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"You can count your karma if Nirvana is your goal.
You can shake and you can rattle.
You can rock and roll.
You can be a Clark Kent or a Lois, or an Alice down a hole.
You can be a vampire on a mountain with a heart of stone black coal.
You can be a leather angel on a sleek, black Harley bike,
Or a redhead screaming faggot or a dazzling dyke.
You can lock yourself in a closet in a fine mink stole.
But it doesn’t really matter if you ain’t got soul.” – Marsha P. Johnson
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Picture: Marsha P. Johnson, Christopher Street Liberation Day, New York City, June 30, 1974. Photo c/o Reel In The Closet. #lgbthistory #HavePrideInHistory #Resist #PayItNoMind #Saturday

25 yrs ago today, Marsha P Johnson's body was pulled from the Hudson River. while her death was ruled a suicide, many of the people close to Marsha disagreed with this, and highly suspected that she was murdered by homophobes. we remember you today! #payitnomind

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the one and only #marshapjohnson #payitnomind

Happy 72nd birthday to Marsha P. Johnson, the Saint of Christopher Street #payitnomind

(just my thoughts) I LOVE this women— FOREVER. Creative art will continually be there and made, but by she being on this earth and fighting THE fight, I was given an artistic voice. Thank you, #marshapjohnson. FOREVER. You will never be forgotten. #PayItNoMind

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“The people get lost in the telling of the story...there was a riot, and this is what happened. They don’t really get into the individual people who were more than the Stonewall Riot. And these were people that were bigger than life, that walked the streets here.” – Danny Garvin
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Picture: Marsha P. Johnson (August 24, 1945 – July 6, 1992), New York City, c. 1989. Photo c/o Randy Wicker. [TW]
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Marsha P. Johnson, whose body was found twenty-five years ago today, was one of the parents of the queer liberation movement.
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She was, among other things, part of the Stonewall Riots, a founding member of the Gay Liberation Front and Gay Activists Alliance, and a co-founder (with Sylvia Rivera) of the Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries, the first organization dedicated to assisting homeless drag queens, trans women, and survival workers.
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While the story of Johnson throwing "the first" brick or shotglass at Stonewall oversimplifies the events that triggered the riots, she was on the front lines of the queer liberation movement from the outset (to be clear: the treatment by police of drag queens and trans women played a large part in starting the riots, and Johnson was there for much of the most intense fighting).
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Even in the face of constant attempts to exclude the trans community from the movement, Johnson remained a symbol of her community's courage, kindness, and overwhelming resolve.
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Johnson, who was a survival worker for much of her life, dealt with mental health issues, and was prone to bouts of great anger; she was not, however, known to be depressive or suicidal.
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On July 6, 1992, days after New York's Pride ended, Johnson's body was pulled from the Hudson River near Christopher Street; she was forty-six.
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Despite friends telling police that Johnson had been facing increasing harassment, and that she had been missing for days, her death was ruled a suicide; in 2002, police ruled there was, in fact, not enough information to call the death a suicide, instead classifying it as “undetermined.”
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In December 2012, her case was officially reopened. #Resist #TransLivesMatter #MarshaPJohnson #PayItNoMind

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"You can count your karma if Nirvana is your goal.
You can shake and you can rattle.
You can rock and roll.
You can be a Clark Kent or a Lois, or an Alice down a hole.
You can be a vampire on a mountain with a heart of stone black coal.
You can be a leather angel on a sleek, black Harley bike,
Or a redhead screaming faggot or a dazzling dyke.
You can lock yourself in a closet in a fine mink stole.
But it doesn’t really matter if you ain’t got soul.” – Marsha P. Johnson
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Picture: Marsha P. Johnson, Christopher Street Liberation Day, New York City, June 30, 1974. Photo c/o Reel In The Closet. #lgbthistory #HavePrideInHistory #Resist #PayItNoMind #Saturday

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"You can count your karma if Nirvana is your goal.
You can shake and you can rattle.
You can rock and roll.
You can be a Clark Kent or a Lois, or an Alice down a hole.
You can be a vampire on a mountain with a heart of stone black coal.
You can be a leather angel on a sleek, black Harley bike,
Or a redhead screaming faggot or a dazzling dyke.
You can lock yourself in a closet in a fine mink stole.
But it doesn’t really matter if you ain’t got soul.” – Marsha P. Johnson
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Picture: Marsha P. Johnson, Christopher Street Liberation Day, New York City, June 30, 1974. Photo c/o Reel In The Closet. #lgbthistory #HavePrideInHistory #Resist #PayItNoMind #Saturday

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You can shake and you can rattle.
You can rock and roll.
You can be a Clark Kent or a Lois, or an Alice down a hole.
You can be a vampire on a mountain with a heart of stone black coal.
You can be a leather angel on a sleek, black Harley bike,
Or a redhead screaming faggot or a dazzling dyke.
You can lock yourself in a closet in a fine mink stole.
But it doesn’t really matter if you ain’t got soul.” – Marsha P. Johnson
.
Picture: Marsha P. Johnson, Christopher Street Liberation Day, New York City, June 30, 1974. Photo c/o Reel In The Closet. #lgbthistory #HavePrideInHistory #Resist #PayItNoMind #Saturday

"You can count your karma if Nirvana is your goal.
You can shake and you can rattle.
You can rock and roll.
You can be a Clark Kent or a Lois, or an Alice down a hole.
You can be a vampire on a mountain with a heart of stone black coal.
You can be a leather angel on a sleek, black Harley bike,
Or a redhead screaming faggot or a dazzling dyke.
You can lock yourself in a closet in a fine mink stole.
But it doesn’t really matter if you ain’t got soul.” – Marsha P. Johnson
.
Picture: Marsha P. Johnson, Christopher Street Liberation Day, New York City, June 30, 1974. Photo c/o Reel In The Closet. #lgbthistory #HavePrideInHistory #Resist #PayItNoMind #Saturday

you know best, don't forget it. #payitnomind #transisbeautiful

No Pride for some of us without Liberation for all of us.. #PayItNoMind #Stonewall #Netflix #Documentary 🎥

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It's really that simple! Apply this to your life, and watch how powerless the bullshit becomes.
#PayItNoMind
#ThePowerWentOut

the one and only #marshapjohnson #payitnomind

remembering history today x Marsha P Johnson #payitnomind #lgbtiq

LEAN LOW + DJ DUBPLATES - PAY IT NO MIND - a new mixtape of Memphis rap inspired beats coming very soon. Alongside the tape will be a new merch drop plus parties in London + LA to celebrate 🌊🌊🌊 #leanlow #djdubplates #payitnomind #badtaste #crownroyal

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