Order in the chart is determined by time of first appearance in The Muppet Movie (1979). The quotes are all from The Muppet Movie, and exemplify the character’s archetype.
Example usage: I, MxRoo, am a Kermit sun, Scooter rising, with a Gonzo moon.
Statler/Waldorf – “I’ve seen detergents leave a better film than this.”
Kermit – “Someday we’ll find it, the rainbow connection. The lovers, the dreamers, and me.”
Fozzie – “Ah, a bear in his natural habitat. A Studebaker.”
Janice – “Jelly-belly gigglin’, dancin’ and a-wigglin’, Honey, that’s the way I am!”
Animal – “Beat drums! Beat drums!”
Scooter – “I’m the band’s road manager.”
Gonzo – “Sure, if you wanna do it the easy way.”
Sweetums – “Hey! Hey, where’re you goin’? Hey! Wait for me!”
Miss Piggy – “Thank you. Kissy-kissy.”
Rowlf – “I finish work, I go home, read a book, have a couple of beers, take myself for a walk and go to bed.”
Dr. Bunsen Honeydew – “Welcome to our laboratory. Please don’t touch anything.”
Beaker – “Meep.”
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UPDATE: Kate Bornstein isn’t perfect and I don’t agree with everything she says. AT the same time, she has done amazing work to help all sorts of people including a lot of trans women I know including me stay alive and understand our place in the world and I (and so…
Today, I am 30. I have figured out a few things in my life so far. I’m writing them down to share some of what I have learned.
I am queer; heterosexuality and normativity stopped even being an option for me years ago.
I am genderqueer; the gender binary system stopped being an option for me years ago.
I am trans, transgender, transsexual. They mean three separate things to me, and I am all three.
I am polyamorous; I do not work well trying to put my relationship expectations on just one person. I work very well with a large group of people, my lovers, their lovers, my ex-lovers, and our friends.
I like living in New York, with its piles of diversity on top of each other. I don’t like the militarism of my city, state, and federal governments.
My family is not just my biological relatives and my long term lovers. I have a large chosen family made up of members of my queer community. There are people I love, people I am there for as much as I am able. I will come whenever they call, and I am very very thankful for the love and support that my chosen family and community have given me.
The closest political ideology to my own that I have found so far is anarcho-feminism; succinctly, that hierarchy is bad, patriarchy particularly so. I like working in anarchistic collective groups, on the kind of projects that build a better world without anyone in charge. I have found, though, that I can also work in hierarchical groups, as long as there is good communication about expectations.
I have had mental health issues, mainly depression and anxiety. Most of the people I spend my life around have had some too. I have developed a toolbox of responses that have helped me, and I am glad to share them. I reject stigmatization, and I do my best to defend, without judgement, the autonomy of all individuals to choose the treatments they do or do not want.
There are many people who I have learned many of these lessons from. I consider them my mentors, regardless of their age, and in no uncertain terms I owe them my life. I would not have made it to 30 without them. I hope that in my 30’s I can be a mentor and share as widely what I have learned.❤
Laine and the lovely Ms Cleo
Heyyy, I know that Butch! :D
There is the Trans Day of Action:
Then the drag march:
I will be stage managing EVERYBOOTY TOO:
A bunch of queers are going to the queer beach:
There’s also the big corporate pride march:
What the Dragon Said: A Love Story
by Catherynne M. Valente