Picking your name is a big deal and can seem like a daunting task at times. The best piece of advice I think I could give you is pick a name that really fits you. This is what you’re going to go by for the rest of your life and it has to feel good to you. If you want you could make a list of names you like/are important to you in some way wether it’s a family name or someone who inspired you or whatever it may be. You can try out those different names and see which one you like best and ask the people around you (friends, family, or even tumblr) which ones they like as well for some more opinions on the topic. It’s a very strange feeling to get to pick your name and I hope you end up figuring it out and enjoy it as you slowly start to grow into your name. Sending good vibes your way. Have a fantastic day :)
Spanish is a beautiful language. You don’t say “I love you” in Spanish, you say “yo quiero comer culo” which translates to “you are the light of my life” which I think is one of the most beautiful things to say to someone
bahaha dumb asses lol That doesn’t mean you are the light of my life, it means I want to eat your ass. Idiots. haha
Stand where you are, look around, and list whatever liquidy thing is closest to you. This is now your fanfic lube.
GO THROUGH THE TAGS ON THIS POST OH MY GOD.
Does baby wipes count?…
…cranberry slushie? Ew.
Pillsbury Creamy Supreme Orangesicle frosting
god help us one and all
Tension Tamer tea… That sounds like a boner kill.
Gallium as lube? I guess it would work?
Hi Erik! That’s a mighty cool name by the way. My little brother’s name is Eric with a ‘c’ but similar haha. Anyways, I am wondering if you have confronted your friends and family about this issue yet or if you are asking me this before talking to them. If you have confronted them about it, do you know if they are deliberately using the wrong name and pronouns because they’re upset about you transitioning or is it accidental? If it is indeed accidental, from my experience, they often won’t even realize they are slipping up in certain circumstances. For instance, my friends and family would slip up all the time, especially when talking about things in the past tense and they wouldn’t even realize they were doing it until I confronted them with it and told them I would like them to try and switch to male pronouns and my real name. It’s a tough thing for them to do so try and be as gentle and polite about the subject because they wouldn’t want to deliberately make you upset, and trust me, I know how upsetting it gets. Being pre-everything I think makes it exceptionally difficult for some people because, despite the fact that you see yourself as a male, sadly the rest of society may not see things in that light as soon as you open your mouth. If and when you decide to begin taking testosterone and you begin to experience more physical changes, people will often start making the transition over to all male pronouns and using your name a lot quicker because it clicks better in their minds. I know that is frustrating but the process of everyone switching over will happen a lot quicker at that point but until then, just give it time because although the process may be slow, you are breaking through to them and they just need to be given the time to adjust after calling you by another name and different pronouns for your entire life up until now. It’s a difficult thing for everyone involved but try not to be too harsh, I assure you, if it is accidental, they are trying but everyone is human and we all make mistakes. I wish you well on your journey Erik and I hope this helped.