hange’s like “dear diary, today was a gold star day; I broke levi for the eleventh time”
i think levi wanted to laugh but he hasn’t in so long that his brain just shut down
Espresso: Describe your usual morning routine.
Wake up. Hiss at the fact that I have to get up. Get up. Start coffee machine. Bath room. Get coffee. Read something. Try to figure out if someone’s up for breakfast with me while getting more coffee. Eat with them or alone. Try to figure out what the hell was planned for the day. Coffee. The day may come at me. Maybe.
— something like that.
Doppio: List two of your dream travel locations and why.
Hamburg Hmmm, places where I haven’t been yet but really want to go… I’d really like to see Tokyo? Lemme be animanga fangirl for a sec and say that I just really want to see all those places. And then I’d flee to the cooler part of Japan because ewww cities and ewww people. Maybe Okinawa or Hokkaido.
Location no.2 would be Ireland. My sister was there, but mainly in Dublin, and again I’d probably flee the city after some sight-seeing, because what I really want to see is the countryside. Then I wouldn’t care at all where I am.
anyone please ask your crush out like this
The thrilling answer
and the awkward stupidity continues
baseball dude emails ghost boy to study together in the library
bored with airplanes
But perhaps most of all, what MTF spectrum trans people can offer feminism is a very different and far more empowering perspective on femininity. Over the years, many feminists have argued that femininity undermines women, or that it’s purposefully designed to subordinate women to men. Such a view no doubt stems from the experiences of those women who have felt that the expectation of femininity has been forced upon them against their will. But those of us on the MTF spectrum who have had the reciprocal experience—of inexplicably being inclined or compelled to express femininity that we were taught to avoid or repress—cannot so easily dismiss femininity as an artifice whose sole purpose is to devalue and disempower women. Because we come to embrace our own femininity *for ourselves* rather than to appease others, we are able to appreciate the many ways in which femininity can be freeing and empowering for those who gravitate toward it on their own. Many of us reject all the inferior meanings and connotations that others project into femininity—that it is weak, artificial, frivolous, demure, and passive—because for us, there has been no act more bold and daring than embracing our own femininity. In a world that is awash in antifeminine sentiment, we understand that embracing and empowering femininity can potentially be one of the most transformative and revolutionary acts imaginable.
A super girly and peppy blonde girl who wears bright pink dresses and skirts everyday is best friends with a quiet goth girl who of course sports all black clothing and big lace up boots. Someone jokes and yells to them “Hey look, a fairy and a vampire!” The blonde turns around and flashes a fanged grin and says “She’s human actually.”