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This is part 1 in a series of posts summarizing what was said during the Gender Odyssey conference in Seattle from August 14-17, 2014. This is not basic knowledge, but rather it is supplemental knowledge. This is knowledge to expand upon what you already know but does not provide groundwork for…


all of these are just yes

I Would Never Admit This in Person…


…but did any other trans guys get hit right in the feels during Rocket’s speech in Guardians of the Galaxy? He said that he couldn’t take another day of someone calling him “vermin” or “rodent” and then later on expresses that it feels like he’s been torn apart and put back together all wrong.

Anyone? Or am I just crazy?




Me I hope.


support nonbinary people who aren’t completely androgynous

support femme trans men

support masculine trans women

just because someone doesn’t fit into the stereotype of their identity doesn’t mean they aren’t valid

I just really wish I passed better….


decided to try out black hermione and I think i’m in love


Would I rather be feared or loved? Easy. Both. I want people to be afraid of how much they love me

Star Quotes

Daniel Brink

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Wish you grow up fast by kogawakenji




Guardians of the Galaxy is now the biggest Marvel movie starter worldwide, surpassing even the first Iron Man film (and GotG hasn’t even been shown in China, Japan and Italy!) My family loves it so much we watched it twice.

And who says Marvel and minimalism can’t mix? Of all the characters, I have come to admire Groot. And it seems to me that Groot is a minimalist. Here are my 5 fun reasons why. Hope you enjoy reading my list!

1. Groot does not own anything. (Beat that 100 Thing Challenge!) To fight, he actually doesn’t need any “stuff” (unlike Rocket Raccoon). 

Rocket Raccoon: [jumps on Groot who is fighting the sentry bots] You idiot! How am I supposed to fight these things without my stuff?

Groot produces what he needs (ex: a shield, a lance/long spear, a cocoon). He even produces light!

Drax the Destroyer: I can barely see.

[Groot releases the ‘fireflies’ from his body]

Drax the Destroyer: Where did you learn to do that?

Peter Quill: I’m pretty sure the answer is “I am Groot”.

2. Groot is a man (er, being) of few words. He actually says only 5 words in the film. And yet he conveys so much!

Groot: I am Groot.

Peter Quill: Well that’s just as fascinating as the first 89 times. What is wrong with Giving Tree here?

Rocket Raccoon: Well he don’t know talkin’ good like me and you, so his vocabulistics is limited to “I” and “am” and “Groot,” exclusively in that order.

Rocket Raccoon: No, Groot… don’t do this, you’ll die… why are you doing this?

Groot: WE are Groot.

3. Groot lives in the present. He just acts!

Rocket Raccoon: And finally, on the wall back there is a black panel. Blinky yellow light. You see it?

Peter Quill: Yeah.

Rocket Raccoon: There’s a quarnex battery behind it. Purplish box. Green wires. To get into that watch tower, I definitely need it.

Gamora: How are we supposed to do that?

Rocket Raccoon: Well, supposedly, these bald bodies find you attractive, so maybe you could work out some sort of trade.

[Groot starts walking toward the panel]

Gamora: You must be joking.

Rocket Raccoon: No, I really heard they find you attractive.

Peter Quill: Look. It’s 20 feet up in the air and it’s in the middle of the most heavily guarded part of the prison. It’s impossible to get up there without being seen.

Rocket Raccoon: I got one plan, and that plan requires this frickin’ quarnex battery, so FIGURE IT OUT!

[Groot removes the panel, which hits a passing inmate on the head and knocks him out]

Rocket Raccoon: Can I get back to it? Thanks.

[Drax spots Groot trying to remove the battery]

Rocket Raccoon: Now, this is important. Once the battery is removed, everything is gonna slam into emergency mode. Once we have it, we gotta move quickly, so you definitely need to get that last.

[Groot removes the battery, setting off the alarms]

Rocket Raccoon: Or we could just get it first and improvise.

4. Groot is not burdened by anger or hate. He is child-like (see photo as well).

Rocket Raccoon: Quit smiling, you’re supposed to be professional.

Groot smiling!

5. Groot understands that we are all connected.

[Groot grows a cocoon of branches to cover his friends]

Rocket Raccoon: No, Groot… don’t do this, you’ll die… why are you doing this?

Groot: WE are Groot.

Seeee. I told you Groot is a bad-ass minimalist from start until the end! Hope this big guy inspires you on your quest towards minimalism as well! -Danny


Guardians of the Galaxy in the anime Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers. 


Sixty seconds into Guardians of the Galaxy:




Guardians of the galaxy: gold/brown


Omg before and after haha, well rocket is sexy no doubt! Peter’s change tho!