and i don't wear dresses

daily reminder that gnc trans ppl exist and we arent just faking being trans !

a gnc trans boy who only likes to wear dresses and skirts and who does his makeup all the time is still a boy!

a gnc trans girl with short hair and who only wears masculine clothing and never presents feminine is still a girl!

being gender nonconforming is not a cis only experience and trans people who are gnc are still 100% trans and 100% wonderful

Gal Pals @ prom sharing a Friendship Dance

Rhysand is much better than Tamlin
  • Feyre: I don't want to go live with you.
  • Tamlin: I don't care. You're coming with me or dying.
  • Rhysand: I waited until you called for me to come rescue you.
  • Feyre: I want to leave.
  • Tamlin: I don't care, you're staying. You're mine. I'll lock you in this house.
  • Rhysand: I'll teach you how to read and put up mental blocks until the week is up...and won't lock you in a house if we argue.
  • Feyre: I want to learn how to fight.
  • Tamlin: No. That sends a message.
  • Rhysand: *shouts over shoulder* Cassian! Come train Feyre how to fight!
  • Feyre: I want to go with you wherever it is you leave to.
  • Tamlin: No.
  • Rhysand: Okay. I'll personally winnow or fly you to wherever we're going to go.
  • Feyre: I don't want to wear these dumb dresses.
  • Tamlin: Suck it up. You're wearing them. Any other clothes send a message.
  • Rhysand: Okay. How do Illyrian fighting leathers sound? Night Court clothes? You're not a doll. You don't have to wear those dresses.
  • Feyre: When we're married will I be a High Lady?
  • Tamlin: There's no such thing as a High Lady.
  • Rhysand: "She is my mate. And my spy. And she is the High Lady of the Night Court." "Not consort, not wife. Feyre is High Lady of the Night Court."
  • Queenie: You don't think I can fight because I'm a girl.
  • Jacob: I don't think you can fight because you're wearing a wedding dress. For what it's worth, I don't think Newt could fight in that dress either.
  • Newt: Perhaps not, but I would make a radiant bride.
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don’t listen to something while you draw it bc then u find out u drew something wrong and u just gotta shrug and say fuck it

anonymous asked:

OMG I LOVE U,WHENEVER I SEE HAMLAF FROM YOU I WOULD SCREAM LIKE I JUST BECAME A DINOSAUR can i have alex wearing a dress and a flower crown and lafayette with a nosebleed?I LOVE YOU SO MUCH U ARE MY JESUS

We need more cute boys in dresses!


also asdfghjkl thank you so much,you are so sweet-

El loves denim; jean shorts in the summer, or dungarees. In the autumn and winter she wears straight-leg Levi’s with Jonathan’s old jacket (which she decks out in patches from all over the place—her collection grows and grows; flowers from Nancy, ufo patches from Max, other little bits and bobs-she even has some pins; it’s a pretty wild jacket).

  • Candela: You don't think I can fight because I'm a girl.
  • Blanche: I don't think you can fight because you're wearing a wedding dress. For what it's worth, I don't think Spark could fight in that dress either.
  • Spark: Perhaps not, but I would make a radiant bride.

imagine lena pretending to go evil just for an excuse to tie up kara

anonymous asked:

I um came out as non binary recently but I like...I don't feel valid? Because I'm really feminine and I prefer to wear dresses and make up but at the same time...I don't feel like a girl? And then I don't feel like a boy? But it would be easier for me to be a girl but I'm not and I'm very confused

what you wear doesn’t really define what your gender is because they’re just things to make you feel good and stuff!! if you like wearing those things, then you should wear em! you look like does not define what you think so you go rock it in those dresses and make up!!!

mylyannasnow  asked:

Kinda weird question but, do you think Cersei ever dressed in Baratheon colors during her marriage with Robert, or did she always prefer Lannister red/gold?

Well… Cersei has never worn Baratheon colors in her appearances in the books. She favors green, but sometimes red and gold, sometimes white and gold, and black when in mourning – but never gold and black combined. Except once:

When it was time for the changing of the cloaks, the bride sank gracefully to her knees and Tommen covered her with the heavy cloth-of-gold monstrosity that Robert had cloaked Cersei in on their own wedding day, with the crowned stag of Baratheon worked upon its back in beads of onyx. –AFFC, Cersei III

Though Cersei really has no room to talk about cloth-of-gold monstrosities, considering Tywin’s cloak:

His greatcloak was sewn from countless layers of cloth-of-gold, so heavy that it barely stirred even when he charged, so large that its drape covered most of his stallion’s hindquarters when he took the saddle. No ordinary clasp would suffice for such a weight, so the greatcloak was held in place by a matched pair of miniature lionesses crouching on his shoulders, as if poised to spring. –AGOT, Tyrion VIII

and it’s not like she hasn’t worn cloth-of-gold herself:

Cersei’s gown was snowy linen, white as the cloaks of the Kingsguard. Her long dagged sleeves showed a lining of gold satin. –ACOK, Sansa V

Queen Cersei shimmered in a cloth-of-gold gown slashed in burgundy velvet –ACOK, Sansa VIII

At least I will not be expected to don mourning for Tyrion. I shall dress in crimson silk and cloth-of-gold for that, and wear rubies in my hair. –AFFC, Cersei II

She wore a white gown slashed with cloth-of-gold, lacy but demure. –AFFC, Cersei VI

So, evidently it’s not the cloth-of-gold that’s the “monstrosity” to Cersei… but the Baratheon part. And since Robert permanently alienated her on their wedding night – and since she is quite definitely Cersei Lannister, never Baratheon – then yes, I would doubt if she ever wore Baratheon colors, gold and black, except incidentally in addition to Lannister crimson.