Hi! I'm Ze! I started this blog on my 20th birthday (October 1, 2011). This is a blog about my twenties (the third decade)! I’m bisexual and bigender. I'm a mermaid, and I'm adorable. I talk about (intersectional) feminism, my experiences with gender and sexuality, silly fun stuff, relationships, media, and mental illness. I'm working on loving life and loving myself, expanding my horizons and getting my shit together. ;) I'm creative, queer, loving, excitable, passionate, fat, sexy, nerdy, and cuddly. I love reading, writing, live action role playing, Pusheen, wearing wigs, and being a cat. It's very nice to meet you! :) (Note: I tw/cw tag a lot of things, but I don't tag food--for my own mental health reasons. If you need anything else tagged though please let me know and I will tag it for you! I aim for a safe space.)
Using the asterisk after trans* seems inclusive until you actually look at its history and what trans women and nonbinary people are saying about it. Here are some links about the nonbinary erasure and transmisogyny.
- It is used to degender trans women, exclude nonbinary people, and was popularized by a white cishet guy who profited off it
- It is used by truscum to exclude nonbinary people from the trans community
- It is specifically transmisogynistic and excludes trans women from the trans community
- It is used to appear inclusive without actually changing any communities to include trans people, just like using ‘gay’ instead of ‘LGBT’
- It is superfluous and this post describes a whole lot of problems.
- It is overinclusive and can include cis people when they really shouldn’t be included
- It makes nonbinary people feel less trans, which can be a factor in dysphoria and internalized transphobia
All links go to posts on my own blog so they won’t go dead like the links in the last link-gathering post I saw on this.
coming this fall on Fox/NBC/AMC: this ruggedly handsome white man is an asshole who treats everyone terribly but… there’s a twist… he’s Good at His JOB…
So I’m a part of a group of 9 who are looking to start a non-binary collab youtube channel with information and opinions and fun. We’re all currently dfab and we’re looking for a little dmab diversity! If anyone would like to join us, that would be awesome! add me on facebook and send me a message!
A bit about our channel. It was inspired by ftmtranstastic and collab channels similar to that. So there will be weekly topics we respond to and upload videos to… fun stuff.
So yeah, if you’re dmab and interested, hit me up!
I think my dad didn’t buy food because he’s punishing me for not having a job
He asked if it would be “a repeat” of the other town. As in, the job market there is my fault and I better not do that again here.
Apparently he sees people “getting a job all the time.”
Apparently I can get a job in 8 days.
Apparently I should starve til then.
I’m really scared and I need to talk to someone and no one is online. :(
reblog if UR NOT tumblr famous bu t U ARE tired nd kinda gay
Sometimes I just have this moment where it hits me that adulthood is 4 years away and I don’t know jack squat so can somebody give me the link to something that’ll teach me everything I need to know to get a job and basically sum up everything I’m supposed to learn in high school? Thank.
No but seriously I waste my life on the internet and never learn anything and have no job skills and it’s really depressing.
I mean adulthood was five years AGO for me and I still don’t know shit and I waste my life on the internet and have no job skills and I still have a valuable and occasionally fulfilling life and I’m an adult so don’t worry so much? You will figure things out. No one knows anything about being an adult until it happens.
if someone is mean to you, don’t be mean back. talk to them, get to know them, be good friends, find out all the kinds of books/movies/tv series they love
then spoil it
The history of film in one scene