1st guy

Who you're attracted to
  • Mars in Aries/1st house: Need a guy who's straightforward and headstrong
  • Mars in Taurus/2nd house: Need a guy who's traditionally masculine
  • Mars in Gemini/3rd house: Need a guy who can mentally simulate them
  • Mars in cancer/4th house: Need a guy who seems tough but is sensitive underneath
  • Mars in Leo/5th house: Need a guy who's bold, who can sweep you off your feet
  • Mars in Virgo/6th house: Need a simple guy with his shit together
  • Mars in Libra/7th house: Need a guy who's charming and aims to please
  • Mars in Scorpio/8th house: Need a guy with depth and is passionate
  • Mars in Sagittarius/9th house: Need a guy who can show you a good time
  • Mars in Capricorn/10th house: Need a guy who makes you feel secure
  • Mars in Aquarius/11th house: Need a guy who's different but never boring
  • Mars in Pisces/12th house: Need a guy who's compassionate with many layers
  • *for straight girls and (maybe) gay guys*



  • what she says: im fine
  • what she means: its september again and i still havent gotten a hogwarts letter and i know i shouldnt have my self esteem reliant upon a fictional school's fictional acceptance letter that i know rationally will never come but its such a worry anyway and i cant control this insatiable wish to go and

Fairy Tales; Rhodopis

A young girl was one day sold to a rich man of Ancient Egypt. He treated her well, naming her Rhodopis for her fair skin and rosy cheeks. Unlike the other slave girls, he kept her for companionship, and gave her shoes made from petals of the flowers of the Nile. The other girls were jealous of the favor shown on her. One day, the other girls cornered her on the Nile River while she was doing laundry. Taking one of her slippers, they threw it in the air. To their amazement a falcon swooped in and stole the slipper.

Later, flying over a festival the Pharaoh was attending, the falcon dropped the slipper in his lap. Seeing a sign of divine prophecy he declared the girl’s foot that fit the slipper would be his Great Royal Wife. Searching along the River for any girls foot that could fit, he came across Rhodopis crying for the gift she received. After so many girls, the Pharaoh finally found his future bride. Freeing her she became his wife and Queen of Egypt.