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So I know this isn’t like an easy ask or anything but I’ve increasingly gained more interest in the moon and blood magic. Just in general I wanna get more into witchcraft but I have no idea where’s a good place to start. I’d love some pointers and to make some LGBTQ+ friends along the way :)

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Ok seriously why is no one talking about the Movie Uncle Frank.

It’s gotten like, 0 press but it’s a genuinely good movie. It’s about an uncle who’s hidden the fact that he’s gay from his deeply southern family in 1973. We see him and his roommate Walli from the perspective of the “main character” Beth. It covers some SERIOUS topics such as homophobia, alcoholism, su*cide, and abuse. It’s an Amazon prime original. I don’t know if there’s a reason people are ignoring it but I thought it was pretty good aside from one scene…that scene made me uncomfy. But yeah definitely recommend if it won’t trigger you.

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AJDJHALAJKKACBX HI YES ONE OF MY FRIENDS JUST KINDA SAID SHE HAVE A CRUSH ON ME I NEED TO EXPRESS MY FEELING SOMEWHERE!!!!

 ok so short story short i have been making her a cottagecore/punk playlist with all the songs she have mentioned and my favorite bands/songs and she really liked it and we screamed a bit about it so yeah. i have been screaming for bout 10 minutes cus gosh do i love her. shes so !!!!!!! ahhhh

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Djdjhdhd something small to keep my mind distracted from all the dysphoriaa

Note: I’m particularly obsessed with the last two. Also, I can’t wait for the day when I can wear a turtleneck 🥺🥺🥺

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At my grandmother’s house and everyone in the room just condemned nonbinary people. I’m sitting here seething in my closet

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Hm. I can think of two things that might be going on here. 

First, it’s possible that you’re scared of coming out (which is an entirely reasonable thing to be scared of). Telling people your pronouns is a form of coming out, even if you don’t tell people the exact identity terms you use, so that might be why you’re hesitant to tell people your pronouns. 

Second, it’s possible that you have some internalized transphobia with regards to people using your pronouns. It can be hard to tell someone your pronouns or correct them, because it can feel like you’re “taking up a lot of space” or overstepping your boundaries in some way. But the truth is, it’s okay to tell someone your pronouns, or correct them if they get it wrong. Using someone’s pronouns is a basic form of respect that everyone deserves, and you are allowed to insist that people get it right; the work you have to do to get that to happen isn’t “too much”. 

Hope that helps, as always feel free to ask for clarification/any follow up questions. 

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