anonymous said: Just so you know, you deserve all kinds of brilliant asks. – Because you are amazing. Thank you for your advocacy, rants, rambles and ALL THE THINGS. Thank you, Vesper. ( re: this ask ) ………… ;-; <33
anonymous said: you are an AMAZING inspiration I love what you do so much ??? ………i’ve had a browser tab open to this ask for a couple of days now not knowing what to say, but feeling like i ought to say something and acknowledge this incredibly kind message that you were nice enough to send me, but ahhhhhhhhhhh– i’m no good at processing and / or responding to compliments. i’m far from deserving of such kind words, but thank you. it’s an honor. <3
anonymous said: Just wanted to say I love watching your youtube videos. They are very interesting to listen to and very informative. Can’t wait to see more in the future! thank you for watching, anon, and for this incredibly kind message. it’s hard for me to see my videos as being anything more than me letting off steam / thinking aloud in front of a camera, so it’s flattering to hear someone describe them as informative. i look forward to making more videos in the future. 🙂
anonymous said: your blog is my absolute favorite and I just love you?? …this ask was sent two months ago, but i remember getting it after having had a pretty rough day. i’m horrible at accepting compliments, but this made me feel a little better. thanks anon. <3
anonymous said: TERFs are always gross to get attention from, but thank you for posting that so we all know what assholes to block. (re: this post) *shrugs* they’re similar to the porn bots that are common on Tumblr in more ways than one, honestly. one finds your post based on systematic keyword / tag searches and once one has latched onto a post, lots of others inevitably follow. i usually just block and (try to) ignore them as they come without saying or doing anything to give them the platform or audience that they want, but i was especially annoyed last night, so… definitely best to just block and ignore rather than engage in any way. probably should have contained my venting to Twitter, but oh well. at least someone found my venting useful.
anonymous said: I’m so sorry that terfs hijacked your post like that omg. I’m a big fan of Japanese culture and I want to visit one day and I had no idea that they had any sort of queer events since it seems pretty taboo in most Asian countries. Despite terfs soiling it, I actually learned something new so thank you so much! (re: this post) no problem, anon. no matter how taboo or even illegal it may be, there will always be queer people in any given country who do more than survive; they live their life and at times come together to support each other and enjoy each others company, just like anywhere else. it’s more a matter of how private or well-known such information happens to be and i’m more than happy to help if i can re: Japan.
inariedwards said: hi i just read your post on HuffPo and I just love it and it was lovely to see someone the same age as me to talk about being late to the non-binary thing like I was, y’know? 🙂 so anyway, this is just a hello and a thank you 🙂 have an excellent day (re: this post) hello and thanks both for reading the article and for the kind message. 🙂 indeed, it means a lot to me whenever i come across something written / made by someone my age or older pertaining to both their age and being non-binary. i wish i came across things like that more often… again, thanks for the message. have a great day yourself!
anonymous said: I just returned to tumblr after a rather long hiatus and I just came across a post of yours and remembered how awesome and fantastic you are, and felt the need to inform you that you are one of my favorite blogs <3 thanks for the kind words, anon. it was nice reading them, especially at the moment as i find myself increasingly uncomfortable and anxious existing on this site.
thekunstisme said: I’ve recently discovered you on here and on youtube and I’ve been watching your videos regarding nonbinary identity and I am so glad I did! I particularly relate to how you actively don’t identify as explicitly trans because of a lot of the same issues I have with it and honestly it is just comforting to know I’m not the only person who has issues with the idea “if you’re not cis you MUST be trans” yeaahh, i’ve felt very alone in that (not identifying as trans, annoyance with the trans / cis binary) for a long time. it’s only in recent years that it’s become more obvious to me that there are a lot of people who do not explicitly identify as trans even if they aren’t cis and the response that i got to the video that i made about the trans / cis binary was a…
unepetitecrise said: Been following you for a while but just got around to watching your vlogs on being non binary/or trans ect. I was similar…until I heard of non-binary I just felt a but lost? Non binary opened my world but even then it is hard to fit between the cis and trans world. I was one of those people, I am ashamed to say, who was very ‘don’t call me cis cause you can’t call me that’ and it came across as transphobic but I now realise it was bc no label fits. So important to see someone explain it. TY! (re: these vlogs [ 1 ] + [ 2 ]) thanks for watching and for the kind message. 🙂 it’s definitely a topic that i’d love to see more discussion about and awareness of. imho, there’s a significant number of people who are overlooked, silenced and / or…