The ftm tag is gross now a days

So much anger and sadness

YOU ACT LIKE 6 YEAR OLDS OH MY GOD LOG OFF AND TELL YOUR PARENTS YOU ARE SORRY FOR BEING A DISAPPOINTMENT

truscummoreliketrashscum:

You’re literally shit posting about an entire movement you aren’t a part of and somehow we are ones trying to make everything about us?

And what binders do you think are best for

Flattening?

Swimming?

Tank tops?

So there’s a lot of anger and just downright immaturity in the truscum tag right now and I think you all need to see this picture of grumpy cat to cheer you up

blazinkitten:

heroinscarlet:

Archangel Michael and Archangel Gabriel

"st. michael the archangel, defend us in battle; be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. and do thou are friends of the heavenly host, by the devine power of god cast into hell satan and all the evil spirits who wander around the world seeking the ruin of souls. amen."

rtrixie:


How to become a Japanese Pop Star. 

thivus you know what to do

rtrixie:

How to become a Japanese Pop Star. 

thivus you know what to do

(Source: riffiee)

startswithabang:

Happy Perfect Number Day

"If you add up all the factors excluding itself and get a number that’s less than the original one you started with, we call that number deficient. All prime numbers are maximally deficient, since its only factors are 1 and itself, and all powers of two (4, 8, 16, 32, etc.) are minimally deficient, with their sums falling just 1 shy of being perfect.
On the other hand, you might add up all the factors of a number excluding itself and get a number that’s greater than the original number; those numbers are abundant. You might look at the table above and think abundant numbers are rare, but 18, 20, 24, 30, 36 and many more are abundant; they’re quite common as you start looking at larger and larger numbers.
But perfect numbers — what Euclid called “τέλειος ἀριθμός” — are rare! For over a thousand years, only four were known.”

You’ve heard of Pi Day and maybe Tau Day, but as far as math holidays go, those are just approximations. But today — June 28th — is special whether you write it 6/28 or 28/6, because 6 and 28 are the first two perfect numbers, and the only two perfect numbers you’ll find on a calendar in your lifetime. For an exact math holiday, try Perfect Number Day, going on right now!
startswithabang:

Happy Perfect Number Day

"If you add up all the factors excluding itself and get a number that’s less than the original one you started with, we call that number deficient. All prime numbers are maximally deficient, since its only factors are 1 and itself, and all powers of two (4, 8, 16, 32, etc.) are minimally deficient, with their sums falling just 1 shy of being perfect.
On the other hand, you might add up all the factors of a number excluding itself and get a number that’s greater than the original number; those numbers are abundant. You might look at the table above and think abundant numbers are rare, but 18, 20, 24, 30, 36 and many more are abundant; they’re quite common as you start looking at larger and larger numbers.
But perfect numbers — what Euclid called “τέλειος ἀριθμός” — are rare! For over a thousand years, only four were known.”

You’ve heard of Pi Day and maybe Tau Day, but as far as math holidays go, those are just approximations. But today — June 28th — is special whether you write it 6/28 or 28/6, because 6 and 28 are the first two perfect numbers, and the only two perfect numbers you’ll find on a calendar in your lifetime. For an exact math holiday, try Perfect Number Day, going on right now!
startswithabang:

Happy Perfect Number Day

"If you add up all the factors excluding itself and get a number that’s less than the original one you started with, we call that number deficient. All prime numbers are maximally deficient, since its only factors are 1 and itself, and all powers of two (4, 8, 16, 32, etc.) are minimally deficient, with their sums falling just 1 shy of being perfect.
On the other hand, you might add up all the factors of a number excluding itself and get a number that’s greater than the original number; those numbers are abundant. You might look at the table above and think abundant numbers are rare, but 18, 20, 24, 30, 36 and many more are abundant; they’re quite common as you start looking at larger and larger numbers.
But perfect numbers — what Euclid called “τέλειος ἀριθμός” — are rare! For over a thousand years, only four were known.”

You’ve heard of Pi Day and maybe Tau Day, but as far as math holidays go, those are just approximations. But today — June 28th — is special whether you write it 6/28 or 28/6, because 6 and 28 are the first two perfect numbers, and the only two perfect numbers you’ll find on a calendar in your lifetime. For an exact math holiday, try Perfect Number Day, going on right now!

startswithabang:

Happy Perfect Number Day

"If you add up all the factors excluding itself and get a number that’s less than the original one you started with, we call that number deficient. All prime numbers are maximally deficient, since its only factors are 1 and itself, and all powers of two (4, 8, 16, 32, etc.) are minimally deficient, with their sums falling just 1 shy of being perfect.

On the other hand, you might add up all the factors of a number excluding itself and get a number that’s greater than the original number; those numbers are abundant. You might look at the table above and think abundant numbers are rare, but 18, 20, 24, 30, 36 and many more are abundant; they’re quite common as you start looking at larger and larger numbers.

But perfect numbers — what Euclid called “τέλειος ἀριθμός” — are rare! For over a thousand years, only four were known.”

You’ve heard of Pi Day and maybe Tau Day, but as far as math holidays go, those are just approximations. But today — June 28th — is special whether you write it 6/28 or 28/6, because 6 and 28 are the first two perfect numbers, and the only two perfect numbers you’ll find on a calendar in your lifetime. For an exact math holiday, try Perfect Number Day, going on right now!

softcisphobia:

Never trust a truscum, push them to the ground and continue being 100% better than them.

Can’t even take a stroll through the ftm tag without seeing this complete and utter immature bullshit

(Source: emptieds)