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Ash โœŒ  ๐ŸŒฟ24๐ŸŒฟ non binary โšง #theythem๐ŸŒฟ ๐Ÿ“ melb australia๐Ÿ“ ใ€ŠINFJใ€‹ yer local stay-home 90's dad

I do this a lot I know haha but I'm gunna take the rest of October off of Instagram (and probably all other social medias). I have a lot of mental health shit that I need to sort out that has gotten out of control, some life decisions to make, and I just want to focus more on the offline aspects of my life.
DMs and Sarahas will not be replied to at all or until I'm back feeling more stable and fresh.
I love you guys and thank you so so so so so so SO much for being always such a light and positive impact on my life. I hope you all find your freedoms and stay safe.
Peace out fam โœŒ๐Ÿ’–

Shout out to @b.a.m.hair and @bridgeayy and the rest of the team at @ladymarmaladehair studio who worked two days to get my hair exactly how I wanted ๐Ÿ™Œ not only were they creative and professional, but they were genuinely kind, fun and considerate, especially since I was so sick I fainted on them (sorry again guys haha ๐Ÿ˜…). Also the first salon whose staff have used my correct pronouns which honestly made my experince 7462827x more comfortable and enjoyable. If you're around Melb and looking for something new, I can't recommend this team enough ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’ #pinkhair ๐Ÿคฉ

Morning cuddles ๐Ÿถ #hujicam

I grew up a black sheep in my family. I was very different to siblings, and couldn't meet the expectations of my parents no matter how hard I worked. I got teased by the other kids for dressing like a boy, always being dirty and putting on a "boy voice." I loved horses and also making weapons out of glue and sticks I sharpened with my pocket knife and pouring red food dye on the tips. I loved video games and stuffed animals. When I got old enough to have to wear a bra, I'd take it off when I got to school or friend's houses and put it back on before going home so I wouldn't get in trouble with my parents. I had to be bribed to start wearing make up. Cried when I developed breasts and started my period. I hated "being a girl". Not just because I wasn't taken seriously as a girl, but because I never felt like I was one and I was never taken seriously for that. 13 years later and I'm still not taken seriously for it. But 12 years later I stopped trying to fit the label of "female" because I now know that no one else has to take me seriously but me. For the first fucking time in my life I stopped trying to please my family and peers by sacrificing what's important to me. Stopped going by "she" for everyone else's convenience. I'm fucking non binary and my pronouns are they/them and I'll correct you if you get it wrong until I'm dead in my fucking grave because ONLY I get a say in WHO I am and WHAT I am AND I WON'T TAKE YER SHIT.

Mornings are sacred.

sun's out. freckles out.

Proud owner of my first ever car ๐Ÿ˜

I stared into direct sunlight to get that sweet #naturallighting of this shot ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ˜…
It's 1am where I am and I can't sleep and I keep thinkin about how badly I top surgery

Yo just your friendly reminder that you are who and what you say you are no matter how others perceive you. Reminder that expressing yourself and who you are should never come second to expressing your gender/orientation. Reminder that gender and orientation are PART of who you are and that may be a huge or small part but it doesn't make up your whole identity. It overlays on who you are. That means however you express yourself, simply as yourself, IS how you express your gender/orientation because it's just a piece of what makes you, you. And you are what you say you are. Reminder that finding the right label can be thrilling, but don't get caught up in the societal checklist that often comes with labels. Labels are not boxes. They shouldn't feel like restraints. They should feel like freedom.
So just a friendly reminder that what you wear, how you look, sound and act doesn't ever invalidate your gender/orientation. I believe you are who and what you say you are. #oneofthem

ps: #fuckterfs

frenz ๐Ÿ˜

Creating/arranging spaces is so therapeutic for anxiety. This morning, this room just had an inflatable mattress and that black dresser in it. We never came in here. Now it's my new favourite room. ๐Ÿ˜Œ

Making up for not being able to wear a binder while my heart/breathing sorts out by over-accessorizing and dying my brows and lashes extra dark ๐Ÿ‘€
#nonbinary #pride #transgender

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