Multi-fandomer and multi-shipper.
Personal Blog: anakluxmos.tumblr.com/
Headcanon/Fan Character Blog: readyallthecanons.tumblr.com/
Emoji drawings by QueensNebula
well.... just click it omg it's not a screamer or a rick roll i promise
IDK really. Like sometimes I feel like a girl and other times I just feel like a person. Not a guy. Just a person. I don't really put a label on it but I guess demigirl counts?? But yea, I'm not big on labeling my gender.
she/her on the internet but in real life? I really don't care as in my native language, we don't use pronouns. It doesn't bother me that much so like use "she/her" or "they/them" or whatever (except "he/him")
Since I knew that bisexuality was a thing...so like 4 years
Bruh I've never even dated someone lol
I had some inkling in high school because I had some lgbtqa+ friends but nothing very deep yet. See, lgbtqa+ discourse is something that was never talked about in my house and school (for traditional religious reasons) but I was exposed to it a bit. I started to take it a bit more seriously in high school though. The rest I discovered on tumblr and more online research.
Yeah! I have a lot~
Sadly no. I want to go but I'm not in the mood to explain to my parents about pride events. They'd see it as a rally and rallies are negative to them. Or they'd say "why do you care? you're not part of them; it's not your battle/choose your battles". I just don't want to explain or come out to them.
I'm out on the internet and to my close friends and to my siblings and selected cousins.
OH NO. I don't ever want them to know.
Sometimes...when I'm not feeling very "female-y". But that's my fault already, I don't really correct anyone or tell anyone :/
No, I'm pretty lowkey about it so...
I have stickers : )
There is a possibility. I mean, gender and sexuality are fluid...and socially constructed and performative so...yeah.
They're fine...as long as they don't invalidate other genders (this also goes for non-cis people too tbh).
They're fine...as long as they don't invalidate other sexualities (this also goes for non-hetero people too tbh).
Yes and no. If said person is not familiar with the lgbtq+ community and theories, then no, they would immediately assume that I am heterosexual. But I've also been thought of as asexual by many people. It kind of confused me so I asked a friend of mine. She said because I had this "asexual aesthetic"...which I have no idea what is being meant lmao
Friends? 8-10 Family? Bruh, let's not even go there :')
It was okay
I wish lmao
Sex? No. Sexuality? No. Gender? HELL YES. Though, I do change genders...but I guess it's more of changing my body than my actual gender. I know, I know: physical body parts =/= gender but...in world where this idea isn't too popular...it can make you feel stuff honestly.Tagging: