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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF THESEBASTIANCASTRO
16.0% of thesebastiancastro's followers are female and 84.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.00%. The average number of likes per post is 4767 and the average number of comments is 52.
Thesebastiancastro loves posting about Actors, Travel, Photography, Fashion.
Check thesebastiancastro's audience demography. This analytics report shows thesebastiancastro's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR THESEBASTIANCASTRO
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF THESEBASTIANCASTRO
- Beauty & Fashion 75.42 %
- Travel & Tourism 62.32 %
- Movies and TV 58.74 %
- Photography 49.54 %
- Fitness & Yoga 45.72 %
- Art & Design 37.51 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 34.04 %
- Sports 33.74 %
- Business & Careers 32.44 %
- Books and Literature 32.26 %
- Luxury Goods 31.39 %
- Music 31.34 %
- Entertainment 31.33 %
Happy to announce we have a new listing coming soon, a cute home in Johns Creek. Looking forward to working on this one. @TimHur7 @AtlantaHelen
Georgia, Early voting’s officially here. Bring a book or a snack. Sharon Spring’s Polling Location in Cumming, GA had 2hr long lines today. #vote
I just sold my first home!! 😊 With everything that’s going on in the world, it’s just nice to have a reason to smile. Pizza’s on me tonight hehe 🍕
Whose ready to go camping?
Hey y’all, I’m happy to announce your boy is now officially a real estate agent. Just passed my state exam here in Georgia. I needed something to do while sheltering in place here in the US, and this is it. Y’all pretend confetti just fell from the ceiling for maximum impact. hehe 🎉
Find you a man that stares at you the way I stare at the last day of Pride 🥺 Happy Pride, rainbow lovers. 🏳️🌈🏳️🌈🏳️🌈 📷 by @roycewatsonphotography
It’s the last day of Pride, fam. 🏳️🌈 Before we put the rainbow flags away and call it a day, I thought I’d share a little something I’ve never shared before—The first time I saw a gay character come out on TV. I was about 15 years old, in a part of my life I like to pretend didn’t exist, somewhere between denial and confusion. And, I stumbled on a Youtube clip from this show called Dawson’s Creek. It’s kinda wild how many LGBT+ characters have popped on film and TV since then. In case you’re not getting the full picture. I have only just recently turned 30. So in a span of 15 years, I went from only knowing of one gay human in existence Elton John to everything that exists today. It’s kind of amusing how many Zoomers don’t see all that came in the 5 mins before they came of age. Anyways, this character from Dawson’s Creek definitely blew my world. It was the first glimpse into a closet outside my own I had ever seen. And, having that at all meant something to me. Jack McPhee was shy, awkward, confused. He didn’t really know what he was doing half the time, but watching him try to figure it out did make me feel a little less alone. In a way, I think that’s why representation matters. It’s not like those of us who are out always feel like we have things figured out. We just remember what it was like to feel alone and want to make sure those that follow don’t have to. Wherever you are in your journey out the closet door, I hope you remember that. Happy Pride, fam. 🏳️🌈
Is this what Pride is supposed to look like now? Yesterday, the Police arrested 20 at a Pride March in Manila. I repeat, at a Pride March. The protestors wore masks, practiced social-distancing, did everything right. And still, the PNP took them in, without so much as bothering to cite any violations during the arrest. Just when you think the bar can’t be lowered any further. The presence of a new Anti-Terror Bill that loosens restrictions on warrantless arrests certainly doesn’t help. If you ever considered yourself an ally, walked at a Pride Parade, supported us in any way, I hope you do so extra loudly when things like this happen. Ways to help in my stories. #FreePride20 #junkterrorbillnow
Good day for a jog 🏃♂️🏃♂️🏃♂️
Happy Pride Month Rainbow lovers! I know this year has been a lot, but your love is always valid and worth celebrating. Soak up that sugar bebe. 🏳️🌈
Hey guys, it’s been a minute. I have a habit of ditching social media for months at a time with little to no explanation. I assume most of y’all are used to it by now. Still, I didn’t want to jump back in without addressing a couple things first, beginning with the Rona. A lot’s been said about those we call “essential workers.” Medical workers, agricultural workers, grocery store workers, delivery drivers, and all those that kept us going the last few months. Brands are delivering thank you’s on TV. Folks are saying thank you in person. All of which is great. Still, nothing says thank you quite like a pay raise, one that doesn’t expire with a decrease in infection rates. Going forward, I hope we remember that much. On top of that, other developments in the Philippines recently took a turn for the worse. One of the country’s biggest TV networks ABS-CBN was essentially shut down to suppress press freedom. And, an “Anti-Terror” bill was shoved through congress and now stands to threaten a lot of basic rights enshrined in the Philippine Constitution, including the right to peacefully assemble and protest. The Philippine government has become increasingly more violent toward dissent the last few years. The last thing it needs are more legal grounds to justify it. All that said, these are some of the reasons why I support the #junkterrorbill movement. Take a minute to tell the DOJ/Supreme Court they should do the same. Petition in my stories. P.S. The photo was sourced from @RedFishStream on Twitter. Photographer’s unknown, but if someone can identify em, gowww.
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