Name: patrick
Age:  22 in 9 days!
Gender: nonbinary, etc (dmab)
Sexuality: gay/queer


Food: crêpes
Drink: milk, orange juice
Book: I don’t really read books a lot. I really love the giver though.
Favorite Author: dunno
Movie: lolz um it used to be moulin rouge, uhhhh I dunno
TV Show: parks and rec, duh
Band/group: the weepies? beyoncé? bastille? 
Solo Artist: beyoncé, gaga, I dunnoooo
Place: it doesn’t really exist any more :( :(
School Subject: math!
Sport: track / running ish
Male Actor: I don’t really care about actors
Female Actor: see above / #binarism


Best Friends: is this middle school or something?
Siblings: two older brothers! we’re all born in the same week ;)

Dream Job: makeup artist extraordinaire

Languages: english, french-ish


Reason Behind URL: I’m indecisive 
Reason Behind Icon: cute pic that I’m too lazy to change
Why You Joined: my friends had kewl/funny blogs and I wanted in
First URL: hasn’t changed a lick

# of Blogs: I also currently run queergraffiti and fierceadvocates (both of which everyone should follow duh)

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I am a huge faggöt & don’t u 4get it

I never will

dear parks and rec: your queer representation is abysmal.

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Anonymous asked: your so fabulous! i was born dmab and youve inspired me to finally embrace my femininity, im starting small, today i went out in public with hot pink nails. i even got complimented on them ^_^ ive been called a faggot for years by even my own family but seeing you own it and not give a fuck is so amazing!! i just want to say thank you ily and keep being you!!!!

awwww sending you love and solidarity! hot pink nails are the best, and I know they look awesome and you look awesome. #superstar #dmabskillinit

you keep being you too, whatever that may be <3


Anonymous asked: As a bi/pan woman, am I allowed to refer to myself as queer?

I feel uncomfortable being asked this - as I am not bi/pan nor am I the keeper of queerness - but I can say with certainty that yes, yes you can



Bad Romantics Fire Drill




dear caretakers of children: stop telling kids “I don’t care who started it!”. you’re teaching children to ignore unequal power balances. that leads to legitimate belief in things like reverse racism, misandry, heterophobia, etc. you’re teaching children that it’s wrong to retaliate when they are wronged. “who started it” is very, very relevant.



you’re welcome!

beachedbeachbum replied to your post: playing with makeup with my drag buddi…

You have perfect eyebrows

thank you :) they’re half makeup ;)

playing with makeup with my drag buddies ;)

Found outside a classroom at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, USA.



you should check out #AcademicAbleism on twitter, if you haven’t already. 

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"if you were polite and nice with your activism we’d listen" no you wouldn’t you fucking liars

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Anonymous asked: hi this is a pretty random question but what made you decide to study linguistics? i know very very little about it, but ive always been interested in language + grammar and i've been thinking of looking into it (p.s. you are great and your blog is great)

haha, I wish you had asked me this like a year ago when I was still really into linguistics (I mean, I still like it, but…) and could thus give a better answer. anyway. I originally wanted to be a math major, but I also took some linguistics classes cuz I liked grammar and liked reading about the history of english. I enjoyed the classes, and realized the math major wasn’t for me, and I loved the intimacy of the ling department and the professors were all really great, as well as the other students. that’s pretty much how it happened! linguists are a pretty welcoming / progressive / lovely group of peeps. I fell out of love with linguistics when I fell in love with queerness, but i am still in love with math.

"I’m a freshman guy, and I’ve had a huge crush on an upperclassman girl since last fall when she first reached out to me to grab a meal, no doubt just a kind gesture on her part. While the last thing I want is to be friend-zoned, I can’t help but wish she would stop looking after me like a younger brother and would let me take care of her. But how am I supposed to show her I’m not as young and immature as she thinks I am?"
men are hopeless