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Not sure how to describe this feeling but I feel it often enough that I think I should try
It's like I can't interact with or relate to the world around me the way others seem to, so I see mentions of it and I just feel... alien.
Like I'm getting a peephole-view into a world I'll never really be a part of or properly understand.
"gender is a spectrum!" is the "so what are you, like, a 40/60 bisexual? or like what's your breakdown" of gender models
I'm not even saying there's anything wrong with either statement as, like, a rough breakdown of experience ("if gender is a spectrum between male and female, I'm like..."/"if someone who's equally attracted to men and women is a 50/50 bisexual, I'm like...") but both of them are much simpler than the territories they respectively map.
The landing party was at a loss.
Many years of research had gone into the reversible but arduous physical and genetic adjustments, with many more years of training to prepare them for this mission.
Some of the crew seemed unperturbed, still excited to be exploring such an aquatic planet.
"Over 70% water, they said," griped the head of security, flexing her long finned tail, "Only to find the most weaponized species is land-dwelling!"
Like this seriously should be a thing. Gender fantasy camp.
A place where it’s okay to explore and figure stuff out with very patient staff that has a bunch of clothes for all genders and makeup and shoes of all sizes (emphasis on small men’s sizes and very large women’s sizes) and jewelry and stuff and you could just feel pretty for an afternoon
Ideally the process would be educational to an extent and they’d teach you what to do
@Aleums honestly? the fact that nintendo didn't team up with some clothes brand to remake ALL the splatoon clothes irl is a deeply damning crime
The jewel of the sea; that's how my sister was always described, with admiration.
With her sapphire eyes, pearlescent skin, golden hair with matching delicate gold scales on her long supple tail, ending in elegant, almost translucent emerald fins.
And although I too had a long sleek tail, it was gray and barbed, sturdy finned, and I was considered muddy, with a mess of uncontrollable green curls. My onyx eyes frightened most.
So my chronically ill, non binary, asexual partner has started making the most adorable knitted animals and they're currently doing a pride range that include Bree the Biceratops, Tilly the Transceratops and Peter the Pansexual Stegosaurus. They'll be at #OpenSandwiches in #Manchester on Saturday at Nexus Art Cafe from 1930 and they have a Facebook page.
Please boost if you like them and think your followers would like them too!
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