50 LGBTQ Quotes About Love For All Types Of Relationships

Love is love, it doesn’t matter who you are or how many people you practice it with.

One thing we all have in common is that we all want to be loved. Whether you are in love with someone of the same gender as you are or not, we all want and desire the same thing which is to be loved. One of the best feelings to not only love someone but have them return the same love back. The worst feeling is being in love with someone who is not giving it back and this goes for all people regardless of their sexual preferences.

The fight to have the same rights as heterosexuals has been a tough one, but the LGBTQ community has been continuing to grow with support over the years, and these LGBT quotes about love prove that all types of relationships and all types of people deserve love.

Love is an intense feeling of deep attraction to someone and it does not have to start with the outside of a person’s appearance. When we close our eyes and imagine being loved or loving someone it doesn’t necessarily have a gender. I’m talking about that intense and impulse feeling that you get when you think about love in general. Love is a wonderful feeling and it does not matter who you love; what matters is that you are giving love but you are also receiving love right back.​

The LGBTQ community has a reputation for having strong emotions and with an intense amount of passion when it relates to love. As a member of the LGBTQ community, we love the idea of spreading love and just like all people, we want to express how deep love for each other without having a judging eye.

Whether you identify as a member of the LGBTQ community or not, just remember to surround yourself with people who love you for who you are. We have heard the term “love is love” so many times and it might sound cliche, but in this crazy thing in life, we have to remember that the most important thing you can give to yourself and the people around you is love. Love is an amazing feeling regardless if it’s loving your partner, your best friend or your parents.

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51 Best Ellen DeGeneres Quotes About Life & Funny Ellen Memes That Teach Us About Compassion

Not only is she funny, but she teaches us every day to be compassionate to the people around us.

Ellen DeGeneres is a comedian, actress, writer, and television host. When it comes to stand-up comedy, Ellen started performing in small clubs. However, in 1981 she became the emcee at Clyde’s Comedy Club. Around that time, she began to go on tours all over the nation, and in 1984, Showtime declared her The Funniest Person In America.

In 1986, Ellen appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. After she performed that set, Carson motioned for her to join him for an on-air interview, which was the first time a female comedian was invited to partake in that. Even though Ellen stopped performing stand-up in 2003, she made her comeback after 15 years by releasing a special to Netflix called Relatable.

Ellen DeGeneres also has a very successful television career. She had her first regular TV role in 1989 on a sitcom called Open House. She also had parts in shows like One Night Stand and Laurie Hill.

In 1994, Ellen DeGeneres starred in the show These Friends of Mine but after a season they changed the name of the show to Ellen. In 1997, “came out” as a lesbian on The Oprah Winfrey Show and thus, her character on Ellen also came out as gay in the sitcom. Ellen then became the first show on prime-time to include an openly gay leading character, however, the show was canceled shortly after in 1998, so DeGeneres began her own talk show called The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2003.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show was incredibly successful, receiving over 20 Daytime Emmy Awards in the first five seasons. The show continues to air daily on NBC.

In 2008, Ellen DeGeneres married actress Portia de Rossi, and in 2009, was a judge on American Idol — but DeGeneres decided to leave the show after just one season because she didn’t enjoy judging the contestants.

She then explored interior design with her show Ellen’s Design Challenge in 2015. In 2017, she hosted Ellen’s Game of Games which featured weird competitions among her audience members.

Along with her television work, Ellen DeGeneres is famous for voice acting the role of Dory in the animated film Finding Nemo in 2003. She then reprised her role in 2016 in the film Finding Dory. …

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40 Best Queer Eye Quotes & Funny Queer Eye Memes About Reinventing Yourself

The Fab Five know how to make you feel beautiful inside and out.

The show Queer Eye For The Straight Guy first aired in the United States on the Bravo network in July of 2003. The show focused on five gay men as they tried to improve the lives of straight men by improving their grooming habits, cultural knowledge, and the way they present themselves to the world. Through the process, the “Fab 5” taught men to confront their insecurities, breakdown gender stereotypes and help them realize their full potential.

The show’s main concept was designed to help normalize and de-stigmatize the gay culture. It was a huge success and ran for five seasons. It won an Emmy in 2004 for an outstanding reality program.

In 2018, Netflix decided to reboot the series, premiering Queer Eye with a whole new cast — Antoni Porowski, food and wine expert, Tan France, fashion expert, Karamo Brown, culture expert, Bobby Berk, design expert, and Jonathan Van Ness, grooming expert.

In the new season, the Fab Five makeover men and women alike, helping change their physical appearance, their living space, their eating habits, and the way they present themselves to the world by making them confront the insecurities that are holding them back.

While the first incarnation of the series was searching for acceptance, this new season is hoping for more inclusion and a general embracing of the gay culture.

The world is slowly changing. Hopefully one day it won’t matter if you’re gay or straight, perhaps it won’t even warrant a discussion. Maybe one day it will be like announcing your hair color. Sadly, the world isn’t there yet, though. So we need to take strides to help it along. That is why shows like Queer Eye are so important.

Here are some of the best Queer Eye quotes from the hit Netflix series, along with some of our favorite funny memes from your favorite men of the Queer Eye cast.

1. Both men and women are gorgeous.

“And, like, whatever role you are whether it’s like moon or sun. Moon being more feminine energy and sun being more masculine. I think there is gorgeous strength to be held in both.” —Jonathan Van Ness

2. It’s okay to be vulnerable.

“​Being vulnerable is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength. It shows you are in tune with yourself, which …

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40 Best Queer Eye Quotes About Reinventing Yourself

The Fab Five know how to make you feel beautiful inside and out.

The show Queer Eye For The Straight Guy first aired in the United States on the Bravo network in July of 2003. The show focused on five gay men as they tried to improve the lives of straight men by improving their grooming habits, cultural knowledge, and the way they present themselves to the world. Through the process, the “Fab 5” taught men to confront their insecurities, breakdown gender stereotypes and help them realize their full potential.

The show’s main concept was designed to help normalize and de-stigmatize the gay culture. It was a huge success and ran for five seasons. It won an Emmy in 2004 for an outstanding reality program.

In 2018, Netflix decided to reboot the series, premiering Queer Eye with a whole new cast — Antoni Porowski, food and wine expert, Tan France, fashion expert, Karamo Brown, culture expert, Bobby Berk, design expert, and Jonathan Van Ness, grooming expert.

In the new season, the Fab Five makeover men and women alike, helping change their physical appearance, their living space, their eating habits, and the way they present themselves to the world by making them confront the insecurities that are holding them back.

While the first incarnation of the series was searching for acceptance, this new season is hoping for more inclusion and a general embracing of the gay culture.

The world is slowly changing. Hopefully one day it won’t matter if you’re gay or straight, perhaps it won’t even warrant a discussion. Maybe one day it will be like announcing your hair color. Sadly, the world isn’t there yet, though. So we need to take strides to help it along. That is why shows like Queer Eye are so important.

Here are some of the best Queer Eye quotes from the hit Netflix series and some of your favorite men of the Queer Eye cast.

1. Both men and women are gorgeous.

“And, like, whatever role you are whether it’s like moon or sun. Moon being more feminine energy and sun being more masculine. I think there is gorgeous strength to be held in both.” —Jonathan Van Ness

2. It’s okay to be vulnerable.

“​Being vulnerable is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength. It shows you are in tune with yourself, which is the sexiest thing to men …

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40 Funny Quotes From ‘Queer Eye’ To Help You Reinvent Yourself & Feel FABulous

The Fab Five know how to make you feel beautiful inside and out.

The show Queer Eye For The Straight Guy first aired in the United States on the Bravo network in July of 2003. The show focused on five gay men as they tried to improve the lives of straight men by improving their grooming habits, cultural knowledge, and the way they present themselves to the world. Through the process, the “Fab 5” taught men to confront their insecurities, breakdown gender stereotypes and help them realize their full potential.

The show’s main concept was designed to help normalize and de-stigmatize the gay culture. It was a huge success and ran for five seasons. It won an Emmy in 2004 for an outstanding reality program.

In 2018, Netflix decided to reboot the series, premiering Queer Eye with a whole new cast — Antoni Porowski, food and wine expert, Tan France, fashion expert, Karamo Brown, culture expert, Bobby Berk, design expert, and Jonathan Van Ness, grooming expert.

In the new season, the Fab Five make over men and women alike, helping change their physical appearance, their living space, their eating habits, and the way they present themselves to the world by making them confront the insecurities that are holding them back.

While the first incarnation of the series was searching for acceptance, this new season is hoping for more inclusion and a general embracing of the gay culture.

The world is slowly changing. Hopefully one day it won’t matter if you’re gay or straight, perhaps it won’t even warrant a discussion. Maybe one day it will be like announcing your hair color. Sadly, the world isn’t there yet, though. So we need to take strides to help it along. That is why shows like Queer Eye are so important.

Here are some of the best Queer Eye quotes from the hit Netflix series, along with some of our favorite funny memes from your favorite men of the Queer Eye cast.

1. Both men and women are gorgeous.

“And, like, whatever role you are whether it’s like moon or sun. Moon being more feminine energy and sun being more masculine. I think there is gorgeous strength to be held in both.” —Jonathan Van Ness

2. It’s okay to be vulnerable.

“​Being vulnerable is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength. It shows you are in tune with yourself, …

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51 Funny Ellen DeGeneres Quotes About Life That Teach Us How To Love Each Other Better

Not only is she funny, but she teaches us every day to be compassionate to the people around us.

Ellen DeGeneres is a comedian, actress, writer, and television host. When it comes to stand-up comedy, Ellen started performing in small clubs. However, in 1981 she became the emcee at Clyde’s Comedy Club. Around that time, she began to go on tours all over the nation, and in 1984, Showtime declared her The Funniest Person In America.

In 1986, Ellen appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. After she performed that set, Carson motioned for her to join him for an on-air interview, which was the first time a female comedian was invited to partake in that. Even though Ellen stopped performing stand-up in 2003, she made her comeback after 15 years by releasing a special to Netflix called Relatable.

Ellen DeGeneres also has a very successful television career. She had her first regular TV role in 1989 on a sitcom called Open House. She also had parts in shows like One Night Stand and Laurie Hill.

In 1994, Ellen DeGeneres starred in the show These Friends of Mine but after a season they changed the name of the show to Ellen. In 1997, “came out” as a lesbian on The Oprah Winfrey Show and thus, her character on Ellen also came out as gay in the sitcom. Ellen then became the first show on prime-time to include an openly gay leading character, however, the show was canceled shortly after in 1998, so DeGeneres began her own talk show called The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2003.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show was incredibly successful, receiving over 20 Daytime Emmy Awards in the first five seasons. The show continues to air daily on NBC.

In 2008, Ellen DeGeneres married actress Portia de Rossi, and in 2009, was a judge on American Idol — but DeGeneres decided to leave the show after just one season because she didn’t enjoy judging the contestants.

She then explored interior design with her show Ellen’s Design Challenge in 2015. In 2017, she hosted Ellen’s Game of Games which featured weird competitions among her audience members.

Along with her television work, Ellen DeGeneres is famous for voice acting the role of Dory in the animated film Finding Nemo in 2003. She then reprised her role in 2016 in the film Finding Dory. …

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