"I’m scared to death of lightnings!… There is a little bit of those nursery rhymes about the rain, I can’t remember the name of the book… I’d catch myself staring at those kids’ books about the sun, the earth … I was also reading ‘Magical Child’ from Joseph (Chilton) Pearce. I was considering planning for a baby. ‘Just my imagination (running away with me)…’ (She mentions the song from ‘The Temptations’). I thought that getting married again would be as scary as the fucking lightning striking me… It’s a song about having a child on your own. It’s about conception. ‘Here Comes the Sun’ (The Beatles) would be my imaginary lullaby."
Madonna talking about the making of Rain

"I’m scared to death of lightnings!… There is a little bit of those nursery rhymes about the rain, I can’t remember the name of the book… I’d catch myself staring at those kids’ books about the sun, the earth … I was also reading ‘Magical Child’ from Joseph (Chilton) Pearce. I was considering planning for a baby. ‘Just my imagination (running away with me)…’ (She mentions the song from ‘The Temptations’). I thought that getting married again would be as scary as the fucking lightning striking me… It’s a song about having a child on your own. It’s about conception. ‘Here Comes the Sun’ (The Beatles) would be my imaginary lullaby."

Madonna talking about the making of Rain

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Rainbow Crosswalks Installed Permanently In Time For World Pride In Canada

A series of crosswalks have been painted in rainbow colours on the streets of Toronto, Canada, in time for World Pride celebrations. And it seems they’re here to stay.

Located at the Church & Alexander and Church & Isabella intersections, the multi-coloured stripes – described as ’a powerful symbol celebrating decades of pride celebrations’ - will become ’permanent additions to the neighbourhood streetscape’… Read more.

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ethiopienne:


No pride for some of us without liberation for all of us. Portrait of Marsha “Pay It no Mind” Johnson, a mother of the trans* and queer liberation movement. She fought at Stonewall and dedicated her life to helping trans* youth, sex workers and poor and incarcerated queers. We honor her legacy by supporting trans women of color to Live + Lead.

art by Micah Bazant

ethiopienne:

No pride for some of us without liberation for all of us. Portrait of Marsha “Pay It no Mind” Johnson, a mother of the trans* and queer liberation movement. She fought at Stonewall and dedicated her life to helping trans* youth, sex workers and poor and incarcerated queers. We honor her legacy by supporting trans women of color to Live + Lead.

art by Micah Bazant