Anonymous said: Year 13 at WHS. Skater?
Jaspers friend? No idea sorry
Twilight may be trash but at least they cast actual native americans to play natives
That is a serious burn for a LOT of movies. I’m not sure we have enough burn cream for this.
I feel this
Aphex Twin // aisatsana 
this is all i needed from this album ty aphex twin
yeah true all I wanted was more piano compositions. all the ones on drukqs are so so beautiful
The Drums by Hedi Slimane
Anonymous said: Is Henry Thompson going to the ball?
I genuinely don’t know who that is.. I’m really bad with surnames sorry. I know a couple of Henry’s I feel bad :(
Anonymous said: you're year twelve right?? are you going to school next year
yeah and probably u need level 3 for university
*does drugs but won’t eat white bread*
It’s interesting a friend of mine does not support the gender identification of transgender. At first when he told me I lashed out saying it was that of an arrogant heterosexual male view brimming with prejudice. I decided to listen to his reasoning and, although it could be seen as cynical, his reasoning and logic made me agree with his view and also made me view other things such as sexuality with the same perspective. The opinion was that, by labelling someone as transgender you are only perpetuating something that need not exist in the first place: gender. Gender is a structure created by society/men (lol) in order to create segregation. To follow gender rules, male and female, is something some modern day people are trying to break. So one would ask, is identifying as transgender really so radical in that it basically supports gender roles and the fact that people identify with them? When in actual fact, without the societal system of gender, male chauvinism and prejudice would be avoided in itself. This is just an interesting theory. I’m not in any way anti-transgender and fully support those who do not identify with society’s ‘norms’ in it’s confinements of who we are through what genitals we are in possession of.
repeat after me:
- virginity is a social construct
- you don’t lose your virginity
- there’s nothing valuable or precious about virginity, it’s an imaginary concept
- virginity is inherently heterocentric
- your worth is not defined by whether or not you’ve had a dick inside you
- what you define as sex is up to you, you get to decide how many people you’ve had sex with
- the end