Experiment 626. Twenty-five. "She" (technically cis-female but really gender-queer). Part of the invisible/forgotten B in LGBTQ. Aquarius. Fat and beautiful. Professionally involved in psychology and mental health. Feminist, activist, and advocate (which should go without saying, for everyone). Television show enthusiast. Obsessed with the 53 Disney Animated Features. ASOIAF reader. Ravenclaw.

All of my posts are queued and then randomized.

I run a Disney tumblr called disneyanalysis.


Saying you are really straight because you are only occasionally attracted to someone of the same sex is like saying you are really a vegetarian because you only occasionally eat meat.


Glow In The Dark Heart Locket Necklace

This heart-shaped silver locket holds a blue, glass, heart-shaped inside which glows bright blue in the dark. The locket features ornate carving to accent the piece and to provide a unique and enchanting lighting effect. Hung on a silver-plated chain. Sold on Etsy.

We laugh when we feel threatened, endangered or nervous.

(via psych2go)





What Lana Del Rey’s “Young and Beautiful” would have sounded like in the 20s!


The magic of music. Now I just want a toooooooon of 20s music in my posession

I believe the time has come for the Spirit of truth and reality to inform us that in Adam and Eve we have all the wonderful differences that are being revealed to us in God’s variegated creation. Adam and Eve represent not only the heterosexuals but also all types of non-heterosexuals revealed and not yet known.

Rt. Rev. Christopher Senyonjo, retired Anglican bishop of West Buganda Uganda quoted in Debunking the Myth:’It is Sinful to Change What God Made’”  (via thesunnysideofbeingbi)

(Source: bialogue-group)



CATEGORY #1: Books I “Won” During the Mystery Book Date Swap with Earth and Water (which all happen to be library books)

  • Whistling Vivaldi and Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us, by Claude M. Steele
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, by Frank L. Baum
  • Sharp Objects, by Gillian Flynn
  • Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley
  • Breathing Underwater, by Alex Flinn

CATEGORY #2: Other Library Books

  • Frostbite, by Richelle Mead
  • The Red Pyramid, by Rick Riordan
  • The Future of Us, by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler
  • Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic, by Alison Bechdel
  • Coraline, by Neil Gaiman
  • American Born Chinese, by Gene Luen Yang 
  • Serenity: The Shepherd’s Tale, by by Joss Whedon and Chris Samnee

CATEGORY #3: The Shortest Book I Own

  • What Am I Feeling?, by John M. Gottman

CATEGORY #4: The Two Big Books I Am Focusing On This Year

  • A Feast For Crows, by George R. R. Martin
  • Under the Dome, by Stephen King

CATEGORY #5: Books I Borrowed From Earth

  • Calling Dr. Laura: A Graphic Memoir, by Nicole J. Georges
  • Vivian Versus the Apocalypse, by Katie Coyle
  • Beauty Queens, by Libba Bray



i swear to god they need to come out with one of these every year just so i can see them grow up




i swear to god they need to come out with one of these every year just so i can see them grow up