eunbihwang:

eunbihwang:

yerin loves pretty girls 🌺🌸

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chillxmami:

If your gf/bf/bff needs reassurance on how you feel, just give it to them. We’re humans and go through shit. It’s nice to feel wanted.

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heliolisk:

as someone who comes from a family that hand washes all our dishes imagine my shock when I realized when white people complained about washing dishes they were really complaining about sticking some dishes in a machine

My bestest positive vibes being sent your way …

My bestest positive vibes being sent your way ✨

Thank yooouuu! 💞

Came out of it significantly better than most past experiences with general anesthesia this time so aside from a sore mouth & a scratchy throat all’s pretty well now 😌

– Skully 💀

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marceddy:

when people are really rude and douchey and everyone still loves them

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nct-jh:

It’s interesting how everyone sleeps differently, like, some people sleep on their side, some people sleep on their bellies and i’ve noticed a lot of people sleep on monsta x

Heyyy, soooo I know I only check in here every…

Heyyy, soooo I know I only check in here every so often , buuuut I’m havin dental surgery under general anesthesia in the afternoon, so may be another little bit before I’m back on a regular basis 💞

(Also, if anyone wants to leave some luck or good vibes or whatnot in the inbox for me, you’re of course more than welcome)

– Skully 💀

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doingmeananxiet-moving:

Not sure if you really like the name you’ve chosen for yourself?

Use it when the barista at Starbucks asks for your name.

This is what I recommend to any trans*/nb person (or just anyone who wants to change their name).

The biggest problem for me when changing my name was it felt like I was betraying my parents. It felt wrong at first, because my parents had chosen my other name, and now here I was replacing it. Of course, a few friends of mine used my new name, but it just felt like a nickname.

So one day I gave the name Ashton to the barista. I was with some friends who don’t know about my gender identity, so I got a weird look, but it didn’t even come up in conversation later. That was the first huge sigh of relief. The second came when the barista called out my drink. I got up and took it like usual, but then I stopped. It didn’t even cross my mind that that wasn’t the name I was used to hearing. It just felt natural.

So if you’re unsure about your preferred name, treat yourself to some Starbucks.

(NOTE: This can apply to anyone who wants to change their name, they don’t have to be a member of the LGBTQA+ community)

hadasaaah:If you see any #droptheb bullshit ju…

hadasaaah:

If you see any #droptheb bullshit just know it’s people from 4chan trying to piss everyone off and make us fight! We should have #bipansolidarity

Just a warning in case anyone sees this tag. We work together, and won’t let trolls divide us, yeah? Bi/Pan solidarity is good!