why is it that villains and not protagonists are always the ones breaking gender roles hmmmm
it’s called queercoding and it’s intentional and basically brainwashes kids into having negative associations with those traits
It’s official, if I ever manage to become a successful author (lol) all my protagonists are going to be Gay As Hell
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7291) Recently coming out, I thought that would be my biggest hurdle. Through support, disowning, and shame, I thought I was through the worst part. But now that I’m only a few days away from publicly presenting as a woman, I am not only ecstatic to be my true self, but equally if not more terrified. What if I don’t pass? What if I’ve come this far only to hit an impassible roadblock?
Not passing is not a road block. It sucks, don’t get me wrong, but it is not the end of the world. What matters is that you are happy and comfortable in the way you present yourself to the world, fuck the opinions of the haters out there.
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imagine if there was a vibrator that vibrated to the beat of the music you were listening to.. id probably listen to skrillex all day and when the beat would drop so would i from it hitting my prostate and making my legs weak from how…
dang i want one
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