Fun story: How I Found Out I was Demisexual. Every time i started getting hot and heavy with some one about halfway through forplay i'd want to stop and cuddle and talk to them about their life story. Eventually I found out i was forcing myself into these situations based off how society was telling me they should go. But that i literally can't feel a sexual thing if i'm not already deeply romantically connected
i hope one day you find somebody who loves you and accepts you no matter how flawed you are just like you do with your favorite fictional character. i hope one day you find somebody who treats you as if you were their favorite fictional character
that is the sweetest thing i have ever read
Do you have any fucking idea what I do to my favorite fictional characters
Shout out to all the closeted LGBT people who have to return to unsafe family environments this season. Remember that there is nothing wrong with you and that no, you are not a hypocrite for loving the people who raised you despite the things they have done to hurt you. Above all remember that you will always have friends who support you even if your family does not.
Yesterday, two new comic books from the “New 52” relaunch of DC Comics provoked some online controversy: Catwoman and Red Hood and the Outlaws. They were controversial in particular because of the way they depicted women, notably with the aggressively fanfictiony…
This made me really sad to read. Mostly because this gal has a pretty solid point. :(
A transgender high schooler in Texas says his picture might be left out of his senior yearbook — all because he’s wearing a tuxedo.
Jeydon Loredo, a trans student, took his senior photo in a tuxedo like other guys typically do — but when school administrators found out about it, they told the photo studio to withhold the picture from the yearbook. Loredo appealed the decision to the school board with the help of HRC and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
“Please allow my community to remember me,” he said, “and to remember me the way I truly am, in the clothes that reflect me: Jeydon Laredo.”
The board met in a closed session over the matter and has yet to make a public statement about the decision on the yearbook photo.
“I’ve lived here my whole life, and I’ve grown up with the kids here,” Loredo said in a statement Wednesday. “I’ve seen those in my community go through troubles, and denying my tuxedo photo would be a way for the district to forget me and everything I’ve brought to this community. The yearbook is for the students, not the faculty or the administration. It is a way for us to remember each other.”