I have 20 names (questioning demiflux + demiboy) and some of them are weird things like "Radii" and "Myst"
It feels sorta nice to put my name down as something equally strange as my gender (seriously my gender needs to make up its mind), but I feel kind of awkward telling people these things.
I guess I'm scared that it's wrong to name yourself things like Lamp or Mars. Any advice?
Oh it absolutely is not wrong to have a "weird" name, a name is supposed to be something you want to be called!! That's like it on requirements for names have fun with your names, use the ones that feel good and don't use the ones that don't. It's your choice and nobody else should have a say in it. (Also naming yourself after objects or random words is nonbinary culture and p common in the community so don't worry about it)
Hope that helps
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Every time I wrote your name, I lied.
Every time I wrote your name, it was the truth.
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“I’ve hoarded your name in my mouth for months. My throat is a beehive pitched in the river. Look! Look how long this love can hold its breath.”
Tennessee Williams, from The Vine // Gulzar // Joy Ladin, from Forgetting // Andrés Neuman, from Delivery // Violette Leduc, from Thérèse and Isabelle, tr. by Sophie Lewis // Pablo Neruda, from Ode to an Apple // Richard Siken, from Saying Your Names // Carol Ann Duffy, from Name // Richard Siken, from Saying Your Names
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But Lance is by no means rodded up, because a rod is apt to create a bump in his shape when he has his tuxedo on, so the story really begins with Lance McGowan behind the brick wall, practically defenceless, and the reason I know this story is because Lance McGowan tells most of it to me, as Lance knows I know his real name is Lancelot, and he feels under great obligation to me because I never mention the matter publicly.
Damon Runyon, ‘The Old Doll’s House’
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Du côté de la côte (Agnès Varda, 1958)
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💫Asteroid Hillary (3130)💫
"The name Hillary or Hilary symbolizes ''Happy Woman'' or simply ''Happiness''
What makes you happy?, how can you make women happy?
°Hillary in Aries°
Happiness starts with you, you make yourself and all women happy by being strong and unapologetic. When you devote yourself to your passions you are very happy, you always encourage women.
°Hillary in Taurus°
Happiness is present when you feel secure, you always empower women to love themselves and you always instill that they should be secure in any way. You think women should have luxuries and live peacefully.
°Hillary in Gemini°
You get happy when there is versatility in your life, when nothing is certain and everything can be a surprise, it makes you very happy when women are intelligent and express themselves freely, you love to do new things all the time, you need daily stimulation.
°Hillary in Cancer°
You think that when all women are happy you will be happy, you love to protect the ones you love the most and you always defend all women, maybe you are a feminist or you simply agree that all women need their rights. your name may be hillary
°Hillary in Leo°
You are a naturally protective person especially with women, you have a good heart and you always expect the best from others, you protect them with all your heart, you are happy when women are calm and happy.
°Hillary in Virgo°
You are happy when everything is in order and for you the order in things that have to do with women is very important, you like when women know how to defend themselves and are intelligent.
°Hillary in Libra°
You are happy when there is a balance in things, when women have charm and know what they want it makes you very happy. You like to live with women who are less judgmental and more diplomatic.
°Hillary in Scorpio°
It makes you happy when women are independent and when they know what they want, you like to live with women who are determined and intense, you are happy when you achieve a goal you had for a long time.
°Hillary in Sagittarius°
You are happy when women are loud and direct, you may be a feminist and love it when women know how to stand up for themselves. Optimism is very important to you.
°Hillary in Capricorn°
You like it when women are polite but empowered, when women are bosses it makes you very happy, your happiness starts with the power you have in your life.
°Hillary in Aquarius°
You like to live with women who watch over the future, empowered and revolutionary women fill your heart with pride, your happiness begins when you see that your revolutions are having an effect.
°Hillary in Pisces°
You don't like it when women are too loud and too intense, instead you like it when women validate their feelings and are calm and sentimental, you like to live with calm and simple women.
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“Give your daughters difficult names.
Names that command the full use of the tongue.
My name makes you want to tell me the truth.
My name does not allow me to trust anyone
who cannot pronounce it right.”
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I put this on the tags of my last post, but I'm putting it here for everyone to see.
We need to normalize changing your name.
I don't care about anyone gender. It needs to be normalized. Names are so important to ones identity and it's bold to assume that a name chosen by people who aren't you and don't know what kind of person you'll become will know what name suits you best.
Change to a mixed last name for marriage!
Change to a new last name for marriage!
Men change your last name to your partner's!
Partners keep your names!
Change your name because you like a different one!
Change your name because you don't like the spelling!
Change your name because you like your nickname!
Change your name to be inspired!
Change your name to reflect your gender!
Change your name because fuck gender!
Even change your name for political reasons!
I've seen too much of people assuming that changing your name is because you don't like your family. Too much of people saying it's an insult to your family and heritage when it's often not!
And you know what, change your name because of spite!
Change your name to insult your parents!
A lot of children with abusive and/or toxic parents want to change their name. Sometimes it's because they associate their name with that parent. Sometimes it's to separate themselves from that parent. Sometimes it's to spite the parent who is attached to their child's name.
I've seen whole threads of kids of specifically narcissistic parents, like myself, who want to change their names for reasons associated with the above!
And the reasons listed above are only a small portion of reasons for a name change. It's so personal to every person.
Names are so important to us. So why can't they change as we grow and mature?
It doesn't matter what somebody changes their name. It should be respected and normalized.
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Send 🙊💬 + a name, and my muse will share their true, unfiltered opinion of that person! No sugarcoating!
Multimuse blogs, please specify muse!
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R A T C H N A
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name moodboard: order for "marwa" | want one?
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― Richard Brautigan, In Watermelon Sugar
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wallpapers • william karlsson + name & number (iphone 11)
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Change your name as many times as you need
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In the mood to rib Andrew Robinson a little bit for how he pronounces Bashir’s name.
“Do you just call him ‘honeybuns’ all the time or something?”
“I don’t know what you mean, Chief,” Garak said as he looked out the window. Julian had insisted that Miles and his family come visit them on Cardassia. Something about needing to see old friends every once in awhile. Garak had agreed, despite knowing that he and Professor O’Brien rarely saw eye to eye.
“It’s Buh-sheer,” Miles said before taking another sip of coffee. He had set up shop for breakfast at the kitchen table and had decided to savor his coffee rather than explore the Cardassian plant life that Keiko practically bolted out of bed to go see.
Garak furrowed his brow. “No, it isn’t.”
“Yes, it is.”
“I think,” Garak said, turning towards Miles. “I would know how to pronounce my own husband’s name.”
“You’d think that, which is why I think you must be callin’ him ‘honeybun’ all the time or somethin’,” Miles said before popping a bit more ikri bun in his mouth.
“It’s Bah-sheer,” Garak said.
“Bah-” Garak rolled his eyes and reminded himself that he wasn’t twelve anymore. “I am not going to argue this with you.”
“Yeah, because you know I’m right.”
“Of all the puerile... my dear, how do you say your name?”
Julian, who had just walked in, cast a confused glance between his husband and his best friend. “Julian?”
Both of them groaned. “Your surname,” Garak elaborated.
“Hah!” Miles said, pointing a finger at Garak.
“Just a moment, would you mind saying that again, doctor?” Garak said. “Slowly.”
“Bah-sheer,” he said.
“No! No, no, no, I’ve heard you say it before. It’s Buh-sheer,” Miles said.
“Oh! Well, that’s a result of the vowel shift when you put an Arabic name into a British accent,” Julian said with a nervous smile. He cocked his head to one side and looked up. “In some parts of Earth, it’s Bachir.”
“Bachir? With a ‘ch’?” Miles protested, his ikri bun forgotten on his plate.
“Well, yes, but that’s not how I--”
“Thank you, my dear,” Garak said smugly, walking over to his husband and taking Julian’s hands in his own.
“Hang on! You didn’t get it right either,” Miles protested.
“I did,” Garak said, casting a scornful glance over his shoulder at Miles.
“Actually,” Julian said with a slight wince, “the emphasis is a bit on the second syllable.”
“I see,” Garak said. He dropped Julian’s hands. “So I’ve been saying your name wrong all this time, and you refused to tell me?”
“Not refused. I thought...” He gestured at Miles. “Well, if humans have a hard time saying it, why would a Cardassian have a better chance?”
“I see,” Garak said coldly. “Well, Dr. Bah-sheer, maybe you’ll consider that we Cardassians have an extraordinary memory and a dedication to thoroughness.”
“Oh, no, that won’t work, doctor,” Garak said with a shake of his head. He glanced at Miles before pulling himself up to his full height. “We will talk about this once our company has left,” he said before storming out of the room.
Julian turned towards Miles, a stunned expression on his face. “What did you do?!” he protested as soon as Garak left.
“Nothin’!” Miles said. “Just...” He snorted out a laugh. “Welcome to married life.”
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Name Association for the name Ambri!
For an anon~ Hope you like!!
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