This is My Brain
My name is Molly. I'm a white, 20-year-old, pansexual cis woman studying music therapy, and this blog is pretty much a peek into my brain: music, Portal, social justice, and silliness.

Dislikes: GLaDOS’s bullshit, ignorant people, letter openers.

i get the other side of the argument i guess but i just don’t agree with acting like lesbianism is a club you can kick people out of for not meeting your standards

and i think that if you’re a lesbian for the sake of rejecting the heteropatriarchy that’s fine, but to force that political standing on every lesbian and cast out the ones that don’t ascribe to that particular political belief is really … narrow, i guess? not to mention historically erasive of the same famous lesbians-married-to-men who lesbians cite when pointing out that bisexuals shouldn’t erase lesbians just because lesbians have been married to men.

i value my relationship with matt more than i value being politically subversive in this one particular way. truthfully, i think it’d be a goddamn shame to give up the kind of trust and love and compatibility we share for one type of individual stand. i don’t think our relationship is particularly politically subversive, but that’s not my goal in a relationship. at the same time i don’t feel like i can qualify as someone who is generally attracted to men anymore, because if it wasn’t for matt, i can’t think of any man i’ve met who i’d date. maybe i wouldn’t qualify as a “gold-star” or politically perfect lesbian. but maybe i’m also tired of having a political identity forced on my sexuality by the heteropatriarchy and having that be reinforced by those claiming to fight it.

i guess i don’t know what i am anymore. apparently i can’t even do something as basic as being a type of queer properly.


If you thinking taking seflies is immature and stupid, just get out okay.

All through my adolescence I fucking hated how I looked and hated people taking my picture and that’s no way to live because then you look back and realize you have no pictures of yourself. 

So if girls today have enough self esteem to take a picture of themselves and post it for their friends, that’s awesome. So much better than them never wanting their picture taken. 


  • found their phone number in a library book au
  • hitchhiker ride au
  • met through online rpg au
  • disneyworld cosplayers au
  • accidentally taking each other’s bags au
  • camp councelors au
  • antiques shop au
  • called the wrong number while drunk au
  • sex shop au
  • found your their dog au
  • crashed the their car au
  • yoga class au
  • public demonstration au

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30 Day Art Challege: Day 26

26. Your favourite sweet food/candy/etc.

I already drew Jello-O, so I figured I’d try my hand at chocolate mousse, but mousse is not very appealing-looking and I was lazy and frustrated so it looked more like literal shit but whatever.




check out this periodic table


I have made a lot of bad jokes but this is still probably my greatest hit



(logs into my online account) nice, I’ve hacked it

in other news i made quesadillas today and they were p yummy

tereziskyrope replied to your post “i mean i have straight girl friends who have their exceptions (okay,…”

Idk if that article is lesbophobic or not, plus I gotta finish reading it & I’m kinda torn, tho I’m open to listening; however I would say it is somewhat biphobic? Like, she clumped together bi and het which is uhhh

Yeah, like I was saying to Deadly, I definitely think it’s biphobic and I wouldn’t be surprised if the writer’s identity was driven by internalized biphobia, but to immediately shrug her off as being definitely-not-a-lesbian because she doesn’t fit OP’s idea of what a lesbian should be is pretty suspect to me.

video games don’t make us violent, lag does

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