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crazyintheeast:

tonyfreakingsawicki:

if u dont watch orphan black what are we supposed to talk about??? the weather?? nah

Hey that cloud kind looks like Evelyne Brochu’s hair don’t you think?

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tonyswicki:

You look at me, and you can’t see me. Have you any idea what that’s like? Please, just see me.
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heythisiswherewefirstmet:

salex appreciation weekday six: favorite affectionate moments
       →  hugs & hand holding

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"byeeeeeeeeeeeeee"

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cloneinstitute:

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Tatiana Maslany’s birthday is September 22 and Jordan Gavaris’s birthday is September 25. So, I thought it would be a wonderful gift from Clone Club to donate to The Trevor Project in their name as a thank you to them for portraying LGBTQ characters on Orphan Black.

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Why thank them for portraying LGBTQ characters?

Well, I’ve seen many posts on Tumblr from fans stating how Tatiana and Jordan have affected and changed their lives, making them feel more comfortable about themselves and saving their lives.

Here are just a few posts from Clone Clubbers:

"I never knew I needed a safe place to be all of me, until Orphan Black (the show and the fan base) gave me that. And I think a lot of other trans men feel the same way. We didn’t know we needed a place to belong, where our stories matter, until we were gifted one. And for that I am forever grateful, and so inspired. "

- geekdawson (find post here

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"I’ve never seen two people of the same gender kiss here or anywhere except on television. I came out when I was in high school and it didn’t go well at all. Orphan Black was a rabbit hole, a window into the world I dreamed of when mine was out for blood. Thank you for letting me see that world. Thank you for the visibility, these windows. You generally saved my life." 

- eorroxsox (find post here)

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"So I know that Tony was important, like known it and preached it, but it wasn’t until I was watching Orphan Black with my mother and could see her reacting to Tony for the first time that it really hit me how important this character is.  Not only is he offering representation that we rarely see, but I had the chance to see one individual’s whole perception of a minority group shift today…I will forever be grateful to Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, and Orphan Black for the opportunity to reclaim this relationship."

- her-insect-reflection (find post here)

I feel it’s important that together as Clone Club we raise awareness to The Trevor Project, a national organization providing suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth in crisis. The Trevor Project serves more than 100,000 LGBTQ youth every year with their life-saving programs that include the Trevor Lifeline, TrevorChat, Ask Trevor and TrevorSpace.

The need for Trevor is very real – lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and anything in between are more than 4X more likely than their straight peers to attempt suicide, and youth who are questioning their sexual orientation are 3X more likely. For youth between the ages of 10 and 24, suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death nationwide.    

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A fan thanking Tatiana and Jordan at San Diego Comic Con 2014. (x)

DONATE HERE: https://www.stayclassy.org/TatJorBday

Donate $1, $5, $20 or more! Anything you can really. It’s okay if you’re unable to donate! You can help by spreading the word by reblogging this Tumblr post or by sending this page to many social media outlets! Let’s show Tatiana and Jordan how thankful we are that they are portraying these characters and help out our fellow Clone Clubbers and Clonesbians.

On another note, would love to thank Évelyne Brochu for her portrayal as Delphine who is bisexual. I will set up a fundraising page for her closer to her birthday to show Clone Club’s support!

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If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. My links are below! Thanks! 

- Theressa :D

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cloneinstitute:

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Tatiana Maslany’s birthday is September 22 and Jordan Gavaris’s birthday is September 25. So, I thought it would be a wonderful gift from Clone Club to donate to The Trevor Project in their name as a thank you to them for portraying LGBTQ characters on Orphan Black.

image

Why thank them for portraying LGBTQ characters?

Well, I’ve seen many posts on Tumblr from fans stating how Tatiana and Jordan have affected and changed their lives, making them feel more comfortable about themselves and saving their lives.

Here are just a few posts from Clone Clubbers:

"I never knew I needed a safe place to be all of me, until Orphan Black (the show and the fan base) gave me that. And I think a lot of other trans men feel the same way. We didn’t know we needed a place to belong, where our stories matter, until we were gifted one. And for that I am forever grateful, and so inspired. "

- geekdawson (find post here

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"I’ve never seen two people of the same gender kiss here or anywhere except on television. I came out when I was in high school and it didn’t go well at all. Orphan Black was a rabbit hole, a window into the world I dreamed of when mine was out for blood. Thank you for letting me see that world. Thank you for the visibility, these windows. You generally saved my life." 

- eorroxsox (find post here)

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"So I know that Tony was important, like known it and preached it, but it wasn’t until I was watching Orphan Black with my mother and could see her reacting to Tony for the first time that it really hit me how important this character is.  Not only is he offering representation that we rarely see, but I had the chance to see one individual’s whole perception of a minority group shift today…I will forever be grateful to Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, and Orphan Black for the opportunity to reclaim this relationship."

- her-insect-reflection (find post here)

I feel it’s important that together as Clone Club we raise awareness to The Trevor Project, a national organization providing suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth in crisis. The Trevor Project serves more than 100,000 LGBTQ youth every year with their life-saving programs that include the Trevor Lifeline, TrevorChat, Ask Trevor and TrevorSpace.

The need for Trevor is very real – lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and anything in between are more than 4X more likely than their straight peers to attempt suicide, and youth who are questioning their sexual orientation are 3X more likely. For youth between the ages of 10 and 24, suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death nationwide.    

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A fan thanking Tatiana and Jordan at San Diego Comic Con 2014. (x)

DONATE HERE: https://www.stayclassy.org/TatJorBday

Donate $1, $5, $20 or more! Anything you can really. It’s okay if you’re unable to donate! You can help by spreading the word by reblogging this Tumblr post or by sending this page to many social media outlets! Let’s show Tatiana and Jordan how thankful we are that they are portraying these characters and help out our fellow Clone Clubbers and Clonesbians.

On another note, would love to thank Évelyne Brochu for her portrayal as Delphine who is bisexual. I will set up a fundraising page for her closer to her birthday to show Clone Club’s support!

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If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. My links are below! Thanks! 

- Theressa :D

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tonic-in-the-rain:

doebabe:

the more you look at this gif the more it moves


Pretty sure this is my kind of party.

tonic-in-the-rain:

doebabe:

the more you look at this gif the more it moves

Pretty sure this is my kind of party.

nothingeverlost:

dooweeooh:

SYLVESTER CAREFUL

OMG Syl

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Being in an industry that is so male focused have you ever experienced any struggles with sexism in forms of interviews? And if you have, how have you adjusted to that? (x)

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paintdoktahwho:

11th doctor: haha…. got u good…. *dies*

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