daisylamb:

daisylamb:

seeing videos/art depicting the Closeted Trans Boy using ace bandages to bind makes me so angry. have the character wear two sports bras on top of each other or two tank tops or just baggy clothes?? stop promoting the idea that it’s ok to bind with bandages if you don’t have a binder. a lot of people don’t know how harmful it is.

this got a lot of notes so i figured it would be a good idea to add some links describing what safe binding is and resources for alternative binding methods

three hundred people have already reblogged this post and it would mean the world to me if you all reblogged it again with this new information. a lot of trans people dont have access to binders or know the dangers about binding, especially young trans people and those who have just started to identify as trans—this knowledge could help them immensely and save them (and their bodies) from unnecessary harm 

happy binding

i was tagged in a weaboo meme by marinaspooka so here we go oo

Rules: Don’t take too long to think about it. Ten animes you’ve seen that will always stick with you. List the first ten you can recall in no more than 10 minutes. Tag 10 friends.

  1. Kino’s Journey
  2. Shigofumi
  3. Kaiba
  4. Angel Beats
  5. Madoka Magica
  6. Summer Wars
  7. Tekkonkinkreet
  8. Tsuritama
  9. Magi
  10. Pandora Hearts (the manga more so than the anime since the anime isss s …)

Hmm hmm I dont really have ten people to tag so…? I taaaagg gpigsrock, kingkweer, misguidedelsen, and toukolise.

Ive been staring at my project due tomorrow for like the past 4 hours but no matter how long i think i cant come up with a good enough thesis to present.

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sixpenceee:

You probably have heard of mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cell) and of chloroplasts (gives the leaves green pigment, used in photosynthesis). But did you also know that according to the endosymbiosis hypothesis, the mitochondria & chloroplast were once free-living cells. They were “swallowed” into other larger cells and became a subcomponent. Evidence for this includes the fact that both these structures have their own DNA and can self-replicate. 

Mitochondria is the prisoner of the cell