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A teenage secretly scaled New York’s tallest new building — and the photos are incredible

432 Park Avenue, a luxury high-rise condo in New York, isn’t officially open yet, but it’s already had its first unwelcome visitor.

Demid Lebedev, who’s better known as demidism on Instagram to his 11,527 followers, scaled the nearly 1,400-feet high skyscraper last week and boasted about it on the social network. 

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Kid’s got balls.

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Most people aren’t even aware of this one of many lgbtqaips terms or “labels” out there. And I only wear dresses on very special occasions, but other than that, I like to dress exactly how I feel. And like a majority of people, I like to be comfortable and confident. I am more on the masculine side, because like I said, it’s my preferred style when I wake up to get ready most days because I feel more comfortable. It’s just another way to express how I feel as a person as well as an artist. Most people don’t mess with me about it, but little comments here and there only make someone feel more insecure. To all the straight people that never quite understood - it is EXACTLY the same as if you were getting up in the morning and getting dressed the way you like. We don’t question or comment on what you wear just because it’s not “normal”. No I am not trans, nor do I want to be. And sure sometimes I look like a guy, and YES I get mistaken for a guy at least two times a day and everyone stares trying to figure out what I am. Honestly, I don’t even take something staring at me and questioning if I’m a guy as personal as someone discriminating me about how I am dressing or carry myself. All I’m saying is, words can be very hurtful, it doesn’t matter whom they’re coming from. #GayProblems #OkayThatsAll #RantOver #StrightPeopleBeAware #WeAreOnlyBeingOurselves #WhichNotWitch #IDidntWriteIt #KPeace ✌️🌈👫👬👭

end-less-ly-dreaming:

Most people aren’t even aware of this one of many lgbtqaips terms or “labels” out there. And I only wear dresses on very special occasions, but other than that, I like to dress exactly how I feel. And like a majority of people, I like to be comfortable and confident. I am more on the masculine side, because like I said, it’s my preferred style when I wake up to get ready most days because I feel more comfortable. It’s just another way to express how I feel as a person as well as an artist. Most people don’t mess with me about it, but little comments here and there only make someone feel more insecure. To all the straight people that never quite understood - it is EXACTLY the same as if you were getting up in the morning and getting dressed the way you like. We don’t question or comment on what you wear just because it’s not “normal”. No I am not trans, nor do I want to be. And sure sometimes I look like a guy, and YES I get mistaken for a guy at least two times a day and everyone stares trying to figure out what I am. Honestly, I don’t even take something staring at me and questioning if I’m a guy as personal as someone discriminating me about how I am dressing or carry myself. All I’m saying is, words can be very hurtful, it doesn’t matter whom they’re coming from. #GayProblems #OkayThatsAll #RantOver #StrightPeopleBeAware #WeAreOnlyBeingOurselves #WhichNotWitch #IDidntWriteIt #KPeace ✌️🌈👫👬👭