Why not? Let people be/identify with whatever they feel comfortable. As long as they’re not assholes about it, it’s fine by me.
That being said, I know a few people who simply don’t fit any gender identity label, and express no gender qualities. Either we’re pigeonholing gender identity too much, or they simply don’t have any kind of gender expression.
So, yeah, that’s a yes.
freexcitizen reblogged your post and added:
I’m only gunna be back for 4 days
Fucker, weren’t you moving back? I don’t wanna go south to marry you, plus, Florida wouldn’t let us marry.
I can’t wait to be in upstate
Lemme know once you’re up there so we can go innawoods.
I’m not going to set foot on Utica, tho.
thefreelioness replied to your post “I need a pair of boots I can wear with both Burzum t-shirts and…”
there are hundreds of great mens boots. seriously
Not many under 350 bucks :(
souliberty replied to your post “Shopping for boots is a pain in the ass. The ones I like are…”
I am right there with you.
Jilly, you have an impeccable taste in boots. Anything you can recommend up to 250 and with enough insulation so my toes don’t become gangrenous?
salvajes replied to your post “I need a pair of boots I can wear with both Burzum t-shirts and…”
Timberland boots faggot
Not black metal enough, José. But I saw a few I liked browsing their page.
I need a pair of boots I can wear with both Burzum t-shirts and flannel and still look good. Is that too much to ask?
Shopping for boots is a pain in the ass.
The ones I like are unaffordable. The ones I like that are affordable, don’t have enough insulation or are casual boots that look heavy-duty. The ones that are affordable and weatherproof enough are ugly as fuck, and the ones that are affordable, weatherproof and good-looking are only available up to size 10.
This has been a vapid rant.