Over the Rainbow, Under the Umbrella

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ETC.: October 11, National Coming Out Day

needykitten:

I’ve been out to my family since March of 2012, and I’ve made so much personal progress since then. Am I out to every single person I’ve ever known? No. But that’s the choice I’m making for my health and safety right now, and in the future, that could change.

I’m surrounded by incredibly…

Happy National Coming Out Day, guys. A breif detail of my story and some thoughts above. Kisses, glitter, and so much love, DJ Broda

Final draft (I think) of the playlist I made for First Year Orientation!

thebigshowinsidemyhead:

floorsleepers:

nobody beats robyn, but my heart melted.

in my quest to find good cover music, this has been one of my favorite discoveries.

i would so stare at the ceiling and play this on repeat.

(via needykitten)

If you don’t think But I’m a Cheerleader (1999) has one of the cutest and most kickass soundtracks ever, I’m not sure if we can be friends.

Moreover, if you haven’t seen the film, you need to as soon as possible—it’s a landmark queer flick!

-Sam

 
couldyounotrightnow:

#feminism

floorsleepers:

realkekepalmer:

I’m starring as Chilli in the VH1 movie “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story”. Premieres October 21, 2013 on VH1.

Duuuuuude. YES.

Are y’all as enthused about this as I am? You should be!

Britain Legalizes Gay Marriage as Queen Elizabeth II Gives Royal Approval

Check it out, guys!

thebigshowinsidemyhead:

This song is ridiculously catchy. It gives me a vibe that’s simultaneously reminiscent of Capital Cities “Safe and Sound" if it was crossbred with the feel-good appeal of a boy band. Basically, it’s fantastic, and you should give it a listen.

Looking through indie songs today and I discovered this gem. Couldn’t help but start dancing in my seat.

Happy Tuesday!

Kisses, love, and glitter,

DJ Broda

(via needykitten)

This is the song that I really felt started the whole Glee phenomenon. I thought it was the first song where the viewers watched the original group begin to see their star potential.

As the fitting expression I’ve seen going around the interwebs today read:

"[Cory Monteith] didn’t die, he took the midnight train going anywhere."

-DJ Broda

(Source: Spotify)

This is one of my favorite Glee performances— a duet between Cory and Darren.

(Source: Spotify)

(Source: Spotify)