dating me would involve:
- bed all day
- sexy time
- tv shows
Things people need to not do:
- Add “ed” to the end of words such as: Transgendered, agendered, bigendered, (if you wouldn’t say girled or boyed then why would you for other genders?)
- Say that Genderqueer is an umbrella term. (genderqueer is a specific gender.)
- Say that any nonbinary gender is a subset of genderqueer. (for the reason stated above)
- Call all nonbinary people “enbies” (not everyone is okay with that)
Genderqueer IS an umbrella term, though.
Yes, you can identify as just genderqueer (like myself - I identify as just genderqueer for the sake of simplicity since my gender identity shifts a lot and changing labels too often gets confusing) but it is, by definition, an umbrella term including the non-binary gender identities: Agender, bigender, trigender, genderfluid, third gender, and probably a few more I can’t think of right now.
No, not everyone who is non-binary is genderqueer, but it is, in fact, an umbrella term including multiple gender identities.
first of all how dare you
this is getting out of hand!
Oh Marius, if only you had friends tomorrow morning.
second of all hOW DARE YOU
oH FUCK IT GOT WORSE
my favorite part of checking the weather in the morning is the sad, bitter comment that’s always posted beside the forecast like the weatherman just fucking gave up on everything
BUT IT’S COLD ON MARS
"A coworker asked for my number the other day. My friends overheard and said: ‘He must have a thing for Indians.’ I was like, ‘Or maybe I’m just really fucking cool.’"
is she ok
it looks like her organs are being crushed
that doesn’t look healthy
Guys who shave their legs are weird.
Guys who don’t shave their legs are weird.
Guys are weird.
I want one.
This is a real article. Not by the Onion.
Somebody actually said these things and wrote these words.
"IT’S NOT MY FAULT THAT I DIDN’T KNOW GAYS WERE REAL PEOPLE! THEY SHOULD HAVE TOLD ME!"
I’m sorry about your loss. You have my condolences and your partner’s father will be in my thoughts and in my heart.
Death is the subject I’ve thought the most about and I’ve always tried to come up with things to say to people who’ve lost someone. The truth is that there is nothing to say.
Death is the one thing we all have in common. The inevitable end to the labyrinth of struggles and hardships that is life.
If you believe in an afterlife you may find comfort in the fact that the dead are in a better place. But, most likely, that won’t be any comfort at all.
We are all terribly selfish creatures and even though the dead may be in a better place we grieve because we want them here and we want them now.
But the grief and the pain and the sorrows will pass and the sky will clear and we will all move on, just like the dead would want us to.
Honour the dead as best you can, in the best ways you know how.
Gods be with us all.