be ready girls

“if you didn’t discover that label/tumblr/the internet, then you wouldn’t have identified with that bullshit gender.”

no, i wouldn’t have. i would have gone through life thinking something was wrong with me and every time someone uses the wrong pronouns/name, i would have felt like throwing up.

but i did discover that label/tumblr/the internet, and i realised that i wasn’t the only person who felt like this, and that made me feel supported and safe and happy in my own skin.

so kindly fuck off.

4

To the girl he said, “Drink this,” and pressed a cup into her hand. She drank it down at once. It was very tart, like biting into a lemon. A thousand years ago, she had known a girl who loved lemon cakes.

Sydnee Recommends: SCI-FI BOOKS

Young Adult

Shatter Me by Tahera Mafi

  • poetic writing
  • lethal touch
  • beautiful romance disguised as a dystopian

Cinder by Marissa Meyer

  • fairy tale retellings in space
  • cyborgs
  • bamf princesses

Feed by MT Anderson

  • brain bugs
  • capitalism / consumerism runs the worlds
  • its been like 4 years since i read it but i promise its good

172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstad

  • horror/thriller on the moon
  • evil dopplegangers
  • its terrifying

Adult (ish)

Vicious by VE Schwab (are you surprised? I’m not)

  • morally grey characters
  • hero / villain origin story
  • college friends give themselves super powers
  • litter girl that can raise the dead

Ready Player One by Earnest Cline

  • virtual reality / video game
  • 80s reference galore (the nostalgia!)
  • vr treasure hunt

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

  • classic feminist science fiction
  • dystopia (infertility)
  • seriously tho how have you never heard of this??

Graphic Novels (aka I really love Brian K. Vaughn)

Saga by Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples

  • intergalactic war
  • interracial space romeo and juliet story
  • basically the whole galaxy wants to kill their kid
  • bisexual character! giant cat! spider woman bounty hunter!

Paper Girls by Brian K. Vaugh and Cliff Chiang

  • time travel
  • aliens
  • 12 year old girl gang
  • its basically stranger things

Y: The Last Man by Brian K Vaughn, Pia Guerra, and Jose Marzan Jr. 

  • dystopia
  • all the males on the planet die except one man and his monkey
  • bamf women everywhere rebuilding society

Swinging London.
Winter 1965 Men Fashion In London, on a sidewalk in Carnaby Street, four male models in jacket or pullover, with narrow pants, presenting the masculine Mod fashion of the winter of 1965, with Cathy Mcgowan (Ready Steady Go!) . Photo by Philippe Le Tellier, Paris Match

You Get What You Give (Long Distance)

Requested: Yes

Summary: Where Harry’s just begun his solo career and performing is everything that he’s ever dreamed of; he can’t help but feel so alone sometimes though. Feeling as though everyone has someone, and he’s so out of the loop with his love life that it brings an imbalance. However, you can’t take everything and expect to give nothing in return or for everything to be ok for forever.

Word Count: 1,700

Pairing: Harry Styles x Fem!Reader

Warnings: Desperation, Reference to sex, Loneliness, Cursing

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