The name is Erin, I'm a TAKEN, 25-year-old hopelessly romantic genderqueer individual from Ontario, Canada. I love androgyny, cats, Robyn, Tegan & Sara, adventures, Toronto, coffee, vests, women in ties, sneakers, retro video games, various things from the 80's and 90's, steampunk stuffs, skeleton keys, vintage knick knacks and a lot of other things. This is me and I still run this thing like a dancehall queen ❤.
Starbucks spelled my name the boy way for once. It makes me feel like maybe I passed as a little more androgynous for a change. I probably didn’t, but one can hope. It’s the little things in life that make me happy.
Reblogged from thinkimkindagay
Is that a girl or a boy? And you smile because today maybe you might just pass. But then you see their eyes register no facial hair, no knot in your throat, no bulge in your pants. They say it again, louder, tauntingly.
Is that a girl or a boy. This time they know the answer and they just want to see you squirm.
And you do.
And they snicker.
“IT” performed by Kavindu “Kavi” Ade.
There are no words for the emotions that this video causes.
Reblogged from liquorinthefront
Nodding to fashion’s ongoing preoccupation with pushing gender boundaries comes ‘Studs’, a series of ten unique photo studies. Exploring the idea of a third gender, Simon Foxton and Bea Sweet recruit a range of subjects who refuse to comply with traditional notions of the sexes. The portraits - each a study of unconventional beauty - are captured by Nick Knight in stills and fashion film.
What lies between our legs doesn’t classify us as male, female or anywhere in between, but rather, what lies in our brains and in our hearts.
Genitalia, in my opinion, is nobody’s business but our own, and perhaps those who we are sexually involved with…but that’s just me.