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We love getting to hang out with y’all here, our user agreements can make things really limiting as far as what we can post. Y’all send us some pretty amazing straight up X-rated things! Instagram snaps at us almost daily threatening to kick us off as is. @patreon allows us to have an adults only account. That gives you access to content like this 4 min video from @naturedyke & @velveteenbutch entitled #butchbackmountain. Hot & graphic does not even begin to describe this tender rural queer sex filled love letter of a short film. This will be our first #allaccess #patreon content for cancer season. (fuck the calendar, we’re witches that role with the moon #happyequinox). Link in bio Checkout Arizona’s ETSY https://www.etsy.com/shop/VelveteenButch #fromcourtneytroubletocuntrytrouble #queerappalachia #electricdirt

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naturedyke

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naturedyke

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velveteenbutch

never in my life did i think my queerness and rural past could live in harmony. after years of being bullied for the way i looked, acted, and where i lived, i did everything i could to bury who i was. creating multiple layers of shame in my identity. it wasn't until recently in a desperate attempt to rediscover who i was that i dug my metaphorical (&physical) cowboy boots out of the closet. we need to stop telling queer people that they have to get out of rural areas. This is harmful on multiple levels, especially for folks who can't afford to move. we should be creating safe spaces of community in these areas and visibility for young ones who haven't yet been shamed out of what they love. // thank you @naturedyke for coming on this journey with me. i am forever grateful for your love, support, and gentle help in finding my voice. #butchbackmountain

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naturedyke

Yesterday, my partner Arizona took me to their childhood home in rural PA, empty since their dad died last year. It’s become an increasing theme in my life to recognize and honor the rural parts of myself I’ve tried so hard to hide and destroy. I ran away from it because I didn’t know how to reconcile knowing how unsafe it can be for me and other marginalized people, and how much trauma I’ve connected with it. Though complicated, I also think there is something so magical and sacred about growing up in the country as a queer. Arizona and I spent the day reclaiming and reliving the country in our queer bodies, reimagining a reality that was beautiful and loving and safe. A rural reality that was ours. Making love in the field, laughing and kissing and singing country music. It’s an ongoing practice for queers finding places that feel like home, and feeling at home in a queer body. I hope we can create a world where everyone can feel at home wherever they want to make it. 🎶 Miranda Lambert Model: @velveteenbutch . . . . . #queer #ruralqueers #countryqueers #queerlove #nonbinary #queerart #queerartist #trans #documentary #electricdirt #butchlove #queercowboy #butchbackmountain

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butch tit appreciation post // v excited to do some more work with this series soon⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #photography #queerphotographer #queer #butch #queerart #queerartist #trans #nonbinary #queercowboy #pghartist #pghcreative #butchbackmountain

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high school me is Livid that a big dyke is wearing one of her trophy buckles ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #imissmyquarterhorses!! #butch #queercowboy #queer #queerart #queerartist #nonbinary #trans #photography #pghartist #pghcreative #aqha #aqhaproud #butchbackmountain

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this tractor taught me how to drive, and in return, i'm teaching it how to thirst post ass pics on instagram 🚜🍑⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #tellmeyourfavetractorbrand #butch #queercowboy #queer #queerart #queerartist #nonbinary #trans #photography #pghartist #pghcreative #butchbackmountain

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velveteenbutch

i felt a lot of shame about where i lived growing up. there were no positive representations of families living in trailers. and to my knowledge, there still isn't anything. even though i lived in a poor, rural area, i went to extreme lengths to avoid anyone ever knowing where i lived and sacrificed friendships because of that. i treated my parents poorly because i didn't understand what it means to live in this world while supporting children. I know now that they were trying their best and the ability to have a roof over my head and food to eat is something i should be eternally grateful for. we have to work to break down the stigma of the ways people exist not only in poor, rural areas, but also any other socioeconomically disadvantaged areas. Everyone deserves to feel safe and valid. #butchbackmountain

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