Varric: So… You and Hawke?
Fenris: What about us?
Varric: I wanna make sure I get the details right when I tell this story. Did he sweep you off your feet? I’m assuming he did the sweeping - he’s taller than you. Awkward otherwise.
Fenris: I’m not telling you anything but this: there was no actual sweeping involved.
Varric: Every little bit helps, Elf.
I’m always looking foward to see some complex meta at the end of every gifset
the concept of pansexuality is honestly really transphobic when you look at it critically
As someone who identifies as genderqueer and pansexual, I define the term as being sexually and romantically attracted to someone while generally experiencing a sense of indifference towards their gender or biological sex. On the other hand, I also feel a strong intellectual, emotional, and physical attraction to people who do not conform to a binary gender, such as someone who identifies as gender fluid, bigender, intergender, etc. The term pansexual can be made to sound transphobic and offensive when it is defined as being attracted to ‘all genders’, in which case transgender is considered a third gender outside of the binary. However, this definition is flawed and has been misconstrued because transgender does in fact fit within the gender binary. In actuality, ‘all genders’ refers to the gender identities outside of the binary, because pansexuality rejects the concept of gender being limited to a binary. To me, being pansexual and non-binary go hand in hand. I feel an immediate attraction and a sense of camaraderie towards someone else who is also non-binary.