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jen. she/her/hers or a/ath/athes pronouns. Genderfluid; agender/trans femme, ace/demi with a certain amount of fluidity.
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bravedad:

i wonder how many people i’m in the “i’d be down if you asked” zone with

Posted 11 minutes ago on Jul 27th with 84,467 notes
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Tagged: #tweetfeed #rly tho

marama davidson just called daniel carter dorkalitis on twitter and that is one of the reasons i am v fond of her

Posted 2 hours ago on Jul 26th with 3 notes
Tagged: #amazing #kiwiblogging #nzpol

20aliens:

Nathan Coley

Posted 3 hours ago on Jul 26th with 2,445 notes
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Tagged: #art #text #nathan coley

lipstick-feminism:

“Sometimes I remind myself that I almost skipped the party, that I almost went to a different college, that the whim of a minute could have changed everything and everyone. Our lives, so settled, so specific, are built on happenstance.”

— Every Last One (Anna Quindlen)

oxboxer:

"No homo" is one of the dumbest things I have ever heard come out of the mouth of a human. This is my second favorite way to reply - the first, bloody retribution.

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TITLE: There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
ARTIST: The Smiths
ALBUM: The Queen Is Dead
PLAYED: 46 times

The Smiths - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out (MV)

And if a double-decker bus
Crashes in to us
To die by your side
Is such a heavenly way to die

victoriouselise:

im afraid your son is completely obsessed with birds…we cannot bring him back…im sorry…he is a lost caws

Posted 7 hours ago on Jul 26th with 37,322 notes
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Tagged: #same #birds #puns

smexy-medic:

My friend’s button quail was getting whiny so I gave it company

Posted 8 hours ago on Jul 26th with 4,192 notes
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Tagged: #birds #quail

petition to rename the earth ‘punishment orb’

Posted 9 hours ago on Jul 26th with 33,089 notes
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Tagged: #orbgoth

Givealittle - Funds for changing name and gender

transanalogyhoppip:

Hello!

I’m a 19 year old trans woman looking to further her transition, and I need help. I’m getting by on a student allowance and don’t have much room to move financially, and sadly I have upcoming costs.

Changing your legal name in NZ costs $127.70, with an additional cost of around $27 for a renewed birth/name certificate. And then there’s $140 for a new passport, which I will also need to acquire.

Luckily, all of these things will count as “evidence” in the court process I’ll need to go through to change my legal gender, which is why I’m doing this first.

Any and all donations are greatly appreciated. Much love.

we did it! i hit $300 in about three days, which is absolutely amazing! thank you all so, so much. so much love <3

Posted 9 hours ago on Jul 26th with 114 notes
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cyberalpaca:

you silly Swablu, pillows are for sleeping

Posted 10 hours ago on Jul 26th with 8,648 notes
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Tagged: #pokemon #pokemon shaming
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birdprinxe asked: Do you have any links or tips for androgynous looks that don't fully focus on masculinity as androgyny? I'm DMAB and genderfluid and just trying to be less masculine in presentation

animepalutena:

nbselfielove:

There is an upsetting lack of information like that out there, but I have seen it come up sometimes. I always reblog it on my main blog, but I apparently have failed at tagging it so I can find it again.  Sorry!  All I could find so far are is a resource list for trans women (not specifically for nonbinary folks): http://prototran.tumblr.com/post/83040727257/trans-woman-resources

Maybe some followers have other info or tips?  

when i’m going for the androgyny thing, in general i ask myself both “is it conceivable that this could be on a cis dude” and "is it conceivable that this could be on a cis lady." the second question is important and should always be true. the first question can be false sometimes, depending on the level of confidence you’re feeling. remember that as someone amab you’ll have to feminize in order to reach androgyny (you can’t wear plain ass neutral shit and have it be read as androgynous the way afabs can) but if you don’t quite want to cross that threshold into femininity you’ll have to mute it on some level.

  • get your jeans from the women’s section, no exceptions. they will make you look so much better but as long as they’re not frilly or something they’ll keep you out of the masculine zone without necessarily crossing into femininity, depending on the rest of your outfit
  • try muted makeup. foundation if you need it, with unexaggerated blush. try out mascara only for the eyes. lipstick (or colored chapstick) that’s close to your natural color
  • cardigans maybe. i don’t do this as much anymore, but it was good and accessible as a starting point into androgyny
  • accessorize. bracelets, painted nails, earrings. i feel noticeably different about my presentation when my nails are painted. black is a good starting point as it’s more muted
  • find women’s cut shirts, but with tame colors/patterns. this is kind of pushing it but with the right coordination you can do this without crossing the threshold. you can also try the reverse and find men’s cut clothing with floral prints or something. imo this will more often get you read as “effeminate dude,” but it’s better than man shirts. try on a floral print button up and see how you feel about that
  • get hoodies from the women’s section. do the same for anything else that’s pretty much the same between the men’s and women’s sections. the difference in look will even be indistinguishable sometimes but it will always make you feel better knowing where you got it from
  • cut the sleeves and neck lines off your t shirts. if you do this with black shirts you can take it further and into the rocker look. this rocker look can be a neat tool to feminize a little further than you may have been able to otherwise; transfeminine presentation in the rocker scene gets more commonly read as androgyny

i was in the same place for a while wrt presentation and turned out to be a lady. for me the androgyny thing was and continues to be a tool i leverage to look more how i want without getting wrecked for it by cis people. good luck

crash-mcbarason:

tea-doodles:

crash-mcbarason:

tabularojo:

crash-mcbarason:

whenever i use scissors i always have this brief thought of “ohoho man imagine if i accidentally snipped off my nipple”

It would hurt a lot but it would grow back, nipples are one of the few parts of the body that entirely regenerate

U N L I M I T E D N I P P L E S
NO DO NOT TRY THIS AT ANY COST
DO NOT CUT OFF YOUR NIPPLES THEY ARE IN FACT LIMITED
L I M I T E D N I P P L E S
Posted 13 hours ago on Jul 26th with 157,587 notes
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To me you are more than just skin and bones.
You are elegance and freedom and everything
I know,so come on and do it baby, let your hair
down let me run my fingers through it…
- Magic (via letsseestarsyeah)
Posted 14 hours ago on Jul 26th with 39 notes
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