#introduction hello, it's me! i'm a nonbinary artist and athlete. i draw unrecognizable things with markers. i make improvised music on a modular synthesizer. i create my own instruments. nice to meet you
i'm pretty comfortable in my clothes, and i feel like they're pretty andro in nature, but given my body it comes off really masc. just musing about how to play with that perception :)
i am amab. i do manual labor every day so i have a very athletic physique (broad shoulders and chest, narrow waist and hips) i'm oversensitive to clothing, i.e. i need to be able to squat, run, stretch and cycle in anything i wear.
rn everyday i wear slim jeans, a band tee, pullover hoodie, fleece vest if cold, hair in a bandana. canvas boots or birkenstocks.
given all that... how would you move that in a more androgynous/femme direction while keeping it extremely comfortable and practical? :)
Buy used, when you buy.
Repair things when you can.
Stop consuming media that was produced by billionaires and invest your time in open content.
Create open content.
Share the thing you've created with your friends.
Write a blog, instead of posting to facebook. Use mastodon instead of twitter.
Buy your food locally, and when it's in season.
December is a time for dark folk music. Here is a performance preparing for my first in person gig electronic gig I have in Edinburgh in a few weeks. Being my first ever electronic gig, I decided I would spend most of it playing an ancient folk instrument... https://youtu.be/UF6-b7mg2YM
queer creator and athlete at nonotuck on the connecticut river.
Revel in the marvels of the universe. We are a collective of forward-thinking individuals who strive to better ourselves and our surroundings through constant creation. We express ourselves through music, art, games, and writing. We also put great value in play. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.