i mean most of this is rubbish but i try

ask away   submit to me   Hannah, 18. Pan, ace, they/them or she/her. I very rarely make my own posts but I tag pretty much everything; enjoy!

WHEN ONE IS EXPECTING

imyourdestinymotherfucker:

Today, I bought this book (for my sister, lets clarify that now ‘cause the only way I’m going anywhere near sperm is if I fall into a vat of it):

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BUT WAIT

THIS:

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IS:

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SOME:

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OF THE BRILLIANT:

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STUFF IT HAS IN IT:

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— 21 hours ago with 55311 notes
#omg  #funny  #long post 
thedevilwearssneakers asked: wheeeeeeeeeere are you are you on vacation or something you lucky duck


Answer:

I haven’t been away yet, but I am on holidays
I’ve just been busy doing stuff, Tumblr has had to take a back seat

— 2 days ago

324b21-clone:

missdontcare-x:

You know Emmy fucked up when more people are talking about the fact Tatiana Maslany didn’t get nominated than the actual nominees!

12 hours later: 245 articles on Maslany’s Emmy snub

(via argenterica)

— 1 week ago with 3096 notes
#jfc  #why was she not nominated?????  #what were they thinking  #were they even thinking  #fandom  #people  #tatiana maslany  #emmy 

breelandwalker:

eldritchlunch:

grilledcheese4evr:

PRO TIP: watching “how it’s made” is SUCH a good way to combat an anxiety attack! There’s soothing music, a soothing narrator who’s intonation never changes (narrators never yell or change their speaking pace), it’s engaging enough to keep you occupied but doesn’t force you to think too hard!

also sometimes the narrator makes bad puns

Archive of How It’s Made Episodes on Project Free TV

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— 1 week ago with 97801 notes
#resources  #anxiety  #things 

infinitelyeverlark:

001. Toxic | Melanie Martinez

I took a sip from a devil’s cup
Slowly
It’s taking over me 

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— 1 week ago with 234554 notes
#this is so pretty wow  #music  #audio  #scopophobia cw  #stuff 
lunulata:

Wait gotta show off the side view for Full Rainbow. 

lunulata:

Wait gotta show off the side view for Full Rainbow. 

(via lunulata)

— 1 week ago with 46 notes
#omg  #scopophobia cw  #people  #wow 

n-ori:

Misty Mountains (Violin Instrumental) 

Composer: Howard Shore

Arrangement: Taylor Davis

Film: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)

KAT

#oh god oh god oh god #I CAN JUST SEE THE AFTERMATH OF BOFA #THE CAMERA PANNING OVER THE FALLEN #AND THIS IS PLAYING

(Source: fuckyeahmusicfromfilms, via katieofasgard)

— 1 week ago with 20921 notes
#music  #fandom  #hobbit  #scopophobia cw  #audio  #oh boy 

tardis-scooter:

Suggested asexual version of “Fuck, Marry, Kill”:

Cuddle
Date
Incinerate

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— 1 week ago with 5453 notes
#omfg  #swears cw  #yes good  #myah  #this is probably more accurate fo  #**for me tbh 

shamelesslyunladylike:

Lemme tell you all a brief funny story.

Back when I was a teenager, I was having some light metrorrhagia. Which means sometimes I bled a little bit outside of my menstrual period. Not much, just a little bit.

I knew periods tend to be a bit messed up in teenagers, but the occasional spotting bothered me, so I went to see a gyno, who was recommended to me by my girlfriend at the time.

The gyno was a young woman, looked like the was on her late 20s or her early 30s, so she wasn’t some old-timer with deep-ingrained horrible prejudices. But she was lesbophobic as fuck, regardless. Only at the time I didn’t realize that, because I was really young and fucking naive. Point is, the woman was terribly uncomfortable by the presence of a naked teenage fuzzy-legged lesbian on her table. Troughout the whole appointlent she kept talking about how hetero she was. She talked about her boyfriend and about how much she liked men. She bantered about how she didn’t understand how can a woman be a lesbian when dick is so good. She assured me that she never ever even thought about feeling attracted to another woman, not even a little bit, because she was 100% heterosexual no homo not even a bit of homo.

I didn’t even know the word “lesbophobia” back then, and on my naked-and-laying-on-a-metal-table position, I didn’t feel like arguing with the woman who I was paying to poke around my vagina. I remember just thinking she was terribly insecure.

Until the gave me my diagnosis.

She said I wasn’t normal. That I was “hormonally imbalanced” and “masculinized” and “hirsute”, and that if I didn’t do something about it RIGHT NOW it would just get worse and worse and by the time I was 40 I would have male pattern balding and full-blown chest hair. And also that I’d die of cancer, diabetes, heart disease and have a stroke all at the same time. She then recommended me a very high dose of estradiol. Y’know estradiol, right? The shit they give post-menopausal women and that they use for HRT on trans women. That stuff. Not even contraceptives, just straight up estradiol. Because I wasn’t feminine enough, and it HAD to be fixed.

She also wanted me to take another medication to reduce my body hair. She was really freaked out about my body hair, said it was “abnormal” and that “no one would want to date me”. She appeared to be specially disgusted by the slightly coarser, darker fuzz around my nipples and my bellybutton. I had the good sense to refuse to take this one.

I did take the estradiol for two years though, believing that I would fucking die or at least become a balding, hairy man if I did not. The gyno said it was likely that I would have to take hormones for the rest of my fertile lifetime, and I was pretty much resigned to that. But then the side effects started, and it was MY turn to freak out.

First of all, I’ve always been pretty flat-chested. I have small boobs. I had them even smaller before, but few months after I got on hormones they pretty much DOUBLED their size, and that shit freaked me out to a level I didn’t expect. It was like I had some sort of alien growth on my chest, it was like they were not mine, they were not supposed to be there. I did not want them. I did not like one bit the way the medication altered my body, but on my follow-up appointments, the gyno said my discomfort was normal, because it was like a “second puberty” and now I was finally going to be a woman. On the following months I also experienced several problems on my digestive system, some fucked-up mood swings, migraines, muscle cramps and frequent outbursts of candidiasis. Worst part, it didn’t even help with my periods, it just made them heavier, and also gave me painful cramps that lasted for days.

But I kept taking that shit - through intramuscular, oily injections that made me dizzy and nauseated on the day I took them - for two years. Because my doctor said I should, and doctors know what they’re talking about, right?

Eventually I ended up in the hospital because of my digestive system problems. Not gonna go into much detail, but after three different doctors probing my asshole, a lot of different medication that didn’t work and a ton of exams that just let to them saying “eh, we don’t know WTF is happening to your guts”, I thought that maybe. MAYBE. I should lay off the hormones. I had researched a little bit and hey, turns out that too much estrogen in your system does fuck up a lot of things!

Long story short, I’ve been off estradiol for a few years now, and I can poop normally again. Also, I have normal periods. And my boobs shrunk a little, but not to their original size, and it still feels weird as fuck to have them.

Further research also showed me that pumping a fuckton of hormones on a teenage girl because she “looks manly” is absolutely horrible. Also, my unknown vaginal bleeding at the time should’ve been another reason to NOT take hormones, because it could be a condition that could be made worse by extra female hormone in my system. That gyno was terribly irresponsible.

But above all, she was terribly lesbophobic. Because she saw a gender non-conforming young lesbian and her first priority was not her health and well-being, but making her more feminine and socially acceptable.

And you guys still wonder WHY I’m wary as fuck about this whole medical transition thing? Wonder why the idea of teenagers being put on hormones makes me want to flip my desk? Yeah, there surely are doctors who are not gonna work based on their own prejudices, but how are you gonna know? I didn’t. I was too young and too ignorant and honestly believed this doctor was doing what was best for me.

I mean, yeah, this is just a personal anecdote. But I wonder, how many GNC girls can a single lesbophobic doctor screw over? And how did we get to a point where we apparently forgot that hormones are fucking serious and can seriously fuck up your body? Feels pretty hard to trust another gyno after that. Or the medical industry as a whole.

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— 1 week ago with 350 notes
#things  #swears cw  #lesbophobia  #jfc  #gross g r o s s  #gender  #medical malpractice  #hormones 
durkin62:

We still haven’t even gotten past the 19th century yet around here. 

durkin62:

We still haven’t even gotten past the 19th century yet around here. 

(Source: cartoonpolitics, via elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey)

— 1 week ago with 93594 notes
#science  #sigh  #things  #scopophobia ??  #comics  #jfc 

capitolhillofficial:

capitolhillofficial:

Dragons are henceforth a feminist icon. You’re no longer allowed to participate in the appreciation of dragons and dragons in culture unless you’re totally down for helping the equality movement. 

Anti-feminist blogs are mad about this post so everyone should reblog it.

(Source: officialfolgers, via elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey)

— 1 week ago with 122001 notes
#yes good  #feminism  #dragons 

slutformisha:

un-feuilly-de-papier:

un-feuilly-de-papier:

What do french people call a really bad thursday?

a trajeudi

update: if you tell this joke to someone living in france they will refuse to look at you

(via cleolinda)

— 1 week ago with 75432 notes
#puns  #omfg  #soph  #amazing