“The only disability in life is a bad attitude!”
Are you sure?
Like are you REALLY sure?
This person was really dedicated to making that point.
You don’t know the half of it.
This was the third take.
The other two…..did not………….end………………………..well.
- not crying for weeks and weeks on end til one day breaking down over something not actually worth getting upset for
- not being able to tell if your feelings for people are platonic or romantic or if you’re just lonely
- instead of caring too much not caring at all about anything
- not being able to process anything going on in your life and when you try your brain stalling out
- losing your train of thought every five seconds so when you try to have a conversation having to pause and remember what you were trying to say
- word vomiting
- mind ‘STATIC’
as someone who basically identifies as cis i think it’s very much important to examine your gender identity. it might lead to small things: e.g. after i did that i stopped shaving because i realized that i wasn’t doing it for myself. further, i’ve stopped seeing my own face as a gendered thing and this makes it easier for me to be respectful of the identities of others, and easier to be happy with the meatsack i live in. i think that it’s very important for cis people to consider what aspects of gendered existence we hold sacred. peeing in a segregated space? if so, why? i mean this is exactly the kind of question trans communities have been trying to get us to deal with forever and i think that answering it on a cultural level will come with exactly the type of introspection that OP is asking for.
some of the best advice i’ve got in college so far is “make strange what is comfortable” and hey, after you take it apart, you can put it right back together again if that’s what makes you happy but it’s still important to evaluate why you perform your gender the way you do and what rituals are essential to that? why are they essential? are they worth perpetuating? the answer might not always be yes EVEN for people comfortable with the label of their gender assigned at birth
Read that last paragraph again. And again.
You play D&D? I seriously doubt that. I bet you don't even know what dice are.
Wait wait wait so you’re telling me
That these things aren’t elaborately shaped slightly mathematical candies?
I’m still gunna check
AS WE ALL KNOW, WE WOMEN CANNOT UNDERSTAND COMPLICATED THINGS LIKE DICE
ONLY MANLY MEN KNOW WHAT DICE ARE
SOME OF THEM HAVE AS MANY AS TWENTY SIDES. HOW CAN WE UNDERSTAND TWENTY SIDES?
twenty sides and not one single one is a stove or ironing board
This is amazing
The fact that this post is still alive and kicking is hysterical
D&D? What strange acronym is this? Dishes & Dicks? Because us women only know how to do those.
I’m reblogging not just because I’ve been playing D&D since the 70s but mostly for the Dishes & Dicks comment. Because that’s fucking priceless.