This is so important!
I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared.
Don’t be me.
Girlie Glue is made with Agave nectar and other all natural Ingredients
It’s safe, 100% Honey-Free and washes away easily with water.
I don’t care if it is natural. I don’t care if it is safe. Can we please not glue shit to baby girl’s heads to make sure the world knows that she is in fact a girl? This is grooming your child into femininity so early she hasn’t even had a chance to grow hair.
Their trademark is literally “It’s never too early to be girlie”; some on the infants on that site already have their ears pierced.
It looks like they forgot this is a child and not a toy to play dress up with.
so fucking upset rn
Whenever I see things like this, it gives me a brief urge to possibly one day be a parent so I have the opportunity to bring at least one girl into the world that isn’t going to be put through all of this trash.
The desperation to enforce femininity from day one is so repulsive, I swear to god.
I…. what? Are people really gluing shit to their child’s head, now? It’s come to this?
I’m gonna glue bows to my son’s head too though.
This is hilarious. Why limit it to bows? Just glue what ever the fuck to your babies head.
Kid not sticky enough? Pour some agave nectar into their downy little baby hairs.
Pesky laws that say your baby can’t get dermal implant horns yet? GLUE SOME FUCKING HORNS ON YOUR DEVIL BABY.
Whenever I’m feeling self conscious about my jiggly bits, I find that a generous hunk of cheese washed down with a cocktail reminds me that I really don’t give a fuck.
|—||Tomaž Šalamun (via bhagyawati)|
Eads Plaza by the Canal Street Ferry - 1950
Photo by Dorothy Violet Gulledge
This is a very good question.
Unfortunately, Spanish (as well as most Romance languages) is incredibly gendered.
However, we have definitely heard some ways people can and do use gender neutral language in Spanish.
Pronouns: We have heard people use the pronoun “Ey.” The logic is it sounds like él and ella so it often becomes easier to incorporate into your daily vocabulary.
Adjectives: There are many adjectives in Spanish that are not gendered. So sometimes, it takes a little creativity. For instance, you may say “Esa persona es muy amable” instead of “Él/ella es muy simpático/a” Also, if your vocabulary is limited here are many ways to make adjectives sound less gendered. Some people choose to pronounce the @ in words like Latin@ as “la-ti-naw” very similar to the portuguese ó sound. Others, choose to simply not pronounce the o/a at the end of words making an ambiguous sounding word. For instance, cansado/a simple becomes cansad. Some pronounce the a/o at the end of words as e or u.
Although definitely not easy. It’s not impossible Guap@! We wish you luck in your inclusive linguistic endeavors.