Genderfluid/15/Colorado/Pansexual/They and Them

Hey, I'm Emi. I have a /me tag now too now!


It’s been a very long time since I’ve hated myself this much




okay, so i know i’ve never really made a post like this before, but i’m gonna try my best. please read until the end!
so lately in my free time i’ve been drawing designs for pokemon tshirts. i started doing it for fun and just to make some spare cash here and there. i’ve been using to print and sell my shirts. each shirt on the website costs $20, and every $5 of each of shirt that sells goes straight to me. but i found out something that really sparked my interest while reading the website’s faq.

"If your designs’ sales reach $10,000 by the end of 2014, we’ll pay you $10,000. Yep, you read that right. Ten-thousand big ones."

i read that and i just got. so. happy. ten thousand dollars. that’s ten thousand dollars that can go straight to my bank account. it can go towards my future, it can go towards moving out after i graduate, paying for a car, going to college, getting an apartment, anything like that. there is so much i could do with that kind of money, and to think i could earn it just by selling tshirts in my spare time?? i thought it was definitely an opportunity that i didn’t want to pass up.
i quickly did the calculations to see how many shirts i would need to sell in order for my shirt sales to reach $10,000. 10,000 ÷ 20 ($20 a shirt) = 500.

i’d have to sell 500 shirts by the end of 2014 in order to get the ten thousand dollars.
and it gets better. by selling the 500 shirts, i’d still be getting my 5-dollar-per-shirt profit. so that’s 2,500 dollars more that i could raise. (500 × 5 = 2,500) i could make a total of 12,500 dollars just from selling pokemon shirts on the internet. that amazes me to think about really. 
the problem is, even with all the publicity my shirts have gotten so far, i’ve still only sold seven shirts so far. 2014 ends in four months from now, so i only have five months to sell 493 more shirts. i understand that a lot of people might not be able to afford it, don’t like buying things online, or just might not even be interested in my designs. and i understand completely! but if every other person who read this post could afford to spare 20 bucks towards ordering a shirt, i’d be able to sell 500 shirts in no time! it’s a long shot, but it’s definitely possible. but i would need your help and cooperation if you’re willing to give me it. like i said, i understand if you aren’t interested in buying my shirts or can’t! all i ask out of you guys is that if you don’t plan on ordering a shirt, please signal boost this post. because who knows, maybe some of your followers who see it might be interested! i know i’m just a random person on the internet, and i know it’s a lot to ask, but it’d really be helping so much.

a lot of you are probably thinking, “well, what do i get out of it?” well, for one, you get a pretty rad pokemon shirt! i already have a few designs available, and i’m constantly making new ones. (you can even send me an ask and suggest some pokemon if you want!) and you also get the satisfaction of knowing you helped a broke high school student raise over twelve thousand dollars for her future, so that’s kinda cool too.

i think i’ve rambled on enough, you guys probably get the idea by now.
i’ll end this post with the link to my store if you’re interested in helping me out! and like i said, if you can’t order a shirt, please at least reblog and help spread the word if you can! thank you all so much for reading, and thank you a million times in advance if you order a shirt. (if you want to show me pictures of your shirt once you get it, tag it #jennifersshirts so i can see it and give you a proper thank you!! plus i’d love to see all you cuties rocking my designs tbh??)
and lastly, sorry for the really lengthy post. if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask me about them. ♥

this post is at almost 1000 notes notes now, but only 18 shirts have been sold! please reblog this and tell your friends who might be interested, thank you!! ♥



The Homestuck Fandom is literally the worst fandom and has absolutely no redeeming qualities.

If you think otherwise that just means that you are a part of the Homestuck fandom and therefore your opinion doesn’t matter because you are, in fact, shit. Just like your fandom.




And above we see one of the few non-slut-shaming bisexual jokes ever made in television history.

we have to put our trust in to bob’s burgers, people

(Source: rorybbellows)

The best asks, ever.

1: What eye color do you find sexiest?

2: White, milk, or dark chocolate mocha?

3: If you could get a Sharpie tattoo on your back, what would it be?

4: Did you grow up in a small or big town? Did you like it?

5: Your favorite adult as a child? (and not your parents, if they were your favorite)

6: What kind of smoothie sounds really good right now?

7: Most embarrassing moment from your elementary school years?

8: Most embarrassing moment from your middle school years?

9: Most embarrassing moment from your high school years?

10: Pirates or ninjas? Why?

11: Have you ever climbed a tree more than twenty feet off the ground?

12: Did you like swinging as a child? Do you still get excited when you see a swing set?

13: If you could have any pet in the world, illegal or not, what would you get?

14: What's your most favorite part of your body?

15: What's your most favorite part of your personality?

16: Madonna or Lady Gaga? Neither? Both? Who cares?

17: Have you ever watched the Superbowl all the way through?

18: Have you ever watched any major sporting event drunk?

19: What's the most delicious food you've ever eaten in your life?

20: Margarine or butter? Which did you grow up with?

21: Whole, skim, 1%, or 2% milk? (Did you know they make 1 1/2% milk?)

22: Which continents have you been on?

23: Do you get motion sickness? Any horror stories?

24: Backpacks or satchels?

25: Would you wear a rainbow jacket? A neon yellow sweater? Checkered pants?

26: What was your favorite cartoon growing up?

27: If you had to have a cow or a pig, which would you take? Why?

28: If you had to look at one city skyline for the rest of your life, which would it be?

29: Longest plane ride you've ever been on?

30: The latest you've ever slept?

31: Would you buy a sweater covered in kitten pictures? Would you wear it if someone gave it you for free?

32: Do you pick at scabs?

33: Favorite kind of bean? Kidney? Black? Pinto?

34: How far can you throw a baseball?

35: If you had to move to another country, where would you move?

36: Have you ever eaten Ethiopian food? Vietnamese? Korean? Nepalese? How was it?

37: Small, liberal arts school or public university? Why?

38: A relationship with love or one with sex?

39: Do you eat enough vegetables?

40: Do you like horror movies? How about thrillers?

41: Would you scratch a crotch itch in public?

42: Do you swear in front of your parents?

43: Coolest thing you've ever been for Halloween?

44: If you could change your natural hair color, would you? To what?

45: Do you want to get married? Have kids?

46: Do you use a reusable water bottle? If not, you should.

47: City or nature person?

48: Have you ever used something other than "makeup" as makeup? (Like paint? Markers?)

49: Can you walk well in high heels? Even if you're a guy?

50: Post 5 awesome things about yourself. BRAG AWAY!

have you ever hung around someone attractive who was like “literally nobody would kiss me/date me/etc” and on the inside youre just like

"shut up or i will kiss you so fricken hard" *shakes fist*



Trans 13-year-old banned from returning to school as herself


Rachel Pepe is a 13-year-old transgender girl from Middletown, NJ who’s gearing up to go back to school. The problem is that because she’s legally registered with the school as male, officials say she can only return to school if she “acts” and “dresses” as male.

Thorne Middle School says they won’t accommodate Rachel’s request to use women’s restrooms or even the single-stall bathroom in the nurse’s office, and they will refuse to call her by her name. No out-of-district educational opportunities will be made available, either.

"He was going to school last year as Brian," said Angela Peters, Rachel’s mother, adding that her child developed stress-related seizures, depression and panic attacks. "How can I send her back as Rachel? And I am not sending her back as Brian because the depression will start again."

Rachel remained deeply isolated from the rest of the student body but still, her mother said, the children would bully her because she was so quiet.

"She would get off the bus and just cry," Peters said. "Then she would go to sleep for 17 or 20 hours and refuse to go back there."

There is no reason in the universe to treat a child with such hostility and meanness. Rachel is incredibly brave for sharing her story on a national level when there’s so much hate brewing in her own community. School should be a safe place, but it so often isn’t; when a student has to fear mistreatment from teachers for being who she is, the school is failing her.