• 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.
I talked to a prison guard today and he told me that every time he has to put a pedophile in his cell the first time he gets there, after he’s locked him up he shouts, “Maybe time in here will make you learn not to sexually abuse children!” and all the inmates mutter and stuff. The pedophiles usually beat up the next day.
I move for a proposal. Everyone who agrees that if an lgbt+ person says that they’re a pedophile/MAP/NOMAP/ a.k.a child predator, they automatically lose their lgbt+ membership card. Everyone who seconds the motion reblog and say “aye.”
Headcanon that after Matt is rescued, he starts travelling the galaxy, fighting on behalf of the rebellion and doing whatever he can to screw over the Galra. But he also develops a habit of picking up souvenirs on each of the planets and moons he lands on - just little stones or leaves or sticks, whatever he can find - whenever he thinks of Shiro or has a moment where he wishes Shiro is with him. He collects and keeps all of these little trinkets in a box that he carries with him, promising himself that one day he’ll get to show Shiro his collection.
Then he and Shiro are finally reunited. Matt brings out the box and explains what it is before handing it over. Shiro thinks it’s adorable that Matt made a little collection for him, but then he opens it up and is absolutely gobsmacked when he looks inside.
Because the box is filled to the brim and there have to be hundreds or thousands of little rocks and shells and plants and twigs and just so many things from so many planets and this is how often Matt thought of him and this is how much Matt missed him this is physical proof of Matt’s feelings for him and he’s just so overwhelmed he has to put the box down and rest his head in his hands and just breathe because holy god, Matt.
And then Matt has to sheepishly admit that this is just the first box.
It’s good that we’re having these conversations about how butches don’t have male privilege, but I think a lot of y’all are…missing the point, at least to a degree.
It’s true that butchness doesn’t come with a specific code of behaviors or personality traits - butches can be kind, gentle, shy, silly, soft, nurturing, etc.! That is absolutely true! But we don’t have to be any of those things in order to qualify as women. Being tough or aggressive doesn’t magically grant us male privilege, and in the 1950s-60s bar scene where butch/femme culture originated, butches tended to develop these “tough” “aggressive” attitudes so we could cope with and defend ourselves from the horrific violence we experienced at the hands of men. I’m using the past tense here, but homophobia, transphobia, and misogyny still affect us, sometimes in equally violent ways.
If you say “Butches don’t have male privilege” and mean “Butches don’t have male privilege as long as they don’t talk too much or take up too much space”, then you don’t actually support us.
♡Don’t make it hard on them when they go to work, they just want to support and spoil you. I promise you’re on their mind the entire time. Let them know you understand and that you’ll be waiting for them when they’re done.
♡Be there to catch them when they fall. Mommies and Daddies have struggles too and need their little one to pull them through sometimes.
♡Let them know you love them and that they’re amazing! Give the Cg’s praise!
♡Don’t be upset if they fall asleep, they probably need it. Just leave them a cute message for when they wake up.
♡Don’t throw a fit when they cant buy you something! They’re trying their best and probably feel bad that they can’t give you everything you want. Take their hand and let them know it’s okay.
♡Be their shoulder to cry on, or their ear to spill their frustrations to.
♡Support them on their decisions.
♡Mommies and Daddies need their littles as much as we need them, show them that you’re the best little one in the whole wide world and show how much you love them!