lilsasscat said: we are the princess-kin!! we must return to the sacred valley!!

Oh my glob. Last year there were a bunch of femmes who made ‘glamourkin’ a thing in response to the otherkins who were being really shitty about ‘oh we’re just like trans people! I’m really black/disabled/a vampire and therefore understand oppression!’ 
And it was all stuff about how ‘in reality i am in a one bedroom apartment. But in my mind I am on a settee by one of my many pools, dripping in diamonds, with a man servant feeding me champagne and caviar’.
It kind of inspired me a lot and I wish it had taken off more. 

We need you to know your inherent worth, to acknowledge that—even in your brokeness—your strength shines through, that hearts can be rebuilt, that the saddest stories build better ones, that you are not voiceless and worthless and nothing, that you are—in fact—capable of shaping and changing the world.
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I wore a vintage 1950’s brown and navy plaid cotton dress today. Underneath, there is a modern nylon crinoline as my vintage crinolines all hang a little long for this dress. I decided to pair it with a knit pink bolero and matching pink shoes and beaded hair flower. 

As I was working today on costume craziness, I kept my jewelry simple - pink and gold drop earrings and one of my many glamourkin pendants made by The Fable Tribe (a currently closed shop on Etsy). The pendant is made with vintage illustrations and cut words placed on a wood pendant and topped with a crystal bead. This particular pendant reads “The visions flowing fluid”.