Tired of being someone’s spirit guide/inspiration

Well now here’s an interesting thread.




Ahhhhhh don’t you love that fifth one? “One of the things I’m coming to terms with in life is that I am going to be seen as this amazing inspiring fascinating person to a lot of people and that’s as deep as any relationship they have with me will go”? I know I do. I love it for its hilariosity and I love it for its evidentiary worth. It can be everyone’s “NOW do you see the narcissism??” resource.

But also…”It’s always just this weird “hey” and I’m expected to accept it.” Oh yes? Is that what it’s always? And you don’t always feel like accepting it? What might that be like, I wonder?


Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha yeah right, most people who go “Hey I’m trans” give cis women alllllllllll the time in the world to adjust and never call them hard names or threaten them or ostracize them in any way at all. We’ve been seeing that for several years now.



Definitely not. They treat cis women with the utmost respect and generosity and don’t at all bully or silence them for any reason whatever.

If you’re wondering who Kat Blaque is, Wikipedia can help:

Blaque was born in Lynwood, California and raised in Walnut, California. She is adopted.[2] In middle school, Blaque began to question her gender identity and started to identify as genderqueer.[3] She began identifying as a trans woman in college.[4] Blaque graduated from the California Institute of the Arts in 2012 with a BFA in character animation.[1]


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