i think that i m lesbian

It’s been a while since I had anything substantial to show from Super Lesbian Animal RPG, with much of what I’m working on being spoilers. So let’s fix that with some new NPCs (who I’d previously talked about on my Patreon)!

Starting at the top left:

  • Beverly, by far the most significant character of this bunch, works in a restaurant in Greenridge and is friends with our protagonists. Beverly doesn’t really get herself involved with dangerous magical adventures, thinking that it’s all way over her head, but her optimistic attitude will make her a good friend to have in these trying times. Claire works at the same restaurant and has a crush on her
  • Chet is Rhett’s brother. He’s very buff, and he has a desk job in the Guardian’s Tower. He’s nice
  • Catherine is a middle aged cat lady who runs a local magic shop. You’ll probably be giving her a lot of business. When not running said shop, she takes care of many of the flowers seen around town
  • Pepper is Catherine’s young daughter. Her grandpa has told her too many stories from his youth about his many adventures. When she grows up, she wants to be evil
  • And finally, Bartholomew is Pepper’s grandpa (and Catherine’s regular pa). He is old

All of these characters were designed by @exclamationpointman with some guidance and revisions from me. I’ll probably post his concept art for them soon. These sprites were a long time coming!

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anonymous asked:

To be honest, the way you're categorising people based off of their sexuality and race is so damn stupid. I'm cis and white, and I've never had a transphobic, sexist or racist thought in my life. Everyone should accept everyone, and you're clearly not. Jfc. Also, isn't this supposed to be a Harry Potter blog? Not a place for people to be rude and prejudice.

i mean, you definitely have had a transphobic thought if you think cis/trans are “sexualities”. that’s literally a transphobic and untrue thought. being trans has nothing to do with sex/orientation, at all, and it’s harmful misinformation that has prevented trans people (particularly trans lesbians) from transitioning for years.

so nice try, but no. you’re transphobic.


I’m so sorry about what trump has done to all you amazing and brace transgender people. I fortunately live in England but I’m so deadly sorry for what the arsehole has done. You deserve as much love, support and right to live on this earth. Please don’t think you aren’t normal or beautiful because everyone human deserve a chance to live. A chance to be themselves. A chance to see who they are. A mostly a chance to see they are beautiful and amazing and unique.


anonymous asked:

you know what i’m tired of? i’m tired of having to search and search for wlw fics and art. i’m tired of seeing so much mlm when as a lesbian I want to see myself be represented. when it comes to fandoms I notice that a lot of us are wlw and that confuses me. why do we tend to focus on gay guys?

I think there are a lot of contributing factors, actually! I know that for me personally, when I first got into shipping and fandoms and m/m content, though I didn’t know it at the time, it was because I was craving lgbt representation as well as a way into the community and exploring the part of life and the world that had always been hidden behind a curtain. I did this through m/m content because I was dealing with internalized lesbophobia, so shipping two guys together allowed me to be in a (most of the time) welcoming lgbt environment and (somewhat) fulfill my need for lgbt rep without facing my internalized issues head on. It opened up the opportunity for me to ease my way into accepting my sexuality as well as gradually take root in a more wlw based part of fandom and untangle some of my lesbophobia.

As a whole, women are a very underrepresented demographic. And of the characters we do have, a lot of them tend to fall short because of lazy writing and sexism. Which leaves us with a significantly smaller number of characters to work with for f/f ships and content than men for m/m ships and content. So, obviously that is going to be reflected in fandoms.

I think a lot of fandom is also made up of straight women who will likely be more inclined toward shipping two men than two women or even a man and a woman. This is again rooted in misogyny and how unsatisfying straight relationships on tv can be, often putting women in stereotypical tropes and having little to no character development or autonomy in their relationship. Obviously this doesn’t work well for a lot of women, so again with the smaller number of women represented and straight women’s attraction to men, I don’t think it’s surprising that straight women would take to shipping men together. This of course makes more of the content you see m/m than f/f.

A huge part of it can also be who you’re following! I’m (obviously) in the pjo fandom and recently I’ve started following a lot of femslash blogs run by wlw! This has exposed me to a lot of amazing wlw content and also opened my eyes on a lot of issues I would have been blind to before. There is no doubt in my mind that there is an imbalance here, but if you want to see more f/f content then follow blogs that post it! 

I’m sure there are other reasons as well but these are the ones that popped to mind. I share your frustrations! If you’d like to see some lady loving ladies, I have a tag dedicated to it, so you can find some cool art here!

anonymous asked:

heY so my gf and i have almost been dating for a year and im so incredibly in love with her like everything just clicks and we get each other and it feels like no time has passed but also like we've known each other forever??? and i know i want to spend the rest of my life with her but we're so young still so its like am i going to end up with her for the rest of my life? i sure hope so! bc i think ive found my soulmate i feel so blessedt

djdjhdhdhd im so happy for you and ur gf babe!!!! honestly love and life work in funny ways and plus I’m just an 18 year old depressed lesbian on the internet so of course I can’t tell you what is and isn’t guaranteed but what I can tell you is make the most of your time together no matter how long that may be whether it’s 10 more days or 10 more years and love and appreciate her every single day

anonymous asked:

hello butchcommunist I am a young lesbian and I think I'm going to go out drinking with a girl who I quite like, we are from different grades at the same school and started as internet friends but we both like each other. I am afraid i will not be good at making conversation or charming enough (I'm older butch, she's younger femme) do you have any advice? Thank you very much :)

First off, if you are REALLY A YOUNG lesbian as you say, you shouldn’t be drinking! I’m going to assume you think I am older than I am, and not a very skeaky gayby!

I think that, if she wants to go drinking with you, she probably already likes talking to you and finds you charming to some degree. Honestly the best advice I can give you is to relax, to ask her questions about herself, to try and have a regular conversation like you would with a friend but flirt more. Conversation points can include work, pets, a sly question about whether she is dating someone asked with a little too much eye contact and a smile, etc, etc. If your goal is to let her know that you are interested, you will just have to flirt to some extent but honestly I think you’re very likely to be fine. Sorry if this isn’t helpful! Feel free to ask more in depth/specifically if not.

anonymous asked:

Can a trans gay guy use the label/identity twink? I'm not really sure of the rules for using gay identity terms tbh........

I personally think so (in the same way trans lesbians can use butch if they want). This is going to depend on the gays around you but I honestly don’t see an issue, I describe myself as a twink all the time.

- Michael

anonymous asked:

Funny fact about me I'm AFAB and I always had crushes on sporty boys and androgenous boys so I had a mild sexuality crisis cause I was always like BUT I DONT THINK IM STRAIGHt??? haha jokes on you middle school me, you aren't a lesbian who likes bull dykes you're just a soft trans gay boy. Takes you 3 fucking years but you figure it out.

yeah like im attracted to masc & fem guys but like….. whenever the Infatuation happens its with a fem guy,,, and before i realised i was gay i would always date girls that were a little more on the butch side?? so yeah big mood man big mood

anonymous asked:

julia do you know of any lesbian history of androgyny that isnt tied to radfems and/or trying to get rid of butch/femme? i'm interested in hearing more about androgynous lesbians but i can't seem to find much other than that or stuff that seems like it's calling very obvious butch women androgynous

I’m not sure why you would want to cut that stuff out if you’re looking at a historical account- lesbian feminist pressure to be androgynous and strip presentations of eroticism are an important part of the history of how American lesbians have thought of their relationship to gender over time- but I think you’re approaching it from the wrong angle! We have this idea, often, of butch/femme as encompassing two ends of the “gender presentation” (I hate that term but it’s the closest I have) spectrum from masculine to feminine, but there have always been women who called themselves butch who just were not very masculine, femmes who were not very feminine, and so on. I think most women who would now be seen as androgynous- and that depends on what you mean by the time- would, historically, have just been parsed as a kind of butch, or, more likely, just abstained from butch/femme culture altogether because they didn’t see themselves in it. I’m positive there have been groups around that experience, but I don’t know of any off the top of my head.

anonymous asked:

hey! i'm questioning my sexuality and honestly i'm thinking maybe i'm more into women (like exclusively) but idk i've had crushes on guys and they feel a bit forced now after the fact but at the same time i'm not entirely sure about that. the more i think about it they feel a lot like i just got obsessed with every guy that was nice to me, and especially in recent years my crushes on girls have felt more authentic but then again people say attraction can feel different for different genders idk

i would check our tag on coercive/compulsory heterosexuality because it’s very common for lesbians to fake crushes on guys that they’re friendly with because we feel obligated to like guys

tbh if u say ur crushes on girls have felt more authentic and u crush on any guy that’s nice to u it sounds like ur a lesbian. i know i had a phase in which i thought i liked any guy that i was friendly with but i wasn’t actually attracted to any of them; i just felt that i should be. 

good luck dear!

anonymous asked:

When I was in denial abt being a lesbian, I started to get into bdsm bc I thought it would make sex easier to go thru with since I'd have less control and agency during. I could just shut off and suck it up. Plus every other woman seemed to love it. I was at the start of a dangerous cycle and I didn't care. If my bf hadn't been so repulsed by it I'm honestly scared to think where I'd be right now. I wouldn't have accepted myself and come out, I probably would've committed suicide by now.


anonymous asked:

god i know how you feel! there's one artist who draws fenris incredibly pale and she gets tons of notes of her art. and when people try to tell her nicely that fenris is in fact darker she's very rude (also she fetishizes gay men and dislikes lesbians so double yikes for that one)

nOOOO i don’t think i’m active enough on here to have seen their art but like. if that artist keeps on drawing fenris as casper the mcfreakin ghost they obv don’t care and i sincerely hope they eventually learn to draw him correctly &&&& maybe get a better attitude while they’re at it.

ALSO HEY @ all of you who continue to support & reblog whitewashed art — consider not supporting that kind of shenanigans ok? speaking as a poc its incredibly hurtful in more ways than you may realize to see characters of color (who are precious to us since there’s so few of them in the spotlight) continually whitewashed & having people call them “beautiful” afterwards like. no. stop. s t o p. and no, artists don’t have the “”“artistic license”“” to whitewash poc. they can draw a character in any style they like but as far as i’m concerned, once they no longer look like themselves (i.e., they’re missing their defining features) they’ve drawn a completely different character.

anonymous asked:

anon from that ask earlier where i had a crush on my bi friend with the boyfriend. she has been talking to me so much more lately and i smile so big every time i get a snap from her. she is constantly telling me I'm "so fucking hot" and i just I'm melting my man. I always try to act all calm and cool around her like the Proper Butch i am but fuck she makes me weak and I'm a mess of a lesbian whenever i think of her. do you think its a good idea to still have hope i could be with her?

Ahhh that’s so cute and also I honestly am not sure??? It might be time to tell her how you feel though and then work from there!
Best of luck if you do!

anonymous asked:

I just thought about morgwen and I'm in pain because I miss those lesbians

my entire life is resumed in thinking about female characters on shows i watched that deserved to be gay together

I think I’m going to be sick.

“After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military.

"Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.”

This is, of course, an incredible excuse given the US defence budget.

The US military’s ban on openly gay and lesbian servicemen and women - known as “Don’t ask don’t tell” - was lifted in 2011.

Aaron Belkin, director of the Palm Centre, a leading think-tank which studies gender and sexuality in the military, told the BBC that Mr Trump’s decision would force transgender troops to in effect live as gays and lesbians did under “Don’t ask, don’t tell”.

“Don’t ask, don’t tell was a disastrous policy that harmed the military for almost two decades,” Mr Belkin said.

“It’s not clear why the president would want to bring it back now for transgender troops, when all the evidence suggests that inclusive policy benefits the military and discrimination hurts the military.”

Just infuriating to see so many inclusions and protections promised and then rolled back for the sake of politics—this is just the latest and will not be the last. While I’m certainly not the most enthusiastic supporter of the US military, this is still a horrible move against the US trans* population (refer to this Twitter thread for more overall social context).

Note that Lambda Legal and ACLU LGBT are looking to get in contact with those affected, likely evaluating options to resist. If you are or know one of the many trans* service members or reservists in the US, please please contact them, because in the end you cannot and do not have to fight this alone.

anonymous asked:

Elia, help. i told my friend that i label myself as bisexual, there's a girl from my city that i'm friends with and she's a lesbian. i like her but only in a friend way. right now my friend (this which i told i'm bi) laughs all the time that i love that girl but i don't, at all. he's annoying me, what can i do?

ugh jesus that must be so annoying?? i think u should either deadpan tell him that u dont like her or like,,, just do the same thing to him until he realises how annoying it is? people do need to understand the “it’s not bc im attracted to this gender that im attracted to evERY PERSON) 

or u could just, like, “well i’m attracted to guys to but i dont like u bitch” or smth like that in a half joke-half roasting way yk?

Here are some LGBT movies I’ve watched !!

Top picks (in alphabetical order)

Big Eden (2000)
Gay artist Henry moves from NYC to small hometown to take care of sick grandfather. A really sweet, heartwarming story. Bonus points for no homophobia (!!) plot line & a gay native american man, Pike, who is adorable and crushes on Henry.

Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Who hasn’t seen this? Two shepherds and their tumultuous love story over the years. 

But I’m a Cheerleader (1999)
Girl gets sent to a boot camp meant to alter her sexuality. Funny and aesthetic and really cheesy but worth the watch.

Carol (2015)
A young woman in her 20s, Therese Belivet is a clerk working in a Manhattan department store and dreaming of a more fulfilling life when she meets Carol, an alluring woman trapped in a loveless, convenient marriage. 

First Girl I Loved (2016)
Girl falls in love with the most popular girl from her school. Bonus points for a nuanced and realistic portrayal of teenagers.

The Way He Looks (Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho, 2014)
Brazilian coming-of-age drama about a blind boy who falls in love with his classmate. Based on a short film called “I don’t want to go back alone”, which you can find on youtube.

Holding The Man (2015)
In the 1970s, two teen boys in Australia fight all obstacles thrown their way and refuse to renounce the love they feel for each other. Based on Australia’s “most famous gay biography”.

I Killed My Mother (J’ai Tué Ma Mère, 2009) 
Biographical drama. Directorial debut of Quebecois actor Xavier Dolan, which he also wrote, produced and starred in. My favourite film by him.

Kill Your Darlings (2013)
Biographical drama/thriller. A murder in 1944 draws together the great poets of the beat generation. Peep Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan.

Laurence Anyways (2012)
A drama that charts ten years in the relationship of a transgender woman’s relationship with her lover. Directed by Xavier Dolan.

Maurice (1987)
The story of a gay man in the early 20th century. A really sweet film with bonus points for being a gay period drama that - spoilers - has a happy ending.

Moonlight (2016) (see title card)
A chronicle of the childhood, adolescence and burgeoning adulthood of a young black man growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami. First lgbt film (and film with all-black cast) to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards 2017.

Pride (2014)
U.K. gay activists work to help miners during their lengthy strike of the National Union of Mineworkers in the summer of 1984. A truly feel-good movie every one should watch.

The Handmaiden (2016)
A woman is hired as a handmaiden to a Japanese heiress, but secretly she is involved in a plot to defraud her. It’s been called a “South Korean Gothic Lesbian Revenge Thriller”. Just watch it. Trust me. 

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
A cult-classic and must-watch. Need I say more?

Rest of movies in alphabetical order under cut, with some commentary by yrs truly (me. a gay.)

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