Sarah, 22, Homoflexible. She/Her/Hers or Y'all/Y'all/Y'alls.
Into sexuality, Little Mix, comics, The West Wing, politics, and queer stuff.
I don't believe in guilty pleasures.
I’m not going to hell for being queer
Anonymous asked: Excuse my bluntness, but men have something that separates them from women. And I don't think we should have to squish them so you can have more sitting room. If you can be grumpy and snappy to everyone at that time of the month, men should get to have a little more room. Just like women can't help having periods, men can't help having testicles.
LOL. It’s my first BUT MY BALLS anon.
As many people have said before, if you can’t sit without doing the splits because it makes your poor balls hurt, please see a doctor immediately. Sitting with your legs parallel to your hips should NOT hurt as bad as muscle spasms that work to tear off a layer of flesh and mucus from the uterine wall.
BUT WHO WILL THINK OF THE POOR TESTICLES?????
Also, there are men without testicles. Just saying. Also, women without periods.
I’ve had to squeeze my arms so close together from having my space invaded by dudes in lines so hard that my tits were up in my throat.
I know guys who cross their legs with zero problems.
It’s not a physical issue with them not having enough space. It is literally them just being jackasses.
Dakota would get so angry about this and I had no idea that it wasn’t a legit thing until they went off about men in public spaces not closing their legs.
a bunch of moms are making letters+audio recordings of affirming, validating letters to queer/trans* people who don’t get that kind of support from their moms
i would say more about it but
im kind of busy in this puddle of tears on the floor so
I think I know a mom who did this.
This thing gets passed around my friend group. It’s good.
”Q.U.E.E.N.’ definitely is an acronym,’ Monae explains during an interview at Fuse HQ. ‘It’s for those who are marginalized.’ She says the ‘Q’ represents the queer community, the ‘U’ for the untouchables, the ‘E’ for emigrants, the second ‘E’ for the excommunicated and the “N” for those labeled as negroid.
'It’s for everyone who’s felt ostracized,' she adds. 'I wanted to create something for people who feel like they want to give up because they’re not accepted by society.'
Jeff Benjamin, on Janelle Monae
Quote is from the post: Janelle Monae Says “Q.U.E.E.N.” Is For The “Ostracized & Marginalized” on Fuse TV. I cannot express enough how much I adore this song and her!
I don’t know how some girls are 100% straight like have you seen girls
if you find terms for queer identities confusing, arbitrary or unimportant then you’ve probably never had to experience how terrifying it is to not understand your own identity, or the relief of finding a term that helps describe you
I think I’ve had too much wine to properly do my eyebrows tonight.
what a wonderful problem to have