[image description: featured is Avery, a light-skinned person with some piercings, some chipped nail polish, and surprisingly, the capacity to own and operate a camera phone. They’re wearing a black beanie, a black mesh sweater over a tan ripped up shirt, a pink studded choker, and a short silver pizza necklace. They’re flicking off the camera and smizing at ya’ll asses through that red lip liner they use on their water line. Also their hair is black and blue and long on one side and almost non-existent on the other with some not-really-featured baby bangs. Get into it.]
~*~*h4rD f3MM3 4 lyF3*~*~
[Image description: This is a picture of a white person who clearly has too much time on their hands. They’re looking all mysterious-like into their closet mirror thinkin they’re cool or some shit. They have wavy teal hair that’s looked a little busted, black glasses, a silver septum ring, and some other shit they think is cute, but they wrong. Their closet door is white and some notes from their partner have been thumb-tacked to it cause they sappy like that. They wear a ripped up sleeveless denim jacket, black and pink eye shadow, a black tank top, and a series of black and gold chains, one of which is a choker that a bitch need to loosen cause DAMN. End image description.]
keep it cute or put it on mute.
servin you kunt boi realness in the bedroom.
again with queer visibility
what do we call it when women-identified folks “pass” as male and receive privilege?
is that butch privilege?
do we still call it butch privilege when they may not identify as butch, but still as women or any gender besides male (or a lack of gender)
what about men-identified folks are read as too feminine, or failing masculinity?
is that femmephobia?
if it is, do we still call it that if the person doesn’t ID as femme?
what about if they don’t ID as men at all but are still read as feminine or as women?
basically i want to know what we call it when people who aren’t men get something that looks like male privilege (though I fully acknowledge that it isn’t male privilege because they aren’t male and it also may look a lot different)
and what we call it when people who aren’t women experience something that looks like sexism though again I fully acknowledge that isn’t sexism because the person isn’t female and it may look a different
for trans women, there’s obviously RAMPANT, PERVASIVE transmisogyny, but I’m talking about maybe even cis males who experience something that looks like sexism?
[Image Description: Featured is a white person wearing a floral fitted cap, a spikey green bracelet, a blue and white oceany ring, and a yellow cut off sleeve sweatshirt. They also are wearing dark rim glasses and their hair is blue. They look intently at the camera with their hand covering their mouth.]
Um. so I forgot I have this picture. also for some reason, in image descriptions it feels better to use GN pronouns? Idk. idk.
the 30 day femme challenge
mostly to see if i like using femme to describe myself.
i mean i know i know there’s no one way to do femme
but i’m curious
although i REALLY enjoy butch queen.
cause let’s get real. what’s not to love about that