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Zoom sexualanomaly:

susubeann:

ayoojordan1810:

cupcakenik:

imsobklyn:

Wonder Woman ?

Forever reblog, cause my god she looks flawless

Those thighs

girl

Here for it.

sexualanomaly:

susubeann:

ayoojordan1810:

cupcakenik:

imsobklyn:

Wonder Woman ?

Forever reblog, cause my god she looks flawless

Those thighs

girl

Here for it.

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hey here’s an idea don’t reblog my selfie if i’m gonna be the darkest person on your blog

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Glossary (prod at me through the inbox if you think this list needs to be added to/ altered)

askanonbinary:

Last edited 4/1/2014

Afab: assigned female at birth

Agender: the experience of a lack of gender.

Alia or aliagender: A gender experience which is “other”, or stands apart from existing gender constructs

Amab: assigned male at birth

Androgyne: an androgynous gender experience, which may be neutral (lacking gendered traits), mixed (feeling a mix or jumble of gendered traits), or a gender experience which is completely separate

Androgynous: a style of presentation which is either neutral with regards to gendered markers/traits, or utilizes a mix of gendered markers/traits

Assigned sex: the sex assigned at birth (“male” or “female”).

Bigender: a gender which includes any two distinct gender experiences, either simultaneously or alternately

Binary sex: an oppressive social construct that fails to map on to biological reality.

Cafab: coercively assigned female at birth

Camab: coercively assigned male at birth

Cis (cisgender): identifying as the sex/gender combination one was assigned at birth

Demigirl: a gender experience which is composed partially of feeling female and partially of some other sort of gender experience.

Demiguy: a gender experience which is composed partially of feeling male and partially of some other sort of gender experience.

Dfab: designated female at birth

Dmab: designated male at birth

Dyadic: having a set of sexual characteristics which do not qualify as intersex

Faab: female assigned at birth

Gender identity: the subjective experience of gender which arises from growing up in a society in which gender is a thing. Gender is not (but can be influenced by and in turn influence) presentation, body type, assigned sex, clothing choice, sexual orientation, race, religion.

Gender presentation (or just presentation): the ways in which a person presents themselves to the world both controllable (clothes, hair, makeup) and not (body type, visible secondary sexual characteristics, voice, mannerisms). Presentation may be gender performance, or incidental, or uncontrollable, or borne out of convenience.

Genderfluid: a gender experience which changes in nature over time (sometimes a girl and sometimes neutral and sometimes agender, etc).

Genderflux: a gender experience which changes in degree over time (sometimes VERY GENDER and sometimes less gender).

Genderqueer: a gender experience which is queer in nature. Typically refers to gender experiences outside of the binary genders of ‘man’ and ‘woman. Genderqueer individuals may feel like neither men nor women, or both men and women, or something else entirely, or any combination thereof simultaneously, or some of these things some of the time.

Intergender: a gender experience mixing or being between binary male or female

Intersex: having  a set of sexual characteristics (karyotype, genital arrangement, reproductive system, natural hormone levels, secondary sexual characteristics, etc) which do not fit under binary sex classifications. Some intersex folks identify as cis, some identify as trans and may or may not be using transition resources.

Maab: male assigned at birth

Neutrois: the experience of a gender which sits neutrally in gender-space

Nonbinary: a gender experience which stands outside the binary genders of ‘man’ and ‘woman. Nonbinary individuals may feel like neither men nor women, or both men and women, or something else entirely, or any combination thereof simultaneously, or some of these things some of the time.

Oppression: the system of dehumanization, exploitation, and violence faced by marginalized peoples. This term can refer to the entire experience of marginalization, or to specific aspects of that experience, or the marginalization of an entire group as a whole.

Pangender: a gender which includes multiple, or possibly all, gender experiences

Social construct: Something made up by people and perpetuated by society. Social constructs can have real and far-reaching influence on our lives. For example, money is a social construct.

Trans (transgender):  identifying as something other than the sex/gender combination one was assigned at birth.

Trans men: men who are trans

Trans women: women who are trans

Trans*: exactly like trans except with an extra character. Many trans women feel excluded by the use of this symbol and as a result the mod of this blog has opted not to use it.

Transition: using resources, medical or otherwise, to present as something other than one’s assigned sex/gender

Transmisogyny: the intersection of misogyny and transphobia experienced by trans women and dmab trans folk

Transphobia: the oppression experienced by trans folk.

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mariavontraphouse:

Why can’t pants fit my waist and my thigh

Why do I always have to choose

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rapunzelie:

do you ever feel like there’s just so many pretty girls but most dudes are just subpar like there are radiant goddesses everywhere and just piles and piles of guys in backwards baseball caps and sandals

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thesparkler:

beautiful spirals in nature

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psiioniic:

lifes too short to pretend to hate pop music

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ryeisenberg:

Disney Slimmed Down An Iconic Figure, And Here’s Why That Was A Really Awful Thing To Do

"Wasn’t it enough that they made you a witch? That you were already beyond the bounds of their franchise royalty? They expected little girls to recoil from the wicked inside your laugh, when instead, they worshiped your honesty.

Ursula, I don’t want you cut down into bite-sized pieces.

You weren’t easy to swallow for a reason.”

melissamaynase performs “Dear Ursula” for buttonpoetry

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Zoom fyblackwomenart:

Starry eyes and french fries by GDBee
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