Hascha had a not-good
Doodle-hugs for Hasi (´ε` )


Yeah man lol
Does it really fucking matter



(via genderpunkrock)

Lol I figured
But like I supposed they expected me to be like “no lol”


Friendly reminder that Eren is protective of Armin, too.

(via deathbedscene)

my mental illnesses and trauma like onion

have many layer

Title: This Artist: Ed Sheeran 7,547 plays


Ed Sheeran | This

And I’ll throw it all away, and watch you fall into my arms again. And I’ll throw it all away. Watch you fall now.




Cheval lusitanien - Lusitano horse

Compétition d’équitation de travail à Tarbes - Working equitation competition in Tarbes (France)

What type of saddle is this?

Its a portuguesa saddle

Anonymous asked: Do you experience dysphoria?

Social dysphoria, yes.

I am comfortable in my body for the most part—wish it was a little less battered, was better with its neurotransmitters, and maybe didn’t have that shitty little bit of scoliosis, but it suits me nonetheless.


I am acutely aware of when people use feminine pronouns for me or when they use feminine titles. I feel a distinct and strong repulsion to strangers and even acquaintances calling me “miss”, “ma’am”, “young lady” or “Ms. [insert my surname here]” It feels both incorrect and like undue familiarity. I don’t even like people using my given first name—Rachel (okay with a certain set of close friends and like one family member using it. I’m also uncomfortable with the strong religious context for which my name was chosen). Makes my skin crawl.

I tolerate being called she/miss/whatever because it’s easier to get through social situations that way—sort of like how I tolerate me being implied as hetero in some discussions because it makes me safer. Honestly, if I didn’t fear backlash I would probably correct people with “they/them & neutral titles please”

Idk I don’t mind Hascha, Jenna, Brenna, and ‘Ber calling me she/her but that’s because they already know and I know it’s not a form of invalidation from them.

So yeah. I get dysphoria, but not over my body.