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more often than not i find that i'm not


wtf i wanna date a girl so bad i want to wear her sweatshirts and kiss her soft lips and wash her hair in the shower with my strawberry shampoo and listen to music and gossip and laugh and talk about girl stuff and girl stuff and i wanna sleep on her soft chest and feel her breath against my cheek and watch movies and go to the movies and to the park and i want a girlfriend so BAD


the ‘pop punk” culture is so gross and misogynistic even though the fan bases of these bands are mostly made up of mostly women, you always hear about the misogyny in rap music but the misogyny in alternative music never gets brought up… i wonder why.. oh wait no .. i know why 



im literally always looking at my reflection not because im conceited but because i just think it feels kind strange to have a physical form and im constantly trying to process who and what i am

This. Someone put into words.


To tell a really horrible secret, when I was researching Invisible Monsters, I didn’t know anything about transgender hormone treatments. So I would get into transgender bulletin boards and chat rooms explaining that I had illegally obtained female hormones to begin self medicating myself and I needed to know about dosages and side effects and what to use and what to stack for different hormonal effects, different treatments periods, all the details about dose per weight and stuff, and how big my breasts would get and everything like that. All these very caring, very nurturing transgender people were e-mailing me constantly for months. Well, OK, they were e-mailing a person named Cherry at my e-mail address - “How’s it going Cherry Girl, how’s your breasts? Are you doing good?” My housemates kept coming across these e-mails and they were not happy. They kept on saying, “This isn’t a nice thing. Cherry needs to die”. Eventually Cherry had a really bad car accident and never ever responded to e-mails again. The whole experience really helped give the whole issue of transgender a face, it made them into real people, instead of stereotypes or dirty jokes.

For Choke I’ve been going to Sexaholic’s Anonymous meetings, because it makes those people again into human beings, rather than just being perverts or nymphos . I can’t make fun of them, I can’t hurt them, because I see them too much as these human beings. In a way it’s great research, but it’s also a real safety on my part to keep from ever finding fun at their expense.


-Palahniuk, when asked what role the internet has played in his writing. In retrospect his roommates might have been trying to tell him that what he was doing was wrong, which would have been accurate. He was being a giant fucking creep. (via weremerebear)

Wait, is this implying that he told all the trans people who knew ‘Cherry’ that she had a car accident before breaking contact? Does this fool have any idea how hard the death of a sister hits us? Causing people emotional grief just to satisfy your curiousity is beyond unethical.

(via snow-anne)

I don’t know about you but I’m really keen on men extracting reproductive labour from trans women in this deceptive and emotionally abusive way.

(via waepenwifebunny)

Like he literally could have just used google and even maybe asked around and not tricked people into caring for someone who wasn’t real. And then faking her death.

(via lisaquestions)


9/15/11 - 9/15/12 - 9/15/14


Why hello there

"It’s disgusting. “I have a right to your naked body or images that you’ve sent to your husband, or lover.” It’s disgusting. It’s this violent, abusive violation of womanhood—of divine womanhood. It’s violent, and it’s misogynistic, and it’s revolting…..There’s a guy now taking these pictures and putting them up in an art gallery. What fucking right does he have to do that? It’s absolutely revolting."

Andrew Garfield on the stolen private pictures of female celebrities (x)


owl is confused        [video]

If we could be measured we might be finite. Instead we must bear the burden of endless possibility. Rebecca, 21

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