em. 19. genderqueer.

mildly articulate. eccentric interests and aesthetics. cunt pride.

I live for you, mama.


Pictured above is the world’s largest indoor farm illuminated by LEDs, which opened this month in Japan. Inside, 18 cultivation racks reach 15 levels high, and are outfitted with 17,500 GE LED light fixtures developed specifically for this facility. The indoor farm can grow lettuce two-and-a-half times faster than an outdoor farm, and is already producing 10,000 heads of it per day. Read more about this breakthrough in modern farming at GE Reports.   


Alfredo Barsuglia - Social Pool, 2014

long-term installation on a remote, secret location in the Mojave Desert

(Source: exasperated-viewer-on-air, via baptisms)


lol at everyone telling me it was just a phase


lol at everyone telling me it was just a phase

(via mollysoda)


!!!! Looks all around

(Source: global-fashions, via zerogoukki)


Bethann Hardison on racism in the fashion industry.

From About Face: Supermodels then and now

(via queensofthewild)


pre-homecoming 1991
"freshman year of high school. my date was mike dear, who was put in prison a couple of years later for attempting to stab his mother.
"my dress was from 5-7-9 at genesee valley mall."


pre-homecoming 1991

"freshman year of high school. my date was mike dear, who was put in prison a couple of years later for attempting to stab his mother.

"my dress was from 5-7-9 at genesee valley mall."

(via baptisms)

(Source: the-goldengirls, via deadboydancing)

(Source: monstergagaholic, via poweradepuke)

Anonymous said: i dont know if you can relate to this problem but here it goes: I'm really shy and have trouble making friends (got none tbh). Do you have any suggestions how can i make friends, and how can i get outta ma shell?(ps: I'm moving to a bigger city pretty soon)


I like to play “sit in the middle of a group of people with some food and ask if anyone wants some” and it’s terrifying but people love food

This is college advice too y’all js

Be nice, ask names and hometowns and majors if that’s relevant, keep asking questions without being invasive, don’t make it all about you

And hey if you’re introverted that’s totally cool make that known and be honest about being shy

Anonymous said: I'm in a position where someone I run into on an almost-daily basis is being super over-familiar with me simply because we're both members of the same minority group. I tried to be patient with him, but it just really bothers me how much this person oversteps their boundaries (asking personal questions, insisting I shake his hand, etc.) Any polite way of saying "back the fuck off, bro?" I'd like to keep our interactions strictly professional.

Sit down and be real. You don’t really owe them anything - maybe they’re looking for someone to support and pat them on the back and identify with, maybe they’re super lonely -  if you’re Mother Theresa and not me you may be able to breathe and deal with this but I totally feel you about wanting some fucking space and you deserve it. Let them know that you’re cool with them as a person but need your space and boundaries. Use “I” statements. Don’t back down if they act a fool.

Anonymous said: I was just looking at your instagram. You are fucking gorgeous.

Stahhhhhp <3

Anonymous said: why are your thoughts on justin bieber like his stupid mistakes he is making and do you listen to his music i have an idea you dont

no1 care about crappy rich cis white dude being crappy

if anyone his shit is indicative of the level of privilege afforded to his demographic - google “affluenza” and gag

Anonymous said: i need help with being more assertive and saying what i want em please tips and suggestions i have a hard time saying what i want especially in my career that is a huge problem im not going to be successful if i dont speak up
  • Dude take a public speaking class. Can be super duper helpful for anyone, even if you’re not having trouble with what you’d think of as public speaking.
  • Think before you speak! If that means speaking slower, go for it. If that means not speaking immediately, go for it. Let the person you’re speaking to know that you need some time to think about whatever, and make sure you can contact them.
  • BREATHE omg I swear just breathe sometimes 
Anonymous said: Hello. I have a few questions about coming out. I identify as genderqueer and ive told my close friends and my mother. I was wondering how did your parents react and if you were ever bullied, how did you deal with them?
  • My parents took a while, but they got with it. Every little thing was a battle, and I mean since I was like two but especially once this became a public everyday thing, but once they figured out I was serious and understood how much it hurt me to force myself into what I wasn’t, I guess they figured they loved and supported me more than they didn’t like the nail polish. It can still be arduous but ultimately five years later I feel like we’re in a pretty good place
  • I don’t know if I’d say I was bullied as opposed to felt generally unsafe and unwanted and unsupported in my environment? Death threats happened and I guess that was bullying and I was probably 90% lucky and 10% smart enough not to get into any real physical confrontations but yeah people talked mad shit and avoided me and even the nice liberal kids acted like I was stupid but that’s misogyny and the idea of femininity being “extra” or “vain” for you yeah fuck liberals in that regard and I have no doubt that should conditions have shifted even a hair’s length, I could have been really fucked and that was terrifying more than anything else
  • I had hella therapy to deal with both of them like four years of weekly therapy and I learned to focus on the stuff in my life that wasn’t shitty - I found tools and the personal strength to understand my value and the value of my identity as an intrinsic part of what I have to offer this world. I educated myself about the constructs and intention behind the gender binary and studied methodologies for the elimination of suffering both in my case and via precedent regarding ableism, race, imperialism, etc.
  • Remind yourself of you as a child. This breaks my heart at the same time as heals me. Remember what a bright, curious, caring kid you were. You weren’t always angry. Ground yourself in your body and in the oughts of the world, then go fix the are ‘s. Above all, remember that you are in control of your shit. You may need help getting there, but your head and your body is yours and you are powerful and loving.
Anonymous said: what do you think about laverne cox being on the cover of essence magazine and black cis women want to boycott the magazine for putting a trans woman on the cover.just fucking stupid its just a magazine these bitches need to get over themselves.

a) lets not call women “these bitches”

b) yeah that’s shitty you already know

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