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Five Things Tag

I was tagged by so many people, I hope I can find everyone from my notifications… Thank you so much for the tag @little-lady-mimi @jemchew @books-and-colours @small-and-nerdy !

Five Things You’ll Find In My Bag

  • Extra charger
  • Scissors
  • Painkillers
  • Band-aids
  • Xylitol pastilles

Five Things You’ll Find In My Bedroom

  • Linen closet
  • Printer
  • A monitor so we can watch tv from bed
  • Chargers
  • Lube

Five Things You’ve Always Wanted To Do

  • Travel
  • Learn new languages
  • Go for an adventure (still waiting for you Gandalf/the Doctor)
  • Have a colouring book
  • Study abroad

Five Things That Make You Happy

  • My family
  • Otome games
  • Writing
  • Tea
  • Chocolate

Five Things I’m Currently Into

  • SLBP
  • Natsume Yuujinchou
  • Eurovision (I promise I’ll stop talking about this in a few weeks)
  • Sleep
  • Silence

Five Things On My To-Do List

  • Fics
  • Requests
  • Chores
  • Play games that help with oral skills
  • Buying new clothes

5 Things People May Not Know About Me

  • I have written smut for a magazine and got paid for it
  • I love singing
  • I occasionally smoke, especially when I’m stressed and/or anxious
  • I have nicknamed my kids Vorlon and Dalek, and unfortunately, they live up to their nicknames
  • I have postpartum depression and anxiety and they make me even more introverted than I usually am

Tagging @minnimay17 @suzunesays @sinfulinsecret @viridian99 @ceka122 @i-dont-look-good-i-look-great

anonymous asked:

what do you think of jonas dating emma? i feel like he'd never do that.

hey lovie! ah, I don’t seem to mind it as much as other people. it’s a little bit random but also, Jonas is always hooking up with everyone so it makes sense, I think. I feel like I’ve seen a lot of people saying like, he’d never do that, and while I get that, I don’t mind seeing him brought down from his pedestal a little bit, hahaha. he’s one of my favorite characters on skam but he’s also just as problematic as everyone else and this small reminder isn’t a bad thing, I feel like. it’s a little bit strange that he’s inviting Emma for Sana’s party though. like, maybe he should have asked Sana if that was okay first?

anonymous asked:

Hey! Don't wanna be rude (and if this question seems too personal, feel free to ignore). But you seem like quite a feminine person, why exactly do you feel like a genderless person if you could and want to explain. Again, not trying to be rude! I'm just curious :) love your art btw!

I’m sorry but I would like to ask how I seem feminine?  This is my art blog, so I don’t use it except for art. Unless you are assuming my art style is more “feminine” I don’t see how this is an ok question to ask on an art blog.

I’d let it slide if you came from my personal, but then if you knew my personal then you could have asked there.

But for the sake of setting things straight I will answer your question.

I don’t like gendered pronouns. I never have. This was my first indication that I might be agender or something along the genderless line. Not only did I despise gendered pronouns but, and as cliche as it sounds, I never felt male/female or anything generally in between.

So I grew up with this gross internal feeling of un-comfort whenever I was refereed to as a boy or girl (My legal name is Jordan, so many were confused about my sex, especially on paperwork.)

I always thought it was some puberty thing, and it would eventually pass. But it never did. In fact, It got worse. Yes, at birth my doctor designated me as female. So when puberty hit, I got boobs and hips and my uterus decided I deserve a little piece of hell every month.

That’s when the proverbial shit hit the fan for me. I mean early in life, no one could tell my gender, I was literally the definition of androgynous. But puberty fucked that up. All I heard after it was “Her” “She” “Daughter” any feminine word you can think of I was called it. It made me nauseous.

At some point I had had enough, I turned to google and found words to describe this unknown feeling. I went through many names for it. Genderfluid, demi-boy, trandgendered (to male), and many more.

But non of them ever felt “right” until I decided on agender, and if felt… perfect. Well, perfect for me.

No gender, they/them pronouns, just a human doin human things.

So yeah, I’m a genderless human. Who feels genderless. Because I am. Blep.