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@simmerdowngirl​ made a new ‘Style It 5 Ways’ video featuring my Zoey Crop Top! Yaaay, thank you! ♥ ♥  So gorgeous outfits, they all look wonderful! I’m a big fan of SimmerDown’s videos, she makes LPs, CC shopping videos, CAS and Lookbook videos, you should definitely check out her channel!

Hello lovely people I have a teeny tiny request for you. You should definitly go check out my friends blog @clitterglitter because she just recently came back to tumblr and needs cool people to follow and talk to. She’s super funny and chill and totally into women. As a bonus she’s an apprentice piercer and she’s in training to be a mortician which is so fucking cool. So if your looking for a cool person to follow you should absolutely go check out her blog and drop her a message or ask if you want to talk. Thanks again friends love you guys and hope your all having a good day as always.

Shoutout to people who grew up with emotionally unsupportive parents and have to hear other people talk about how supportive their families are while you’re basically guiding yourself through life. You’re strong and brave.

SHOUTOUT
  • shoutout to bisexual boys who are told they’re actually just gay
  • shoutout to bisexual girls who are told they’re really straight and just want attention
  • shoutout to bi kids who are told that bisexuality isn’t real and they have to “pick a side”
  • shoutout to pansexual kids who are told that pansexuality isn’t real and have to deal with stupid “so you wanna fuck a pan?” jokes
  • shoutout to ace and aro kids who are told they just “haven’t found the right person yet”
  • shoutout to poly folks who are told they are cheating and cannot love more than one person
  • shoutout to all the ignored sexualities and romantic identities that have to take a lot of shit from everyone
  • YOU ARE ALL GREAT AND WONDERFUL AND VALID AND I CARE ABOUT YOU
Shoutout to the black boys

Shoutout to the black boys who do ballet.
Shoutout to the black boys who are gymnasts.
Shoutout to the black boys who are acrobats.
Shoutout to the black boys that do yoga.
Shoutout to the black boys who are cheerleaders.
Shoutout to the black boys that play soccer.
Shoutout to the black boys that play volleyball.
Shoutout to the black boys that play tennis.
Rugby.
Golf.
Hockey.
Shoutout to the black boys who are models.
Shoutout to the black boys who are poets/writers.
Shoutout to the black boys who cook/bake.
Shoutout to the black boys that are opera singers.
Shoutout to the black boys that are fat.
Shoutout to the black boys that are skinny/bony.
Shoutout to the black boys with eating disorders.
Shoutout to the black boys with mental illnesses.
Shoutout to the black boys with disabilities.
Shoutout to the black boys who are gay.
Shoutout to the black boys who are trans.
Shoutout to the black boys who are bisexual.
Shoutout to the black boys who are asexual.
Shoutout to the black boys with crooked teeth.
Shoutout to the black boys with huge/tiny ears.
Shoutout to the black boys with weird belly buttons.
Shoutout to the black boys that are short.
Shoutout to the black boys that can’t grow facial hair.
Shoutout to the black boys that are afraid to be themselves.
Shoutout to the black boys that never feel like they are enough.

You are enough, and we love you. If they don’t, I sure as hell do. Don’t let anyone tell you that you aren’t talented or beautiful, or “not black enough” or “man enough” because of the things you enjoy or deal with in live. You are valid. You are loved. You are important. And that’ll never change.

shoutout to everyone who has to sit through long religious ceremonies even though they are no longer religious.

shoutout to everyone who isn’t in a safe environment today and can’t express their opinions

shoutout to everyone who has to sit through homophonic and transphobic table talk.

shoutout to all my girls who have to hear endless stereotypes & sexism today.

shoutout to everyone who will hear “you look good without makeup though!!” and “but, you’re a boy, why are you wearing makeup??”

shoutout to everyone who is suffering through an eating disorder and still have to sit through Easter dinner.

shoutout to all my boys who are wearing dresses today no matter what their families tell them.

shoutout to everyone who has to hear the wrong name or pronouns today.

I’m sorry that today may be very overwhelming for you, please remember that you can always leave to go the bathroom for a few deep breaths. I love you, thank you for being alive.

Shout out to the writers

  • Who can never finish a book.
  • Who don’t know how to battle constant writer’s block.
  • Who don’t have “good” writing.
  • Who have yet to figure out their own style.
  • Who have poor grammar.
  • Who cannot explain why they love to write.
  • Who take months to update.

It’s okay, you will get there. No one becomes a good writer over night, we all have to practice and reach far for it.

SHOUT OUT TO:

•all the boys that found out they were gay this year
• everyone who this year came out as bi, asexual, pansexual, demisexual, etc.
•all the girls that found out they were gay this year
•those who this year fight against their mental illness
•those who are healing from the past and survive this year
•those who are transitioning
•those who found love
•those who are still healing their broken hearts
•Those who are still in the closet
•and those who came out of it
•everyone who discover their sexuality this year

ALL OF YOU WHO DID SOMETHING IM PROUD OF YOU
YOU MADE IT

Shoutout to black asexuals!!

Sex repulsed black aces
Sex positive black aces
Sex neutral black aces
Black aces who’ve had sex
Black aces who’re still virgins
Black aces who are out
Black aces who are in the closet
Black aces in their teens
Black aces who are in their twenties on up
Questioning black aces
Black aces who’ve always known they were ace
Demisexual black aces
Grey asexual black aces
Black aromantic asexuals

I hope in 2016 the black community will recognize that we exist! We definitely need more conversations about being black and asexual.

Also,

Shoutout to the autistic people who don’t just calmly stim in the corner and play around on tumblr. Shoutout to any and all autistic people who;

- have frequent meltdowns
- bang their heads
- speak too much
- have ‘gross’ stims (picking scalp, skin, scratching, etc.)
- vocal stim
- don’t stim at all
- don’t ‘look the part’
- special interests aren’t ‘cute’
- cannot pass for ‘quirky’ and ‘eccentric’
- have other disabilities and/or mental illness

You all matter. Each one.

SPN Fandom Emergency Word

I’ll make a new post for this to spread the word.

If you have a hard time, feel down, depressed or simply feel like there’s nothing good anymore, use the fandom emergency word to let your followers know. It doesn’t matter why, it doesn’t matter when. No one needs to be ashamed of having a rough time and needing their friends to be there for them.

Funky Town

No explanation needed if you don’t want to, you can use this word however you want and see fit. Post it, send it to someone’s ask if you need them, it doesn’t matter. It’s a signal for others to know you need them.

Let us remind each other that we are a Family. Don’t let hate separate us, don’t let the hate and negativity destroy the amazing fandom we have. Be there for your friends, followers and mutuals, for everyone in need. He there for the family.

Funky Town means: “I’m in trouble, I need you.” And that’s a thing that happens to all of us, if we admit it or not. Spread the word, stand together. This word might not take us to the people who need us, but it is a signal to those who care for you that you need them.