antlor:

people who hate on flannel are not worth your time, you OWN that lumberjack look and chop down the haters

(via pizzafemme)


nbselfielove:

autisticdean:

Hello I look really cute today

<3

nbselfielove:

autisticdean:

Hello I look really cute today

<3


I don’t know why I didn’t think of this before but (headcanon):

Aang and Zuko both totally have bpd


youngblackandvegan:

racism-sexist-ableism-ohmy:

goingdownthebayou:

ishyagrrrl:

My brother sent me a picture of a few young girls protesting outside of Party City in Harlem, today. They want Princess Tiana back.

Amazing! “Kids don’t see racial differences.” “Tiana is available online only” You go girls!!!

"Representation doesn’t matter."
"Kids don’t see race."
These girls just proved you all wrong.

precious angels!

youngblackandvegan:

racism-sexist-ableism-ohmy:

goingdownthebayou:

ishyagrrrl:

My brother sent me a picture of a few young girls protesting outside of Party City in Harlem, today. They want Princess Tiana back.

Amazing! “Kids don’t see racial differences.” “Tiana is available online only” You go girls!!!

"Representation doesn’t matter."

"Kids don’t see race."

These girls just proved you all wrong.

precious angels!

(via parachutingcats)


cleromancy:

spzeed:

satanswaitin6669:

yamiyuugis:

tedaltmans:

since i already reblogged a post about mel gonzales (pictured right), i didnt want to pass by mentioning scarlett lenh (pictured left), a trans girl who won homecoming queen at her high school in colorado
link to article

tpoc YES

Being trans doesn’t or at least shouldn’t entitle you to something, you can still be trans and a shitty person or an asshole. This isn’t equal treatment, this is special treatment and quite frankly I think it’s condescending. 

Transgender people are, surprise, people — and we are entitled to the same things that cisgender people are entitled to. We are entitled to feel normal, which includes the ability to run in a meaningless popularity contest such as being homecoming king, queen, or gender-neutral royalty. We are entitled to not suffer, as trans students have in the past during homecoming when schools have purposefully misgendered students by having trans boys be put under “queen” on the voting slip et cetera. We are entitled to the same treatment that cisgender individuals receive, with the only difference that we are thankful for it — which I hope we are not someday, and I hope we are not thankful for it because it has become commonplace and something to be taken for granted. But right now? It is not common place, and it is not condescending to celebrate that trans students were (for once) not raped in a bathroom or treated like complete shit today.
tl;dr: its messed up that you think that trans students not being treated like shit is somehow “special treatment”.

i love how satanswaitin6669 (btw nice url champ, VERY edgy) just assumed that scarlett lenh and mel gonzalez both won exclusively because they’re trans as opposed to maybe because they’re, i don’t know, well liked enough to win homecoming queen and king? 

cleromancy:

spzeed:

satanswaitin6669:

yamiyuugis:

tedaltmans:

since i already reblogged a post about mel gonzales (pictured right), i didnt want to pass by mentioning scarlett lenh (pictured left), a trans girl who won homecoming queen at her high school in colorado

link to article

tpoc YES

Being trans doesn’t or at least shouldn’t entitle you to something, you can still be trans and a shitty person or an asshole. This isn’t equal treatment, this is special treatment and quite frankly I think it’s condescending. 

Transgender people are, surprise, people — and we are entitled to the same things that cisgender people are entitled to. We are entitled to feel normal, which includes the ability to run in a meaningless popularity contest such as being homecoming king, queen, or gender-neutral royalty. We are entitled to not suffer, as trans students have in the past during homecoming when schools have purposefully misgendered students by having trans boys be put under “queen” on the voting slip et cetera. We are entitled to the same treatment that cisgender individuals receive, with the only difference that we are thankful for it — which I hope we are not someday, and I hope we are not thankful for it because it has become commonplace and something to be taken for granted. But right now? It is not common place, and it is not condescending to celebrate that trans students were (for once) not raped in a bathroom or treated like complete shit today.

tl;dr: its messed up that you think that trans students not being treated like shit is somehow “special treatment”.

i love how satanswaitin6669 (btw nice url champ, VERY edgy) just assumed that scarlett lenh and mel gonzalez both won exclusively because they’re trans as opposed to maybe because they’re, i don’t know, well liked enough to win homecoming queen and king? 

(via tuffghost666)


lol it’s been a few months since I’ve spoken to my sister (we don’t really get along but she and my mother like to pretend we have a relationship) and I’m like hmm this is weird why is she messaging me

then she goes, “Mom told me about the new hormorn youre taking. Any changes in mood/feelings? Do you like it? How long have you been taking it? :-)”

Oh that’s why. Mmmmm nope.


(via soniary)


you’re allowed to feel more like a victim than a survivor. you’re allowed to feel like both. it’s okay to still hurt. it’s okay to not feel strong. it’s ok to feel like you’ll never “get over it.” you’re enough, I promise.


missvoltairine:

I PROMISE you that every single depressed person has been told to exercise already, you are never ever ever going to be the first person to suggest that to any depressed person ever.

(via androgynistic)


When (cis) people insist Grell Sutcliff isn’t a woman because other characters call her a guy and use he/him/his pronouns for her: it’s almost like you have no concept of misgendering?