tagged: ☿kin 

paradisaic:

paradisaic:

my mom wouldn’t let me get a ferret when i was younger because she thought it would turn me gay

well guess what mom it wasn’t the ferret that did it

tagged: ☿bi-q-rious  ☿gay 

whethervane:

angeredpomegranate:

captain-dorkalicious:

”We’re gonna have to break in”

literally my most favorite thing ever omg

please even if you don’t like gravity falls, please, watch this

bewareofmpreg:

rest in fucking pieces

tagged: ☿sm 
pride-flags-for-us:

So, ah… basically, I really cannot stand the pan flag. The bright colors cause sensory overload for me, and hurt my eyes and even make me feel nauseous. Also, after doing some research, the reasons for the yellow in the flag felt sort of questionable, and even cissexist and dyadist, with the yellow being for those who are outside of the gender and/or sex binary. That, combined with the fact that a commonly accepted intersex flag is yellow, makes me uncomfortable, because it feels like we were further adding to the stereotype that pan people “don’t care about genitals!!”, if that makes sense. Of course intersex people are included in panromanticism/pansexuality, but to include them alongside males and females as separate identities feels problematic, especially seeing as they’re combined with what supposedly also represents nonbinary people.
(Also, wikipedia says the yellow is for "intersex and transgender people" which is really not good, and also biphobic as it implies bisexuals wouldn’t be attracted to trans or intersex people??)
So I designed a new flag! The colors are as follows:
Pink: Attraction to female or feminine identitiesBlue: Attraction to male or masculine identitiesBlack: Attraction to genderless or agender identitiesWhite: Attraction to all other gender identities

pride-flags-for-us:

So, ah… basically, I really cannot stand the pan flag. The bright colors cause sensory overload for me, and hurt my eyes and even make me feel nauseous. Also, after doing some research, the reasons for the yellow in the flag felt sort of questionable, and even cissexist and dyadist, with the yellow being for those who are outside of the gender and/or sex binary. That, combined with the fact that a commonly accepted intersex flag is yellow, makes me uncomfortable, because it feels like we were further adding to the stereotype that pan people “don’t care about genitals!!”, if that makes sense. Of course intersex people are included in panromanticism/pansexuality, but to include them alongside males and females as separate identities feels problematic, especially seeing as they’re combined with what supposedly also represents nonbinary people.

(Also, wikipedia says the yellow is for "intersex and transgender people" which is really not good, and also biphobic as it implies bisexuals wouldn’t be attracted to trans or intersex people??)

So I designed a new flag! The colors are as follows:

Pink: Attraction to female or feminine identities
Blue: Attraction to male or masculine identities
Black: Attraction to genderless or agender identities
White: Attraction to all other gender identities

pussylipgloss:

ratchetivity:

This has gone too far


this shit sounds like it goes wth!!!! turn up

pussylipgloss:

ratchetivity:

This has gone too far

this shit sounds like it goes wth!!!! turn up

unimpressed2chainz:

people who say blacks instead of black people are just in a hurry cause they have a white nationalist meeting to go to