prince of d, bard of fab.

I bought new ice cube trays and then belatedly realized I had accidentally created the French flag in my freezer…

I bought new ice cube trays and then belatedly realized I had accidentally created the French flag in my freezer…

rouge-leader asked:
Hey, I recently went to Penney's to pick up some sunglasses, and found they were on clearence for $5 a pair. I bought eight. I thought of you and your love of sunglasses, and thought you'd like the story

ohhhh my gosh i am so proud

send me some

How many two-part photosets of myself in leather jackets at school can I post before people catch on?
{{ xe/xem/xyrs }}

montparnaughty:


"For those who know me, you'll know that you never forget my name – "Chain, like the word," I say when I introduce myself. "You can remember because I'll always be wearing one."
While Chain is who I am, was, and will continue to be, the name itself didn't come about until about two and a half years ago, during the transition of my gender identity. Since then, it's been the only name I used, and has become firmly embedded in my sense of self. However, my legal identity – and thus, all official identifying documentation – remains associated with the name assigned to me at birth, which I no longer use or conflate myself with. The disparity between my legal and personal identities can cause confusion, mix-ups, missed deliveries, personal embarrassment, and many other undesirable side effects... but mostly, the strongest association with my previous name is that of dysphoria, and its continued presence will only grind down on my psychological state for time to come. 
Because of that, I'm gearing up to petition the court for a legal name change, which will allow me to affirm my identity on social, legal, and financial documents and anything else that may come up henceforth, giving me at last the freedom to have a legal identity that matches my personal one. The only roadblock from here on out is this: the filing fee. To petition the court, you must submit a first-time filing fee with your submitted paperwork, and in California, my state of residence, that fee is $435. 
While this is a pittance compared to, for example, gender-affirmative surgeries, the acquisition of safe shelter, and so forth, the small amount would make a world of difference to my life, happiness, and well-being. Unfortunately it's a small amount that, as an accelerated-track full-time college student, cannot afford to be taken out of my personal budget. 
For this reason, I'm turning to the Internet for help. A very small donation each from enough people could turn this process from a possibility into reality, and I would be forever grateful for anyone who could spare a few dollars to help me get there."
Donate here if you can spare!

So, I’ve created a fundraiser page on www.youcaring.com, a website that allows people to donate to any individual cause that needs help. As written above, I really need a legal name change to affirm my identity, especially as I want to begin making connections soon that will foster my future career… as my authentic self, not whom the paperwork claims me to be. 
There’s a lot of good causes and donation posts out there and under no circumstances are you obligated to help out, but I think (hope) I have a really attainable goal if enough people can share just a little. If you do have the time and a few dollars to spare, therefore, I would be phenomenally grateful for your support in helping me reach my goal. And even if you can’t, sharing with someone who can or signal boosting would be a great help, if you’re willing. Otherwise, I’d be grateful just for your well wishes! 
Thanks to anyone who can and love to anyone who can’t~
- Chain

Right now we’re at $322/$435, which is incredible and awesome. There’s $113 to go, can you help get me there??

montparnaughty:

"For those who know me, you'll know that you never forget my name – "Chain, like the word," I say when I introduce myself. "You can remember because I'll always be wearing one."
While Chain is who I am, was, and will continue to be, the name itself didn't come about until about two and a half years ago, during the transition of my gender identity. Since then, it's been the only name I used, and has become firmly embedded in my sense of self. However, my legal identity – and thus, all official identifying documentation – remains associated with the name assigned to me at birth, which I no longer use or conflate myself with. The disparity between my legal and personal identities can cause confusion, mix-ups, missed deliveries, personal embarrassment, and many other undesirable side effects... but mostly, the strongest association with my previous name is that of dysphoria, and its continued presence will only grind down on my psychological state for time to come. 
Because of that, I'm gearing up to petition the court for a legal name change, which will allow me to affirm my identity on social, legal, and financial documents and anything else that may come up henceforth, giving me at last the freedom to have a legal identity that matches my personal one. The only roadblock from here on out is this: the filing fee. To petition the court, you must submit a first-time filing fee with your submitted paperwork, and in California, my state of residence, that fee is $435. 
While this is a pittance compared to, for example, gender-affirmative surgeries, the acquisition of safe shelter, and so forth, the small amount would make a world of difference to my life, happiness, and well-being. Unfortunately it's a small amount that, as an accelerated-track full-time college student, cannot afford to be taken out of my personal budget. 
For this reason, I'm turning to the Internet for help. A very small donation each from enough people could turn this process from a possibility into reality, and I would be forever grateful for anyone who could spare a few dollars to help me get there."
Donate here if you can spare!

So, I’ve created a fundraiser page on www.youcaring.com, a website that allows people to donate to any individual cause that needs help. As written above, I really need a legal name change to affirm my identity, especially as I want to begin making connections soon that will foster my future career… as my authentic self, not whom the paperwork claims me to be. 

There’s a lot of good causes and donation posts out there and under no circumstances are you obligated to help out, but I think (hope) I have a really attainable goal if enough people can share just a little. If you do have the time and a few dollars to spare, therefore, I would be phenomenally grateful for your support in helping me reach my goal. And even if you can’t, sharing with someone who can or signal boosting would be a great help, if you’re willing. Otherwise, I’d be grateful just for your well wishes! 

Thanks to anyone who can and love to anyone who can’t~

- Chain

Right now we’re at $322/$435, which is incredible and awesome. There’s $113 to go, can you help get me there??

Posted 1 day ago

Tags: #anonymous #asks #Anonymous
Anonymous asked:
kiss me

that would be so much more effective a suggestion if you werent a little gray circle wearing sunglasses

i havent kissed anyone in a whole month, you know. 

Anonymous asked:
hi I was just wondering if you wouldn't like to be called cute what other compliments would make you more comfortable?

i mean anything not historically gendered or gender-associated is great… i dont want to tell people to compliment me a certain way because, hey, tell me whatever you think is great! but if it is a compliment on attractiveness or looks or something, like ‘cute’ can often be, it would be perfectly decent to just say attractive or goodlooking or what-have-you! or if youre complimenting my personality because you think its ‘cute’ theres other terms like likeable, wonderful, infectious… i dont know, general things, you know. (my favorite things to be called are punk rock, cool, attractive, and charming probably.)

i mean i guess imo ‘cute’ is shorthand for a lot of things and its simple enough to just not use the shorthand and say what it is you like… because then you avoid the unintended association with this whole other connotation and all that. 

i appreciate the asking and i hope no one feels restricted or repressed because of the preference. tbh a lot of trans or gender-variant people i know feel the same way and i think getting in the habit of neutral terms and compliments is probably just a good thing for people to do in general. xx

Aaron Tveit USA “Summer Is Here” (x)

Anonymous asked:
I'm kind of a little obsessed with your style

!!! yessss good im glad!! thank you!

Posted 1 day ago

Tags: #anonymous #asks #<3 #Anonymous
Anonymous asked:
hey, good luck :) i hope you get enough!

thank you so much!! 

adrian aka soaringleap has become insistent that i am irl actual augustus waters (from the fault in our stars) – minus the cancer, obvs.

im not entirely sure how i feel about that comparison, but i suppose he’s got SOME points…

friendly psa that it would be SUPER GREAT if you didn’t reblog my selfies with tags that include historically gendered or gender-associated terms like for example ‘cute’ or any derivative thereof THANKS

very tired and very punk rock
(xe/xem/xyr pronouns)