•••🌟who is this? colin moulding or rudolf nureyev?
the two are really identical, but here you see rudolf nureyev, a dancing red star of the 6os and lgbt icon, a truly inspirational figure.
I've never loved the world of dancing - but his beautiful words
opened up my heart to the immense connection he made with what was his truest passion.
though his nature seems kind of erased by the dancing world, starting from his homosexuality.
everywhere it's full of pictures of him dancing with marvelous women, dancing beauties, said pictures being the most indicative of his career.
I don't believe the world of dancing was any open to lgbt culture as dancing probably didn't know how to welcome it in itself.
I would love to see more of the real him, photographs of the man he really was.
he could've danced with all the women in this world - but the world needs to see the lgbt icon into him, because at the moment, the world only has two pictures and the fact he died of aids.
what I'm asking is to is to recognise and bring out more about him as an LGBT icon, because it needs to be recognised.
heterosexualization is the horriblest form of lgbt discrimination.
the later nureyev wrote a magnificent letter to dance - I'll tell you more some about this portrait of sensations another day. 💫thanking andy partridge of xtc for having made me seek for more about him🌟••• #nureyev #noureev #rudolfnureyev #dance #dancing #russian #lgbticon #star #lgbtrecognition #lgbtobscurance #aids #death #unrecognition #lettertodance #laterdays #sensation #body #forgotten #pictures #specialthanks to #andypartridge of #xtc and #colinmoulding who is his #lookalike