" […] Thing is, you never heard a complaint. Never once got "No, sir. I can’t do that." He/She never hesitated. Few people know what Shepard’s been through. I’d like to think I come pretty close. And I worry sometimes he/she forgets: there’s a whole bunch of people who lose sleep over him/her getting back home. Maybe it doesn’t need to be said. Maybe we’re too dumb to say it. Soldiers like the Commander are rare. Men/Women like Shepard… even more rare.”


((This is completely out of the blue, but I’ve been wanting to do something like this for a while.

Take it as a surprise thanks for 9,500+ followers~!))


Happy Trans Visibility Day from me and my boyfriend!!

I have had some support from teachers and friends since I came out a month ago but not any with my parents and not any understanding from siblings. I’m holding onto hope that I’ll move to Washington state in the next year or two and live free of discrimination, I know there’s always going to be hate but I’m hoping it’ll be better there. It’s not easy first coming out, I still get “ma’am” but I’m fighting for my happiness inside, and the acceptance on Tumblr gives me hope :) have a great day guys gals and everyone inbetween!!

Generalizing people doesn’t make you or your movement move towards positive change. It doesn’t improve this world. It continues stereotypes and stigma around groups of people. It doesn’t matter what gender, race, sexuality, religion or whatever else. It’s wrong and causes negative effects for everyone. Please stop trying to validate doing this by saying “this group did it first let’s see how they like it”, that’s a vengeful & unjust decision.


More genderbending !! This has become my new hobby like I’ve been drawing genderbends all week. I’ll definitely post more since it’s so fun to do(^~^)

Female Sugawara would wear pink eyeshadow and no one can convince me otherwise
See my genderbent Oikawa Tooru (x)

some trans thoughts from this bun: 

iiiiiii have been struggling with a thing for a while and thats changing my name?? when i was trying to be genderfluid i went by haden when i was super boyish because its much more of a neutral but still cute name u know! but i stopped because i always felt real bad after trying to be boyish… i got really embarrassed and my family made fun of me and i never felt like i was doing it right and i felt like i was lying some days 

but i LOVE my nb pronouns (even though she/her and he/him dont?? bother me and i like sometimes!) and i’m starting to really accept myself as nonbinary and while sometimes its hard to be like “im trans” and… believe myself, i’m getting there. its hard to remind myself that im still trans in a dress, still trans in high heels picking out lipsticks curling my longish hair dressed in all pink! you know? 

i always skirt around this… and i never outright ask anyone to call me this name because i feel like i’m faking and doing things for attention even though its what i want… but when i move out, i think i’m going to be stricter with my pronouns. there are days when i like being called she, being a girl, but on days when i dont im going to start telling people. and when i move out i’m definitely going to have people start calling me haden. 

it’s hard to break out of the gender binary but i’m going to make an effort!! so i guess what i’m saying is, if anyone wants to ease me back in to calling me haden that’d be ok :x