if you wanna take the mbti test, i recommend this one bc its worded very simply
also a tip: answer based on what you naturally wanna do or what you naturally prefer, dont answer based on what youre forced to do
Apparently I’m an ISTJ. Gonna need to investigate this further.
As usual, I can go either way ISTP and INTP, depending on the time of day and how I answer maybe 4 questions.
So, yeah. Pretty good test.
INFP STILL. I’m doooooooomed.
I am back to INTP. The IN stays pretty consistent, but I’ve had every combo of the last two at one point or another.
My winterlock exchange for goldenheartedrose.
sorry for the delay dear, I hope you like it.
Luna was one of the most beautiful characters in Harry Potter
#it never once occurred to her to treat dobby as anything less than a human being#even ron had trouble viewing house elves as something other than slaves because that’s all he was used to#but luna calls him ‘sir’ on their very first meeting as if that’s the normal greeting for a house elf#and just look how grateful dobby is#he’s not used to being treated like that#luna you beautiful soul (x)
THE SHIRT OF LIES
if i ever misgender you or use slang (bro, man, gurl, dude) that makes you feel even slightly uncomfortable please tell me because your gender identity and comfort is more important than any word i may use to refer to you
Here’s the thing.
I feel kind of bad about losing my temper and being condescending to a 19 year old. That’s not usually my style. I got mad and the eyerolling urge was too strong. So for that, I do want to apologize to goldfishandumbrella. I was mean, and I shouldn’t have been.
What a lot of people seem to be missing, is that there is a LOT of queer history. A LOT. Our elders went through shit that we can barely imagine. You think it’s bad for queer kids now? Think about what it would have been like 50 years ago. Or longer. I mean, we all know about Stonewall (and if you don’t, go, right now, and read about Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson while you’re at it)—or do we?
Thing is, here we are, 45 years after Stonewall, and transwomen of color—the very same group who were there at Stonewall fighting the cops—are the queer group that are STILL the most marginalized, the most likely to face poverty, incarceration, violent crime, just because of who they are. As a trans friend of mine said, “Everyday I see cis white gay men trying to kick the T off of LGBT.”
There are more important issues than making sure we get to see two white cis men kiss on television. THAT’S what makes me angry. That people are basically choosing to champion the single most privileged group of queer people—cis white gay men—over everybody else. There is nothing progressive about that. That is just enforcing the same hierarchy that’s already there, that’s been there for years.
I know this isn’t going to change anyone’s minds. But y’all, intersectionality is a thing. Learn about it. Acknowledge kyriarchy. Understand that by favoring a more privileged group of queers over everyone else, you’re contributing to the problem. You are saying the same thing to more marginalized queer folks as the rest of the world: “You are not as important as the white guys.”
Is that really a message you want to send?