#tbt Winter in Hyde Park ✨ (at Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site)
Sweet Solanah, a blogger I met up with on a recent trip to Oregon.
(from the website above)[The Kim Sisters] were a South Korean trio who had a successful career in America during the 50’s and 60’s. To support their family during the Korean War, they performed songs for American GIs who then spread word of them after returning home. They were signed to a contract and went to the US, eventually performing 22 times on The Ed Sullivan Show.Can I just add how much I love that they were successful Asian-Americans in the mid-20th century? Also I’m glad vintage style inspiration isn’t spared for Asian women!
i watched a video of them recently and i feel like they are a missing piece in POC cabaret history and i’m really excited to learn more about them!
Korean girl group!!
My weird little sister and I. She’s too much!
Hey everybody I’m FINALLY selling my handmade dresses featured in this spread to help fund my move to LA next month!
You can find the listings here:
: * thank u!My friendly love Faith is selling her custom dresses that I always get 500 messages about. go see go see.dresses from my photoshoot for sale
- Books by TWOC
- lunulata asked:Do you know anything about the statistics breaking down gender representation of main characters in young adult novels? I found an article about LGBT novels published in 2013 only and 59% of the main characters of those were cis males, and I was wondering if there was anything that collected stats on genders for ALL YA novels published in the past few years. I'm curious about the overall diversity (or lack thereof) in books. Most things I find are author stats, not protagonists.
Hi! I’m Malinda Lo, co-founder of DiYA, and I’ve been publicly sharing my research about LGBT YA every year for the past few years. Here’s my...