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Alternative Gender Neutral Titles (Credit to @genderqueeries )

Mum/Dad

  • Parent; neutral, formal.
  • Per; neutral, short for parent.
  • Par; neutral, short for parent.
  • Dommy; queer, mixture of mommy and daddy (note: sounds like Dom/me, a BDSM term)
  • Maddy; queer, mixture of mummy/mommy and daddy.
  • Muddy; queer, mixture of mummy and daddy.
  • Moddy; queer, mixture of mommy and daddy.
  • Zaza; queer, based on mama and papa/dada.
  • Zither; queer, based on mother and father. (Note, zither is also the name of a musical instrument.)
  • Baba; neutral, based on mama and dada. (Note, baba means dad in some languages and grandmother in others.)
  • Nini; queer, based on the N in NB, similar to mama and papa/dada.
  • Bibi; queer, based on the B in NB, similar to mama and papa/dada.
  • Cennend; neutral, Old English (Anglo-Saxon) meaning parent.
  • Cenn; neutral, short for cennend.

Sister/Brother

  • Sibling; neutral, formal.
  • Sib; neutral, short for sibling as sis and bro are short for sister and brother.
  • Sibster; queer, combination of sibling and sister.
  • Sibter; queer, combination of sibling and brother.

Aunt/Uncle

  • Pibling; neutral, your parent’s sibling.
  • Auncle; queer, combination of aunt and uncle.
  • Cousin; neutral, as sometimes people say aunt/uncle for parents’ cousins, or much older cousins.
  • Titi; neutral, from the Spanish for Aunt (Tia) and Uncle (Tio). (however, it is often a diminutive of aunt.)
  • Zizi; neutral, from the Italian for Aunt (Zia) and Uncle (Zio). (Note: zizi is also a French children’s ‘cute’ word for penis.)
  • Nini; queer, based on the N in NB, similar to Titi/Zizi.
  • Bibi; queer, based on the B in NB, similar to Titi/Zizi.
  • Untie/Unty; queer, combination of uncle and auntie/aunty

Niece/Nephew

  • Nibling; neutral, combination of niece/nephew and sibling.
  • Chibling; neutral, the children of you sibling.
  • Cousin; neutral, as sometimes people say niece/nephew for cousins’ children, or much younger cousins.
  • Sibkid; neutral, short for sibling’s kid.
  • Nephiece; queer, mixture of nephew and niece.
  • Niecew; queer, mixture of niece and nephew.
  • Nieph; queer, mixture of niece and nephew.

Daughter/Son

  • Child; neutral, formal.
  • Offspring; neutral, formal.
  • Sprog; neutral, informal.
  • Oldest; neutral, refers to age instead of sex/gender.
  • Youngest; neutral, refers to age instead of sex/gender.
  • Kid; neutral, informal.

Grandma/Grandpa

  • Grandparent; neutral, formal.
  • Grandwa; queer, based on grandma and grandpa.
  • Grandy; neutral, short for Grandparent, Grandma or Grandpa.
  • Nini; queer, based on the N in NB, similar to nana and papa.
  • Bibi; queer, based on the B in NB, similar to nana and papa.

Granddaugter/Grandson

  • Grandchild; neutral, formal.
  • Grandkid; neutral, informal.

Godmother/Godfather

  • Godparent; neutral, formal.

Goddaughter/Godson

  • Godchild; neutral, formal.
  • Godkid; neutral, informal.

Relationship Titles

Girlfriend/Boyfriend (non-serious relationship)

  • Date; neutral, the person you are dating.
  • Datefriend; neutral, the person you are dating, but fitting the boyfriend/girlfriend pattern.
  • Datemate; neutral, a rhyming version of datefriend, the person you are dating.
  • Lover; neutral, often implies sexual relationship, but simply refers to someone you love/who loves you.
  • Boifriend; queer, boi is a particular gender identity.
  • Girlboyfriend; queer, for bigender or androgynous people, or perhaps binary trans people.
  • Boygirlfriend; queer, for bigender or androgynous people, or perhaps binary trans people.
  • Paramour; neutral, someone you are having a sexual relationship with.
  • Bothfriend; queer, for bigender or androgynous people, or perhaps binary trans people.
  • Genderfriend; queer, based on boyfriend and girlfriend.
  • Sweetie; neutral, slightly cheesy.
  • Sweetheart; neutral, cheesy or old-fashioned.
  • [name]friend; queer, based on girlfriend and boyfriend.
  • Cuddle Buddy; neutral, cheesy.
  • Birlfriend; queer, mix of boyfriend and girlfriend.
  • Feyfriend; neutral, leaning towards queer.
  • Personfriend; neutral, leaning towards queer, based on boyfriend and girlfriend.
  • Enbyfriend; queer, based on boyfriend and girfriend. (note: enby comes from NB, non-binary)

Girlfriend/Boyfriend (long-term/serious relationship)

  • Partner; neutral.
  • Significant Other; neutral, quite formal.
  • S.O.; neutral, short for significant other.
  • Other Half; neutral, informal, and implies monogamy.
  • Boifriend; queer, boi is a particular gender identity.
  • Girlboyfriend; queer, for bigender or androgynous people, or perhaps binary trans people.
  • Boygirlfriend; queer, for bigender or androgynous people, or perhaps binary trans people.
  • Paramour; neutral, someone you are having a sexual relationship with.
  • Bothfriend; queer, for bigender or androgynous people, or perhaps binary trans people.
  • Genderfriend; queer, based on boyfriend and girlfriend.
  • Sweetie; neutral, slightly cheesy.
  • Sweetheart; neutral, cheesy or old-fashioned.
  • [name]friend; queer, based on girlfriend and boyfriend.
  • Cuddle Buddy; neutral, cheesy.
  • Steady; neutral, as in “going steady” or “steady girlfriend/boyfriend”.
  • Soul Mate; neutral, slightly cheesy, implies belief in soul mates.
  • Birlfriend; queer, mix of boyfriend and girlfriend.
  • Feyfriend; neutral, leaning towards queer.
  • Personfriend; neutral, leaning towards queer, based on boyfriend and girlfriend.
  • Loveperson; neutral, a person that you love.
  • Enbyfriend; queer, based on boyfriend and girfriend (note: enby comes from NB, non-binary).
  • Epox; neutral, from the French ‘époux’ which means husband/spouse.
  • Companion; neutral, reference to Doctor Who’s companions, or Firefly’s Companions.
  • Imzadi; neutral, from Star Trek, a Betazed word similar to beloved.

Fiancée/Fiancé

  • Betrothed; neutral, formal.
  • Partner; neutral.
  • Significant Other; neutral, quite formal.
  • S.O.; neutral, short for significant other, a tad formal.
  • Other Half; neutral, informal, implies monogamy.
  • Sweetie; neutral, slightly cheesy.
  • Sweetheart; neutral, cheesy or old-fashioned.
  • Cuddle Buddy; neutral, cheesy.
  • Steady; neutral, as in “going steady” or “steady girlfriend/boyfriend”.
  • Soul Mate; neutral, slightly cheesy, implies belief in soul mates.
  • Loveperson; neutral, a person that you love.
  • Epox; neutral, from the French ‘époux’ which means husband/spouse.
  • Companion; neutral, reference to Doctor Who’s companions, or Firefly’s Companions.
  • Imzadi; neutral, from Star Trek, a Betazed word similar to beloved.

Wife/Husband

  • Spouse; neutral, formal.
  • Partner; neutral.
  • Significant Other; neutral, quite formal.
  • S.O.; neutral, short for significant other, a tad formal.
  • Other Half; neutral, informal.
  • Sweetie; neutral, slightly cheesy.
  • Sweetheart; neutral, cheesy or old-fashioned.
  • Cuddle Buddy; neutral, cheesy.
  • Steady; neutral, as in “going steady” or “steady girlfriend/boyfriend”.
  • Soul Mate; neutral, slightly cheesy, implies belief in soul mates.
  • Loveperson; neutral, a person that you love.
  • Epox; neutral, from the French ‘époux’ which means husband/spouse.
  • Companion; neutral, reference to Doctor Who’s companions, or Firefly’s Companions.
  • Imzadi; neutral, from Star Trek, a Betazed word similar to beloved.

Official Titles

Ms./Mr.

  • Mx.; queer, from mix or X as opposed to M or F.
  • M.; neutral, short for any and all titles. (note: M. is also short for Monsieur, making it masculine in French speaking countries)
  • Misc.; queer, the word miscellaneous.
  • Msr.; queer, mixture of Ms. and Mr..
  • Mq.; queer, based on the M beginning of Ms./Mr..
  • Ind.; neutral, short for Individual.

Miscellaneous Titles

Ma’am/Sir

  • Comrade; neutral, not suitable for all situations due to leftist/communist connotations.
  • Friend; neutral, very informal.
  • Citizen; neutral.
  • Tiz; neutral, short for citizen.
  • Mirdam; queer, a mix of Sir and Madam, although it still sounds similar to Madam.
  • Mistdam; queer, a mix of Mister and Madam.
  • Sir’ram; queer, a mix of Sir and Ma’am.
  • Laddam; queer, a mix of Lad and Madam.
  • Mir; queer, a mix of Sir and Madam.
  • Sir; neutral, Sir is used neutrally in the military, although this doesn’t work as well outside of that.

King/Queen

  • Monarch; neutral.
  • Ruler; neutral.
  • Sovereign; neutral.
  • Your Majesty; neutral, a way of addressing royalty.
  • Quing; queer, mix of King and Queen.
  • Caln; queer, created word based on the K/Q sound of King and Queen.

Prince/Princess

  • Prin; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Prinxe; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princet; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princette; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princev; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princen; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princus; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Your Highness; neutral, a way of addressing royalty.
  • Heir; neutral, refers to future monarchy.
  • Princex; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending, POC-coined and POC exclusive.

Lord/Lady

  • Lairde; queer, based on the sound of La in Lady and rd in Lord.
  • Layde; queer, based on the sound of La in Lady and rd in Lord.
  • Ruler; neutral.
  • Liege; neutral, term of address for a Lord/Lady.
  • Sovereign; neutral.
  • Suzerain; neutral, a feudal equivalent of Lord/Lady.
  • Potentate; neutral, a Latin word for someone in power.

Khal/Khaleesi (A Song of Ice and Fire / Game of Thrones)

  • Khalsine; queer.
  • Khalse; queer.
  • Khalof; neutral, created by David J Peterson who developed the Dothraki for the show.

God/Goddess

  • God; neutral.
  • Goddex; queer, based on the God/dess ending.
  • Goddette; queer, based on the God/ess ending.
  • Goddeq; queer, based on the God/ess ending.
  • Deity; neutral, another word meaning god.

Boy/Girl

  • Kid; neutral.
  • Enby; queer, from the sound of NB, non-binary.
  • Neut; neutral, short for neutal.
  • Newt; neutral, variation of neut.
  • Null; queer, refering to someone whose gender is ‘null’.
  • Gul; queer, a mixture of boy and girl.

Fanboy/Fangirl

  • Fanenby; queer, using enby as a replacement for boy/girl.
  • Fanby; queer, a mixture of fanboy/fangirl and enby.


ORIGINAL PAGE

  • junmyeon: please be nice
  • kyungsoo: sorry i can only be nice two (2) times per day and i just said sorry to you so there goes the second one
  • junmyeon: what was the first one?
  • kyungsoo: i let chanyeol hold onto me during a scary movie
  • junmyeon: that was two days ago though
  • kyungsoo: it was a long movie and he was really scared, i'm still recovering

anonymous asked:

I read your Athena and Dionysus headcanons and really liked them. If you don't mind, could you do headcanons for a child of Apollo and Athena?

Okay so I am pretty much just going to describe my and Raviv’s friendship because I am a daughter of Athena and Raviv is a daughter of Apollo and no matter how much Raviv denies it we we’re p much platonically dating we literally had an argument about this at lunch like honestly we’d make such a great couple #goals but Raviv thinks she would murder me

  • Athena kid is basically just a walking encyclopedia and knows the answer to almost any question thrown at them.
    • “Why are black cats considered unlucky?”
    • “Well, within Europe during medieval times, there was the folklore and systemic belief that witches could turn into black cats at night, and some held the belief that they were simply servants of witches. Due to the overwhelming amounts of Christianity and the era of prosecution, witches, and therefore black cats, are often viewed as very negative creatures,”
    • “Thanks, you just saved my English homework”
  • Apollo kid constantly trying to get the Athena kid into musicals and cool tv shows and the Athena kid just being like ‘ugh no my heart can only deal with so much fandom’
    • Athena kid ends up liking those fandoms like a year later
  • Athena kid is over-the-top smart and can do any math equation thrown at them but cannot for the life of them figure out riddles
    • “They’re so easy!”
    • “I loathe them with all of the burning passion in my soul”
    • “How can you like Calculus but not like riddles?”
  • Constantly bickering and butting heads at pretty much everything
      • “I don’t care if it’s the original Shakespearean pronunciation of Hecate. We are not Shakespearean!”
      • I”m just saying if you want to be accurate when you’re acting in this play you wouldn’t pronounce it the Greek way.”
      • “WE ARE GREEK.”
    • But constantly resolving these issues in under five minutes and back to being lovey-dovey and adorable in a flash.
  • A constant almost annoying barrage of ‘babes’ everywhere and holding hands
  • Athena kid is angry and bitter about life and Apollo kid is chill about life.
    • “Did you do the homework?”
    • “Oh, we had homework?”
      • “I’m so angry at that Ares kid for tALking to me that early in the morning. Should I tie his laces together before he climbs the lava wall?”
      • “JESUS what the hell calm down he just told you that your shirt was inside out”
    • “I’m so salty about-”
    • “Literally everything. Yes, I know. Now, get over here and hold hands with me asshole.”
  • Both of them are really loud and loudness+arguing=people vacating from rooms they are in.
      • “WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU DIDN’T LIKE THE FIFTH HARRY POTTER BOOK”
      • “I MEAN THAT I DIDN’T LIKE THE FIFTH HARRY POTTER BOOK”
      • “YOU WANNA FIGHT”
      • “YEAH LET’S GO”
    • This results in the two of them play slapping each other and sissy-fighting for about 30 seconds before they get tired.
      • “I’ll still love you even if you’re a traitor to this fandom”
  • Cuddling up and watching TV shows does not end well because the Athena kid just cannot let that go.
    • “thaT’S NOT HOW YOU DISPOSE OF A FIREARM! Especially after murdering so many people!”
    • “It’s a small town! They’re not going to check the lake! … I know I’m going to regret asking this but how DO you dispose of a gun after murdering someone?”
    • “WELL first you wouldn’t just CHUCK the thing COVERED in DNA and fingerprints A FOOT INTO A LAKE. First-” *launches into detailed explanation of how to correctly clean a firearm and dispose of it*
  • Apollo kid to Athena kid:
    • “Does it get tiring, being right all the time?” 

anonymous asked:

So, I tend to make a lot of jokes about me being some sorta King/Queen (Example: "I am the king of this house.") so I was wondering if you know any gender-neutral versions of King/Queen or should I stick with calling myself King?

King/Queen

  • Monarch; neutral.
  • Ruler; neutral.
  • Sovereign; neutral.
  • Your Majesty; neutral, a way of addressing royalty.
  • Quing; queer, mix of King and Queen.
  • Caln; queer, created word based on the K/Q sound of King and Queen.

Prince/Princess

  • Prin; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Prinxe; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princet; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princette; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princev; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princen; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Princus; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending.
  • Your Highness; neutral, a way of addressing royalty.
  • Heir; neutral, refers to future monarchy.
  • Princex; queer, based on the Prince/ss ending, POC-coined and POC exclusive.

Lord/Lady

  • Lairde; queer, based on the sound of La in Lady and rd in Lord.
  • Layde; queer, based on the sound of La in Lady and rd in Lord.
  • Ruler; neutral.
  • Liege; neutral, term of address for a Lord/Lady.
  • Sovereign; neutral.
  • Suzerain; neutral, a feudal equivalent of Lord/Lady.
  • Potentate; neutral, a Latin word for someone in power.

God/Goddess

  • God; neutral.
  • Goddex; queer, based on the God/dess ending.
  • Goddette; queer, based on the God/ess ending.
  • Goddeq; queer, based on the God/ess ending.
  • Deity; neutral, another word meaning god.

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Lai Guanlin - School-AU!

First proper Scenario, here we go!

Word Count: 984

  • It was the beginning of the new school year, and seeing as though it was the final year of high school, it was strange to have a new guy starting.
  • He introduced himself as Guanlin, a student from Taipei needing experience in overseas school life
  • He’s one of his school’s best English speakers and was studying international culture
  • He sat on the desk a few away from you and you couldn’t help but see how tall and kind of intimidating he was
  • me: a smol 
  • Your teacher needed someone to give him a tour around the grounds 
  • You put yourself forward to do so and grabbed your bag ready to leave
  • Guanlin’s height seems intimidating at first, but when he gives you a shy gummy smile as you walk around, that flies out the window
  • As you show him round the various departments, he tells you about himself
  • He likes to rap, he knows 3 languages fluently, wants to cook but honestly can’t and likes all sports pretty much
  • You: a dance and music student, love his interests too and hit it off pretty much instantly

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you know i always thought it was a bit odd how people who are in love with the word q*eer and proudly identify as that refuse to allow the word lesbian the same kind of treatment. 

they’ll go on and on about the history of the word q*eer and how it’s important to let people identify as that, and how it should never be censored and called a slur despite it’s history but the moment they see hardships involved with the word lesbian it becomes “its a dirty sex word what do you expect :/”  and so much shaming/dismissing over the idea of ever trying to reclaim it.

 i see so much “well just use a different word” in response to lesbians venting over the censorship and sexualization of their identity from the q*eer community.  i see so much people who identify as  q*eer acting as if lesbian is a dirty word that should never be used.  it just sucks and i don’t understand how people who go “my identity isn’t a slur uwu”  will in the next breath go “well maybe you shouldnt call yourself a l*sbian if you want to be treated like a human being :/ “