im not even fuckin surprised that so many trans people relate so hard to monsters n animals n ghosts n aliens n abstract landscapes 

what else are we supposed to see ourselves in 

so i’m taking a class on monsters in theatre right now (yes really) and part of “monster theory” states that monsters refuse to be classified into binary categories and that they are often a demonization or exaggeration of the Other

for example: zombies, ghosts, and vampires all refuse to be classified as living or dead because they’re simultaneously neither but also both

the existence of transness serves to dismantle the gender binary of most cultures so it makes sense that one might find solace in the existence of these archetypes/characters/beings that also refuse to fit into binary categories

if anyone’s at all interested in any of this i highly recommend monster culture (seven theses) by jeffrey jerome cohen

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y’all is short for Yeehaw to All, an ancient cowboy greeting



look , i literally can’t stress how cute this deleted parks and rec scene is and im about to lose my fucking shit.

Im in love with Chris Pratt

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