I'm AJ. I'm from Cincinnati and I live in Chicago. Pronouns are he/him/his. White, cisgender, gay, half-jewish, agnostic, able-bodied, neurotypical. I'm an aspiring actor/writer/whatever with words. Avid shakespearean. Total art/literary analysis nerd. To people who saw the Homer post, I'm moderately into the classics (I did take latin) with most of my focus on classical theatre and mythology.

britney2007spears:

yes, i am a hipster :-), have you heard of lana del rey?? probably not.

this-disgusting-ribbon:

starscreamsswayinghips:

purrinces:

accio-aj:

4 and a half years difference, I finally recognise myself in the mirror.
Age 18 at my mum’s wedding in may 2010, a tough day having to wear a dress and attempt to look comfortable in it, but i got to change into a shirt and jeans after the ceremony/photos, the family had a great day so i couldn’t complain xD and then now at 2 years on testosterone and about 3 years after “coming out”.

this gives me so much hope with my transition 

^^^^ My thoughts exactly.

such gorgeous eyes :o

cosetteofficial:

I love that bedazzled cape the phantom wears in the musical because you can just imagine him in his lair with a bedazzler like “I’m gonna look so sick. Christine is gonna love this.”

Today’s aesthetic is definitely 80s teen movie idol

My only weakness is hot obnoxious straight boys and that’s the worst weakness for a gay social-justice advocate to have

rngmt:

getting into that halloween spooky spirit !!

wiglytuf:

my body is a temple, but it’s a temple to dionysus

nonmono-perspective:

In case bisexuals and/or women needed any more reasons to dislike Steven Moffat, someone compiled an article including just a handful of the awful things he’s said.

rainbow-femme:

I’m sick of magical worlds with no technology. I want fairy run coffee shops where you can get a latte with a shot of charisma, because you’ve got a big presentation you’re worried about, or witches working at Apple selling phones that automatically appear in your pocket if you accidentally leave it somewhere, or psychics running hair salons who always know how you want your hair to look, or aura reader therapists. I just really want normalized magic in modern society

theydieholdinghands:

the only good time to say “not all men” is if you finish the sentence with “not all men have penises”