Αν επιθυμείτε να πετύχετε το τέλειο ανδρόγυνο/tomboy στιλ που σας ταιριάζει, τότε δεν έχετε παρά να κάνετε follow αυτά τα μοναδικά προφίλ στο instagram, που θα σίγουρα σας εμπνεύσουν.

Αλλά, ακόμη κι αν είστε εντελώς fluid, τότε αυτά τα προφίλ σίγουρα θα σας δώσουν ιδέες και έμπνευση!

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Meet your new fave button up. Link in bio. #TheChill

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one thing about me is i tend to fall in love with people often and HARD. it sucks. i feel so basic when it happens, but it happens. my poor friends have to be fake excited for me every time. anyways, i went through my phone and read though all the times i fell in love with someone. why? i just wanted to see why it happened and if i could fix my approach bc i’m not convinced i’m doing this love shit right. AT ALL. so i literally scrolled to the times in messages with my exes where we were wild over each other and i realized every single person i ever fell for was brilliant and dynamic and funny and HELLA patient with me and taught me *so much* about how to be a better person. okay some were wack, but every single person i opened to my heart made me better and more loving, compassionate, non-judgemental, and so on. those that were abrasive and ugly to me, allowed for so much growth that i can’t even be mad about it. now i will admit i have NO idea what i’m doing when it comes to this dating thing even right now, but i’m satisfied with my experience thus far. even if i end up alone and never get to experience love again, my run-in’s w every form of love have made me more honest and kind and they’ve been DOPE. my past loves have simultaneously ruined my life yet made me appreciate life at the same time. so yeah, i know i should protect my heart (three stacks, protect my heart), but kinda down with the pain of love, too. the growth and light makes all the negative so much worth it. living and loving openly in 2019, bc why tf not?

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Throwback to that fantabulous @gq shoot. Your very devoted.

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#repost @robynlambird I've been writing for years now on the importance of positive disability representation but I have to come clean because no matter how much I try to own it, my own disabled identity is still complex and messy. I feel as though I'm constantly balancing my desire to be a positive and proud cripple with that of being authentic. Honestly having Cerebral Palsy is difficult. Sure I'm grateful for everything it's given me; resilience, self-belief, empathy, creative thinking, community, and for that reason I am proud. I certainly wouldn't be the same person I am today without CP but that doesn't mean it isn't hard, in lots of ways, and that there aren't days where quite frankly I wish it could bog off. I'm constantly tired, nearly always in some kind of discomfort, and I'm frustratingly clumsy thanks to impaired balance, coordination, and fine motor control. So it's not all cool wheelchair pics and self-love, in fact at times it's difficult to love my body because it feels as though it's actively working against me. That's why sometimes I'm at odds with the idea of 'normalising' disability because it can feel like this wasn't how it was supposed to be. I can plan movements in my head, graceful and fluid, but the stiff awkward results aren't me. This conflict between my mind and my body wasn't on the blue print, it wasn't planned. If we define normal as the standard, this isn't it. And that's ok because these struggles are valuable, as are most things that set us apart. Diversity is the biggest teacher, and we all have so much to learn from each others differences. The standard is common knowledge, so there's power in what exists outside of that. So as much as I believe in the good of the social model, I also believe that at times it is my body that disables me. I'm running on a broken system and that takes work, a lot of it. So I don't think I have to be completely thrilled about my body being this way, for my experiences as a disabled person to be valid. Identity is inherently tied with experience, 3 dimensional and multi-faceted. Therefor my relationship with my body is constantly evolving and fluctuating as I move through life.

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