“Women stand by Sailor Moon today because it respected them, enriched them, and entertained them when others refused to — others that have not changed much in the 23 years since the manga debuted.”— A wonderful Comics Alliance article about the revival of Sailor Moon (via softwaring)
i have to give serious consideration to my depression aesthetic for fall
it’s gonna be that kind of time
i keep having very brief very strong i want to stop existing moments and think about going to the hospital and try to make it seem real so i’ll do it
not ‘cause i want to but bc i’m worried i’m just killing time until i get that low
just dragging it out
and if that’s the case it’s maybe better to call code on it now, you know? i’m being really stupid and i definitely don’t care about my life rn and like if that’s where it’s gonna end i should stop myself from doing more damage
A transgender woman was murdered just steps away from her home in North Memphis on Friday night. Alejandra Leos was shot in the 1600 block of Berkshire…
7 Trans Women of Color; all killed during the season that holds Pride Month. The queer community is still abuzz with the last vestiges of the season that promises parades, alcohol, and ‘a freedom to be you.’ So often, the larger LGBTQ “community,” has this idea that we’re all equally policed for being a part of this population. Without doubt, the summer of 2014 has proven that this is not the case.
…are the names of the 7 women that have fallen this season before Alejandra; and there is no protest for them. They are the silent-fallen that have fallen silent. There is an epidemic of trans female genocide; a cure to this maddening, tragic plague has yet to be seen.
Please #RememberAlejandra. If we continue to brush over the victimization of TWoC then again and again these beautiful lives will be cut short; again and again, #GirlsLikeUs will be made victims of hatred.
hey if any of you who know me (mutual follow or better) wouldn’t mind texting w/me (or also apparently talking on google hangouts, or also no matter where you are, if you have iMessage, we’re good to go) lemme know? I’m in a weird place & am just, yeah. I’m not somehow alone in the world, which is cool, but also talking to someone would be cool. anyways!! lemme know.
also okay but really though. Issa Lish & her head in profile, like a rounded square with a chin, long skinny neck head too big for it bad posture me me same same i love her!!
but also more evidence i have a look my personality doesn’t match with. but, that’s not a huge problem to have? like, she’s gorgeous. she’s not a tiny fairy and neither am i, though i am in my head. but i needn’t be, and the world won’t end? maybe.
i wish i had therapy every day. today i cried and expressed emotion and was really not thrilled with it but, the goal isn’t to make me be thrilled, it is in fact to make me uncomfortable, so. woohoo?
In the Wicked fandom, we don’t say I love you, we solemnly sing the lyrics of ”For Good” to our special someone and I think that’s beautiful.
ATTN yousaytheydontcare, shout out to that time you made me listen to this and I had a stereotypical virgo/parental emotional abuse survivor heart of steel response to it, and also to you being a total special someone, even if not in the sense the OP probably meant it
&, bb, remember that the op is taking a song about REALLY IMPORTANT LIFE-CHANGING FRIENDSHIP & applying it to romantic relationships, or, if that’s what they meant they are. which is fine! i get it. like, sure!
but, *your* meaning is in alignment with the meaning of the song. Elphaba and Galinda are unlikely yet actually totally likely (ambitious hyper talented girls who don’t quite fit where they are, in different ways) bff’s who have to separate ultimately because each realizes how amazing the other’s potential is, and that she needs to go in another direction to fulfill it.
they are an amazing example of how every girl and/or (like including if applicable but not automatically included, in case not applicable for any given person, also in *no* way limited to) girl-socialized person should treat others who are as such, or should strive for.
before this becomes a mini wine-fueled essay about Wicked, um, ily, &, hi!