29. Queer, cis, submissive femme. She/her/hers.

Feminisms. Old movies. Occasional drawings. Random videos. Sexuality. Bats. Vampires. Batgirl. Gifs of bunnies flopping over. Ridiculous old pictures of myself being ridiculous. Queer stuff. Pictures of my cat. Lots of pictures of bunnies, actually.

That's pretty much it.
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honestly, this is so important though. at 18, i had been depressed for so long that i was afraid of what would happen if it were to get treatment. “if this part of me goes away, who am i? will i still be the same me?” i was legitimately afraid of getting help for myself. your depression may shape you, but it doesn’t define you.



Let me repeat that, in case you weren’t clear: getting help - therapy, medication, self-care - does NOT mean losing creativity. I know too many fabulous creative people who lose themselves and their art to this nonsense.

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golddays said: Squid made me fall in love with torties.

good! torties (along with black cats, with which they overlap) are underadopted, because they aren’t “cute” in accepted ways (blegh) and because they don’t perform the same way and people don’t want to take the time/do the work to understand their needs. torties have a (deserved) reputation for being aloof, difficult to pair, shy, and otherwise not “gratifying” and so when they’re not just being overlooked at shelters et al they are very very frequently returned to shelters or abandoned by people who think cats are toys/accessories/there to stroke their egos rather than living beings who require, like all living beings, a relationship of mutual care, aka work. for these reasons lots of torties (and black cats) also have behavioral/emotional issues as a result of serial abandonment, abuse, loneliness, etc. so they are further marginalized. adopt torties! it’s important. adopt them for life! all pet adoptions are forever adoptions.

also adopt older cats, fat cats, cats with special needs—all of which is Squids. squids raise awareness!!

(I personally much prefer older and more mellow cats anyway, I think they are better to live with, and they really need us to adopt them. also I love having an aloof/weird/mellow cat because when they love you it’s sooo gratifying.)

Also, while I was dicking around on youtube looking for that Julie Andrews video, I discovered that this got posted.

So if you were wondering what my voice sounds like, or if I am, in fact, pale enough to blend in to a white backdrop, this answers those questions.

It also shows you how to tie your Little Petal convertable dress to look like you have a cape.