Meaning behind the title: “my skin is not my own” is a phrase said by Leto Atreides II in the book Dune. Due to my habit of scratching my skin ragged and my dysphoria that comes with being trans* – I identify with this phrase a lot.
Orientation: Panromantic greygynoace (I love everyone romantically, I’ve very rarely attracted to femininity sexually. Most of the time I’m asexual. Labels are much more fun when you adapt them for yourself.
Occupation: Student/Writer/Aspiring propmaker
Aspirations: Finish my degree in film studies, become a set designer and/or propmaker, become a writer, overcome all of my mental illnesses, be happy.
Mental illnesses I have: (Diagnosed) Trichotillomania, Generalised Anxiety Disorder (unsure about this), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bulimia. (Undiagnosed but working on getting a diagnosis for) Borderling Personality Disorder.
Random Fun Facts:
I’m a vegetarian.
I’m currently studying film studies, soon to graduate. I’m super passionate about films also.
I love cats but I’m allergic. I own three. Yep, still allergic.
I draw. A lot. My OCs, my surroundings, tattoo designs even though I have no tattoos, scarification designs etc etc.
Film is Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas
Book is the A Song of Fire and Ice Series
TV show is … either Breaking Bad or Game of thrones. I DON’T KNOW.
- Mental health
- My experiences (mostly this one)
- Body positive. Period.
- Trans/transgender/gender-variant/non-binary supportive
- A safe space for all sexualities, genders, bodies, and individuals.
Be nice or fuck off.