Katy Perry BLATANTLY copies less known artists style and tries to pass it off as her own it’s so frustrating and embarrassing
Just a couple of queens. @st0nesnb0nes
Let me get something straight with you, calling yourself an animal, plant, or other object that isn’t human - isn’t gender.
Gender is defined by either being male, female, both, or not defining yourself as either.
I was born a boy, who is transitioning into a woman. I’m not one of these people who state the argument I WAS BORN DIS WAY. I believe that I was, and I follow the genetic XY theory. But I have nothing to prove to anyone.
Whether you want to believe it or not, everyone on this website is human.
An animal, etc. is not a gender.
Even animals have genders. And some species of animals change gender.
By going around saying that you are part of the trans community makes every person with gender dysphoria look like a goddamn joke, and people view us as that enough as it is.
If you feel like you’re not human, that’s your own business. Call your own thing. But when you go around “outing” yourself to people, and claiming not to be “cisgendered” (when you, indeed, are) you are making a mockery out of people who have serious issues.
And, for what I have seen out of every person who identifies as “otherkin”, claiming to self diagnose PTSD because you don’t have fucking wings, is offensive, and toxic. Which again, instead of making a mockery out of yourself, making a mockery out of people who actually suffer from mental ilnesses, PTSD being one of the worst things that I could ever think of.
Grow the fuck up. You are human. And don’t you even DARE say that someone is “triggering” you or “misgendering” you because you don’t have shit wrong with you, except for an extreme case of a disassociative mental issue.
And to whoever I offended, I don’t care.
First time painting my face -> my most recent. Crazy what a few months of practice can do, still a long way to go but proof it gets better. Haha
"I think we all evolve as we get older and that’s normal but I like to think that my recent transition hasn’t made me into a different individual. Same person, no difference at all just a different sex."
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