I have never reblogged something so fast in my life
it’s exactly what you think it is
how many of us, as children, have had creeping thoughts of “i think i have a crush on somebody of my own gender” or “i wish i were another gender” and dismissed them so swiftly and so effectively because those ideas were unnatural and unconscionable that they never had the chance to grow into our identities? how many more of us, when finally told from childhood that queerness is a real and good option, will be queer and will love it?
Note to self:
Don’t work on any large writing projects during PMS. You are bound to hate everything.
Another A+ 10/10 answer! You gals are good! Rude people and liars… YEP. Nailed it!
And I can only hope that last random fact comes true! ;D
Damn! You know too much~ >;D
Bonus points for mention of suited/bloody men and fashion. Totally laughing at the fact that you mentioned food… I can’t deny it, it’s true.
Especially when I PMS. I’m actually eating right now .
And thank you for the sweet Talbot compliment! Awwh. *~* I’d never toot my own horn on the matter but I guess that’s a 10/10!
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Finally, some decent pictures of my Nick (Left 4 Dead 2) cosplay! Man, I’ve had this costume for years but have barely worn it. Major thanks to Donald Hustón and Amanda Martin for taking these pictures for me. It is so damned good to look at some of them.
(like the one by the door OMG LOOK AT THE ONE BY THE DOOR)
LOOK AT THIS HOTTIE~ You’re such an awesome Nick and these pix turned out great! One day we’ll totally do a L4D pix together, hopefully when the weather doesn’t threaten to melt us.
indigosignora replied to your post: “indigosignora replied to your post: “[[MO just reading up on fifty…”:so many women out there think that that guy is someone DESIRABLE and that their kind of relationship is super hot and kinky and amazing. ugh. just no.
I remember some women from work talking about it a few years back and one of them was honestly considering leaving her husband because she said their sex life was too boring and she wanted it to be more like fifty shades of grey and i just… ???
I’m sure there’s much better, healthier stuff out there to read if you want stuff like that.
I hate to jump in… but I have A LOT of thoughts on the matter. Firstly, getting it out of my system and saying that Fifty Shades is a piece of trash. It’s nothing but abuse that presents itself as “erotica”… and it’s in no way a reflection of how a real S&M, sub-dom relationship should work. Key word relationship.
I don’t see anything wrong with somebody wanting a more exciting, desirable sex life…in that woman’s case, that’s human nature, and people have needs that require being met more than others. However, when you’re already in a committed relationship like that, there is something called communication. If she wanted to do more kinky stuff, she should have went ahead and brought it up to her spouse. If it works out, it works out. If it doesn’t, then they can start planning other courses of action… (and of course, I have no idea what their relationship was like to begin with, so I have no opinion on what course of action was best). But yeah, using a piece of shit novel that portrays a terribly unhealthy relationship to determine whether you should leave your IRL husband is not the way to go about it.
It really disturbs me that so many young girls (who, let’s face it, are already probably pretty messed up due to the wonderful ways of today’s society) are reading this garbage and aspiring to find something like that. On the flip side, I would never condone young women basing their relationship expectations on Disney movie standards, but in this case, I say hell, let them dream of prince charming and not some nasty sleazebag.
I mean… there’s absolutely nothing wrong with being into kinky stuff (I mean seriously, kinky stuff is fucking amazing), but that book is NOT a healthy representation of it. At all.
It should all be safe and consensual, based on trust and communication. And love, when it’s applicable. Love comes first. Then the kinks. ♥
Unless you’re paying for it, in which that is an entirely different matter.
those moments when straight people assume you’re one of them and you feel like a gay secret agent
it’s an ace case