October 21, 2014



(Source: sandandglass)

Get to know me tag


Rules: Delete my answers and fill them in with your own. Afterwards, tag 10 people to keep this going!

I was tagged by http://lydiamdeetz.tumblr.com/

1. Name? Matthew
2. Height? Five three
3. How long have you had your tumblr?Not really sure
4. First URL?
 Same as it is now
5. Do you sleep with your closet doors open or closed? They don’t have doors, so open I guess.
6. What’s your favorite candle scent? champagne pear
7. How old do you think you’ll be when you get married? I don’t think I will get married

8. Can you do a split? Not even a little bit

9. All time favorite movie? probably the second hellboy
10. All time favorite book? Green arrow comic book called Quiver.
11. Ever had Indian food? yes
12. Can you whistle? only a little and not very well
13. Do you eat breakfast every morning? yup
14. Titanic or the notebook? neither
15. Have you ever fallen down in public? yup
16. Do you think you can last in a relationship for 6 months and not cheat? yup, but I’m poly so I usually have more than one relationship at a time.
17. Would you rather see Miley or Taylor in concert? neither.
18. Do you want to get married in the future? not really
19. What were you doing at 8 this morning? trying to sleep off my cold

20. Hot tea or cold tea? Both

21. Have you read Harry Potter, Twilight, or Hunger Games series? only harry potter

22. What was your first concert? Keith Urban
23. Art or science museum? All of them
24. What’s the first amusement park you’ve been to?I Probably Wild waves in WA

25. Wheres Waldo? All the places.

I tag: Anyone who wants to.

October 20, 2014






A wheelchair isn’t a prison in exactly the same sense a bicycle isn’t a prison. They help people get around. That’s their entire purpose. Wheelchairs are freedom, not restraint. 

Some alternatives are wheelchair user, or person who uses a wheelchair. 

(Source: floralandfrightening)

October 19, 2014


here’s to polyamorous bisexuals, to promiscuous bisexuals, to bisexuals who really are confused about their sexuality.

i’ve fit into all three of these categories at one point or another and we get thrown under the bus a lot. here’s to everyone who fits the stereotype.

October 18, 2014



I think a lot of people have trouble understanding transgender issues because they try to see themselves as trans, but come at it from the wrong direction. i.e. a cis woman tries to understand transness by going, “what if I felt like/wanted to be a man” when she should be approaching it as “what if I, a woman, was so easily mistaken for a man that I had to pretend to be one”,

And I think this is something to keep in mind and to explain away when trying to get these matters across to people who’re new to the idea.

i genuinely never thought of it that way but dang this makes a ton of sense now

October 17, 2014


respect gender identities 


respect gender identities 

October 16, 2014


a trans woman’s beauty is not determined by how well she can adhere to cis-centric standards of beauty

a non-white woman’s beauty is not determined by how well she can adhere to euro-centric beauty standards

October 15, 2014



When a trans being tells you it’s okay for mistakenly using the wrong name or pronouns, it means the instance is forgiven or dismissed and the conversation can move on. In reality, it still hurts but we say it’s okay because we understand you are making an effort to get it right. This is not an invitation to stop making that effort. You are not the exclusion to the rule.

October 14, 2014



When a financial institution asks me my “mother’s maiden name” as a security question. Because it’s assumed that I have at least one and no more than one mother in my life AND that she married AND that she gave up her own name AND that that part of her identity was erased enough from my public history so as to be a password to access my private information.

Holy crap, I never realized.

October 13, 2014


what stopping girl hate is about:

ending internalised misogyny and the prioritisation of men over each other

what stopping girl hate is not about:

expecting women of colour, disabled women and LGBTQA+ women to excuse racism, ableism, homophobia and transmisogyny simply because it’s coming from other women

October 12, 2014


Bisexual Awareness Day: An Important New Study by HRC

Today is Bisexual Awareness Day, and HRC released a report along with BiNet USA, Bisexual Resource Center, and the Bisexual Organization Project that is very important in further understanding the stigmatization that many in the bisexual and pansexual community face on a regular basis.

Check out the full report here!

This is an incredibly important conversation to have and continue having until those with any and all sexualities and gender identities are welcomed within and outside of the LGBTQ+ community.

Kristin also weighed in with her own experience on the issue in an article on the same topic released today by Autostraddle.

Check out the Autostraddle article here!


October 11, 2014


the most fucked up thing is that

emma watson




one of the most


men inclusive 


feminist speeches 


i’ve heard in the longest time, and the result? the result from these men who claim that they would be all for feminism if it weren’t for all “the man hating”? 


do not be fooled for one fucking second

you can be as kind, calm, attractive and male inclusive as they demand for our voices to matter and the result is the same.

these people do not hate feminism because it “hates men”, these people have historically and to this day hated feminism because it’s purpose will result in the taking away of their power.  

October 10, 2014



Moffat really needs to stop making the Doctor comment on Clara’s body and appearance. Not only is it sexist but it is also damaging!

  • To little girls who would think that this is normal behaviour, that how they look is just a funny gag.
  • The little boys who would imitate the Doctor. 
  • The women who watch this and are shocked to see what they experience everyday in life is on Doctor Who as well.

If you do not believe me read what karmaplus’s cousin said after watching an episode. Please note that karmaplus doesn’t want to discuss this any more.

I’ve started compiling a list of Twelve’s put-downs of Clara, which I’ll be updating as new episodes come out.  (I included remarks about her being a control freak, not just her appearance.)

So far there are two episodes in which Twelve doesn’t insult Clara - Robots of Sherwood and Kill the Moon. And guess what? Those are the two that Moffat didn’t write or co-write.



The stonewall riots were started by trans women of colour and nobody is allowed to forget that

Marsha P Johnson and Sylvia Rivera didn’t march so that you could be transmisogynt and cissexist.


(Source: erisolarafef)

October 9, 2014


From the Transgender Law Center


From the Transgender Law Center