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Children, College, and God: fakenasty instead-of-sighs: lookingforshadows: alice-rabbit: eyebrowgod eyebrowgod: a 90's kid? don't you mean sad adult? 70,000 people have reblogged this but no one is trying to defend themselves There is nothing to defend #1 read a post once that described 90s kids as the generation of nostalgia #because so much technological advancement happened in such a rapid timeframe when we were growing up #that we can clearly remember havin technologies that are now obsolete #like oing from a corded hugeass phone to a small computer in your pocket just within our formative years is a major thing #and it sparks a nostalgia for our seemly 'simpler childhoods #because so much rapid development makes it seem like it was a lot longer ago than it actually was (x This is the most solid explanation of our decade I have ever heard Oh my god Just to add onto that, our childhood wasn't even technology based. We grew up knowing of chalk skateboards, jump rope, street hockey, playgrounds butterfly collecting, etc. Slowly technology took over our lives and now there are hardly kids playing outside in the summer. We can clearly remember our childhood as it was and now we can see the clear line between it. We were the generation right smack in the middle of it all. Our parents were of non-tech and our children/young siblings will be all tech. Not to mention, ours was the last generation that grew up with all those bright promises of "work hard, go to college, and you'll have a successful life," only to find those hopes abruptly dashed when the housing bubble burst. Milliennials have grown up expecting that disappointment, because for them, the problem has been there since Day One So 90s kids aren't just nostalgic...we're BITTER. And we ache for those days when we could still think that the world was boundless and full of the opportunities we were promised since the first day of kindergarten. THIS IS BEYOND REAL This post brought me to tears This is the realest shit I've ever read about our generation and I'm tearing up 90s kids
Children, College, and God: fakenasty
 instead-of-sighs:
 lookingforshadows:
 alice-rabbit:
 eyebrowgod
 eyebrowgod:
 a 90's kid? don't you mean
 sad adult?
 70,000 people have reblogged
 this but no one is trying to
 defend themselves
 There is nothing to defend
 #1 read a post once that described 90s
 kids as the generation of
 nostalgia #because so much technological
 advancement happened in such a rapid
 timeframe when we were growing up #that
 we can clearly remember havin
 technologies that are now obsolete #like
 oing from a corded hugeass phone to a
 small computer in your pocket just within
 our formative years is a major thing #and it
 sparks a nostalgia for our seemly 'simpler
 childhoods #because so much rapid
 development makes it seem like it was a
 lot longer ago than it actually was (x
 This is the most solid explanation of our
 decade I have ever heard
 Oh my god
 Just to add onto that, our childhood wasn't even
 technology based. We grew up knowing of chalk
 skateboards, jump rope, street hockey, playgrounds
 butterfly collecting, etc. Slowly technology took over our
 lives and now there are hardly kids playing outside in the
 summer. We can clearly remember our childhood as it
 was and now we can see the clear line between it. We
 were the generation right smack in the middle of it all.
 Our parents were of non-tech and our children/young
 siblings will be all tech.
 Not to mention, ours was the last generation that grew up with
 all those bright promises of "work hard, go to college, and
 you'll have a successful life," only to find those hopes abruptly
 dashed when the housing bubble burst. Milliennials have
 grown up expecting that disappointment, because for them,
 the problem has been there since Day One
 So 90s kids aren't just nostalgic...we're BITTER. And we ache
 for those days when we could still think that the world was
 boundless and full of the opportunities we were promised
 since the first day of kindergarten.
 THIS IS BEYOND REAL
 This post brought me to tears
 This is the realest shit I've ever read about our generation and I'm tearing up
90s kids

90s kids

Children, College, and God: fakenasty instead-of-sighs: lookingforshadows: alice-rabbit: eyebrowgod eyebrowgod: a 90's kid? don't you mean sad adult? 70,000 people have reblogged this but no one is trying to defend themselves There is nothing to defend #1 read a post once that described 90s kids as the generation of nostalgia #because so much technological advancement happened in such a rapid timeframe when we were growing up #that we can clearly remember havin technologies that are now obsolete #like oing from a corded hugeass phone to a small computer in your pocket just within our formative years is a major thing #and it sparks a nostalgia for our seemly 'simpler childhoods #because so much rapid development makes it seem like it was a lot longer ago than it actually was (x This is the most solid explanation of our decade I have ever heard Oh my god Just to add onto that, our childhood wasn't even technology based. We grew up knowing of chalk skateboards, jump rope, street hockey, playgrounds butterfly collecting, etc. Slowly technology took over our lives and now there are hardly kids playing outside in the summer. We can clearly remember our childhood as it was and now we can see the clear line between it. We were the generation right smack in the middle of it all. Our parents were of non-tech and our children/young siblings will be all tech. Not to mention, ours was the last generation that grew up with all those bright promises of "work hard, go to college, and you'll have a successful life," only to find those hopes abruptly dashed when the housing bubble burst. Milliennials have grown up expecting that disappointment, because for them, the problem has been there since Day One So 90s kids aren't just nostalgic...we're BITTER. And we ache for those days when we could still think that the world was boundless and full of the opportunities we were promised since the first day of kindergarten. THIS IS BEYOND REAL This post brought me to tears This is the realest shit I've ever read about our generation and I'm tearing up 90s kids
Children, College, and God: fakenasty
 instead-of-sighs:
 lookingforshadows:
 alice-rabbit:
 eyebrowgod
 eyebrowgod:
 a 90's kid? don't you mean
 sad adult?
 70,000 people have reblogged
 this but no one is trying to
 defend themselves
 There is nothing to defend
 #1 read a post once that described 90s
 kids as the generation of
 nostalgia #because so much technological
 advancement happened in such a rapid
 timeframe when we were growing up #that
 we can clearly remember havin
 technologies that are now obsolete #like
 oing from a corded hugeass phone to a
 small computer in your pocket just within
 our formative years is a major thing #and it
 sparks a nostalgia for our seemly 'simpler
 childhoods #because so much rapid
 development makes it seem like it was a
 lot longer ago than it actually was (x
 This is the most solid explanation of our
 decade I have ever heard
 Oh my god
 Just to add onto that, our childhood wasn't even
 technology based. We grew up knowing of chalk
 skateboards, jump rope, street hockey, playgrounds
 butterfly collecting, etc. Slowly technology took over our
 lives and now there are hardly kids playing outside in the
 summer. We can clearly remember our childhood as it
 was and now we can see the clear line between it. We
 were the generation right smack in the middle of it all.
 Our parents were of non-tech and our children/young
 siblings will be all tech.
 Not to mention, ours was the last generation that grew up with
 all those bright promises of "work hard, go to college, and
 you'll have a successful life," only to find those hopes abruptly
 dashed when the housing bubble burst. Milliennials have
 grown up expecting that disappointment, because for them,
 the problem has been there since Day One
 So 90s kids aren't just nostalgic...we're BITTER. And we ache
 for those days when we could still think that the world was
 boundless and full of the opportunities we were promised
 since the first day of kindergarten.
 THIS IS BEYOND REAL
 This post brought me to tears
 This is the realest shit I've ever read about our generation and I'm tearing up
90s kids

90s kids

Bodies , Police, and Sex: Support trans rights with Charity Pot O LUS Be an Ally of trans-supportive groups like: Beliove everyone doserve the same rights, regardless of gender identity? Us too. Here's how you can help: INEAK oup LUSH to be a More than 80% O Transgender people of colon of murdered tran people in the U.S are trans women of color. trans, it intersects with other types of discrimination too. Based on r to the 2015 US. Transgender people of color and broader patterns of than white Tips for trans and non-binary allies to trans voices rd arn re the experts on hoir an ally n learin wt assume you can tellt Transgender and non-biary may not appear to be trans o Don't tolerate disrespect Whether it's hurtful language, remarks or jokes, call it out if it's inappro Seek out other allies iwe most het hvesvery who will upport you in this etfort. Be careful about disclosure and outing espect pronouns hared their gender identohy w y, dorit tell chers.Ne an invasion of prvacn can aso have that can be ntolerant of gender differencesss ust ask! Then use that pronoun Not sure which pronouns and encourage to correct it and move on someone uses? J others to do so. It's okay if you make a mistake-just be sure only wond w der-neutral language Be patient with those questioning their gender identity words and phrases are oten genderets unnessessaty, B Oing terms ssegenders and exclude people. Coee ng genteor inclusive language likehi tends or welcome tokstea everyday ke "hi guysor addressing a group with wecoeas and we A person who's questioning their gender as they find out what's best for them. being respectful of their names, pronouns and bodies. identity might shift back and forth Be kind and respectful-this includes emen gender Keep it appropriate Don't police public restrooms olks about their genitals, surgical status or sex res. Botom wouldn't ask a cisgender person, don't ask a trans person ethe Recognize that gender-variant people may not match the signs on restroom doors. If there are no all-gender bathrooms available, offer to accompan trans person to the bathroom in a buddy system, so they're less vulnerable. missjamiekaye: Y'all!! LUSH is doing a trans rights event with “How to Be a Trans Ally” information booklets, charity items and everything.
Bodies , Police, and Sex: Support
 trans rights
 with Charity Pot
 O LUS
 Be an Ally
 of trans-supportive groups like:
 Beliove everyone doserve
 the same rights, regardless
 of gender identity? Us too.
 Here's how you can help:
 INEAK
 oup
 LUSH
 to be a

 More than
 80%
 O Transgender
 people of
 colon
 of murdered tran
 people in the U.S
 are trans women
 of color.
 trans, it intersects with other types of discrimination
 too. Based on r
 to the 2015 US. Transgender
 people of color
 and broader patterns of
 than white

 Tips for trans
 and non-binary
 allies
 to trans voices
 rd arn
 re the experts on hoir
 an ally n learin wt
 assume you can tellt
 Transgender and non-biary
 may not appear to be trans o
 Don't tolerate disrespect
 Whether it's hurtful language, remarks or jokes, call it out if it's inappro
 Seek out other allies
 iwe most het hvesvery
 who will
 upport you in this etfort.
 Be careful about
 disclosure and outing
 espect pronouns
 hared their gender identohy w y, dorit tell chers.Ne
 an invasion of prvacn can aso have
 that can be ntolerant of gender differencesss
 ust ask! Then use that pronoun
 Not sure which pronouns
 and encourage
 to correct it and move on
 someone uses? J
 others to do so. It's okay if you make a mistake-just be sure
 only
 wond w
 der-neutral language
 Be patient with those questioning
 their gender identity
 words and phrases are oten genderets unnessessaty, B
 Oing terms ssegenders and exclude people. Coee ng
 genteor inclusive language likehi tends or welcome tokstea
 everyday
 ke "hi guysor addressing a group with wecoeas and
 we
 A person who's questioning their gender
 as they find out what's best for them.
 being respectful of their names, pronouns and bodies.
 identity might shift back and forth
 Be kind and respectful-this includes
 emen
 gender
 Keep it appropriate
 Don't police public restrooms
 olks about their genitals, surgical status or sex res. Botom
 wouldn't ask a cisgender person, don't ask a trans person ethe
 Recognize that gender-variant people may not match the signs on restroom
 doors. If there are no all-gender bathrooms available, offer to accompan
 trans person to the bathroom in a buddy system, so they're less vulnerable.
missjamiekaye:
Y'all!! LUSH is doing a trans rights event with “How to Be a Trans Ally” information booklets, charity items and everything.

missjamiekaye: Y'all!! LUSH is doing a trans rights event with “How to Be a Trans Ally” information booklets, charity items and everything.

Bodies , Police, and Sex: Support trans rights with Charity Pot O LUS Be an Ally of trans-supportive groups like: Beliove everyone doserve the same rights, regardless of gender identity? Us too. Here's how you can help: INEAK oup LUSH to be a More than 80% O Transgender people of colon of murdered tran people in the U.S are trans women of color. trans, it intersects with other types of discrimination too. Based on r to the 2015 US. Transgender people of color and broader patterns of than white Tips for trans and non-binary allies to trans voices rd arn re the experts on hoir an ally n learin wt assume you can tellt Transgender and non-biary may not appear to be trans o Don't tolerate disrespect Whether it's hurtful language, remarks or jokes, call it out if it's inappro Seek out other allies iwe most het hvesvery who will upport you in this etfort. Be careful about disclosure and outing espect pronouns hared their gender identohy w y, dorit tell chers.Ne an invasion of prvacn can aso have that can be ntolerant of gender differencesss ust ask! Then use that pronoun Not sure which pronouns and encourage to correct it and move on someone uses? J others to do so. It's okay if you make a mistake-just be sure only wond w der-neutral language Be patient with those questioning their gender identity words and phrases are oten genderets unnessessaty, B Oing terms ssegenders and exclude people. Coee ng genteor inclusive language likehi tends or welcome tokstea everyday ke "hi guysor addressing a group with wecoeas and we A person who's questioning their gender as they find out what's best for them. being respectful of their names, pronouns and bodies. identity might shift back and forth Be kind and respectful-this includes emen gender Keep it appropriate Don't police public restrooms olks about their genitals, surgical status or sex res. Botom wouldn't ask a cisgender person, don't ask a trans person ethe Recognize that gender-variant people may not match the signs on restroom doors. If there are no all-gender bathrooms available, offer to accompan trans person to the bathroom in a buddy system, so they're less vulnerable. missjamiekaye:Y'all!! LUSH is doing a trans rights event with “How to Be a Trans Ally” information booklets, charity items and everything.
Bodies , Police, and Sex: Support
 trans rights
 with Charity Pot
 O LUS
 Be an Ally
 of trans-supportive groups like:
 Beliove everyone doserve
 the same rights, regardless
 of gender identity? Us too.
 Here's how you can help:
 INEAK
 oup
 LUSH
 to be a

 More than
 80%
 O Transgender
 people of
 colon
 of murdered tran
 people in the U.S
 are trans women
 of color.
 trans, it intersects with other types of discrimination
 too. Based on r
 to the 2015 US. Transgender
 people of color
 and broader patterns of
 than white

 Tips for trans
 and non-binary
 allies
 to trans voices
 rd arn
 re the experts on hoir
 an ally n learin wt
 assume you can tellt
 Transgender and non-biary
 may not appear to be trans o
 Don't tolerate disrespect
 Whether it's hurtful language, remarks or jokes, call it out if it's inappro
 Seek out other allies
 iwe most het hvesvery
 who will
 upport you in this etfort.
 Be careful about
 disclosure and outing
 espect pronouns
 hared their gender identohy w y, dorit tell chers.Ne
 an invasion of prvacn can aso have
 that can be ntolerant of gender differencesss
 ust ask! Then use that pronoun
 Not sure which pronouns
 and encourage
 to correct it and move on
 someone uses? J
 others to do so. It's okay if you make a mistake-just be sure
 only
 wond w
 der-neutral language
 Be patient with those questioning
 their gender identity
 words and phrases are oten genderets unnessessaty, B
 Oing terms ssegenders and exclude people. Coee ng
 genteor inclusive language likehi tends or welcome tokstea
 everyday
 ke "hi guysor addressing a group with wecoeas and
 we
 A person who's questioning their gender
 as they find out what's best for them.
 being respectful of their names, pronouns and bodies.
 identity might shift back and forth
 Be kind and respectful-this includes
 emen
 gender
 Keep it appropriate
 Don't police public restrooms
 olks about their genitals, surgical status or sex res. Botom
 wouldn't ask a cisgender person, don't ask a trans person ethe
 Recognize that gender-variant people may not match the signs on restroom
 doors. If there are no all-gender bathrooms available, offer to accompan
 trans person to the bathroom in a buddy system, so they're less vulnerable.
missjamiekaye:Y'all!! LUSH is doing a trans rights event with “How to Be a Trans Ally” information booklets, charity items and everything.

missjamiekaye:Y'all!! LUSH is doing a trans rights event with “How to Be a Trans Ally” information booklets, charity items and everything.