No Filter: Leisha Hailey In Her Dirt Is The Portrait Of a Queer Women in Quarantine.

Happy Wednesday! It’s another week, and another time for more No Filter, you know, the one with all our fave queer celebs and their best Instagram photos? Let’s go!


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I’ve been so busy growing dirt 🌱✖️

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It is here I must admit that my housemate started building us a garden, this is queer women in quarantine.


Literally never in my life have I been “living for German synth” but wow the world is a rich tapestry!


Janelle crushing even a Zoom photo shoot because she can and that is her right.


Perhaps it’s because I grew up in the Hudson Valley, but I have a fondness for tie dye that is making me think this could be a tight weekend project??


It’s just nice to see how beautiful outside is, sometimes.


It’s been over ten years since I started coveting Stacy’s grey streak, it is resplendent!


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Outdoor shower vibes

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….god I love outdoor showers.


I L O V E this photo of Ama, wowowo they look incred.


I am also quite into the cooking they are doing right now for their lover…. *eyes emoji*


Ending this with chicken liver mousse toasts because I love chicken liver mousse!


I think you did great work today, no matter what happened. Be easy on yourselves, okay?

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Christina Tucker

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4 Comments

  1. King Princess with some heckin’ relatable content. Only I’ve been living for an AFAB North Carolinian synth that I know to be enby.

  2. this is maybe just quarantine brain, but that comment at the end made me happy. I also think I did some great work, so thank you!

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