They’re here, they’re out, and they’re prettier than you and everyone you know. Gayish girl models are super hot but also super annoying in the vein of all models. Where once there was a dearth of gay girls making money off looking damn fine, now girl loving models sprinkle the internet landscape like glorious glitter. Here is, in no particular order, The Top 20 Queer Models of 2014… Part deux.
They’re here, they’re out, and they’re prettier than you and everyone you know. Gayish girl models are super hot but also super annoying in the vein of all models.
Where once there was a dearth of gay girls making money off looking damn fine, now girl loving models sprinkle the internet landscape like glorious glitter.
Gender-bending model, DJ, actress and all around gorgeous personality Ruby Rose has created a rad new short film about transcending boundaries of femininity, masculinity, and the areas in between. No one knows this better than Ruby, who has been presented as high femme in modeling campaigns or on television but also enjoys to dress in tomboyish androgynous gear, all while fans feel free to tell her what they prefer. (Read her social media if you want a taste!) But it’s her ability to immerse fully into the very different presentations that makes her so good at what she does, and able to comment successfully without saying a word.
It’s a tad NSFW unless your work is A OK with dildos!
Today this was my gift to the world.
Chloe chatted with some of our favorite celebs as they came out to support the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center.
Tonight at The Grind I was like ‘oh that blonde girl in a beanie is cute’ and my friend was like ‘that’s Ruby Rose’s girlfriend’ and I was like ‘whoa how do you know’ and my friend responded ‘because she’s dancing with Ruby Rose’ and then I realized why those two girls in black beanies were insanely hot.
It’s actually kind of disappointing. I want insanely hot girls in black beanies to not be famous so we can hang out. More hot non-famous lesbians in LA please. With jobs.
DJs are the new rockstars, according to DJs. With EDM and Dubstep influences infiltrating virtually all popular music genres (indie/hip-hop/pop) and molly in abundant supply, there’s nothing my generation enjoys more than kicking back at a good old fashioned rave—or the closest available substitute. We spend most of our time on the computer, so we’ve enthusiastically embraced computer-generated music as an alternative to learning an instrument, which takes, like, forever.Like all musicians, DJs can good, bad, epic, tragic, and anywhere in between.