@email@example.com I've struggled with several forms of self harm throughout the majority of my life and still battle the urges and old ways. I've found a desire to live. I made it almost TWO WHOLE YEARS without doing it so my relapse is
@pacifedsylveon13@pacifedsylveon13 As a type one diabetic I’ve always struggled with my self appearance and love. I’ve had this terminal illness for 16 years now, but I’ve learned to accept the challenges that come with it. Is life always easy? No.
I AM SO SORRY I HAVEN'T POSTED RECENTLY. ಥ╭╮ಥ I'M BACK NOW THOUGH, MY BABES 30 Days of Sub Challenge (Inspired by @subbykitten24 ) .°•~ Question 3: How long have you been a sub/little?
Answer: I have been owned by my current as of July 25th, 2019.
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Only a few days now before I can see my lovely Kitten again. I’m very excited and I would say she is as well, if not more. Anyways onto the good stuff. “On your knees fuck toy” I whispered in her ear, my hand slapping her a
@firstname.lastname@example.org As a trans man my body dysphoria effects my daily life heavily. I was supposed to start testosterone on the 17th of July but now my insurance is not helping, My height and curves make me look extremely feminine which cause
@maydencanada@maydencanada Growing up, I was always made fun of because I was overweight due to a medical condition. I still struggle with my body image, but, I’m slowly learning how to love myself for my flaws. Eating disorders are a lifelong strug