I'm Freak, and yes, it is okay to call me that. I have far too many fandoms, and I occasionally get cranky about politics and yell at people, and sometimes I write. Mostly I just reblog cute animals and cry about fictional characters.

22, she/her pronouns, as in "Freak realized nearly two months after her birthday that her blog still claimed she was 21".

 

meta18:

nentindo:

meta18:

nentindo:

why do people still say “frickle frackle”. you can say the word sex, no one’s gonna take away your juice box and send you to timeout

heck you fricker

thats it, no more fruit punch for meta18

what the fuck

magadoodle14:

So my mom sent me a picture of this advertisement today, and I laughed hysterically, because that is probably the best unintentional use of a Fall Out Boy lyric ever, and it’s absolutely perfect.

magadoodle14:

So my mom sent me a picture of this advertisement today, and I laughed hysterically, because that is probably the best unintentional use of a Fall Out Boy lyric ever, and it’s absolutely perfect.

For whatever reason, people really struggle with bisexuality being a thing. Unless you drop it into every conversation—“As a bisexual woman, I wish it would stop snowing.”“I’m feeling really overwhelmed and bisexual with all these work deadlines”—they will assume, ignore, and forget.

Ask A Queer Chick (via storyqdayx5d)

Speaking as a bisexual, I enjoyed reblogging this post.

*types comment bisexually*

(via a-little-bi-furious)