As a Queer Person, The Less I Wear to the Beach, The Better I Feel (via Bustle/)

It’s a clear, bright, sunny day on Vancouver’s Wreck Beach at the edge of the University of British Columbia’s campus. I walk down a steep hill of wooden stairs hidden from coastline by pine foliage. When I reach the bottom, the forest opens into a gorgeous, sandy beach filled with naked bodies of all sizes, shapes and colors, many of which are queer. Here, I immediately feel safe, welcome, and comfortable in my body — but it hasn’t always been this way, and a lot of that has to do with what I was wearing

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