Jo. 33. Slytherdor or Slytherpuff depending on the day. INFJ. Madwoman with a Doric Column. Omnisexual, omniromantic, and sometimes gender ambivalent. Mildly annoyed. Welcome to my fandom, ooc, and misc. blog! Here be many things, but mostly Pacific Rim, Frozen, Queen's Blade, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, A Series of Unfortunate Events, assorted yuri and ecchi, perfume, jewelry, and tea stuff, and cats. Lots of cats.
For my Doctor who stuff, hit me up at askainleymaster.tumblr.com, where I roleplay Anthony Ainley's version of the Master and blog about all matters Whovian, with a special emphasis on the 1963-1989 years and the TV movie in 1996, also what is known as the classic series. Booyeah! Of course, Whovian stuff can also be found here, since it's a big part of my life.
I'm white, neuroatypical, pretty solidly middle class, and, of course, queer. I'm still trying to figure out gender identity and my relationship to it. I have severe anxiety and major depressive disorder, along with a bunch of other neurological things.
Pronouns: She and they.
It’s International Women’s Day here now so I want to give a shout out to all my disabled sisters
to the self diagnosed girls and the 10-drug-rounds-a-day girls
to the loud disabled girls and the girls who don’t verbalise
to the girls in recovery and the stimming girls
to the signing girls and the girls in hospital
to the girls in wheelchairs and the little girls
to the girls who stay in bed and the ticcing girls
to every disabled and ill girl
your experiences are valid, your words, however you express them, are important and you are absolutely fantastic
from my blog post about bi erasure, which also goes into a little bit of detail about the more sensual aspects of both the f/f romance and the f/m romance in my book.
By the way, all of me is my queer side and that last sentence should probably be reworded, but I’d rather amend than erase and pretend I never said it. (via shiraglassman)
I agree with all of this! I identified as lesbian for years because a biphobic friend told me I couldn’t be bisexual and I was a nervous and particularly impressionable, traumatized person in my early twenties. But I would much rather be seen as lesbian than as straight if people really must force my omnisexual self into a binary.
When I have money again, I want to commission someone to draw me some sexy, possibly explicit Chardee art. Anyone interested? This wouldn’t be for a few months, but I want it. :)