I dream of tiny houses and adventures along the coast. Sometimes alone, sometimes with friends. Reality looks like a twenty three year old university grad, who wishes she could get a job in something besides for customer service. Look into my brain and you'll find a neuro-diverse, queer, Asexual, who enjoys photography, baking, fandom, and puppies.

ASEXUAL
{ PRIDE }
BROWNCOATS
{ We Aim To Misbehave }
PIGFARTS
{ Team StarKid }
THE DALTON ACADEMY WARBLERS
{ GLEEK OUT }

 

Proof to why gender is a social construct: Everyone has both male and female hormones. Secondary sexual characteristics do not define gender because internal organs or chromosomes can contradict. Just because a biological male loses his penis from a land mine explosion in an Afghan or Iraqi war does not mean he is no longer male. XX and XY are not the only genders that exist. There are people who are born as YYY, XXX, YXY, XYX, XXY, etc. There is Klinefelter’s Syndrome which is the presence of an extra X chromosome in a male. Turner’s Syndrome is when a female is born with an extra XX chromosome. There are cases of males who find out in their adult lives that they have internal ovaries despite being “biologically” classified as real males with a penis and scrotum. There are cases of females born with two ovaries, one internal testicle, vagina, and normal female secondary sex characteristics. There are infants who are born with ambiguous genitalia. When it comes to “normal people”, aging females who go into their elderly stages have more testosterone while aging males who go into their elderly stages have more estrogen. That explains why elderly women get deeper voices, masculine traits, and facial hair while elderly men get high pitched voices, breasts, and feminine traits. There is also tons of gender variance in the animal kingdom besides the human species. Masculinity and femininity have nothing to do with sexual orientation because anyone can be gay, lesbian, bisexual, asexual, or straight!

crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

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Any chance anyone has a download link for this? Or can get me one? Pretty please?

(Source: vampireisabitstrong)

 

My brother and I went to comicpalooza. He was Tiny!Tony Stark and every time he saw someone with a batman outfit or shirt or a robin costume, he would go up to them and do this, also he would give them fake money and tell them to buy something nice. 

OHMYGOD THIS IS TOO MUCH

(Source: charmingdeadpool)

I am the people in the other cars, each with his or her own story, but passing too quickly to be noticed or understood.