Vincent van Gogh (March 30, 1853 – July 29, 1890)
I haven’t got it yet, but I’m hunting it and fighting for it, I want something serious, something fresh—something with soul in it! Onward, onward.
Chanel Haute Couture SS14
Blossom Time - Charles Edward Georges
for the past almost half a decade i have been identifying as a trans man. i even came out as trans on facebook (lol) back in the fall.
earlier this year i realized it’s not accurate. i’m closer to genderqueer/fluid or agender (and i recognize that those are not the same thing however i do not know which one to apply to myself nor do i care). i don’t really identify any which way i terms of gender, so i’m basically just uh. really really queer.
this change is good for me. i feel good. it wasn’t something that caused me moral distress but it was something that was on my mind a lot.
REGARDING PRONOUNS: he/her/they is fine, it is up to you.
i don’t use zir or similar alternatives because they are not my thing and i am not used to them.
for the record, in the past years it’s been “he” in personal settings and “her” in professional ones. i am used to “he” and sometimes “her” takes me a moment to respond because i don’t realize it’s referring to me (when certain people use her it makes me happy. with other people it annoys me). if you have known me for a while and you are used to using “he”, that’s okay. keep using it. if you are just meeting me and had no idea what to call me, go with the flow. do whatever works for you. i am enough of a maniacal egomaniac to not be bothered by it, as long as i am being treated with respect.
i will probably continue to use masculine titles to refer to myself just because that’s what i lean towards.
i will always and forever be your queer lizard emperor of the galaxy and destroyer of cute boys.
"Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (cover) from The Aristocats
Sung by Psapp. A wonderfully unique re-imagining of this Disney tune. Several musical genres thrown in.