Livali has gone power-crazy with customizing her phone someone help
(Source: twerkitfelix, via zillyhoohas)
every word you speak is poetry
Long ago, I stepped foot into my school’s bookstore and took a picture of a doodle on one of the pen tester sheets. Secretly I wished I knew the person who drew it.
Magically, about a week later, I did, and didn’t realize it until a few weeks into our friendship.
It was bonyfish! It’s memories like these that make me laugh in hindsight.
bonyfish replied to your post: also livali was that you or maybe alia XD
that wasn’t me but i agree.
sometimes i want to draw a mermaid, but then i remember this song and this happens
by sometimes i mean every time
bonyfish replied to your post: The male gigalo sounds like me it’s really weird
okay so, I’m making a post about my body-image and if you’re not interested in that keep scrolling.
So I’m a queer-bodied person, I have no preference in terms of pronouns and don’t identify with either gender in any actual sense. However, my body-type is very feminine, I have a bust-waist-hip of 37;27;38 which is a pretty solid hourglass type deal. On the other hand I’m pretty slim and have narrow-shoulders so with the right combination of a sports bra and certain clothes I can become more comfortable.
I am read as a male nearly half of the time in social situations even in situations of continued contact people will call me young man and sir and this makes me feel good. However when I mention this to anybody who knows me they give me strange looks and inform me that I am very feminine and cannot possibly understand how I could be read as male so often.
There have been days when I leave my house and an hour or two later buy an entirely new outfit in order to be more comfortable and appear less feminine. When I try to discuss this with people other than one or two close friends I am told that I am being ridiculous, that I have a wonderful body and I should not be wasting it as such. When I came out to my mother as a lesbian she told me that would be fine as long as I never decided to switch genders and overall does not understand the concept of trans* people. I’m going to start actively dressing as a male when I feel as such to the point of binding my chest and wearing a packer but the case being that I am not male-identified it is difficult to find individuals even within the queer community who I feel comfortable discussing it with. I guess the point herein is that I need help, I need somebody to talk to about this thing in particular because I need some sort of validation of the things I am feeling and the internet is normally a good resource, so thats it, thats the whole story.
signal boosting because I am not so well versed in issues regarding this particular spectrum of the non-binary
because well my transition was like being hit with a train
help my friend out yeah?
bonyfish replied to your post: bonyfish replied to your photoset: The Sea World…
i wonder what the strange yet curious creature is telling that kid in its secret language. dolphins are scary, bro, you shouldn’t let them talk to kids.
Dolphins are now trying to take over children’s minds
this is a scary world
Also my professor has decided to lecture about art direction in a concepting class
bonyfish replied to your photoset: The Sea World website has some of the worst…
it sounds like they’re writing a fantasy novel and then switching to really casual kid-speak halfway through??
And like “ice creature”??? I’m pretty sure kids know what a whale is