Y’all I don’t know how #florespondence is spelled.
The passionfruit flower is like that one Project Runway designer that puts all of the details on one garment. (There’s always one). #florispondence
Happy #wenbiesday to les enbés, I love y’all 💋💋💋
HIV prevention PSA (tldr you can get PrEP for FREE)
if your reason for not being on PrEP (the pre-exposure prophylactic medicine that almost entirely prevents HIV from taking root in your body) is that it's too expensive, you should be aware that you are entitled to receive it 100% FREE OF COST to you via Gilead's "Advancing Access" program. Not only that, it's so easy to sign up I literally did it in line at the pharmacy when they told me I'd have to pay $3k for my script pickup.
There is no reason for you to pay ANY MONEY for PrEP.
Go sign up today: https://www.gileadadvancingaccess.com/copay-coupon-card
quote, "queer" as its own label and not an umbrella
"What Queerness Means To Me", by Asher - http://www.tranarchism.com/2011/07/07/what-queerness-means-to-me/
But my own angsty odyssey of identity isn’t really what I want to talk about. I want to talk about the word queer and the world of possibility it represents to me. Queer is a term which for me recaptures the unconstrained innocence of childhood, when best friends could all get married together and we could all be fairy princesses one day and firefighters the next.
Isn’t it weird that we’re all supposed to feel one way about friends, another about family, and another about lovers? Isn’t it strange that family is only determined by biology or sanctified by marriage and sealed with reproduction? Isn’t it odd that romance is supposed to be doomed without sex, and sex is considered pointless without romance? Isn’t it strange that we’re only supposed to feel one way about one person until death do us part?
Queerness, to me, is about far more than homosexual attraction. It’s about a willingness to see all other taboos broken down. [...]
#Gender is such a wider world than anyone will ever be able to see; it can take really getting to know someone to uncover what’s inside, and find out how they really break the expectations that have been placed on them. Playing with my presentation a little makes me feel good and more authentic to what’s inside; but for me, personally, who I am is mostly deep in my heart
@byttyrs pants historically were act sold as two separate tubes that you tied to a belt to make one "pair"! It took them a while to figure out how to do the seaming to fuse both legs into one object and also it was an aesthetic to have two different colored leg tubes so you'd buy them separately so you could mix and match.
I just have weird pants trivia so I wanted to share!
Source: costume history class in undergrad
your friendly neighborhood scarf witch. (She/her)
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