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ROGUE SARETH
~*~By believing one sees~*~
I am Sareth, I am a 24 year old stay at home parent and artist who likes spooky things, collecting books, spicy food, and cute socks. Weird sense of humor, straddling the line between Goth and Punk.
I am also pagan and a practicing witch, Vaguely masculine thing, pansexual and rational otherkin.
Pronouns are totally Purple/People/Eater

~*~Credendo Vides~*~

SLYTHERIN
{ wear }

mistletoevests:

why are bras and period products so fucking expensive okay this shit pisses me off, it’s not like i asked for boobs or for my vagina to destroy itself every month

deluxetoaster:

can we start a club for teenagers who were constantly complimented on their intelligence when they were younger and are now having trouble coping with the realization that they’re actually of average intellect at best

forsmithsandgiggles:

lewdmangabey:

maybe i’m a goddamn bleeding heart hippie liberal but i’m totally down with paying an extra .50 cents for a thing of fries if the person who makes me those fries doesn’t have to work 3 jobs just to survive.

most studies show that prices would only have to go up by 1 to 3 cents in order to raise employee wages significantly

or, you know, the ceo’s could take pay cuts but that would be so hard for the poor multimillionaires

shurishushu:

tentaprince:

magnetracecar:

onlinepunk:

Is this hell

I’m legitimately scared right now

HOLY SHIT

shedding actual tears r/n

shurishushu:

tentaprince:

magnetracecar:

onlinepunk:

Is this hell

I’m legitimately scared right now

HOLY SHIT

shedding actual tears r/n

musicals-and-bad-jokes:

Stop acting like the bi slut stereotype and hypersexualisation of bisexuality are harmless jokes and all in good fun when 46.1% of bisexual women are survivors of rape.

Tumblr for the love of god, you need to link to a source when you post these kinda of things.

loststrusra:

roguesareth:

somethingfeline:

quilavalamps:

the-transcendent:

thatweirdo-intheduckieshirt:

the-transcendent:

swagsweptquestant:

This is not okay. I don’t know where this started or how this came about but this is NOT okay.
What I see on my dash today is a list of pronouns, presented as a list to choose from. At the bottom, it is referred to as “cute”. Yesterday, I heard it compared to people who ask for specific pronouns as a part of their dysphoria within their body or assigned gender role.
And now I am going to repeat that this is in no way okay by any stretch of the imagination.
This mix-and-match list of cute words with -self appended to them is nothing less than a disgusting appropriation of trendy fashion to the actual practice of adopting different pronouns to feel more comfortable in one’s body. Comparing any of these to legitimate pronouns used by those who have transitioned or are transitioning is an offensive joke at best and downright malicious at worst. This is a trivialization and marginalization of a real world issue some people have to face in an attempt to feel comfortable in their day to day lives. Being generally referred to as “squeak” isn’t going to help you feel safe getting the groceries on a Sunday afternoon. Having people call you “sprout” in casual conversation isn’t going to make you feel more comfortable about your body. But being called “ze” to avoid unwanted questions about the non-specificity of your gender presentation can actually help someone avoid uncomfortable experiences that they don’t want to be in.
What this trend DOES do is trivialize those pronouns that some people need by equating them to these “cutesy pronouns” that people are beginning to list, making the whole idea of pronouns seem cute and trendy and those who need it seem as silly as those who are picking off this list in the eyes of greater society. So before you try to come at me and say that this is just harmless fun and doesn’t hurt anyone let me say that it DOES hurt all the people who have legitimate pronoun preferences that they came to through hardships and prejudices, not by picking off a goddamn list of fucking plant and monster pronouns.
This needs to fucking stop.

A lot of people on my dashboard are promoting the idea of cutesy and alternative pronouns, many of which are trans/nonbinary. I’m not sure where I stand on it myself, I’m not educated enough to make a statement, but perhaps people can help me?

I feel like OP’s whole argument hinges on their beliefs that
no one using these pronouns is doing so for “legitimate” (whatever the hell that means) reasons
things that are cute can’t save your fucking life, and
OP’s belief is everybody’s belief
They say “Being generally referred to as “squeak” isn’t going to help you feel safe getting the groceries on a Sunday afternoon. Having people call you “sprout” in casual conversation isn’t going to make you feel more comfortable about your body” and that seems incredibly, incredibly, incrediblyshitty and shaming to me, and it’s definitely a “you’re queer by my definition or you aren’t doing it right” prescriptivist thought.
When I made up the ste/stem/stemself pronouns, my reasonong behind it was that, like stems, we’re sometimes really fucking fragile in a world where a lot of stuff doesn’t care if we die. But if we make it through our growth, beautiful things will emerge.
And I take an enormous amount of comfort in that, and I’m not going to let people with shitty opinions like swagsweptquestant change that.
Also. in the second paragraph of the post. They wrote.  THEY LITERALLY ADMITTED. That they heard people asking for these pronouns to be used b/c they helped with dysphoria. And then paragraphs later. They said that no one would ever realistically do that. DO THEY UNDERSTAND THAT THEY JUST INVALIDATED EVERYTHING THEY’RE SAYING.
Create your own gender, create your own pronouns, create your own life.

Thanks Tom. That’s what I thought, but I’m no expert. So many people are eager to force others into their own boxes, even in this community. :/

If someone asks you to use pronouns for whatever reason they may have (which is no one else’s business unless they choose to share it with you) be respectful of that. There is no harm in respecting their choice of pronouns, no matter how “silly” you may think they are. At the very least it allows them to explore their expression and become aware of things they may not have known about themselves or society previously. For the love of the universe don’t squash that by telling them how they can or can’t do that.

If someone asks you to use pronouns for whatever reason they may have (which is no one else’s business unless they choose to share it with you) be respectful of that.

NO

Can you not though? It is literally already hard enough for people who I know that are non-binary that use “they/them” to get people to use. People tell them “no I will call you he/she because you look like so” to said person. This just rubs that into the dirt. I have had people tell me that non-binary people are stupid and made up because the only kinds of pronouns they have seen online are these. These that look like pet names instead of actual pronouns. It makes it harder for those of us who are trying to actually be comfortable in the world just using “they/them”. It’s hard enough already and these “pronouns” people are making up, whether those individuals making them up are non-binary or not, is just shoving a lot of other people under a rock because we can’t get anyone to actually respect our pronoun choices.I don’t care if people on tumblr think these are fine. The world is not tumblr. I want my non-binary lover and friends to not have to deal with being shoved under a barreling bus and disrespected and made fun of just because of this. -K

loststrusra:

roguesareth:

somethingfeline:

quilavalamps:

the-transcendent:

thatweirdo-intheduckieshirt:

the-transcendent:

swagsweptquestant:

This is not okay. I don’t know where this started or how this came about but this is NOT okay.

What I see on my dash today is a list of pronouns, presented as a list to choose from. At the bottom, it is referred to as “cute”. Yesterday, I heard it compared to people who ask for specific pronouns as a part of their dysphoria within their body or assigned gender role.

And now I am going to repeat that this is in no way okay by any stretch of the imagination.

This mix-and-match list of cute words with -self appended to them is nothing less than a disgusting appropriation of trendy fashion to the actual practice of adopting different pronouns to feel more comfortable in one’s body. Comparing any of these to legitimate pronouns used by those who have transitioned or are transitioning is an offensive joke at best and downright malicious at worst. This is a trivialization and marginalization of a real world issue some people have to face in an attempt to feel comfortable in their day to day lives. Being generally referred to as “squeak” isn’t going to help you feel safe getting the groceries on a Sunday afternoon. Having people call you “sprout” in casual conversation isn’t going to make you feel more comfortable about your body. But being called “ze” to avoid unwanted questions about the non-specificity of your gender presentation can actually help someone avoid uncomfortable experiences that they don’t want to be in.

What this trend DOES do is trivialize those pronouns that some people need by equating them to these “cutesy pronouns” that people are beginning to list, making the whole idea of pronouns seem cute and trendy and those who need it seem as silly as those who are picking off this list in the eyes of greater society. So before you try to come at me and say that this is just harmless fun and doesn’t hurt anyone let me say that it DOES hurt all the people who have legitimate pronoun preferences that they came to through hardships and prejudices, not by picking off a goddamn list of fucking plant and monster pronouns.

This needs to fucking stop.

A lot of people on my dashboard are promoting the idea of cutesy and alternative pronouns, many of which are trans/nonbinary.

I’m not sure where I stand on it myself, I’m not educated enough to make a statement, but perhaps people can help me?

I feel like OP’s whole argument hinges on their beliefs that

  1. no one using these pronouns is doing so for “legitimate” (whatever the hell that means) reasons
  2. things that are cute can’t save your fucking life, and
  3. OP’s belief is everybody’s belief

They say “Being generally referred to as “squeak” isn’t going to help you feel safe getting the groceries on a Sunday afternoon. Having people call you “sprout” in casual conversation isn’t going to make you feel more comfortable about your body” and that seems incredibly, incredibly, incrediblyshitty and shaming to me, and it’s definitely a “you’re queer by my definition or you aren’t doing it right” prescriptivist thought.

When I made up the ste/stem/stemself pronouns, my reasonong behind it was that, like stems, we’re sometimes really fucking fragile in a world where a lot of stuff doesn’t care if we die. But if we make it through our growth, beautiful things will emerge.

And I take an enormous amount of comfort in that, and I’m not going to let people with shitty opinions like swagsweptquestant change that.

Also. in the second paragraph of the post. They wrote.  THEY LITERALLY ADMITTED. That they heard people asking for these pronouns to be used b/c they helped with dysphoria. And then paragraphs later. They said that no one would ever realistically do that. DO THEY UNDERSTAND THAT THEY JUST INVALIDATED EVERYTHING THEY’RE SAYING.

Create your own gender, create your own pronouns, create your own life.

Thanks Tom. That’s what I thought, but I’m no expert.

So many people are eager to force others into their own boxes, even in this community. :/

If someone asks you to use pronouns for whatever reason they may have (which is no one else’s business unless they choose to share it with you) be respectful of that. There is no harm in respecting their choice of pronouns, no matter how “silly” you may think they are. At the very least it allows them to explore their expression and become aware of things they may not have known about themselves or society previously. For the love of the universe don’t squash that by telling them how they can or can’t do that.

If someone asks you to use pronouns for whatever reason they may have (which is no one else’s business unless they choose to share it with you) be respectful of that.

NO

Can you not though? It is literally already hard enough for people who I know that are non-binary that use “they/them” to get people to use. People tell them “no I will call you he/she because you look like so” to said person. This just rubs that into the dirt. I have had people tell me that non-binary people are stupid and made up because the only kinds of pronouns they have seen online are these. These that look like pet names instead of actual pronouns.

It makes it harder for those of us who are trying to actually be comfortable in the world just using “they/them”. It’s hard enough already and these “pronouns” people are making up, whether those individuals making them up are non-binary or not, is just shoving a lot of other people under a rock because we can’t get anyone to actually respect our pronoun choices.

I don’t care if people on tumblr think these are fine. The world is not tumblr. I want my non-binary lover and friends to not have to deal with being shoved under a barreling bus and disrespected and made fun of just because of this. -K

rainstorms-soul:

roguesareth:

somethingfeline:

quilavalamps:

the-transcendent:

thatweirdo-intheduckieshirt:

the-transcendent:

swagsweptquestant:

This is not okay. I don’t know where this started or how this came about but this is NOT okay.
What I see on my dash today is a list of pronouns, presented as a list to choose from. At the bottom, it is referred to as “cute”. Yesterday, I heard it compared to people who ask for specific pronouns as a part of their dysphoria within their body or assigned gender role.
And now I am going to repeat that this is in no way okay by any stretch of the imagination.
This mix-and-match list of cute words with -self appended to them is nothing less than a disgusting appropriation of trendy fashion to the actual practice of adopting different pronouns to feel more comfortable in one’s body. Comparing any of these to legitimate pronouns used by those who have transitioned or are transitioning is an offensive joke at best and downright malicious at worst. This is a trivialization and marginalization of a real world issue some people have to face in an attempt to feel comfortable in their day to day lives. Being generally referred to as “squeak” isn’t going to help you feel safe getting the groceries on a Sunday afternoon. Having people call you “sprout” in casual conversation isn’t going to make you feel more comfortable about your body. But being called “ze” to avoid unwanted questions about the non-specificity of your gender presentation can actually help someone avoid uncomfortable experiences that they don’t want to be in.
What this trend DOES do is trivialize those pronouns that some people need by equating them to these “cutesy pronouns” that people are beginning to list, making the whole idea of pronouns seem cute and trendy and those who need it seem as silly as those who are picking off this list in the eyes of greater society. So before you try to come at me and say that this is just harmless fun and doesn’t hurt anyone let me say that it DOES hurt all the people who have legitimate pronoun preferences that they came to through hardships and prejudices, not by picking off a goddamn list of fucking plant and monster pronouns.
This needs to fucking stop.

A lot of people on my dashboard are promoting the idea of cutesy and alternative pronouns, many of which are trans/nonbinary. I’m not sure where I stand on it myself, I’m not educated enough to make a statement, but perhaps people can help me?

I feel like OP’s whole argument hinges on their beliefs that
no one using these pronouns is doing so for “legitimate” (whatever the hell that means) reasons
things that are cute can’t save your fucking life, and
OP’s belief is everybody’s belief
They say “Being generally referred to as “squeak” isn’t going to help you feel safe getting the groceries on a Sunday afternoon. Having people call you “sprout” in casual conversation isn’t going to make you feel more comfortable about your body” and that seems incredibly, incredibly, incrediblyshitty and shaming to me, and it’s definitely a “you’re queer by my definition or you aren’t doing it right” prescriptivist thought.
When I made up the ste/stem/stemself pronouns, my reasonong behind it was that, like stems, we’re sometimes really fucking fragile in a world where a lot of stuff doesn’t care if we die. But if we make it through our growth, beautiful things will emerge.
And I take an enormous amount of comfort in that, and I’m not going to let people with shitty opinions like swagsweptquestant change that.
Also. in the second paragraph of the post. They wrote.  THEY LITERALLY ADMITTED. That they heard people asking for these pronouns to be used b/c they helped with dysphoria. And then paragraphs later. They said that no one would ever realistically do that. DO THEY UNDERSTAND THAT THEY JUST INVALIDATED EVERYTHING THEY’RE SAYING.
Create your own gender, create your own pronouns, create your own life.

Thanks Tom. That’s what I thought, but I’m no expert. So many people are eager to force others into their own boxes, even in this community. :/

If someone asks you to use pronouns for whatever reason they may have (which is no one else’s business unless they choose to share it with you) be respectful of that. There is no harm in respecting their choice of pronouns, no matter how “silly” you may think they are. At the very least it allows them to explore their expression and become aware of things they may not have known about themselves or society previously. For the love of the universe don’t squash that by telling them how they can or can’t do that.

If someone asks you to use pronouns for whatever reason they may have (which is no one else’s business unless they choose to share it with you) be respectful of that.

NO

This pronoun shit has been taken way too far. And seriously, who the fuck actually uses “hir, ze, zir, etc” in a real conversation. No one will know what the fuck you’re talking about.  
There are other ways to respectfully refer to people that don’t involve made up words that are awkward, unknown to society, and just sound fucking ridiculous in general.

At least ze,zi,em,ey,hir,ect fit the proper model for pronouns in the English language.

rainstorms-soul:

roguesareth:

somethingfeline:

quilavalamps:

the-transcendent:

thatweirdo-intheduckieshirt:

the-transcendent:

swagsweptquestant:

This is not okay. I don’t know where this started or how this came about but this is NOT okay.

What I see on my dash today is a list of pronouns, presented as a list to choose from. At the bottom, it is referred to as “cute”. Yesterday, I heard it compared to people who ask for specific pronouns as a part of their dysphoria within their body or assigned gender role.

And now I am going to repeat that this is in no way okay by any stretch of the imagination.

This mix-and-match list of cute words with -self appended to them is nothing less than a disgusting appropriation of trendy fashion to the actual practice of adopting different pronouns to feel more comfortable in one’s body. Comparing any of these to legitimate pronouns used by those who have transitioned or are transitioning is an offensive joke at best and downright malicious at worst. This is a trivialization and marginalization of a real world issue some people have to face in an attempt to feel comfortable in their day to day lives. Being generally referred to as “squeak” isn’t going to help you feel safe getting the groceries on a Sunday afternoon. Having people call you “sprout” in casual conversation isn’t going to make you feel more comfortable about your body. But being called “ze” to avoid unwanted questions about the non-specificity of your gender presentation can actually help someone avoid uncomfortable experiences that they don’t want to be in.

What this trend DOES do is trivialize those pronouns that some people need by equating them to these “cutesy pronouns” that people are beginning to list, making the whole idea of pronouns seem cute and trendy and those who need it seem as silly as those who are picking off this list in the eyes of greater society. So before you try to come at me and say that this is just harmless fun and doesn’t hurt anyone let me say that it DOES hurt all the people who have legitimate pronoun preferences that they came to through hardships and prejudices, not by picking off a goddamn list of fucking plant and monster pronouns.

This needs to fucking stop.

A lot of people on my dashboard are promoting the idea of cutesy and alternative pronouns, many of which are trans/nonbinary.

I’m not sure where I stand on it myself, I’m not educated enough to make a statement, but perhaps people can help me?

I feel like OP’s whole argument hinges on their beliefs that

  1. no one using these pronouns is doing so for “legitimate” (whatever the hell that means) reasons
  2. things that are cute can’t save your fucking life, and
  3. OP’s belief is everybody’s belief

They say “Being generally referred to as “squeak” isn’t going to help you feel safe getting the groceries on a Sunday afternoon. Having people call you “sprout” in casual conversation isn’t going to make you feel more comfortable about your body” and that seems incredibly, incredibly, incrediblyshitty and shaming to me, and it’s definitely a “you’re queer by my definition or you aren’t doing it right” prescriptivist thought.

When I made up the ste/stem/stemself pronouns, my reasonong behind it was that, like stems, we’re sometimes really fucking fragile in a world where a lot of stuff doesn’t care if we die. But if we make it through our growth, beautiful things will emerge.

And I take an enormous amount of comfort in that, and I’m not going to let people with shitty opinions like swagsweptquestant change that.

Also. in the second paragraph of the post. They wrote.  THEY LITERALLY ADMITTED. That they heard people asking for these pronouns to be used b/c they helped with dysphoria. And then paragraphs later. They said that no one would ever realistically do that. DO THEY UNDERSTAND THAT THEY JUST INVALIDATED EVERYTHING THEY’RE SAYING.

Create your own gender, create your own pronouns, create your own life.

Thanks Tom. That’s what I thought, but I’m no expert.

So many people are eager to force others into their own boxes, even in this community. :/

If someone asks you to use pronouns for whatever reason they may have (which is no one else’s business unless they choose to share it with you) be respectful of that. There is no harm in respecting their choice of pronouns, no matter how “silly” you may think they are. At the very least it allows them to explore their expression and become aware of things they may not have known about themselves or society previously. For the love of the universe don’t squash that by telling them how they can or can’t do that.

If someone asks you to use pronouns for whatever reason they may have (which is no one else’s business unless they choose to share it with you) be respectful of that.

NO

This pronoun shit has been taken way too far. And seriously, who the fuck actually uses “hir, ze, zir, etc” in a real conversation. No one will know what the fuck you’re talking about.  

There are other ways to respectfully refer to people that don’t involve made up words that are awkward, unknown to society, and just sound fucking ridiculous in general.

At least ze,zi,em,ey,hir,ect fit the proper model for pronouns in the English language.

Anonymous said: roguesareth, duskenpath, and anexpansionlikegold were the people who helped me become the witch and polytheist I am today.

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