The term genderqueer speaks to a queerness in expression that isn’t immediately visible. For example, when I walk down the street with a shaved head, breasts, and a skirt it is not easy to guess my gender: my expression doesn’t match my identity as genderqueer in a way that most people can see. Some genderqueer people use fashion to exaggerate their androgyny, while others may not “look trans” at all, or may appear to be binary transgender people (as in, a “trans man” or a “trans woman”).
tumblrbot asked: ROBOTS OR DINOSAURS?
Dinosaurs. On a space ship.
I like strangers who are friendly. I like strangers who tell me their nicknames. I like strangers who know how to laugh. I like strangers who know when to shut up. I like strangers who know how to treat me.
I like strangers.
I came from a haircut today and was enjoying myself out in the public, and this big group of idling guys I passed by yelled homophobic slurs at me. That ruined my mood. I question a lot of things.
I really just want to punch society in the face right now.