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Hello all my guys, gals and non-binary pals, my name is Will! Don't hesitate to ask me anything :) My bark is, more often than not, worse than my bite~

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Sherlock: The Lines that Rule the Show

by , Saturday January 14, 2017
 Sherlock: The Lines that Rule the Show

The best lines from Sherlock Holmes all in one place!

I blog about it, and he forgets his pants. Willow Angel talks about the most significant - and most awesome - quotes from BBC Sherlock and ACD Sherlock Holmes.

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  • Willow Angel
    3 months agoReply
    1 Like
    This is awesome! I've never read a supernatural story quite like this one :)
    99 Curses
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    Kara’s Vale is a spooky place that lends itself well to the tales of witches and black magic that founded it. But nobody ever expected anything like this. Ted, the police sergeant, has two problems....
    3 months ago
    Thank you! I'm glad you're enjoying it :)
  • Willow Angel

    mumbled "Hola pt 2"

    3 months agoReply
    1 Like

    Hi. My name is Will and I use they/them pronouns. This is one of the first steps in my coming out journey in regards to my gender.

    A lot of people in my life, maybe even some of you, may know that I identify as gay. I dig chicks. I use a couple of other labels (demisexual and polyamorous (labels just help me out as a logical person, @/the people saying I use too many confusing labels)), but they are not important right now. Most people have gotten it through their heads that I like girls, not boys. But only a few people have come to terms with the fact that I myself am not a girl.

    It's not really that hard a concept to understand. There is Male, and then there is Female. I am not either. I am neither male nor female and I do not want to be addressed or introduced as such. I am uncomfortable being known as "she", and would much rather be just "them". But it seems that a lot of people in my life just can't seem to understand this simple thing. I would really love it if people started accepting me and acknowledging that I'd prefer to use gender-neutral terms and pronouns for myself, and start using they/them pronouns themselves in regards to me.

    "This is Will, they're in my year level."
    "That's Will, they're in the senior dance class."
    "Where's Will?" "Oh, they're with [so and so] in the canteen."

    Perhaps it is because of my appearance. I am mostly comfortable with my body, and only feel a sense of dysphoria (I see it as a disconnection between what my body is and what I feel it should be) sometimes. I enjoy wearing makeup and wearing dresses, but I also enjoy looking androgynous (neither male nor female) and masculine. In the picture attached, there are two pictures of me wearing makeup. I wear makeup because I like to, not because I'm trying to adhere to gender stereotypes. Makeup has no gender. There is also a picture of me looking rather androgynous, and a picture of me with a Snapchat filter bc I look cute. So sue me.

    I am an accepting person, partly because I am a minority. I may not seem it: I am white, I am good at school and I am fortunate enough to have a good life with a good family. But the fact remains that I am still a part of a minority that is discriminated against. I am part of a minority that gets told we're "just confused", we're "attention seekers", or that we're "too touchy" and "can't take a joke".

    My name is Will, and I am non-binary.
    My name is Will, and I enjoy wearing makeup.
    My name is Will, and I love wearing suits.
    My name is Will, and I use they/them pronouns.

    And society needs to get used to it.
  • Willow Angel

    mumbled "Another letter"

    5 months agoReply
    This time, the letter is to me earlier this year. I wish I'd known then what I know now.

    Past, Present, Future2017: Hey 2016, how are you? I hope you're alright. 2016 is typing... 2016: I want to die. | Find my letters to my past and future self. | Cover by Names...
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