Harmony, or Roman. Nonbinary. They/Them pronouns. Autistic. Demisexual, Biromantic, Poly. This is a blog about mysticism, gender, autism, beauty, truth, and love.
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april-polyverse:

upworthy:

The Thing Your First-Grade English Teacher Missed That You Should Definitely Know

People I know in real life appearing on my dash because they made a good thing ^.^

(via nonbinary-support)

(Source: 1000-sunz, via kindredwarriors)

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  • deepspacesorg:

Laura Jane Grace w/ her daughter at home - © brian sorg

    deepspacesorg:

    Laura Jane Grace w/ her daughter at home - © brian sorg

    (via trendytranstrender)

    medievalengravings:

    The Book of Miracles that first surfaced a few years ago and recently made its way into an American private collection is one of the most spectacular new discoveries in the field of Renaissance art. The nearly complete surviving illustrated manuscript, which was created in the Swabian Imperial Free City of Augsburg around 1550, is composed of 169 pages with large-format illustrations in gouache and watercolor depicting wondrous and often eerie celestial phenomena, constellations, conflagrations, and floods as well as other catastrophes and occurrences. It deals with events ranging from the creation of the world and incidents drawn from the Old Testament, ancient tradition, and medieval chronicles to those that took place in the immediate present of the book’s author and, with the illustrations of the visionary Book of Revelation, even includes the future end of the world.

    (Source: willigula, via monkeysmindkey)

    Sleep? Nah.

    Sleep? Nah.

    ap0calypses:

change up

    ap0calypses:

    change up

    missvoltairine:

    just like, friendly reminder that you are a better person than your abusers and you are more successful and also cuter than them

    (via autismgender)

    jaimetalangue:

oupacademic:

(via Which everyday English words came from Arabic? | OxfordWords blog)

This is interesting but is lacking some French words such as café, alcool, and algèbre.

    jaimetalangue:

    oupacademic:

    (via Which everyday English words came from Arabic? | OxfordWords blog)

    This is interesting but is lacking some French words such as café, alcool, and algèbre.

    (via autismgender)

    victoriousvocabulary:

MELOPHILIA
[noun]
an obsessive love for music.
Etymology: from Latin melos (music) + Greek philia (love).
 [Charles François Jalabert - Nymphs Listening to the Songs of Orpheus]

    victoriousvocabulary:

    MELOPHILIA

    [noun]

    an obsessive love for music.

    Etymology: from Latin melos (music) + Greek philia (love).

     [Charles François Jalabert - Nymphs Listening to the Songs of Orpheus]

    mildlyautisticsuperdetectives:

    Shout-out to autistics who forced themselves to learn how to read social cues and constantly get their identity questioned as a result.