so it’s okay to not be okay. you’re allowed to have days where you don’t feel like smiling, talking to anyone, or even leaving your bed. you’re getting better which can take a lot out of you. nobody is expecting you to be happy all the time. recovery isn’t linear. it will take time. but as long as you know that you’re getting better no matter the rate and eventually your good days will outweigh the bad, that’s what’s important. it’ll be okay.
You deserve someone who will love you. Someone who will make love to you with the lights on. Someone who thinks you look like an oil painting. Someone who loves every freckle, roll, stretch mark, or scar because it’s part of y-o-u and they love you. All of you. As an entity. Not because of your sense of humor or the way you look. You deserve someone who loves you without a ‘because’ added at the end to qualify it. There’s no need to qualify it: you deserve it.
anyways while like its important to dismantle the common bi stereotypes (like the fact that we sleep around, or we’re into threesomes, or we’re always 50/50) its also important to not erase the bi people who do all of those things
some bi people like casual sex. some bi people like threesomes. some bi people don’t have a preference for a specific gender. some bi people don’t want to settle down. some bi people are poly. and none of them should be made to feel bad for any of that, or like they’re giving the bi community a bad name by “perpetuating stereotypes”
biphobia, bi erasure, and harmful bi stereotypes are never our fault
some cool things you can try: credit the artist. don’t steal someone’s art. don’t delete the artist’s caption/description of their work. don’t put self-promo on someone’s art. ask for permission to copy/use the artist’s work. these are all easy and fun things you can do !
whispers hey remember that flash where dave played some hauntingly sick beats? i’m just here to remind you that if you press all the corner buttons, you get some magical secret buttons that play two songs. two very special songs.
To give credit where absolutely credit is due, it is our esteemed writer Ben Edlund who in the writers’ room pitched this idea when we were talking about it way back when, he said, ‘Well what if all demons were once human?’ That was an idea we latched on to immediately, and it just makes you look at it in a new way.