my first selfie ever

Because @pokemon-professor-grey tagged me (literally) & it’s the only selfie I have rn…


Happy Purim, all! I am the butterfly princess. :)


Multicolor Jair + lazy eye. 😌💖


Guardvengers Icons 

We’re not a team of heroes, more like a… a… band of them.

The Guardvengers are the children of the Avengers in an alternate timeline, highschoolers by the first Avenger’s movie, each child in the ever expanding universe had their own set of skills and powers, eventually growing out of their parent’s shadows to becomes heroes in their own right. 

(Disclaimer: we aren’t this young anymore lmao. including: @pomegranatekylo as Rose Rogers, @to-live-is-to-dance as Arielle Barton, me (@kalamitis) as Kay Thorsdottir, @valuepup as “Tutu” Colson, @pages0f as Coleen Fury, @leafie as Laura Banner, @astrasavant as Carlee Stark, and @iridescent-apricity22 as Danielle Romanoff.) 

Art in the corners of these icons is by the amazing @askthederpvengers, who I’ve been following since the very first avengers movie, clearly. If you haven’t followed them, please do!!!


Happy TDoV, guys! Have some reverse chronological selfies!

Time for an explanation.

I’ve never really felt like a girl. Actually, gender as a whole has been an entirely confusing concept for as long as I can remember. When I was 15, some finally explained that gender ≠ sex. Since then, it’s been a wild ride of trying to figure out who I am and how my gender identity fits in with my other identities.

It’s been especially difficult because I don’t entirely feel like I belong with either boys or girls. I don’t fit any stereotypes or traditional gender roles. And that’s not a bad thing, but it’s hard to be myself in a world that has no place for me. Today is my first step in making a place for myself.

So this is me coming out as a nonbinary boy (which might change since I’m still trying to figure out who I am). Mostly I’m just me. If anyone ever wants to talk about trans stuff, comics, or dragons, send me a message!

(They/them or he/him, but please use she/her if you know me IRL. I’m not ready to come out to everyone quite yet.)