Football Nostalgia. Legends. Del Piero and Zidane.
Did you know cats are natural-born goalkeepers?
Well… maybe not all cats. But you can’t deny that this guy has skills!
Fariytale Dreamcasts: Tika Sumpter as Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
“The evening star is shinin’ bright. So make a wish and hold on tight. There’s magic in the air tonight, and anything can happen.”
Male…female…what’s the difference? Gaming is beautiful, and I’ve got the gaming fever.
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How NOT to kick a soccer ball
It’s your civic duty!
Girls That Like Soccer 😘💕💓Uff^.<3 #Soccer #Girls #Uff #Love #Play #Sport #<3
Just found this fantastic article talking about intersex issues! Claudia’s writing is extremely compelling, and really gives us some things to think about. I think a lot of the experiences she had described in this article would resonate with the experiences of many LGBTQA individuals as well.
As “intersex” is discussed in the LGBTQA community even less than asexuality and trans* identities, and since I know there are varying degrees of agreement and disagreement from intersex persons about including them in the LGBTQA movement, this passage was especially interesting:
Intersex is now being included in the LGBT acronym, in adding the “I.” Not all intersex people are comfortable with this, and many of the same arguments that were used before including trans* individuals are now used for intersex: that intersex isn’t a sexual orientation or a gender identity. That not all intersex people feel queer in L, G, B, or other ways, and don’t want to be affiliated with the queer community. Not all intersex people want to publicly acknowledge their intersex, or don’t identify as intersex, because intersex people are already normal just as we are. More intersex activists are now opting for intersex inclusion in LGBTI, however, because our broad goals are in line with those of other queer movements: treat us as equals and accept our autonomy, regardless of our sex and gender identities and what we choose to do with our bodies. Look at us, know that we’re real and we’re visible if you open your eyes and your mind, and know in your heart that what’s happening to us is bullshit.
Thanks again to everyone that has supported us so far! In just one week, we’ve reached 47% of our funding goal!Based on feedback from our supporters, we would like to introduce a couple of stretch goals that we think will make the SOCCKET even better.Stretch Goal 1 - $100,000If we are able to reach $100,000 before our deadline, we will offer a energy-tracking device so you can see how much power you generate as you play with your SOCCKET.Stretch Goal 2 - $150,000If we are able to reach $150,000 before the project deadline, we will offer an emergency cell phone charger that can connect to your SOCCKET.
Let’s keep the momentum going and together we will play for power!