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fully ready to become undomesticated and feral at a moments notice, it's just gonna take one more discourse to push me over the edge

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boundaries 

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neurodivergent brains are amazing
it's either 0 or 100
no middle sliders

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i get nervous complimenting people, especially people i don't know well (im scared of accidentally complimenting them in a creepy way), so just know that if i boost/fav yr selfie then i think you are cute/pretty/handsome/cool as heck/whichever descriptor makes you happiest!

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i have no recollection of saying this but i fully stand by it

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d slur 

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thinking of inventing a bunch of fake lesbian stereotypes just to see what happens

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i think that if a woman with a sword in a suit threatened me, well, that would just be neat

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man im so forgetful, if i ever send u multiple follow requests after you've already denied me, it is not because im being a jerk who is pestering you intentionally!

i definitely forgot i already sent one and found ur profile again and was like "i think I've seen them before and think they're cool!!" so i send another one w/o realising i sent one in the first place

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SWORDS FOR LESBIANS AND ALSO TRANS AND NB LESBIANS GET TWO SWORDS!!!

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The “we have to be like this” argument is rooted in transphobia. It posits that if we could choose, we would choose to be cis. And I would never choose to be cis. Cis isn’t the default, and it’s not better. I would never choose to be cis

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I don’t think the argument should be “no trans people choose to be trans” because it frames being trans as some predestined thing we’re forced to be.

Instead ask “why does it matter.” Because trans people should be allowed to exist regardless of if we “chose” it or not because there’s literally nothing wrong about being trans

one of the encounters i have planned is a cave bear skeleton, bc they're scary as hell (but also amazing)

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i've put steppe bison to my world bc they're big lads and good friends

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i think that my favourite part of worldbuilding in dnd is just putting extinct creatures in my world :)

internalised homophobia 

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not to mention, young queer kids who have realised there's something different about them but that they don't have the words to articulate how need to see people like them that are happy and thriving so they know that's a future for them too

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being a masc/gnc woman can be tough, but seeing lil girls look up @ u in wonderment and making the connection and realising they are allowed to not be feminine makes it so worth it

letting kids see diverse adults wont influence them, other than making them more worldly and compassionate, it just makes the world a safer place to be if you're not cishet and white and christian.

death (joking) 

A desperate begpost, boosts + 

"if the white people in your life can tell you youre not perfect and you dont lash out them, but the black people in your life suggest that you could do something better and you want to rip their heads off? youre not at equality yet."

~austin channing brown

fictional homophobia 

sometimes i worry im not actually gay and then other times i see a woman and my brain ceases to function

cats have hearts and souls and love their people so much, to say otherwise is so sad

my cat comforts me when im angry, she knows she calms me down, just today when i nearly had a panic attack and was crying she meowed and stood on me and grounded me

she is the very embodiment of love, not in spite of being a cat, because of it

Just a reminder that the US is celebrating "independence" today while still holding Puerto Rico, the (US) Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands as colonies.

fourth of july may come just once a year but we can hold the spirit of “fuck america” in our hearts each day

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