Al

I'm Al, I like mens underwear.
Let me know if u like my pictures or whatever just click the "my pics" link

Below is a donate button that's linked to my boyfriends PayPal account. We are currently trying to save up money for his top surgery and would appreciate any donations. We're also going to try and sell embroidered stuff, once we have a few sellable things I'll put pictures up. Thank you!

depressionista:

a true fact about spiders is they can’t run for extended periods of time because they have asthma. all spiders are nerds. even tarantulas. have you ever seen a spider dating a hot babe? i doubt it. spider flashing his cash in the club? nope. spider pulling up beside you at the lights in a lamborghini? never happened. they’ve got so many eyes because they love reading. nerds. all of them.

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Let me be very clear about something: Surgery is absolutely not a requirement for or condition of trans*ness. For some people gender-confirmation surgery is a personal necessity, a life-or-death need. For others it’s not. For some the medical risks aren’t worth it. For some it’s a financial impossibility. And, believe it or not, some trans* people simply don’t want any kind of surgery. Each person is different.

When people ask whether she’s going to do “the full transition,” I most often reply now by saying that she already has. The important thing to remember is that there isn’t some kind of finish line. There’s not a day in the future when my partner will finally and completely be a woman. She is a woman now. Today. She is not a halfling. She is not transitioning: She has transitioned. Focusing further on the specifics of her genitals is just kind of creepy. Genitals do not make a person. While surgeries can help some people feel more comfortable in their skin, those people were already wholly the gender by which they identified before surgical intervention. Some women have penises. Some men have vaginas. That’s that.

Trans* Surgeries Don’t Make the Man (or Woman) | Justin Ropella for the Huffington Post Gay Voices  (via gaywrites)

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getsby:

you cannot continually perpetuate fat hate and ignore the shit that fat people go through on a daily basis and then expect anyone to feel bad for you because one girl jokingly said “skinny bitches” in a song

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