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.

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My sleeping schedule is fucked

My sleep schedule has never been un-fucked! Woo~!

I feel ya, dude.

Happy Birthday!

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.

torchwoodgifs:

So, who’s waiting for a Torchwood reference this series of Doctor Who?

Ooh, ooh, pick me, pick me!

mortisia:

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.

mortisia:

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

—(via kushandwizdom)

You can look at a scar and see hurt, or you can look at a scar and see healing.

— Sheri Reynolds (via bluebirdstea)

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