the pretty one#4344
the pretty one#4344
Do y'all ever get uncomfortable with how comfortable the internet is with hating on men? Like yeah, a lot of men fucking suck, and misogyny and toxic masculinity is a big issue that needs to adressed and demolished.
But like also as a trans man its weird to experience the world from an afab perspective for so long and then you finally find yourself and its great and you're genuinely happier now, but you end up getting bombarded daily with people shitting on men just because they're men. And you just sit there feeling guiltier and shittier about yourself a little bit more every day???
And yes, I know that when people say men, they (hopefully) don't mean trans men, but that still ends up with the sentiment of "Oh, I don't mean you sweetie because you used to be woman." Idk I'm not articulate enough to talk about this, I guess.
i got a notification on my phone alerting me to **cleans eyes glasses** a tiger king 2 trailer ? well then . . .
desperately want to know which of my relatives was using our shared amazon account to look at a hatsune miku halloween witch figurine
Bro!! Bro, bro!!
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Tea time 🎃
so i made a google form for fic feedback! there’s obviously no pressure or obligation to answer any of the questions on it, but feel free to take a look :)
fic feedback (google form)
“I wuv domi“
idk. i just think often about how like, , ,.
ive heard almost every streamer, youtuber, content creator say the exact phrase of 'yes! i support all lgbt!' and thats all fine and good, of course, but its just so n o thing to me now, its just the lowest bar. its like when bands & artists take a pride flag from the crowd and wave it around. like yeah thats what you do ! and im glad its so normal ! and expected ! but yknow whats stuck with me MORE is that moment where techno, someone i wouldnt personally expect to actively voice his opinion on something so politically charged, one of the only streamers i know who can just ignore his chat & donos and no onell give a shit, saw one person ask for just a simple borderline meaningless easy 'can you say lesbian rights' and he took it and he THOUGHT about it and actually gave a real response, recalling one time a lesbian said he was funny.
the same with those clips of wilbur explicitely and directly outlining his love and support for trans people specifically, followed by how its clear hes always making sure he includes & considers trans people in the way he speaks about things. the direct, real world action and intention, the unexpected genuineity will just always have more impact on me than knowing i can watch any philza stream and inevitably hear phil say 'yeah of course ! i support all lgbt+ whatever :)' in response to a tts.
𝗟𝗜𝗞𝗘 𝗔 𝗡𝗜𝗡𝗝𝗔™#0511
1 of my thesis supervisors is so maddeningly unhelpful that i might have to change the basic idea of my entire project just because of how pointedly unhelpful he’s been
im debating adding image descriptions to the pictures i post
i can hear the fucking song even when its not playing. this experiment is gonna kill me
roll the dice
I love how different all our studies are, like some of you talk about being in labs and doing stuff I can’t even begin to understand. When I was at university doing creative writing, one week my teacher brought in a stack of old newspapers, told us to cut words out and make a poem then left us for three hours
This is great. I’m going to get a good grade in writing indeces, something that is both normal to want and possible to achieve,
Headcanon: wearing scary costumes and having fun with Alice Kingsleigh at a Halloween party 🎃
Fandom: Alice in Wonderland
Requested by @winterxisxcomingx [x]
First of all I need to say, I did a tiny bit of research and to my genuine surprise I found out that Halloween was actually The Thing™ in Alice's times (when I thought it's like more modern)
It was quite widely celebrated in Victorian England, like, apparently even Queen Victoria is known to have thrown a party on that occassion
Therefore some customs that we connect with modern Halloween (like parties or costumes) actually have roots in those from XIX century
So it's not a surprise that you and Alice have a chance to go to a Halloween ball
It doesn't change the fact that since Alice's family is quite prominent, they expect her to behave
You also need to wear some nice costumes, maybe dresses, even if with some seasonal accessories
And maybe, just maybe, you would be down for it if it wasn't imposed on you
So you decide to rummage through Alice's dad's stuff and make costumes from what you find
Even though you're hesitant at first, knowing how much Alice must miss her father
'Alice, is it alright if we use those clothes?'
'Ah, yes, of course. My father would probably approve of me using them for something fun'
That's how you end up being two girls in traditionally male clothes, 'upgraded' by being purposefully torn, and with too much poorly done make-up on your faces
Which might not sound typically scary
But as you were expected to wear something nice (even in terms of Halloween) you definitely startle a couple of people once you show up at the ball
You also break a couple of conventions by choosing to hang out only with each other
So when some gentlemen ask you to dance or even try to talk to you, both of you kindly reject their offers
'May I have this dance... milady?'
*exchanging looks* 'No, thank you'
But to make it justified, you end up dancing together
The two of you, with your costumes and with people knowing you're both girls, you definitely stand out from the crowd
People might be staring at you, whispering or even pointing fingers
In the end you don't really care about it
What matters that you're there with your friend, having a fun evening