Sometimes we like to join in during our dog’s bathtime. Queer people like to be clean too :)
See sometimes, very rarely, queers put on top hats and sing in bands.
Occasionally the queer becomes best friends with the band members and decides to record a single and become famous.
Keep and eye out for an Australian band called Vashda Nerada on iTunes and the radio.
Sometimes, we’re forced to take pictures by our mothers at Thanksgiving and make sure we kiss in them.
Sometimes we like to dress up fancy because, let’s face it, who doesn’t like to wear ties?
Sometimes queer people drink soda and get excited about it!
Some queer people go to China and ride in stone turtle races! (They last for a very long time.)
Some queer people have dogs, and walk them all dressed up for Easter Mass. (Some queer people have extremely cute, not terribly clever dogs.)
Oh look! A queer person in her natural environment. Watch as she knits- it’s a common activity for the homo queeriensis at rest.
I’ve submitted before, but here I am again, rock climbing in Port Elliot, South Australia. :)
Sometimes I climb trees and squat in them looking anxious and pensive. Thanks to my ally friend Jeff for taking this photo.
Even characters in plays can be queer. (But sometimes, it’s just because the costume department is having pants trouble.)
Here I am disregarding a sign the same way I disregard heteronormativity and gender norms. It’s really not much of a lawn; I’m not sure why they want to keep people off of it.