le bleur

this-is-cthulhu-privilege:

dem-queer-animals:

solar-citrus:

CAUSE I SERIOUSLY NEEDED SOMETHING LIKE THIS WHEN I WAS YOUNGER. I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU GUYS.

Don’t forget that drinking plenty of water and tea, eating a healthy diet and daily exercise will make a HUGE difference with your complexion.  Touching your face frequently is also a big no-no.  Everyone’s skin is different, so experiment with your own treatment routines and find what best suits you!!  I think this is a topic that’s almost taboo to talk about, but everyone has it, so we might as well help each other out with what we’ve found successful, right!?

an actual helpful guide for acne, plus its actually really adorable

Chromium also helps. Alot. 

How are you a trans woman?
Anonymous

crookedalleyscumbag:

talk-to-the-hands:

robotghost:

talk-to-the-hands:

kellanium:

paisleyasfuck:

talk-to-the-hands:

robotghost-deactivated20140221:

To first note: I loosely toss around words like “woman” and “womyn” to describe myself, although I first and foremost identify as “femme.”

I am not MtF and have not transitioned physically in any sense. On a Kinsey scale of gender identity from one to ten, one being “woman,” ten being “man,” I would say I’m a solid 2.5 or 3, sometimes even closer to a 5 or just out there in a P or Q. However, I identify as “femme” not only as a combination of my gender presentation (which is a solid 1, uber-feminine), but also for the fact that I am not a man, nor masculine (either gender identity or presentation), nor even veer past a neutral 5 if we’re talking scale-wise.

I prefer she/her or them/their pronouns, and I do not mind people calling me a woman (although it is vaguely incorrect - if you’re going to use something like that, I suppose I would prefer womyn, but I sincerely don’t mind either way).

"Trans" generally brings to mind a distinct physical transition from either MtF or FtM but trans encompasses a range of gender identities. Femme falls under that umbrella. I am not a cis woman. My gender is distinctly nonbinary and quite fluid. It just happens to be that I’m also very feminine in presentation, so many people like to assume that I’m an ordinary cis person when that could not be further from the truth.

"I’m biologically female, I present as female, and I use female pronouns, but I’m trans, too!"

You’re not trans. You are a cis woman who feels the need to be special so you are glomming onto a label that is used to describe people who are legitimately oppressed. You are never going to be disowned by your parents for being your flavor of “trans”. You are never going to sob when you get out of the shower and catch a glimpse of your breasts in the mirror. You are never going to have your college classmates threaten to murder you when they find out you are “biologically female and femme presenting”. No one is going to shove their hand down your shirt to “find out what you really are”. You are never going to sit in your closet with a bottle of sleeping pills and a knife and wonder what you did to deserve being trapped in the wrong body. There is nothing wrong with being a cis woman, which is what you are. Don’t delegitimize the suffering and struggles real trans people experience by co-opting a word so you can feel special or like you are fucking the system.

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I want to throw up.

I change my mind, I don’t think people were bullying, just being direct, and this is important.

I don’t think you understand how many messages I’ve gotten, begging me to kill myself. I don’t understand how someone who goes through the EXACT SAME THING can’t understand that I, too, do not identify with my biological sex and the gender i was assigned at birth. I don’t understand why I’m being pressured to transition and mold myself into something when I can’t even decide what my body even should be at this point in time. I just don’t get it. I don’t see why people who are JUST LIKE ME can treat me like shit for going through the literally exact same feelings.

Oh, my bad. How much T are you on? Do you inject it in your thigh or ass? How do you get your packer to stay? What kind of binder do you use? Are you thinking phallo or meta? Where are you going for top surgery? How do you deal with dysphoria on your period? Have you tried rogaine on your face because I’ve heard mixed reviews. What method do you use to tuck? Didn’t electrolysis suck? What did your parents do when they found a dress in your closet? How do you stuff your bra? How often do you get called a tranny? How are you going to pay for surgery and hormones? Your experiences as a femme presenting biologically female person are NOT the same as a transgender person’s. I’m sorry that people are bullying you. They shouldn’t be doing that and I don’t condone it. But it is so offensive to me as a transgender person (and to many others who have reblogged this) that you feel the need to appropriate our label and experiences and conflate them with your own very different identity. No one is pressuring you to transition. We’re just asking you not to call yourself trans and claim your struggles are the same when they are clearly NOT. (An aside, you don’t have to do all of the above to be trans. I was coming up with common issues and experiences to get my point across.)

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cpts-lock:

He’s beauty and he’s gracehe’s Mr. United States

30-second-fiasco

runescratch:

It seemed like a good idea

Based off this

the-real-jeff:

Never forget the REAL skeleton war

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vriskasbby:

thriftstorewarfare:

…did…did Barbie just break the fourth wall. 

that is stacy you uncultured swine

midnight-mindpalace:

there’s always that one fanfiction that deserves to be turned into a movie

edens-blog:

The struggle is real.

edens-blog:

Steal their look: Dancing in Walmart
Everyday Silver Necklace - $130
Burgandy Tank Top - $580
Tibettan-Style Dance Pants - $820
Getaway Sandals - $290
Manic Panic Blue Hair Dye - $17.50