1. mercurykiss:

    gentlemanbones:

    camerapits:

    themiracleofmusic:

    oh.

    Actually, I think the kid is playing Minecraft. Which is essentially digital Legos.

    Two generations of creative people, just different methods of expression. Let’s not shit on the digital age as much, ‘eh?

    You know what’s great about Minecraft?

    You don’t get lacerations from stepping on it.

    You know what’s great about legos?

    Your shit doesn’t get blown up because a green penis snuck up on you.

    (via pankirigiri)

     

  2. quit ableist language

    skinkking:

    alternatives to ableist slurs (that still sound casual):

    Read More

    (via birthdaypartymonstar)

     

  3. tennants-hair:

    lokean-nomad:

    nothingbecomingsomething:

    weightlesslives:
    Posting on Tumblr is like talking to your cat. You don’t know if they are listening, and you don’t know if they care, but for some reason, it still helps.
    This might be the most accurate thing I’ve read ever

    And sometimes they attack you completely unprovoked.

    That too

    (via leolaniliamay)

     

  4. autisticsniper:

    reminder that everyone in tf2 is trans. yes. all of them. 

     

  5. reblog if you are a NERD who loves DRAGONS

    (Source: peachdoxie, via leolaniliamay)

     
  6. animeadult:

    for-transmen:

    If you’ve been looking to bind, whether you’re transgender, non-binary, or a cosplayer, you’ve probably come across binders like these on Ebay, Amazon, or AliExpress. Usually they’re called E.V.A, SHO, Whatwears, or Ancient Fish King brands, all of which are apparently, interchangeable with each other. Ross is here to tell you that these chest binders are not much of a step up from ace bandages, which in case you hadn’t known already, are the worst thing you can do to bind your chest. So here’s the run down, from least bad to worst.

    Why is a chest binder for a lesbian?

    First off, the sellers are usually misinformed about why someone would use a chest binder is needed just from how they title them. Why would Lesbians want a chest binder (outside of cosplay?)? I don’t know, but most of these listings have lesbian in the name, suggesting that chest binders are for girls, not men or nonbinary. This right there should be a warning sign of a company that doesn’t know what they are doing.

    It's too tight!

    The strapless binders’ model is wearing the wrong size for their chest. Their breast is popping out over the top of the binder, and I can personally say that with that binder, it is very, very, painful if you have a larger chest. After about 20 minutes, bruising and chaffing will occur, especially to those with larger chests or are heavier. In the worst case scenario, the breast will rip or pop as if it were cut with a knife.

    These materials are not good

    Look at the materials used. These chest binders do not have any or enough stretchy material in them. Elastic or spandex is the best. On the ones that do have spandex, they don’t mention how much there is in the binder. This is an enormous, bright, flashing sign that the binder is NOT safe. Just how bad is it? Ace bandages likely have more elastic than these binders do, and the ace bandages can still kill you if they don’t maim you. A binder is supposed to stretch, be easily manipulated, and you must be able to take a full breath in them. I’ve bought and used two different types binders from Ebay not knowing any better, and I could barely take a breath at all. I did get larger and larger sizes, and with the same result. Putting it simply, their binders could be falling off of you because they are too big and still would not be safe. 

    Now I can’t show you in a picture about the next part, but what’s probably the worst about these binders is that their ‘binding’ material goes all the way around the binder. Your binder should NOT have this unless it is made to correct back posture. Sports bras can, but that is better for again, correcting back posture. So not only will you be binding your chest, but you’ll be binding your ribs, back, and shoulders as well. This can warp them and damage the tissue. 

    So what does a good binder look like? I’m going to use the binder I’ve had the best experience with as an example. The Ultimate Chest Binder Tank by underworks. I’ve bought two of these as I’ve needed them, I wore out my old one after a year and a half of use daily including at work.

    So, straight off from the site, we know this seller is knowledgeable about their target audience. Chest binders are under the men’s section and you never see the word lesbian on any of them. The only thing marked for women under the chest binder section is a sports bra, put there because transgender men often use them for working out.

    YES! Good binder!

    The information section on the binder isn’t just two or three lines, it’s a whole paragraph. What is this binder made of? Medical grade 70% nylon and 30% spandex knit. It says it right there and is readily available information, you don’t have to dig through the seller’s ads for cheap wholesale jewelry in the description to find it. The listing also tells us how much of each material is used, information you must have when buying a chest binder. My personal rule of thumb? If it’s under 20% spandex or elastic, it’s trash. Our listing also tells us how to put the binder on, rather than making you struggle to figure it out on your own. Size chart and customer reviews are readily available on the listing and not buried under ads for other unrelated merchandise. 

    Also from looking at the binder’s pictures, the front and back of the binder is made differently; the front is thicker and non transparent while the back can bee seen through a bit and is thin in comparison. This is because the front of the binder is made to compress and bind the chest and the back of the binder is not. All the binding is in the front, support in the back. 

    Please, know the difference between an unsafe binder and a safe one. Save your money and avoid ones found on ebay. Can’t afford a binder still? There are programs for people who cannot buy one on their own or it is unsafe for them to buy one. One such I know of is the In a Bind program, they have fantastic service if a bit slow delivery time. Remember, this program is only for transgender men and nonbinary, cosplayers will have to go elsewhere or outright buy a binder.

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU

    i’m sorry i don’t usually comment on posts but i keep trying to tell people this over and over again and a lot of the time nobody listens (hopefully they will now because this is an excellently constructed post)

    an ebay binder pushed in one of my ribs and i barely wore it for any time at all (just less than an hour for convenience in my own backyard) because i knew it was bad but it seriously injured me that quickly.

    the biggest problem is most people who give these things positive reviews have NEVER HAD A SAFE, PROPER BINDER BEFORE. therefore those positive reviews cannot be trusted! they don’t know how an actual binder is supposed to feel.

    this is why i urge people not to include cheap ebay binders in their giveaways, especially. it’s not a game and it doesn’t matter how “safe” you are when using them or how well you advise people- they are NOT SAFE.

    don’t harm people by trying to make it seem like it’s okay just because you want a couple more followers or to give something away because it’s cheap.

    (via littlenonbinarythings)

     

  7. nemesismess:

    if you have school tomorrow

    image

    (via pankirigiri)

     
  8. theatresource:

    The Idealists - Broadway MBTI

    Idealists are abstract in speech and cooperative in pursuing their goals. Their greatest strength is diplomatic integration. Their best developed intelligence role is eithermentoring (Counselors and Teachers) or advocacy (Healers and Champions).

    As the identity-seeking temperament, Idealists long for meaningful communication and relationships. They search for profound truths hidden beneath the surface, often expressing themselves in metaphor. Focused on the future, they are enthusiastic about possibilities, and they continually strive for self-renewal and personal growth.

    Idealists strive to discover who they are and how they can become their best possible self — always this quest for self-knowledge and self-improvement drives their imagination - and Idealists yearn to help others make the journey too.

    Interests: Idealists tend to study the humanities. They seek careers facilitating the personal growth of others, whether through education, counseling, or other pursuits that promote the happiness and fulfillment of individuals and society.

    Orientation: The lives of Idealists are guided by their devotion to their personal ethics.[1] They are altruistic, taking satisfaction in the well-being of others. They believe in the basic goodness of the world and of the people in it. They take a holistic view toward suffering and misfortune, regarding them as part of a larger, unknowable truth, a mystical cause-and-effect. With an eye toward the future, they view life as a journey toward a deeper spiritual knowledge.

    Self-image: The Idealists’ self-esteem is rooted in empathetic action; their self-respect in their benevolence; and their self-confidence in their personal authenticity.

    Values: The emotions of Idealists “are both easily aroused and quickly discharged.”[2] Their general demeanor is enthusiastic. They trust their intuition and yearn for romance. They seek deeper self-knowledge and want to be understood for who they are behind the social roles they are forced to play. They aspire to wisdom that transcends ego and the bounds of the material world.

    Social roles: Idealists seek mutuality in their personal relationships. Romantically, they want a soulmate with whom they can share a deep spiritual connection. As parents, they encourage their children to form harmonious relationships and engage in imaginative play. In their professional and social lives, Idealists strive to be catalysts of positive change.

    (via myersandbriggs)

     

  9. So I still have half of my summer work regarding 1984 to do and school is tomorrow

    I have two options:

    a) Stay up until I finish it, or
    b) Wake up at 3:30am to finish it

    Which should I do?

     
  10. aangry-prick:

    princeofmints:

    tabbyborym:

    sevenpointedspiral:

    vincentvanghostly:

    frankenstella:

    vincentvanghostly:

    frankenstella:

    the-fletcher-memorial-home:

    nothingbutskeletons:

    skepticalporcupine:

    spookersmcskelly:

    Thank mr skeltal

    thank mr skeltal

    thank mr skeltal

    thank mr skeltal

    thank mr skeltal

    thank mr skeletal

    I think you mean skeltal

    DAMN IT

    thank mr skeltal

    thank mr skeltal

    thank mr skeltal

    thank mr skeltal

    thank mr skeltal

    (Source: super-greenmario)

     

  11. joetheblogger:

    senketsus:

    listen here, you outdated meme

    image

    (via seilfie)

     

  12. It’s hitting me right now that I have school tomorrow

    There’s thunder and lightning outside

    I feel physically sick

    I’m on the verge of crying

    What’s wrong with me?

     
  13. genderoftheday:

    Today’s gender of the day is: Shrek

    Tagged #shrek
     

  14. skeptikhaleesi:

    • Abusers can do nice things for people they are not abusing.
    • Abusers can do nice things for people that they are abusing.
    • Abusers can otherwise seem like nice, caring, supportive people when they are not actively abusing someone.
    • It does not mean they’re not fucking abusers.

    (via maw150)

     

  15. shouldnt:

    THE FACT THAT THE AMERICAN PEDIATRIC SOCIETY TOLD AMERICAN SCHOOL SYSTEMS THAT TEENS SHOULD NOT BE UP BEFORE 8:30 AND ONLY 15% OF SCHOOLS LISTENED ANGERS ME SO MUCH

    (via seilfie)