• have tattoos or body piercings
• smoke / drink / use
• embrace your sexuality
• didn’t have a troubled childhood
• still live with your parents
• are overweight / underweight
• drink from a regular glass
• don’t wear diapers / pull-ups
• don’t wear onesies or footie pajamas
• dislike using pacifiers
• prefer showers over baths
would rather collect books instead of stuffed animals • think glitter is too messy to keep around • pink or blue ( or rainbow ) isn’t your color • find coloring / crafts boring • find cartoons or disney movies non-entertaining • don’t eat sweets • dislike chicken nuggets / fruit snacks / macaroni & cheese • dislike juices or milk • prefer actual children over animals • have kids / are pregnant • need space / alone time • have a mental disorder ( not only anxiety & depression ) •
have a physical disability • are a member of the lgbtq+ community • don’t have a caregiver
• & more…
you are too unique to fall under a stereotype perfectly so don’t worry about your body type, regressors, or whether you’re a “real little” or not, you are validno matter the situation. there are no rules to “little” - all you need is yourself to get lost in the feeling.
An Explanation:Automatic Writing is when you let an spirit/entity take a hold of your hand and move it to write, scribble, draw and communicate. It’s a (usually) safe way to communicate with spirits, as long as you stay calm and don’t let fear take over.
A Fair Warning:
Fear is food for spirits. Feed them, and they’ll get stronger. Stay serene. Automatic writing takes practice and might not work on the first try.
If you want to be very safe, surround yourself with a circle of salt.
A lot of people prefer to do automatic writing in the nude, however, you do whatever makes you comfortable.
Spirits like to come out at night, so you might be more successful then. Now, to the actual writing.
Light a candle (preferably new and black for protection, but white’ll do) near where you’ll be sitting. Sit comfortably. Some people prefer to do so half laying back. Take your pen in whichever hand you want (maybe best in the hand you’re not predominant in? Since you body will have less control over the writing in that case.). Place it on the blank page. Close your eyes. Enter a meditative state. Calm your mind. Let go of all thoughts and just breathe. Relax your arm entirely so that you have no muscular control over it. If your hand starts writing, let it do so. Don’t open your eyes. Don’t try and see what they wrote, what they drew, anything. Eyes closed, relax. If you feel yourself starting to take control of your hand, let go of the pen and wait until you’ve relinquished all hold on the arm that’s writing. Don’t try and understand, interpret or control. Let it flow. Once you feel that it is over, open your eyes, put the pen away, thank the spirit, say goodbye, turn the candle off, throw it away and then, you may look at what was written. By candle light, no danger should come. If you feel unsafe or that something “evil” or “bad” has taken a hold of your arm (and it frightens you), just request help from beings of light to protect you, or that your guides come and help you. If you want to communicate with a particular person, you may try by having an image of them or an object that belonged to them with you, but it’s a bit like chatroulette, you could get anyone from anywhere. And they might not even know how to write or speak your language, Remember that.
Samhain is coming up! It’s a great time to get into spirit work, channeling and such. The veil between our worlds are thinner.
Some writers have been said to write entire books through this method. And some have had lengthy conversations with spirits this way (once you’re good enough, you can keep you eyes open and ask questions.) Either way, stay safe. Have fun, and share your experiences with me!
Kansas City has a rich history of LGBTQ activism, and reminds us just how important a safe space can be! :~)
In the 1980’s, with the discovery of AIDS and increased discrimination against the LGBTQ community, some women in the Kansas City area started Phoenix Books. This local gathering space gave the LGBTQ community a safe space to gather, read, debate, and even make change. The community created at Phoenix Books gave people like Jon Barnett, the founder of a local AIDS-activism group, the encouragement to run of political office as an openly gay man. Though Barnett lost his bid for city council, the message was sent, LGBTQ people existed in Kansas City. This was a huge step in the process for Kansas City to pass an ordinance banning discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Tonight, we partner with LIKEME Lighthouse-KC which is a volunteer-based organization that connects the LGBTQ community to resources that they can take advantage of. They also offer on-site counseling services. Because LGBTQ individuals, particularly youth, may not know where to go to get services such as therapy, housing, or even entertainment, LIKEME Lighthouse-KC is a valuable resource. Your support of this organization will help local youth get connected to services they may otherwise go without.
Want a ticket upgrade? We’re taking donations that are often taken for granted. We are asking that you bring lightly used prom wear to donate at the show. Bring at least one to be entered in a raffle for a ticket upgrade.
What an inspiration!! 🌈 Thank you Charlotte Kilroy for your generosity & for supporting LGBTQ+ youth 💜
If you need support, we’re here 24/7 for you at: 866.488.7386 💜TrevorChat is available 3-9pm ET daily & you can find a safe, international online community at: TrevorSpace.org and more resources at thetrevorproject.org 💜
#1 Don’t talk shit about the offering dishes and decorations other people use. Period. It’s not your altar, you don’t know their financial situation, if something is an heirloom, or what has shaped their aesthetic preferences and decisions. You don’t like it? Then don’t build your own based off of it; but don’t insult what’s on another persons altar. If someone has built an altar to their deities, they are trying to express their love for those deities. Don’t belittle that love just because it’s not the same way you would show your love.
With the outcome of the nerve-racking election, I know we are all scared. Lemme be honest, I’m fucking freaked out—scared shitless even—but, this is the time we need to stand together. With what may or may not happen, WE NEED TO STAND AS ONE! We will weather this damn storm, we will continue fighting till the last one of us have equal rights and are protected from those who mean to harm us. I want you to know, I am here for you all. I can be your rock, your friend and your ally. Fuck, I can be your leader if need be. Transcend Girl will FOREVER and ALWAYS be a safe zone for those of the LGBT+ community. I would also like to extend a loving hand to those who feel they aren’t safe. Any cisgender women, person of color, Muslim, immigrant, etc era, you are welcome here. We will greet you with loving open arms. I want all of you to know, I love each and everyone one of you. It doesn’t matter your age, gender, sexuality, social status, religion, or the color of your skin. You are loved here and you are accepted for WHO YOU ARE. Let us stand together and show everyone that no matter what they throw at us, we aren’t going anywhere. We will not hide in that closet! We are here to stand and you better fucking believe that WE WILL FIGHT BACK! LOVE NOT HATE! Know that I’ll keep doing my best to make everyone laugh and crack a goofy ass smile. I’m not giving up my dreams and you shouldn’t either. As the one and only Transcend Girl, I promise you that this blog will always be full of love, excessive vulgarity and an exceptional love of breasts. STAY STRONG! We may be pushed down, but little do they know, we are aiming for that kill shot! We will win! WE ARE ALL HUMAN! WE ALL STAND TOGETHER!
The amount of Witches of Color and LGBTQIA Witches that are on Tumblr now makes me so proud!!
Two years ago, when I first started looking into witchcraft and paganism they were practically nonexistent. It was really hard to find.
Not saying that, Non POC or LGBTQ witches weren’t cool, but sometimes as a beginner witch I felt they were not approachable. They were really popular among the community and there was a lot of drama at the time.
Either way, it’s amazing how so many different cultures and ethnic backgrounds of all age groups, sexualities, genders, religions and social classes can come here and share what we have learned, found out, put into existence and teach others.
New, baby witches have a place to feel safe right now and that’s the best thing ever.