best parenting moment ever
The Fosters. Awesome show.
|4 weeks ago||163,004 notes||via: bisexualturkeyclubsandwich
Age, gender, height, eye and hair color, then tell me what your favorite something (hobby, class, music, etc) and what kind of date you want to take me on.
Ready? GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPLEASE PRETTY PLEASE DO THIS RIGHT NOW IM BORED
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE I DON’T WANNA SLEEP YET
ALSO PLEASE TELL ME WHERE YOU LIVE (COUNTRY/CITY) SO I KNOW SINCE I’M IN THE UK NOT US
come talk to me on my personal blog!
|4 weeks ago||460,301 notes||via: i-shouldnt-be-considered-normal
This is an important message on how privilege really works.
it’s good to remember that we shouldn’t only define ourselves by our marginalized identities. for example I am cis, I am middle class, I am educated, I speak English, I am a documented citizen—remember all of those identities you possess that give you privilege.
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This speaks volumes.
|4 weeks ago||9,480 notes||via: bisexualturkeyclubsandwich
With only 1% of people in the world being asexual(according to one study), it can be a bit difficult to find other people within the ace community during our daily lives. Not many people like to openly express their sexuality, especially in the day and age we currently live in. Because of this,…
|4 weeks ago||774 notes||via: anything-lgbt
This is my only criteria.
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Facing The Habbit - There are over two million heroin addicts in the United States alone.
In this documentary we follow Dave, a former millionaire stockbroker who has lost control of his heroin addiction, travel to Mexico for undergo an Ibogaine treatment as…
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I will write about the following, leave one in my ask box.
Dear person I hate,
Dear person I like,
Dear ex boyfriend,
Dear ex girlfriend,
Dear ex bestfriend,
Dear future me,
Dear past me,
Dear person I’m jealous of,
Dear person I had a crush on,
Dear [insert URL here],
|1 month ago||783,305 notes||via: loveisanopendooryo
I’m just going to address this quickly because I still get funny looks/questions/laughed at when I talk about wearing condoms, using condoms or buying condoms. Indeed, my spouse and I both have vaginas, but we use condoms regularly. The problem (and my frustration) is:
A. Not everyone uses condoms right now, especially people who don’t have penises
B. Some people without penises really need to use condoms
For some education on why you should use condoms, even if you don’t have a penis or don’t use a penis in sex:
The rate of HPV that’s spreading and how easily it’s spread is scary, and can lead to full-blown cancer. Someone in my family had pre-cancerous cells found in them and they still have to get regular check-ups to be screened for cancer in their cervix. There are also a ton of other STI’s that can be had from fluid contact (vagina to vagina included, or even from fingers, tongues, etc.) and shared toy use.
Also, a lot of common toys, especially dildos, are made from materials that can’t be sanitized effectively, so not only does that increase a risk of passing along STIs, but it also can lead to bacterial infections from the toys never being able to be truly cleaned, or other nasty reactions from non-medical-grade PVC or other materials that your body doesn’t like.
So, people who have vaginas or use toys: USE CONDOMS AND USE THEM EFFECTIVELY, as this comic demonstrates. Use them as dental dams, use them on your fingers, use them on your toys, use them for switching between vaginal and anal play, etc. etc. You can very literally save your, or someone else’s life, and I feel like the only time condoms are brought up is when there’s a penis involved. There’s no excuse not to be safe, and that includes not having a penis.
Reblogging again for the FANTASTIC information above. Condoms don’t just protect hetero couples from babies, they protect EVERYONE from STIs, bacteria, and infection no matter what you’re putting where!
|1 month ago||34,226 notes||via: fuckyeahlgbt