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I understand the feeling: not knowing whether I feel like correcting someone or not. I consider myself a transman, but at the same time I could also go with nonbinary as well. I don't dismiss anyone who does follow some sort of gender role, mixed or otherwise, but I often don't think that much about gender either. I am who I am, and that is a predominantly masculine presence with some feminine mixed in based on my natural characteristics given at birth.I went to my four month top surgery follow up today. Functionally, I'm very happy with the result, my sore shoulders and pinched nerve has gotten much better. But, cosmetically, not as much. The scars are doing fine, but one side seems a little caved in like they took too much off. I'm going back in two months for the six month follow up, and we'll see what the options are for fixing it and whether or not I think it's worth doing.
But the thought is that I was getting "ma'am"ed and "miss"ed the whole time I was there. I'm genderfluid so they were only half wrong, but that's still half wrong, and it felt more wrong the more they did it. Sometimes it's hard to decide whether to correct people or not, afterall, I was only going to be in there for a few minutes and not see those people again for a few months. And there is no neutral equivalent for ma'am that I can direct them to use instead.
I sang in my new and improved (sort of), masculine voice all the way home in the car. Most of the time I go the whole day without thinking about gender. This is not one of those days.
You...you have a hedgehog? Pics or it didn't happen lolSo Bendy managed to lose the damn hedgehog last night. managed to track it down and return it unharmed. this was at like. 11 at night. Apparently he left the thing in its pouch on my bed and it wandered off.
Bendy I love you but HOW
As you are a fan of the name, myself being a language nerd.. I see the original name was 'ewte', and somewhere in middle English people mistakenly interpreted "an ewte" as "a newte" and the name stuck!I like newts, they just have a nice species name
I did not know that!! The name fact is utterly delightful and I find it quite interesting, and the memory and lizards you chose to share are splendid as welll ^^I am a fan of salamander with memories as a child finding them near creeks, thorny dragons and of course the komodo dragon!
As you are a fan of the name, myself being a language nerd.. I see the original name was 'ewte', and somewhere in middle English people mistakenly interpreted "an ewte" as "a newte" and the name stuck!
A similar thing happened 'adder', the snake was originally called 'naddere' and 'a naddere' turned to 'an adder'. This is called rebracketting.
I think the blue-tailed boi is a skink! I really want to see a Gila someday, maybe next time I'm in CaliforniaI used to live in central Texas where there were anoles everywhere. They're cute little things that can change between brown and green. I remember catching them as a kid.
Now I'm in West Texas, and here we have spotted brown geckos that hang on the windows at night to hunt. Lots of other lizard species wandering around too. Some are long and have blue tails.