This is a continuation of Artemis’ work, so you might wanna read that first.
Warnings: Implied Rape, Referenced Physical Abuse, Team is bad to Lance trope, implied eating disorder (kind of)
Lance doesn’t need them anyways. Sure, that’s what he said earlier, but an hour later, there he was crying to his bedsheets, mumbling about how he was just a useless seventh wheel and not even his “best friend” wanted him around. He pushed himself up off the bed and wiped at his face, feeling icky and drained from all the crying as he blew his nose. He stared at the ground, wondering what he’d do now. He knew he didn’t have any other friends. He’d just have to make some then. He took a shower, cleaned himself up, and faked a brilliant smile at his mirror. With the help of some eyedrops, it didn’t even look like he’d been crying. He pulled on a pair of skinny jeans and ignored his still buzzing phone. He perused his clothes for a shirt before finding a hoodie of Hunk’s.
Patrick Stump is a cryptid reportedly living in the Chicago suburbs. He was first documented in the year 2001, but many sources claim that he could have been around from as early at 1984. He is described as a “small, short” cryptid with dirty blonde hair and “blue eyes with a yellow ring around them”. His most recognisable feature is a black fedora atop his head, which many theorize to be where he gets his energy from. Previous incarnations of the fedora have also been trucker hats, baseball caps and beanies.[2.1]
Past encounters with this cryptid have shown him to be harmless and a threat to no one. Unlike other cryptids, he is unusually friendly and “sweet” and is a favourite amongst the cryptid community. He is very shy and tends to avoid cameras but will take pictures with anyone who asks politely. Sightings of Patrick Stump most commonly occur near or inside record stores,leaving many to believe that the cryptid may be attracted to vinyl records for unknown reasons. Another popular location the cryptid frequents are waffle houses.
Patrick is a very rare cryptid, with no sightings documented since October 28th 2016.Many speculate that he is busy caring for his family, which accounts for the lack of sightings.If anyone should spot this cryptid, the best course of action is to politely stop him and ask him for a selfie as many in the cryptid community are concerned and curious as to where he’s been.
can u even imagine luke as a kid, waiting for tiffany to be born, probably daydreaming abt what a great older bro he’d be, already coming up with nicknames and ways to play with his baby sibling without hurting them
I'm a young trans guy and I've only come out to my closest friend. Do you have any advice for people unable to come out, wear binders, and things like that? Also, when I came out to my friend, they came out to me as non binary. What can I do to support them fully? Thank you so much! Much love!! 💕
First of all, congratulations on coming out to someone, that’s a big deal! ❤️ I’m not the best at giving advice, & I’d recommend you check out blogs like @trans-relatable, @brotherly-advice , and similar blogs for stuff like this, there are more people running those with more experiences than just me, and you might find that people have already asked the questions you have! That being said, I can offer a few things as I was in a similar position to you when I started coming out:
Sports bras are a manageable alternative to binders if you’re unable to wear one for whatever reason. Just be sure you don’t buy one that’s too small.
Boxers are really great because they can alleviate dysphoria but no one has to know you’re wearing them because they’re not visible to the public. They can also be pretty cheap too, so they’re easily attainable.
Masculine deodorant/cologne. I found this to be really helpful in the beginning, maybe you will too!
I changed my name/pronouns with a few close friends at first before I really came out. They referred to me as Eli/he/him when it was safe to, and this was really helpful to me too. Don’t feel pressured to tell everyone right away, you can just try it with a few friends first!
I really like wearing hats (beanies, baseball hats, flat-brim hats, etc.), I find they make me feel/look more masc. & I’m more comfortable that way. And they can be really helpful if you’re unable to cut your hair.
Shirts that button up, have collars, or pockets, really help alleviate my dysphoria. If you’re unable to buy “men’s” clothes, you can easily wear button up women’s shirts, flannels, etc.
Allllll that being said, this is just my experience. Lots of different people have different experiences and different things that help them, so these might not apply to you, and that’s okay! Like I said before, please check out transgender blogs/websites/resources directly for more questions like this ❤️
are you a sun or moon lesbian? a sky or sea lesbian? a book or movie lesbian? a beanie or baseball cap lesbian? a makeup or no makeup lesbian? a rain or sun lesbian? a photography or painting lesbian? a chocolate or vanilla lesbian?