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This is a photo blog that is dedicated to posting asian hotties! Why? Cos there ain't enough love of the Queer Asian Woman*!
We also post bits and pieces about queer and race stuff for interest, but these are not exclusive to 'asian dykeness'.

*and gender variant people

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WE’VE BEEN ON HIATUS FOR THE PAST FEW MONTHS, BUT GREAT NEWS: WE’RE BACK AND READY TO BLAST YOUR DASHBOARDS WITH PICTURES OF THE HOTTEST QUEER ASIANS TUMBLR HAS TO OFFER!!!! 
So now’s the time to get ABSOFUCKINGLUTELY EXCITED to submit your hot dykey selfies!!!!
I’m SO FUCKING EXCITED to be BACK!!!! I’m about to wet myself, I’m so excited!!!@$#$%@#!!!$Q!! BRING ON THE HOTMESSES!!!!
FYAD xoxo

WE’VE BEEN ON HIATUS FOR THE PAST FEW MONTHS, BUT GREAT NEWS: WE’RE BACK AND READY TO BLAST YOUR DASHBOARDS WITH PICTURES OF THE HOTTEST QUEER ASIANS TUMBLR HAS TO OFFER!!!! 

So now’s the time to get ABSOFUCKINGLUTELY EXCITED to submit your hot dykey selfies!!!!

I’m SO FUCKING EXCITED to be BACK!!!! I’m about to wet myself, I’m so excited!!!@$#$%@#!!!$Q!! BRING ON THE HOTMESSES!!!!

FYAD xoxo

— 4 hours ago with 3 notes
WHAT: Queer Rebels (SF Bay) at MIX NYCAfro-Asian Visions: Exploding Lineage II!

WHEN: Wed - Nov 13 - 7:30 PMQPOC EXPERIMENTAL FILMS! What histories do we inherit, and what do we need to create? Queer Rebels is thrilled to return after our 2012 MIX NYC debut. Afrofuturism. The Asian avant-garde. Genderqueer love. Anarchy. Ancestral trauma. These films reflect the past and imagine our collective future.
FILMS by (in order of appearance): KB Boyce, Elitrea Frye, Erica Cho, Leeroy Kun Young Kang, Vũ T. Thu Hà, Naima Lowe, Laura Kim, Celeste Chan, Vanessa Huang, Gary Fembot Gregerson, Brontez Purnell, Jerry Lee Abram, M. Lamar, Stephen Winter, Anna Luisa Jeepneys, Miki Yamada Foster, Yvette Choy, and Việt Lê.

WHERE:Wed - Nov 13 - 7:30 PMThe MIX Factory521 3rd AveBrooklyn, NY 11215TICKETS: $13: http://www.mixnyc.org/26/programs/?item=program-101The 26th MIX Festival will be from November 12-17, 2013ABOUT THE CURATOR(S): Queer Rebels Productions (QRP) showcases queer artists of color, connects generations, and honors our histories with art for the future. Queer Rebels is led by K.B. Boyce and Celeste Chan. www.queerrebels.comABOUT THE FESTIVAL: At MIX 26, we are proud to present the latest in queer experimental film and previously unseen works from legendary lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and other queer-identified figures in avant-garde cinema. www.mixnyc.org

IMAGE: Marvelous Miramol by Laura Kim.

WHAT: Queer Rebels (SF Bay) at MIX NYC
Afro-Asian Visions: Exploding Lineage II!

WHEN: Wed - Nov 13 - 7:30 PM

QPOC EXPERIMENTAL FILMS! What histories do we inherit, and what do we need to create? Queer Rebels is thrilled to return after our 2012 MIX NYC debut. Afrofuturism. The Asian avant-garde. Genderqueer love. Anarchy. Ancestral trauma. These films reflect the past and imagine our collective future.


FILMS by (in order of appearance): KB Boyce, Elitrea Frye, Erica Cho, Leeroy Kun Young Kang, Vũ T. Thu Hà, Naima Lowe, Laura Kim, Celeste Chan, Vanessa Huang, Gary Fembot Gregerson, Brontez Purnell, Jerry Lee Abram, M. Lamar, Stephen Winter, Anna Luisa Jeepneys, Miki Yamada Foster, Yvette Choy, and Việt Lê.

WHERE:
Wed - Nov 13 - 7:30 PM
The MIX Factory
521 3rd Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215

TICKETS: $13: http://www.mixnyc.org/26/programs/?item=program-101
The 26th MIX Festival will be from November 12-17, 2013

ABOUT THE CURATOR(S): Queer Rebels Productions (QRP) showcases queer artists of color, connects generations, and honors our histories with art for the future. Queer Rebels is led by K.B. Boyce and Celeste Chan. www.queerrebels.com

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: At MIX 26, we are proud to present the latest in queer experimental film and previously unseen works from legendary lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and other queer-identified figures in avant-garde cinema. www.mixnyc.org

IMAGE: Marvelous Miramol by Laura Kim.

— 6 hours ago with 3 notes
#fuck society's notion of hotness  #i'm smoking hot  #i'm a queer asian and i like it  #gaysians do it better  #not the token gaysian  #i love FYAD!  #qpoc  #submission 
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Good evening ladies! My name is Joanna and this will be my first year participating in Relay For Life. Both of my grandparents from my dad’s side of the family passed away because of cancer. As more and more people come closer into contact with this disease, I hope to help the community raise more awareness and fund research for a possible cure in the future. I will be walking in April with my university’s organization, Rho Chi. Please click this link and donate to an excellent cause. I appreciate the help and I can promote you if you wish. This link will take you to my page where you can donate any desired amount. Every dollar counts. Simply click the orange button “Donate Now” and fill out the donation form. All the money you donate under my page goes directly to the American Cancer Society. After you’re done, message me here and tell me what your name is. As for those who are participating in Relay For Life, feel free to share your stories with me and enjoy your event! :)

— 6 hours ago
#fuck society's notion of hotness  #i'm smoking hot  #i'm a queer asian and i like it  #gaysians do it better  #not the token gaysian  #i love FYAD!  #qpoc  #submission 
Hey my name is Keyma 24 years old. I’m a sweetheart with a mean streak, i can make laugh and sometimes i can make you wanna punch me in the face. But, hey i’m not perfect. i have a sense of humor and i h a sarcastic personality uptight people can’t handle what comes out of my mouth. Right, now i’m looking for friends maybe even more. Get to know me i don’t bite. (; Follow and I will follow back.
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Half asian btw. (:

Hey my name is Keyma 24 years old. I’m a sweetheart with a mean streak, i can make laugh and sometimes i can make you wanna punch me in the face. But, hey i’m not perfect. i have a sense of humor and i h a sarcastic personality uptight people can’t handle what comes out of my mouth. Right, now i’m looking for friends maybe even more. Get to know me i don’t bite. (; Follow and I will follow back.

love-ispatient831.tumblr.com

Half asian btw. (:

— 5 months ago with 6 notes
#fuck society's notion of hotness  #i'm smoking hot  #i'm a queer asian and i like it  #gaysians do it better  #submission 
Meet Celeste Chan

The out feminist artist on co-founding Queer Rebels Productions and representing queers of color in the arts.

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Feeling there was a strong need for queer artists of color to come out on stage and shine their talent Celeste Chan and KB Boyce founded Queer Rebels Productions based in San Francisco in late 2008. Thier goal: to showcase queer artists of color, connect generations, and honor histories with art for the future. Chan and Boyce delve in to the deeper understanding of art and history and put them together to create incredible projects and shows for the community and beyond to further advocate for LGBT equality. 

Before developing their production agency, Chan was studying International Feminism and video production at Evergreen State College. Later, she got involved in community-based work in the Bay Area working with Incite: Women of Color Against Violence (Oakland, Calif), Shifting Narratives Film Collective (San Francisco) and the Femme Conference (National). Boyce on the other hand is a two spirit musician developing a solo act called TuffNStuff: The Lasta Dela Drag. Boyce served on the Trans March steering committee and co produced the Radical Performance Fest. Chan and Boyce both curate and they always scout talent and reach out to queer artists of color. This past year, they ran their first open call for submissions to Exploding Lineage: Queer of Color Experimental Films. Chan tells us how Queer Rebels came be.

What inspired you and KB Boyce to found Queer Rebel Productions? Queer Rebels emerged from KB Boyce’s performances as TuffNStuff, a cross-dressing musician. We both saw a need to create dedicated space for queer artists of color. As James Baldwin said,“the place in which I’ll fit will not exist until I make it.” No one was going to do it for us. We had to do it for ourselves. We approached the Queer Cultural Center, and they let us produce Queer Rebels of the Harlem Renaissance for the National Queer Arts Festival. The result was a standing-room only, enthusiastic evening. We couldn’t leave it at just one event. We honor elder generations, those who paved the way for our creative, sexual, and intellectual freedom today. We want to break down doors for queer artists of color now, to amplify our collective voices and visions, to create a loving community, to change what we even think is possible.  
How do you advocate for LGBT equality? We advocate through art. From the poets of Angel Island to Transatlantic spirituals, art has long been a tool for resistance in communities of color. For us, this work shines a light on our collective histories so that we may transform the future. It is queer cultural reclamation. We do this to energize our community through the arts, to create our own culture, and to inspire hope. We want to build something for generations to come. Something that goes much farther than us. Amidst so many tragedies, and racist realities, we can create the world anew.

Why the name ‘Queer Rebels’? We are riotously gay—from KB’s teenage punk rock days in ’80s N.Y.C. to Celeste’s post-riot grrrl/Olympia days. We call ourselves Queer Rebels because queer of color art is urgent, because we are outsiders, because we will not let our histories be whitewashed and erased.We are powerful together. We pay homage to our ancestors and march boldly into the future, with aesthetic, experimental, joyful, liberatory zeal!

What are some future projects that we can expect from you and Queer Rebels? Look out for…Exploding Lineage! Queer of color experimental films (coming to MIX NYC this Nov); SPIRIT: A Century of Queer Asian Activism; and Queer Rebels of the Harlem Renaissance. We also have smaller salon shows in the works. We want to tour! Please bring us to your town! 

Individually, Chan is working on a new film and Boyce will be releasing a new CD with her Queer/Trans of color indie band, the Go2’s! QueerRebels.com and CelesteChan.com

Meet Celeste Chan

The out feminist artist on co-founding Queer Rebels Productions and representing queers of color in the arts.

Meet Celeste Chan

Feeling there was a strong need for queer artists of color to come out on stage and shine their talent Celeste Chan and KB Boyce founded Queer Rebels Productions based in San Francisco in late 2008. Thier goal: to showcase queer artists of color, connect generations, and honor histories with art for the future. Chan and Boyce delve in to the deeper understanding of art and history and put them together to create incredible projects and shows for the community and beyond to further advocate for LGBT equality. 

Before developing their production agency, Chan was studying International Feminism and video production at Evergreen State College. Later, she got involved in community-based work in the Bay Area working with Incite: Women of Color Against Violence (Oakland, Calif), Shifting Narratives Film Collective (San Francisco) and the Femme Conference (National). Boyce on the other hand is a two spirit musician developing a solo act called TuffNStuff: The Lasta Dela Drag. Boyce served on the Trans March steering committee and co produced the Radical Performance Fest. Chan and Boyce both curate and they always scout talent and reach out to queer artists of color. This past year, they ran their first open call for submissions to Exploding Lineage: Queer of Color Experimental Films. Chan tells us how Queer Rebels came be.

What inspired you and KB Boyce to found Queer Rebel Productions?
Queer Rebels emerged from KB Boyce’s performances as TuffNStuff, a cross-dressing musician. We both saw a need to create dedicated space for queer artists of color. As James Baldwin said,“the place in which I’ll fit will not exist until I make it.” No one was going to do it for us. We had to do it for ourselves. We approached the Queer Cultural Center, and they let us produce Queer Rebels of the Harlem Renaissance for the National Queer Arts Festival. The result was a standing-room only, enthusiastic evening. We couldn’t leave it at just one event. We honor elder generations, those who paved the way for our creative, sexual, and intellectual freedom today. We want to break down doors for queer artists of color now, to amplify our collective voices and visions, to create a loving community, to change what we even think is possible.  

How do you advocate for LGBT equality?
We advocate through art. From the poets of Angel Island to Transatlantic spirituals, art has long been a tool for resistance in communities of color. For us, this work shines a light on our collective histories so that we may transform the future. It is queer cultural reclamation. We do this to energize our community through the arts, to create our own culture, and to inspire hope. We want to build something for generations to come. Something that goes much farther than us. Amidst so many tragedies, and racist realities, we can create the world anew.

Why the name ‘Queer Rebels’?
We are riotously gay—from KB’s teenage punk rock days in ’80s N.Y.C. to Celeste’s post-riot grrrl/Olympia days. We call ourselves Queer Rebels because queer of color art is urgent, because we are outsiders, because we will not let our histories be whitewashed and erased.We are powerful together. We pay homage to our ancestors and march boldly into the future, with aesthetic, experimental, joyful, liberatory zeal!

What are some future projects that we can expect from you and Queer Rebels?
Look out for…Exploding Lineage! Queer of color experimental films (coming to MIX NYC this Nov); SPIRIT: A Century of Queer Asian Activism; and Queer Rebels of the Harlem Renaissance. We also have smaller salon shows in the works. We want to tour! Please bring us to your town! 

Individually, Chan is working on a new film and Boyce will be releasing a new CD with her Queer/Trans of color indie band, the Go2’s! QueerRebels.com and CelesteChan.com

— 5 months ago with 37 notes
#fuck society's notion of hotness  #i'm smoking hot  #i'm a queer asian and i like it  #gaysians do it better  #not the token gaysian  #i love FYAD!  #qpoc  #submission 
Bored at the Hotel. Come talk to me :) http://undefinedsight.tumblr.com/ask

Bored at the Hotel. Come talk to me :) http://undefinedsight.tumblr.com/ask

— 5 months ago with 7 notes