1. wowwww

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  2. made a big thing of scotch and ginger ale (no idea if that mixes well). Time to celebrate feeling trapped, depressed and alone. 

     

  3. genderqueerd:

    Please post if you think people would be interested:

    Zine Callout— Are you a non-binary trans person?
    (Zine: stories and advice for service providers)

    I’m a non-binary person and I’m going to a panel of non-binary people talking to LGBTQ+ service providers at an LGBTQ+ service provider’s…

     

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  5. "My third grade teacher called my mother and said, ‘Ms. Cox, your son is going to end up in New Orleans in a dress if we don’t get him into therapy.’ And wouldn’t you know, just last week I spoke at Tulane University, and I wore a LOVELY green and black dress."
    — Laverne Cox, speaking at the University of Kentucky (via so-nyeo-shi-daze)

    (via bethbethduncan)

     

  6. super duper weird how the love below is underrated after the critical reappraisal off Speakerboxxx. I like em both, but I don’t listen to much Prince.

     

  7. "My pillow isn’t as comfortable as your chest."
    — 

    (via folieadamn)

    Goddamnit

    (Source: the-psycho-cutie, via iammorethan-him)

     

  8. cant-party:

    disgustinghuman:

    veganweedsoup:

    using the correct pronouns is just as important when that person isn’t around to hear you use them

    pronouns and NAMES.
    be respectful of them both.

    LETS TALK ABOUT NOT OUTING PEOPLE ON ACCIDENT

    LETS TALK ABOUT FINDING OUT WHO IT IS OKAY FOR YOU TO USE A PERSONS CORRECT NAME AND PRONOUNS AROUND

    LETS TALK ABOUT FINDING OUT WHEN IT IS NOT OKAY TO USE A PERSONS CORRECT NAME AND PRONOUNS

    LETS TALK ABOUT WAYS TO NOT MISGENDER OR INCORRECTLY NAME A PERSON, WHILE MAINTAINING THEIR SAFETY

    • say a persons name/nickname that you know is okay to use instead of saying their pronouns and/or their correct name
    •  terms of endearment like friend, comrade, pal, chum, buddy, cohort, bosom friend, bff, bestie, coworker, cutie, babe, cool cat, or some other genderless nameless endearment term (or non endearment) are also great options to use instead of names or pronouns! always ask the person in question if they are okay with them!

    AND FINALLY.

    NEVER EVER TALK ABOUT A TRANS PERSON AT ALL IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM IF YOU THINK THERE IS THE SLIGHTEST OF CHANCES THAT THE PERSON YOU ARE TALKING TO COULD POSSIBLY POSE A RISK TOWARDS THE TRANS PERSON YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING DISCUSSING.

    (via genderqueerd)

     

  9. Let’s retire the phrases “male/female-bodied” please. Thanks.

    youreatransmisogynistwhen:

    also “biologically ______”

    yep

    (Source: queerrelevant, via cutebabe)

     
  10. Making headband things out of old clothes. Don’t think I can really pull it off, but anyway: my face.