perfecting a mistake

You shouldn’t have to represent all nonbinary people just because you are nonbinary.

You don’t have to be perfect. You can be angry or sad. You can make mistakes or change your opinions. You don’t have to have all the answers.

You are a person, not an infallible nonbinary ambassador to cis and binary people.

Just living your life while being nonbinary is testament enough to us.

  • Friend: *repeatedly pointing out typo I made*
  • Me: shut uo
  • Friend: UO
Yuri on Ice

• really good sports anime
• beautiful art with lots of attention to small details
• interesting and diverse characters with greatly varried ages
• non-sterotypical representation of different countries
• healthy competition. Everyone is still friends. Except JJ, JJ is an ass
• Even though everyone wants to win they still support their friends
• The dog didn’t die
• the show has some really funny moments
• shows a pretty accurate depiction of anxiety
• Doesn’t pretend getting in a relationship will fix all your problems
• Nobodies perfect, characters make mistakes and learn from them
• relationships grow naturally
• cute date episode
• healthy canon homosexual relationship between two main chacters
• the healthy canon homosexual relationship is also an interracial relationship
• they got engaged!!!!
• Drunk dancing Yuuri
• Pole Dancing Yuuri
Ok, Who sold their soul? I want to personally thank them


The new appraisal system was clearly a blessing (who am i kidding? It was a mistake!!!).

Candela is usually passionate in voicing a problem with this but she burnt out by the sheer numbers that she doesn’t care anymore

Blanche on the other hand, who had a calm and cool composure that melted into a searing torrent of boiling water ready to kill the next dirty joke.

Spark…. well he’s an innocent cinnamon roll that shouldn’t be saying these things LOL XD!!!

I hope that you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re doing something.
—  Neil Gaiman