honeybabydichotomy
honeybabydichotomy
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honeybabydichotomy · 12 hours ago
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i love seeing people’s writing process and this is what the free writing section of my bodyswap fic notebook looks like…i just have the date and scene so i can transcribe for wordcount tracking purposes… i take this notebook to work and scribble on breaks. i like this because it’s built in editing: i write some very very rough sentences and make them acceptable when i type them up

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honeybabydichotomy · a day ago
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the thing is if lesbianism really could not survive growing acceptance of the beauty of a vast plural diversity of genders and gender expression…THEN PERISH. it wouldn’t deserve to survive. but it can, does, and will, because the entire concept of trans people as a threat to it is total toxic vile nonsense and it is in reality a beautiful, expansive, profoundly radical tent that has just happened to be abused as a rhetorical tool by the worst people on the planet

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honeybabydichotomy · a day ago
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as a lesbian having my identity constantly weaponized as a straw man in vile, exterminatory rhetoric is sure upsetting

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honeybabydichotomy · a day ago
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honeybabydichotomy · a day ago
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i’ve seen several convos recently about people trying to move away from “you guys” bc it’s gendered and thus offensive but “you guys” is truly gender neutral to me!! and i do not want it taken from me, as a southerner who has never and will never say “y’all” because i think it sounds ridiculous when i say it!!

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honeybabydichotomy · 2 days ago
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the fellas…

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honeybabydichotomy · 2 days ago
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bluebeardsbride:

“Well, the Gothic can be conducive to suppressed voices emerging, like in a haunted house. At its core, the Gothic drama is fundamentally about voiceless things—the dead, the past, the marginalized—gaining voices that cannot be ignored.”

— Carmen Maria Machado, interviewed by Theodore McCombs for Electric Literature (x)

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honeybabydichotomy · 3 days ago
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imanes:

forever removing “agree to disagree” from my vocabulary now i end all my arguments with “live with what makes you comfortable but know that ultimately you’re not telling yourself the truth” and that’s on me being sick and tired <3 we’re burning bridges today

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honeybabydichotomy · 3 days ago
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honeybabydichotomy:

honeybabydichotomy:

thanks to @propinquitous once again contemplating how lovesick (2014 - 2016) is the most perfect queliot/marqueliot AU in existence

rewatching the first episode and every line from luke’s mouth is a perfect margo line: “it’s the missionary position of sexual diseases” / “it is WALL-TO-WALL snatch out there! this could still be a very satisfying sexual experience!”

margo as luke is great but actually it’s eliot who gives a dramatic rendition of point break

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honeybabydichotomy · 3 days ago
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honeybabydichotomy:

thanks to @propinquitous once again contemplating how lovesick (2014 - 2016) is the most perfect queliot/marqueliot AU in existence

rewatching the first episode and every line from luke’s mouth is a perfect margo line: “it’s the missionary position of sexual diseases” / “it is WALL-TO-WALL snatch out there! this could still be a very satisfying sexual experience!”

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honeybabydichotomy · 3 days ago
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thanks to @propinquitous once again contemplating how lovesick (2014 - 2016) is the most perfect queliot/marqueliot AU in existence

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honeybabydichotomy · 4 days ago
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mybodywakesup:

      She’s Luke’s best friend.

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honeybabydichotomy · 4 days ago
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ok finally writing marina and it turns out she is the character whose voice comes easiest to me??? something about kacey rohl’s performance makes it so easy, i can hear every line i’m writing lmao

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honeybabydichotomy · 4 days ago
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downloaded a florence pugh sim and she and my sim uhauled it and we’re very happy together thanks for asking

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honeybabydichotomy · 4 days ago
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shadowcabbage:

First word that comes to mind is…” - cast about The Magicians, season 2

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honeybabydichotomy · 4 days ago
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ataleyf:

heavyweightheart:

I lose followers every time I mention that the chemical imbalance theory of depression (or any mental illness, in fact) is both unsupported by evidence and politically expedient, and at this point it’s actually surprising to me. We’re past this, no? Psychiatric diagnoses are names that powerful institutions give certain behavioral patterns; they are not biologically identifiable disease states. There’s not nothing to the naming of patterns of experience, tho–I use a lot of these names (depression, OCD, eating disorders, DID, etc.) bc it’s how we deal in shared meaning around them. I’m all for self-dx, self un-dx, and clinical dx’s that feel meaningful and helpful to those who receive them. But the fact remains that not even the most advanced neuroscientists can claim to know exactly wtf is going on in there! There is no identifiable biological state that consistently causes or even correlates with what we call mental illness. MIs definitely involve biological processes, bc that’s true of all human life and experience, but they’re complex bio-psycho-social-spiritual conditions that could be named and understood in any number of ways. We’re complex creatures who are perpetually responding to our environments!

This is a great fact sheet to bookmark.

there’s also something to be said for the fact that expressions of distress are learned/socialized in the first place, and fall within these specific patterns/clusters of behaviors because they are accepted as “real” in our society (regardless of whether they are stigmatized or claimed to be fake or w/e, they’re still named and focused on). the dsm recognizes this for a few diagnoses that are only present in one or a few populations in the world, but it doesn’t recognize that this is true for all diagnoses. this ofc isn’t to say that without diagnosis, none of these behaviors would exist, but the way that the dsm has named and categorized them into the specific clusters/patterns of behavior that it calls “diagnoses” is absolutely why we tend to manifest distress in these specific clusters/patterns of behavior in the first place

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