do you ever like a fictional character so much you actually get jealous when other people say they like them
if you’re sad just watch these gifs over and over and over and over again
My boys dancing.
Jared’s sassy shoulder shake.
Don’t say I never made your day better.
having an unpopular otp more like
*devil appears on your shoulder* hey man….why even bother with lineart….just clean up the sketch….no one has to know…..
I want to live in a world where its okay to wield huge swords
i accidentally showed some weakness earlier today it was disgusting i would not recommend it
Loving your body isn’t conceited
Feeling proud of yourself doesn’t make you a narcissist
Giving yourself credit for something won’t make you lose motivation to keep bettering yourself
Caring about your own happiness isn’t shallow
Putting your recovery first isn’t selfish
my favourite thing ever
It never occurred to me before that Dean hadn’t seen his Mom on the ceiling. His Dad probably told him how she’d been killed but the reality had been left to his imagination. Then suddenly he runs into Sam’s room and for the first time, he’s able to see for real what he’d thought about all his life. And it’s even worse than he’d ever imagined.
What did I just see? I… I DIDN’T KNOW I NEEDED THIS GIFSET IN MY LIFE
“No one gets left behind. Not while I’m in charge.”
Ashley Williams and Kaidan Alenko for the lovely twistedsinews
i’ll make a huge masterpost, here you go!
- hetero- = applies to opposite gender*
- homo- = applies to same gender*
- bi = applies to two genders
- a- = applies to no gender
- demi- =applies to one, some, or all genders only after forming a personal bond with person of said gender
- poly- = applies to many genders
- pan- = applies to all genders
- -sexual = experiences sexual, but not necessarily romantic, attraction for prefix gender/s
- -romantic = experiences romantic, but not necessarily sexual, attraction for prefix gender/s
- transgender = not identifying as (or solely as) born physical sex**
- cisgender = identifies as born physical sex**
- MtF / MtF trans = born male***, is currently female
- FtM / FtM trans = born female***, is currently male
- genderfluid = switches between male and female
- agender = does not conform to any labeled gender [also referred to as genderless, nongendered]
- bigender = is simultaneously two differing genders
- third gender = associates with a gender that is not male or female
- nonbinary = does not identify as strictly “male” or “female”
- binary = does identify as strictly “male” or “female”
- DFAB = designated female at birth [also referred to as AFAB, FAAB]
- DMAB = deignated male at birth [also referred to as AMAB, MAAB]
- transphobia = negative or hateful behaviour toward any type of transgender identity. this does not mean that it is transphobic to dislike someone who is transgender, simply that it is, of course, transphobic to dislike someone because they are transgender. other examples of blatant transphobia include purposely misgendering someone, using slurs [see terms to avoid using], or withholding any sort of rights because of someone’s gender identity. however, there are many things that people view as transphobic that really aren’t, for example, accidentally misgendering someone, not wanting to have sex with someone because of their physical anatomy, etc. it’s really not black and white, so honestly don’t trust just anyone on this site who says you’re transphobic or not.
- why do you put an asterisk on trans*? - personally, i use the asterisk because i feel without it, trans generally refers to binary people, and as a nonbinary individual i really prefer using it because it includes moi in the umbrella of “transgender”. yes, there is a LOT of debate about this, so please don’t simply take my word on whether you should use it or not. do your research and decide for yourself whether you believe it’s appropriate (i’m not going to get into details about it on here)
* = assuming said person conforms to a binary gender
** = excluding intersex individuals, who are born physically between male and female
*** = when i say “born (gender)” i am referring to solely physical anatomy. understand that many transgender individuals ARE born as the gender they identify as (that is to say, they may have been physically one gender at birth, but were psychologically another their entire life, though they may not have identified/presented as such), but for convenience purposes i have written it as “born (gender)”
also, important terms to avoid using:
- transgendered, cisgendered - the “ed” is really irritating. “transgender” is not a verb. you do not transgender in the past tense. we are not transgendering. instead: transgender, cisgender
- trans*misogyny, trans*woman, trans*person - the asterisk, when used with suffixes, is exclusionary and rather offensive. i’m not going to get into details but basically the asterisk is only appropriate for use on the words trans* on its own (yes, whether that is right or not is up for debate. personally, i am in favour of the asterisk when used correctly). instead: transmisogyny, transwoman, trans person
- transgenders, genderfluids, nonbinaries, gays - gender identity and sexualities are NOT nouns, they are adjectives. just like you wouldn’t say “pretties” or “annoyings,” it is both grammatically and morally incorrect to make such words plural simply by adding an “s”. instead: transgender people/individuals
- sex change = this is just a wrong, outdated term in a lot of ways i shouldn’t really need to explain. instead: transition
- tranny, she-male, etc - if i have to explain why these are wrong y’all got a serious problem. just don’t ever use them, even jokingly. it’s extremely offensive. instead: idk maybe the correct identity of the individual in question try that
if i’ve missed anything, i’m really sorry, i’m writing this in a rush!! feel free to add/correct whatever, just please don’t be rude about it
hope this clears things up!!! !!