allison, 16, infp, she/her.
"Daya is a hopeless romantic and she believes in love. That’s something that we share. She doesn’t hold grudges, she forgives very easily, and I think I do the same. When people see the character and then get to know me, they say ‘Oh, you’re so different’, but we are very similar in that way. Also, with her image, she has a little insecurity and a inner struggle that I’m working on currently."
tru v tru especially on the last point. especially because she describes her sexuality as fluid.
but I do wanna saY i was using bi in very much the same way as pan. obviously labels differ from person to person so your mileage may vary, but to me bi doesn’t mean ‘attracted to two genders only’ and i don’t believe that that’s generally the definition the bisexual community uses although I could be wrong. there was this really lovely text post going around a while back that said “bi = two = attracted to people who are my gender and attracted to people who aren’t my gender” and that’s very much how I look at it?? again that’s just how I see it and obviously the way people define the labels they put on themselves is gonna differ and there’s not really a right or wrong way to do that.
I definitely should’ve worded that better. I was tryin’ to say something about how people insist she’s a lesbian bc of #biphobia — whether or not she’s actually bi. they’re so afraid 2 use that word or recognize that she’s attracted to multiple genders bc of the stigma attached to bisexuality
Amanda grins from ear to ear. “Now you’re a baby sehlat!”
"Not wogical." Spock says.
viii. all triggers are tagged: [ trigger ] cw.
i. allison, sixteen, female, queer, infp, east coast, intersectional feminist.
ii. rising junior in love with medicine & new york city.
iii. graphics, gifs, edits.
iv. star trek.
a. parks & rec, hannibal, game of thrones, rooster teeth.
1. orange is the new black, archer, one direction.
v. photography, art, fashion.
a. words, music, science.