I am not a boy. I am not a girl. I am a femme boygirl. My pronouns are ze/hir/hirs, although I accept they/them/theirs if that's easier for you. Just don't use she/her/hers, as that is commonly assumed to represent me, even after I have directly told people otherwise. I am trans. I am genderqueer.
I am kinky. I am sexually submissive. I like to be ordered around, manhandled, and hurt. I am still a feminist. I just find pleasure in a different variety of sensations.
I am pansexual. I am attracted to men, women, and people of various other gender identities and presentations. I am primarily attracted to femmes and androgynes of any gender.
I am Pagan. I am Wiccan. I believe in magic. I observe the changing seasons. I worship the Goddess and God and Ze Who is Both and Neither. I worship love.
I am lacto-ovo vegetarian, meaning I don't eat meat, including fish, but I still eat dairy and eggs. I consume dairy and eggs for personal health needs. I don't consume meat for primarily ethical reasons, as I believe the suffering of animals deserves moral consideration.
I am mad. I have Borderline Personality Disorder. I have severe, chronic Major Depression. I have Anorexia Nervosa. I have Generalized Anxiety Disorder. I have a "history" of self-injury. I have attempted suicide and I have been hospitalized more than once.I am a person.
My sleeping schedule is fucked
My sleep schedule has never been un-fucked! Woo~!
I feel ya, dude.
This fantastic[ly shitty] blog turned two. That’s right folks, two whole years of the Walrake. Such achieve. Great wow. So success. Much celebrate.
So, who’s waiting for a Torchwood reference this series of Doctor Who?
Ooh, ooh, pick me, pick me!
Jane Foss Barff, academic and educationalist.
Part of the second group of women to enrol in the University of Sydney, Jane graduated with first-class honours in 1886 and in 1889 became the first woman in Sydney to achieve a Masters of Arts. She was a founding member of Sydney University Women’s Society in 1891 and remained a vocal advocate for women’s education her entire life.
Wisdom is like fire. People take it from others. ~ Hema (DRC) proverb