Lack of order or predictability; gradual decline into disorder.
25, Canada. Teacher, writer, sequin enthusiast. English/Français. An assortment of interests that come and go. Occasionally I translate interviews for fandoms. Sometimes found at www.infavourofentropy.blogspot.com
as a Canadian, I can say with 100% honesty that this is accurate
the fuckers have literally chased me down a fucking street
take your geese back, canada
#i think that every night#geese just stand outside the windows of the canadian people#and absorb all their anger#this is why canadians are so nice#and geese are the most evil things to walk the planets
MY MOM SAID I DONT HAVE TO DO SCHOOL THIS SUMMER
hint hint: canada
You know something I found interesting?
Is how when people meet dogs, they’ll say something like
“He’s so cute!”
And the owner will shyly respond with “she’s a girl, actually”
And the person will apologize and IMMEDIATELY start using the right pronouns.
So my question is,
If its so easy to do with DOGS why is it so fucking difficult to do with trans people?
If you’re battling a mental illness and didn’t want to wake up this morning but did anyways, you’re a motherfucking badass. Because living with a mental illness is hard and I’m damn proud of you for still being here and fighting. You’re metal as hell and tough as nails. So keep on fighting, you kickass Viking warrior. You can win this.
Wow this helps… I don’t know… No one has ever said any of these things to me before so thanks for this.
The Trans Awareness Project“…one’s self identified gender is necessarily more legitimate than the one that is rather naively assigned to them by others.”-Julia Serano, Whipping Girl, (2009)
PurposeThe Trans* Awareness Project is a poster and digital media campaign that attempts to challenge stereotypes and cultivate an environment which celebrates and respects people of all genders. This campaign aims to break down barriers between communities and establish positive social change by showcasing empowering snapshots of local trans* communities and bringing attention to the challenges that many trans* people face in daily life.(source)