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y’all, Happy Pride Month to every single member of the LGBT+ community. Whether you are lesbian, gay, trans, bi, pan, asexual or something else, you are all hella valid and awesome 💜💙💚💛💖❤

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I’m kind of dumb for coming up with it only now but I just had!!! Big brain moment for my big bang fic!!

Since I’m gonna write about anthropomorphic stars (yes like the movie Stardust if you don’t get it), and since they do not partake in the whole human “gender roles/etiquette/whatever”, I can make all of them nonbinary

An entire army of enby characters I’m so in love with this

AND FUCK YEAH I’M GONNA HAVE REMY OR EMILE OR BOTH USING THEY/THEM PRONOUNS OR NEOPRONOUNS OR BOTH IDK I’LL DECIDE wow I’m so excited

And I also know exactly how to explain this as well in the fic and oh man I have so much inspiration sorry for rambling

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Me, age 14, realizing I’m bisexual: Oh wow! That was stressful! Sure glad that’s over!

Me, age 22, realizing I’m non-binary: Woo! That sure was something! Can’t believe I learned something new about my identity at 22! Oh well! Can’t be anything else left to discover now!

Me realizing I’m most likely on the asexual spectrum and not bisexual but biromantic 2 years later: Can the self discovery PLEASE STOP? I’m so tired.

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13-Year-Old Me: I can’t do stuff, I’m busy being profoundly miserable and incredibly anxious about everything in my life.

18-Year-Old Me: I can’t do stuff, I’m busy being profoundly nonbinary and vaguely anxious about… I dunno, stuff? I guess??

So I suppose I’m improving.

Here’s hoping I someday reach the coveted status of Being Able To Do Stuff.

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TW- menstruation, dysphoria 


I spent straight YEARS being extremely dysphoric about my period and had no idea. I spent forever outright refusing to talk about anything related to menstruation, not even to my mother and I would give doctors minimal information, I still cannot use tampons due to the level of dysphoria they give me, and it just all around felt wrong. I always figured it was normal, periods were stigmatized, it was normal for me to be made so uncomfortable by such things, right? All girls can’t stand their periods, right? But that’s not always the case, at times it is, but not always. 


So to AFAB people questioning their gender identity, just be aware that there is a difference between “I am uncomfortable because this is happening to me” and “I am uncomfortable because this feels like something that should not be happening to me”.  

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