- When did you join Tumblr?: Like, December 2012
- Why did you join Tumblr?: Pokemon ask blogs, originally. I don’t know what happened.
- What kind of blog do you have?: Uh… I just reblog everything?
- How many posts do you have?: 7,844
- How many likes do you have?: 9,471
- How many messages do you have?: 1
- How many blogs do you follow?: 559
- How many followers do you have?: 67
- How often do you change your theme?: Whenever I find one that I like better than the last.
- How often do you change your icon?: Rarely.
- List all the urls you’ve ever had: dreamsfordust, miss-mizi
- Do you have any favourite blogs?: Yeah
- Do you often hit post limit?: I hit the first time last week. I was confused.
- Do you ever send anonymous messages to other people?: Yes, I usually feel embarrassed sending off-anon.
- Do you ever get anon hate?: Nope, never.
- Have you made any friends on Tumblr?: There’s one or two people I think I’m friends with but I’m not sure if they consider me a friend so…
- What’s the most notes you’ve ever had on a post?: 7
- What’s your favourite thing about Tumblr?: Learning new things and seeing pretty stuff
- What’s your least favourite thing about Tumblr?: I don’t know. There are a lot of things, truth be told.
Don’t let tumblr trick you into thinking that the moon is not gay
Please never tell your child they are being dramatic when they are trying to explain you how they feel.
i drew a blushy ghost thing bc my dash feels kinda…..gloomy??? idek but here it is
I balanced all, brought all to mind
The years to come seemed waste of breath
A waste of breath the years behind
In balance with this life, this death.
I’d really like it if we could retire the phrase “bi women are sexually available to men” forever. It’s such a clinical and objectifying way to talk about bi/pan women, like were just a bunch of fuckholes waiting around for men to use us and dispose of us. Not only does it trivialize (and kind of imply that we’re to blame for) the abuse we receive from men, it also reinforces the cultural attitudes about bi women that lead to us being hypersexualized and fetishized, and it’s that hypersexualization and fetishization that tells men they have the right to harass us and assault us and get away with it.
I know those who use “sexually available to men” as a way to describe bi women aren’t doing so maliciously, but regardless of the intent, it is harmful. There’s, like, 500 other ways you can express the sentiment “some bi women date and sleep with men” without saying that we’re “sexually available” to them.
please stop making comics about the stereotypical jock boy beating up the stereotypical nerd boy and somehow incorporating love. do not write them under posts about physical indicators of soulmates (glowing chests, names on wrists) and better yet, don’t reblog that shit when you see it!
stop living in this weird fantasy world where anyone’s secretly meant to be with their abuser forever. I can’t believe this is a text post I need to make