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Horton hears somebody he used to know
do you ever regret drawing something
Can you recommend any over-the-counter alternatives to prescription oestrogen?
Nearly all studies on supposedly estrogenic or anti-androgenic herbal or OTC substances show little or no effect - nothing near that of actual HRT. Probably the most effective use of your time and money would be building up whatever resources are necessary for you to access medical care for transitioning.
ey casual reminder that if you’re cis, the mod of genderoftheday has asked that cis people not reblog genderoftheday posts
i’ve been seeing some cis ppl on my dash reblogging from them; plz do not do that thing
oh by the way, don’t know if you know this but Mark Ruffalo is one of the first Hollywood A-listers to have the courage, and integrity to tweet this:
of course he is now being viciously attacked by the pro-israeli social media vigilantes but he stuck to his guns:
I’ve been following Star Wars VII news because I love Star Wars and I want to believe that this next film will be fucking awesome. When I heard that J.J. Abrams was set to direct the film I was devastated. He completely destroyed everything that was good about Star Trek. I watched an interview where the reporter asked him about the scene with Dr. Carol Marcus undressing with Kirk taking a peek, rather than just admit it was fan-service he tried to chalk it up to some lofty cinematography concept. Abrams made a movie that looked cool, but lacked anything of substance. Every fucking character was hollow and stilted (through no fault of the actors)… But I digress by further explaining why Star Trek and Star Trek: Into Darkness were terrible films (for Star Trek films).
I just watched the second promotional video Abrams made for Force For Change, the fundraiser that will fund UNICEF’s aid to children across the globe. Add to that the additions to the cast, including the queen Lupita Nyong’o, I am growing ever more hopeful that this Star Wars film will not be a complete disaster (though I must admit my hope is not too high considering only the films; the television serieis Clone Wars and Rebels are canon now). I want to believe that somebody sat down with Abrams and had a stern talk about the importance of representation, of faithfulness to the things that drew fans to the saga in the first place, and so on. Not only is Abrams doing a fundraiser that banks on people’s excitement for a new Star Wars movie, but he’s also giving little hints to things fans have been asking about (the puppet in the first video was supposed to reassure us that he wasn’t going to make this an glorified light show with lens flare to boot as well as the fact that the X-Wing he stood behind in the second promo video was an actual prop and not just digitally rendered).
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