When you’re going on tour you could blend more where you’re in Denver if you talk like a local: Good morning. I would like an ice cold coffee. [ requested by nonnie ] +
This is a poster, you can download it and hand it out here. This is disturbing when you think about the reality of that.
Go out and grab five trans women. If your sample is truly random, you know two things:
- That, probably, three of them are survivors.
- That it’s nearly statistically impossible for one of them to have NOT attempted suicide.
Let’s spread this like wildfire.
- bisexual and biromantic people are not gay
- polysexual and polyromantic people are not gay
- pansexual and panromantic people are not gay
- "not gay" does not equal straight
- presuming that it does contributes to bi, poly and pan erasure in real life and affects real queer people
im craving asparagus wtf is wrong with me
it’s better than craving for her to love me back
i dont know what to say im sorry
EVER has a right to touch you if you don’t want to be touched.
Not your husband. Not your fiance. Not your boyfriend. Not your partner. Not your friends. Not even your own family.
You are a person and your body is your own. And it’s a privilege if you allow someone to touch it.
A privilege that can be snatched up and you don’t owe anyone a reason but that it’s your body and only YOUR body.
No matter what mistakes you make or bumps in the road you come across, you are not a failure. Don’t forget that. >v<
spiirel replied to your post “Sometimes I wish I wasn’t a part of any fandoms. I’m sure it would be…”
I mean, you get to watch every one else’s fandom fall apart, you’re just not emotionally invested in them. It works for me, but some people like the excitement/emotion, which is perfectly fine also.
I think it’s just part of my personality honestly. If I enjoy something, I can rarely just enjoy it casually. There are rare exceptions, but those are few and far between.