No Filter: Weird That Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris Are Also My Better Half But OK

Welcome back to No Filter, a delightful curated spin through the gayest bits of Instagram! I am your host today and I think we are gonna have ourselves a good time!


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very much so on the go

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Would that I oozed this easy breezy vibe while on the go! Usually I have more of a perma-clenched jaw + mumbling to myself vibe when on the go.


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I wasn’t even posing. 📷: @catyezbak

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The grey streak that started a fire in my heart in 2003! It has not gone out!!


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I love these lewks so much I that I about to get VERY indulgent with you, you’ve been warned!


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Such a great show @boss thanks for having me

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I truly think I am sexually attracted to good outerwear.


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💜 @boss 💜

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PERHAPS also effortlessly chic pantsuits?


What a week for suiting, truly.


A legendary throwback gift; I think the poster reallllly makes this for me?


..what else is there to say, that cover says it all!


B L A Z E R


Sometimes you just need a classic bathroom selfie!


Let’s get Lea a Youtube channel right now, please and thank you.


What can I say, I simply love Mommi content!


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Grateful for my baby biceps! Just feeling some extra pride in my body today. A reminder that it’s OK to not feel proud everyday. It’s also OK if you do. Some days, I love my body. Some days, I’m really critical about it and get hung up on all I wish it did or could be. Our relationships to our bodies are complex and ever-changing, and there’s no “right” way to feel about them. Sometimes it’s about small wins or little victories. It’s an ongoing journey that I’m not quite sure has an endpoint. Wherever you are in yours, I hope you know or can remind yourself that it’s valid! Also! I realize that I’m speaking from some positions of privilege: currently able-bodied, I don’t have any chronic illnesses, and my body size is considered more socially “acceptable.” All of these privileges play a huge role in my relationship to my body.

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Honestly this is just so sweet and it made me smile.


Until next week my loves! Be good (or don’t I am not the boss of you!)

Christina Tucker is writer and podcaster living in Philadelphia. Find her on Twitter or Instagram!

Christina has written 59 articles for us.

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