a mess of a blog with things i like or find interesting
little things that make me fall 4 people
- having a nickname for me (not necessarily a mushy romantic one)
- using my name in conversation
- complimenting something I’m not super fond of about myself
- sending me pictures of stuff that reminds you of me
- listening to my music
- recommending music to me
- picking up little phrases I use and starting to use them
I walked into the potions store today
As you do
And the lady at the counter very knowingly said “are you looking for something for love”
And I was like uh no I’m just here to buy a candle
And she was like “ah, I don’t know why I thought that”
And I think maybe she’s like an npc who says that to everyone who comes in and every once in a while someone there for something about love is like :0
Hey great question! There is a store in my town sells potions and candles and I go there for the candles. The one I got today is pink thank you for asking
The pink candle sounds like a great choice but when you say potion do you mean… potion
No for real they’re all in glass jars and sealed with corks and wax and labeled for like various uses I’ll take photos next time I’m in. To answer other questions: no the candle is not scented it is just very aesthetic.
Well yeah but you have to use the right door
Anyway I had to go to the hardware store today and the potion store was on the way
Katharine Hepburn as Amazon warrior princess Antiope & Colin Keith-Johnston as Theseus in stage production of The Warrior’s Husband (1932) (Corbis)
all right I’ll allow it
Okay so some fun and interesting tidbits of info that @queer-taako gave me a while back regarding Katherine Hepburn: she may have possibly been either nonbinary or transmasc. She had a male persona, and gay men (as in exclusively gay men, men who only had sex with and were attracted to other men) had sex with her. They viewed her as just as much a man as any of them. In fact, the only reason I’m still using “her” and not “him”/“them” is because it was never confirmed (and let’s be real, it could have been very dangerous for her back then). But that information is out there.
Katharine Hepburn went by a male nickname around her female friends which wasn’t uncommon for “wlw” communities back then (sexual inversion and gay culture) and had a longtime female partner, Laura Harding. Both Gore Vidal and Scotty Bowers, themselves gay men, speculated if her close platonic friendships with gay men were actually a front for Spencer Tracy’s same-sex dalliances. Gay men didn’t sleep with her, you’re just unfamiliar with the concept of both beards and homosexuality (gay men don’t fuck females).
More asexuals being homophobic/biphobic and trans people reinforcing gender essentialism that any female who doesn’t exclusively perform femininity should have her womanhood stripped from her.