But please, never give up.
What you're doing is the most important thing.
I remember running behind my father, thinking his ponytail was so cool, how someday I was gonna be a grownup with a ponytail too.
Reblog if you want a terrible, 3 sentence fan fiction in your ask, based on your url
I don’t know how you would~
If it helps, Felalalie was named In three parts,
Probably it would be better to write a terrible fanfic based on my avatar.
if your name is spelled wrong according to microsoft word, then you on the red carpet babe shine on
Th-Thank you~ T^T
Reblogging because I did the thing.
i think everyone did the thingOmfg I did do the thing
Guilty for doing the thing.
I may or may not have done the thing…..twice.
Haha, I just twisted my Laptop around. HAH I WIN I DIDN’T DO THE THING
appreciate brown eyes more bc the people with brown eyes are grown up forcing to believe fuckin blue and green and grey are beautiful and either detest or get incredibly happy when someone compliments their eye color stop letting this happen
there are people with brown eyes reblogging this and theyre talking about still being sad with their eye color and this is exactly why we need hype about brown eyes
My husband has the MOST BEAUTIFUL brown eyes! They’re deep and vibrant, almost RED! I love love love his eyes.
Me: PanSexual but not PanRomantic. I only see myself having long term relationships with men. Though maybe I’ll meet someone who changes my mind.
Monogomousish, Polyamorousish. In a dedicated long term relationship with one man. My heart is content but was not always that way. My heart is always open.
Genderfluid m/f. Female who hates her breasts and Disgusting otherparts and wishes she were male, Male who is eternally grateful to the point of tears to be given the gift of motherhood.
I used to think I was a TransMan. Sometimes I still think that, but since giving birth, my attitude about my body has changed.
I’m glad I can feed my baby with these breasts that make my back hurt. I’m happy to be able to share myself with my husband in a way that doesn’t involve my butt. haahaaaaa no seriously though the sex is great~
Genderidentity is hard. I think maybe since my mother and father raised me to be strong and smart, but society raised me to hate myfemaleself, my body, never good enough, but my body, the only thing I’m good for… Maybe I simply reject the notion of being female because PATRIARCHY. Because I refuse to be weak and stupid and useless and I’m brainwashed into thinking that’s what female is.
But I still feel like a (mostly homosexual) man trapped in a woman’s body, eternally grateful to be a mother.
I’ll do my best to explain it for you. I’ll start with gender identities and then go into sexual orientations.
Gender identification is someone’s personal sense of their gender, and the label they give themselves generally depends on how they feel they best fit the norms of behavior and thought patterns expected from each gender. Gender identity is entirely psychological and is subjective to the individual, whereas sex is biological and is determined by which reproductive organs you have.
Cis-people are basically those who identify with their assigned birth gender. For example, a cis-woman would be a biological female who identifies as a woman, and a cis-man would be a biological male who identifies as a man.
Trans-people are those whose gender identity is the opposite of their biological sex. For example, a trans-man would be a biological female who identifies as a man, and a trans-woman would be a biological male who identifies as a woman. Many trans-people undergo surgeries and other procedures (most commonly, hormone injections) so that their bodies more closely match how they identify.
Non-binary people (also called NBs or enbys/enbies) are those whose gender identities do not fit within the man/woman classification system, those who feel is if they are neither exactly a man not exactly a woman. There are many different kinds of nonbinaries, such as agendered people, gender-fluid people, and et cetera.
Agender people feel that they do not have a gender identity. Many people who identify as agender tend to try to appear and act androgynously, and some have surgeries and other operations to help them appear moreso, though definitely not all. Cosmetic procedures such as breast reduction are fairly common among agendered people, for example. Keep in mind that androgyny in appearance is not necessary for one to be considered agender; it’s just a preference that many agendered people have.
Gender fluid people are those who feel like sometimes they can identify as one gender, but other times they identify as another. Most gender fluid people have a spectrum, and on any given day they will fall at a different place on that spectrum. For example, we’ll say our hypothetical friend here is genderfluid. Yesterday, they felt like they were a man, but today, they feel agendered. Our other friend felt like a man yesterday, but today they are a woman.
note: I use the word “like” here to refer to sexual attraction.
Heterosexual people are those who like people of the opposite sex and gender (generally speaking), ie. a man who likes women or a woman who likes men.
Homosexual people are those who like people of the same sex and gender (generally speaking), ie. a man who likes men or a woman who likes women.
Bisexual people are those who like people of both sexes and genders, ie. a man who likes both men and women.
Pansexual people are those who like people of both sexes and all genders.
Polysexual people are those who like one of the sexes or both sexes and several different genders, but not all.
Asexual people do not experience sexual attraction to anyone, regardless of sex/gender. Some asexual people choose to have sex, especially those in long-term relationships with a non-asexual, but that’s entirely their choice. One can still have sex and be considered asexual, as asexuality is about the feeling of attraction, not about the actual actions of the individual.
Demisexual people experience sexual attraction to people rarely, usually only after romantic attraction or other strong emotional bond is made.
Romantic attraction is attraction to someone in a non-sexual way. These attractions are usually purely emotional and cause a desire to have a romantic relationship with another individual. Some people have a romantic attraction that differs from their romantic attraction. Just replace “-sexual” with “-romantic” in the sexuality definitions above, and you’ve got it. For example, panromatics are those who can experience romantic attraction to people of both sexes and all genders.
If you have any other questions or want/need clarifications, just let me know!
Hearts and kibble,
This is really helpfull<3
are cafeterias a real thing like do those actually exist in america you just line up and get given gross food and then eat in the same room as your entire school??? if that happened at my school there’d be a riot imagine how loud that would be are cafeterias a myth…do you…do younot have cafeterias elsewhere?
How do you eat if you don’t have cafeterias? Do you wander the halls of your school eating out of vending machines?
NOT THAT I HAVE ANY I’M SO LONELY
there is a huge difference between genuinely liking someone and liking the attention they give you and it took me a long time to realise that
It took me a long time and more than one broken heart.
The artist behind this is Arthur Tress.