I saw body betrayal play tonight and they were so lovely, they played `my gender is queer` last on their set and they are only playing here and vic before going back to seattle so I feel lucky to see them. Got one of their shirts because they are so very lovely. ;_; woooh.
sometimes i look at you and think, 'wow how can one person look so fucking good all the time', and other times a look at you and think 'i wish you were sweet baboo' because of those other things i think about you. you're perfect, and you're my tumblr crush. and i wish i could shower you with presents and good eats and happyness@Anonymous
woah woah well thanks, I’m a gross lil’ being, that’s intense to hear! But it’s mega sweet to be admired. c:
write-off recluse mental health day for sludge metal jams and sewing and drawing shit
omgsorry, i was having a super aggro shitty night and i saw your post, and i was like shufigassfushjljfsftakeoutallfrustrationoneveryoneespeciallywhitepeoplefuckingwhitepeoplejsdhkgakas. and that was wrong of me, cuz your post was fine, i twisted it to justify my reaction. you're coolshit, im dumb, sorry, also i like your kittymew (s)he's cute as fux@Anonymous
Understandable feels, but also as a general principle I’d say taking out anger via anon is not okay. In all honesty.. as a result I ended up feeling super sad and gender invalid, and spending money I don’t have on booze.
Calling other people on their shit is so important, I feel like when they become over used and misdirected this way it makes them less valuable. Which I find counterproductive. Thanks for the apology though.
So I want to be an dedicated activist/traveler and never get to comfortable or steady life plans to much.
But I also want to take advantage of the free tuition I get through the legal hoops of my mom’s recent marriage to a prof (soak up lots of theory without getting brainwashed by eurocentric academia)
But I also want to get and complete a tattoo apprenticeship before I’m thirty, so if my mental health servers’ my adventures I can lay low with a girlfriend and a dog.
But I can’t do all three and it makes me anxious as hell, aaaaaaaahh.
dont you think there are some underprivileged, oppressed Trans*POCs that would benefit that would benefit more from a free binder than you?.. checkyourprivilege@Anonymous
Your definitely right, I think queer* kids of color who don’t have access to binders need them the most. Living in a hierarchical culture and society that benefits them the least, of course they deserve free binders. Definitely definitely definitely. The internet is a strange place and I hope I’m not taking up too much space.
However I am going to say that I think the situation is totally fair, because:
a) as a bigender/genderqueer non-binary person, I am trans* And having a binder is something I’m hoping will be good for my self esteem and mental health.
b) the initial request was a transaction (ie: binder for commission) The friend who ended up ordering a binder, was planning hire me to commission them a drawing anyway. So it worked out nicely that way. Selling my artwork right now is the only source of income I have right now and it’s next to nothing.