spend hours narrating to each other what the cats are doing despite the fact that they are right in front of you and you can both obviously see what the cats are doing for fucks sake
my life with the gq
I just mean that a lot of straight people act as if heterosexuality is this perfect little snowflake.
Don’t let your kids around gays, they’ll turn gay!
Don’t let your kids watch those shows, they’ll turn gay!
It’s like you can only be hetero if you avoid the entire world.
my personal style is called “i don’t have the money for my preferred aesthetic”
I’m pretty sure masculinity is the most fragile thing in the universe.
Followed closely by heterosexuality.
When I was first looking into words for my transness, I had a lot of difficulty finding a term that fit. Being fat is a big part of my identity, and the same could be said for some of my trans friends. Specifically, the way I presented myself — femme, verging on high femme when I could manage it — was directly affected by my size. Why should my transness be any less affected?
After some discussion with other fat trans friends, I settled on the word “puff” to describe the specific way my gender, presentation, and fatness intersected. I wanted to offer it here as a new label for any fat femme trans people that wanted another word for their identity!
treat other ladies like leslie knope treats ann perkins
No I’m not smiling at you I’m smiling at your dog don’t look at me