Can I do Femme Fashion Friday today? Because I really like my outfit.

From top to bottom:

Sunglasses: Thrift store.

Cardigan: I got it at Crossroads trading, but it’s from F21 Men

Pink Shirt: Goodwill

Skirt: Crossroads, not sure of the brand.

Socks: (these are the only think I’ve actually bought new recently) American Apparel. (I sort of actually hate AA but I like these socks.)


nicoleamaria replied to your post: I got the job!

Is this the crossroads job?

noooo it’s a pca job, I’m basically getting paid to hang out with this really cool guy who is disabled and needs help doing things around the house. a lot of the time I’ll just be hanging out with him and doing my own thing. kinda excited! 

So the main thing I hate in regards to general fitness discourse is that losing weight is so often conflated with morality.

Fuck that.

I mean if working out feels good to you in that moment then that is good, like if laying in the couch feels good then do that. It’s good too, I promise.

To my fellow femmes,

You are good enough, and femme enough, just as you are. Sometimes I feel like I’m not “really femme” because my nails are usually bare and I can’t figure out victory rolls to save my life, but then I remind myself that that really doesn’t matter. Sometimes you’re too tired or too tender and you can’t do the makeup or clothes thing, and that’s more than okay. If you feel femme then you are femme, don’t worry about the aesthetic details. Femme isn’t just big hair and glitter, it’s whatever you want and whatever you need it to be.

So I’m watching this documentary about Nicki Minaj and I just really appreciate her as a person and an artist. There are very few people out there who are as creative as her.

So I joined this femme anti racist group on facebook and it seems like it’s so centered around white people’s feelings and experiences around being anti racist and idk how to pose the question to the group like, “how can we decentralize white people’s experience?”

What do you all think? I need to just say that, don’t I?

I’ve known so many women over time who value boys so highly. Like, not just masculinity but actual human boy people. As in “it’s so nice I have so many guy friends,” or, “I’m so excited to see those boys.” I never had too many male friends, but I also didn’t value my girl friends enough in hs. I am so thankful now I had such a close circle of female friends all throughout my life, like het-sematary (who I met in 5th grade!) Women’s friendships, and femme friendships of any gender are so important to me and I can’t imagine it any differently.

So I just left my office to go grab coffee and on the way I saw someone I know with their pug and they offered me chocolate and so I just pet a pug and got chocolate and hella people complemented my outfit and my bestie in Nepal messaged me because technology is amazing and I love today so far.