That shit blew my mind and made understanding cultural appropriation way clearer for me.
Here’s the deal: I’m giving away this 36 B/C/D Underworks Magicotton Binding “”Bra”“ to one person! It’s listed as a bra but it binds very tight and flat~ it’s only been worn once by me when I tried it on, otherwise it is brand new! I ordered a size too small and since my partner bought me my new one, I figured I’d give this other binder to someone who needed it!
Reblog or like to enter. If you’re boosting this and don’t want the binder, pls tag it accordingly.
I’ll choose one winner to ship the binder to on AUGUST 31. I’ll ship anywhere.
You do not have to be following me but if you are, I will give you extra stuff in the package when i mail it!!
*PLEASE only enter to win this binder if you are trans, queer, or identify in some other way that you actually need this to feel comfortable. Please only enter if you are actually unable to afford yr own binder. Please DO NOT enter to win this if you are just going to use it for cosplay. I’m not going to make you prove anything or question anyone’s identity, so please just be honest!
The sheer joy of American restaurant establishments. #foodcomafordays (at Intersection of full and happy)
orphan black + silhouettes
In which the Clone Club lives at Félix’s place, and watches Orphan Black together ever Saturday.
But what about Beth?
Well if you include Beth, you gotta include Katja and Jennifer too!
..better ? :D
SOMEONE NEEDS TO ADD TONY
YES I’M HERE SORRY FOR THE WAIT
I’ll just add and add and add when new clones shows up ~
I think about pokemon in non-battle situations a lot. Like pokemon who have been trained/raised to be helpers and assistants than to be battle partners.
Pokemon visiting hospitals to cheer patience up like dogs and cats do. Or ones that help kids learn to read, speak, swim, go through therapy?! Even pokemon who’s abilities help owners with specific disabilities?!
I love thinking of pokemon outside of battle situations.
“Let us be kinder to one another.”
— Aldous Huxley reflected on his entire life’s learning on his death bed, and then summed it up in these seven words.