September 18, 2014

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September 17, 2014

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September 17, 2014
whydouwantaname:

Will this couple stop making my heart ache one day?
http://tweets.seraph.me/user/%E5%90%A7%E5%94%A7%E6%98%AF%E7%9C%A0%E7%9C%A0%E7%9A%84%E5%B0%8F%E5%A4%A9%E4%BD%BF/2316115823?page=3

whydouwantaname:

Will this couple stop making my heart ache one day?

http://tweets.seraph.me/user/%E5%90%A7%E5%94%A7%E6%98%AF%E7%9C%A0%E7%9C%A0%E7%9A%84%E5%B0%8F%E5%A4%A9%E4%BD%BF/2316115823?page=3

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September 17, 2014
madragingven:

i received this most excellent shirt in the mail today and i am so pumped to wear it

eldritchcuddle here’s a shirt to go with those pants

madragingven:

i received this most excellent shirt in the mail today and i am so pumped to wear it

eldritchcuddle here’s a shirt to go with those pants

September 17, 2014

busket:

saeto15:

officialartartyartart:

Mare sheltering a fawn.

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officialartartyartart.tumblr.com

oh my GOD

"don’t worry tiny horse, i will protect you"

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September 17, 2014

incredifishface:

i fucking love scripts.

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September 17, 2014
"Writers don’t write from experience, although many are hesitant to admit that they don’t. …If you wrote from experience, you’d get maybe one book, maybe three poems. Writers write from empathy."

— Nikki Giovanni (via writersrelief)

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September 17, 2014

cousinnick:

bathrobehugs:

cousinnick:

so i was talking with a trans guy the other day and it was about dresses, and how some trans guys just really like dresses but we are still viewing things from a gender sterotyped hypermasculinty ‘clothes are totally gendered’ view.

The last time I wore a dress was for my sisters wedding, I was a brides…man and couldn’t get out of it. The first time I tried the shoes I was fine, they were pretty shoes, but when I wore the dress I had a panic attack and started bawling my god damn eyes out, the bra felt disgusting the dress was gross and it triggered my dysphoria. That was a little over a year ago. 

today I took a bath and thought about my discussion with my friend, the other trans man. In my closet I still have a dress that I have kept because it is my favorite and it fits me very well, I have never worn it out though. 

So today out of an impulse that I didn’t ignore and didn’t think too hard about or I would never do it for fear of my weak masculinity even though I’m a pretty feminine trans dude (I gotta a lot of problematic baggage to unpack) I tried on the dress—it fucking fit like a dream and it even works with my binder.

I guess in this stage of my life I’m not as weakly set in my gender as I thought I was and perhaps I have begun to sweat out all the problematic binary gender sterotyped shit I ate as a young transitioning teen, or maybe it’s just to spite all the people who say that as soon as I wear a dress I’m revoking my man card or that I was lying about my male gender this entire time or whatever they want to say.

Either way, this took me a lot of courage and I guess I’m writing this little shit post for anyone who’s reading it and questioning if they really are who they say they are. My answer to you is, yes, you will always be you, no matter what stage in your life. If you think you’re trans you probably are and if that turns out to be true or not it doesn’t have to have been a mistake because it was you then at that exact moment even if you changed later, it was a building block that you had to make, form and step on to be you who you are today. And I’m so proud of you for being who you are today.

this also really honed in on the fact for me that clothes are not gendered, stop gendering them—I say as a binary trans man still learning about myself and the best way to help others and not perpetute garbage that harms the trans community. You can wear whatever you want (as long as it’s not apporpriation) and if anyone questions you on your gender because of it, or if they dictate how you can and cannot look, if they say you’re not “really trans!” or “no really an X, Y or Z!” then fuck them. Pity them, because they still have a lot more learning and less loathing to do. 

Signed, a boy in a dress

ahhhh thank you, dude, this resonates like fuck. you are an inspiration. i too have one dress in my closet; it’s green and made of the softest material ever and fits me really well and looks like a toga, so much so that i’ve been able to convince myself it’s not super gendered. i still never wear it out.

a few weeks ago, i’d just had a great PT session, which always reduces my body dysphoria for some reason—getting in touch with your body? making it do things you want? i don’t know—and i was like, fuck it, i want to wear this dress because it’s comfy and i don’t give a shit. so i did! and it was great, but i also had to go back to my room around midday and change, because it wore on me. the dress was great; being afraid of being perceived as a girl, not so much. it was a valuable experience, i think, because even though i’m female-reading i’m not female-presenting and it’s not until then that i realized there’s that much difference.

but the point, i think, is that i would like to be able to wear that dress out some day and really not give a fuck. i’m also a pretty ~femme trans dude, and sometimes i don’t even know if i’m “really” a boy or just boyish. all i know is i like when my weird gender feelings are recognized. and maybe that’s enough. maybe it’s enough to just be what i am today, and be what i am tomorrow, and wear sparkly blue nail polish if i goddamn want to.

EEEE I’m so glad this picture resonated with you in such a way, and I totally know what you mean about how it can wear you out—I wore this dress and cooked a little with it on but that was as long as I could keep it on before some unsavory thoughts came into my head, but even just that is and was a big step, so don’t feel bad about that. c: Also your dress sounds hella nice and comfy <3

;u; yeah! <3

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Filed under: gender 
September 16, 2014

cousinnick:

so i was talking with a trans guy the other day and it was about dresses, and how some trans guys just really like dresses but we are still viewing things from a gender sterotyped hypermasculinty ‘clothes are totally gendered’ view.

The last time I wore a dress was for my sisters wedding, I was a brides…man and couldn’t get out of it. The first time I tried the shoes I was fine, they were pretty shoes, but when I wore the dress I had a panic attack and started bawling my god damn eyes out, the bra felt disgusting the dress was gross and it triggered my dysphoria. That was a little over a year ago. 

today I took a bath and thought about my discussion with my friend, the other trans man. In my closet I still have a dress that I have kept because it is my favorite and it fits me very well, I have never worn it out though. 

So today out of an impulse that I didn’t ignore and didn’t think too hard about or I would never do it for fear of my weak masculinity even though I’m a pretty feminine trans dude (I gotta a lot of problematic baggage to unpack) I tried on the dress—it fucking fit like a dream and it even works with my binder.

I guess in this stage of my life I’m not as weakly set in my gender as I thought I was and perhaps I have begun to sweat out all the problematic binary gender sterotyped shit I ate as a young transitioning teen, or maybe it’s just to spite all the people who say that as soon as I wear a dress I’m revoking my man card or that I was lying about my male gender this entire time or whatever they want to say.

Either way, this took me a lot of courage and I guess I’m writing this little shit post for anyone who’s reading it and questioning if they really are who they say they are. My answer to you is, yes, you will always be you, no matter what stage in your life. If you think you’re trans you probably are and if that turns out to be true or not it doesn’t have to have been a mistake because it was you then at that exact moment even if you changed later, it was a building block that you had to make, form and step on to be you who you are today. And I’m so proud of you for being who you are today.

this also really honed in on the fact for me that clothes are not gendered, stop gendering them—I say as a binary trans man still learning about myself and the best way to help others and not perpetute garbage that harms the trans community. You can wear whatever you want (as long as it’s not apporpriation) and if anyone questions you on your gender because of it, or if they dictate how you can and cannot look, if they say you’re not “really trans!” or “no really an X, Y or Z!” then fuck them. Pity them, because they still have a lot more learning and less loathing to do. 

Signed, a boy in a dress

ahhhh thank you, dude, this resonates like fuck. you are an inspiration. i too have one dress in my closet; it’s green and made of the softest material ever and fits me really well and looks like a toga, so much so that i’ve been able to convince myself it’s not super gendered. i still never wear it out.

a few weeks ago, i’d just had a great PT session, which always reduces my body dysphoria for some reason—getting in touch with your body? making it do things you want? i don’t know—and i was like, fuck it, i want to wear this dress because it’s comfy and i don’t give a shit. so i did! and it was great, but i also had to go back to my room around midday and change, because it wore on me. the dress was great; being afraid of being perceived as a girl, not so much. it was a valuable experience, i think, because even though i’m female-reading i’m not female-presenting and it’s not until then that i realized there’s that much difference.

but the point, i think, is that i would like to be able to wear that dress out some day and really not give a fuck. i’m also a pretty ~femme trans dude, and sometimes i don’t even know if i’m “really” a boy or just boyish. all i know is i like when my weird gender feelings are recognized. and maybe that’s enough. maybe it’s enough to just be what i am today, and be what i am tomorrow, and wear sparkly blue nail polish if i goddamn want to.

September 16, 2014

like. god fucking damn. the mulder/scully relationship was SO IMPORTANT for fandom culture that stephen colbert talked about it on national TV. it originated the word “shipper.” MSR was a pivotal acronym. and in all of that, you mean to tell me there aren’t even ten kinky fanfics????? ARE YOU KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW. i sure hope you’re kidding because i’m concluding that they’re all under lock and key in fbi jurisdiction in navajo code and i’m gonna have to translate them my goddamn self.

that is not even logically comprehensible. that is not possible. you mean to tell me not even one fanfic gets their proper femdom dynamic right? have we been watching the same show because they were NOT SUBTLE. help me, please, jfc, someone who knows where the good stuff is, please share this very important part of fandom history with me because i can’t find it

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September 14, 2014

mooserrific replied to your post “mooserrific replied to your post “actually i’ve been wanting a tattoo…”

yyy :D (i was REALLY INTO bandom for 2008-2013 lol)

yeahhh me too, from like 2010 on! i’ve branched out a lot more recently but it’s evidently still A Thing, given my reaction to finding this yesterday /o\

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September 14, 2014

mooserrific replied to your post “actually i’ve been wanting a tattoo for ages but had no idea what to…”

gerard drew it! fuckyeahgerardwaysart dot tumblr dot com slash post slash 12453910496

whoaaa i had no idea! THANK YOU, aww, there’s even one for each of them

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September 14, 2014

(Source: textsfromtheshatterdome)

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September 14, 2014

eldritchcuddle replied to your post “actually i’ve been wanting a tattoo for ages but had no idea what to…”

(raises hand) (i will try?)

ahhhhhh dude if you do *____* i would love to see what you come up with

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September 13, 2014

listening to i brought you my bullets, you brought me your love followed directly by gerard’s new stuff from hesitant alien is….really something. it’s such an expansive leap, i’m gonna cry

to think that in this space we’ve gone from the raw reactive emotionality of an anthem for the kids disillusioned by 9/11 to an anthem for the kids who feel like they’ve crossed a galaxy to get here and finally feel free enough to do it again, but this time holding hands. like fuck