- romanticises mental illness - incredibly triggering - no compelling story - boring main character - 9000 bike riding scenes honestly what the hell - main girl wrecks main guys life for no apparent reason - feels like a john green book, and not in a good way - just, Yikes
noah fence but why are dyadic ace-exclusionists talking about intersex people “not wanting to be lgbt” when we’re not a hivemind and it’s an intracommunity issue with intersex people ourselves, which is a WHOLE different issue separate from ace discourse
i consider myself lgbtqia+ for being intersex, if another intersex person disagrees then this is an intersex intracommunity issue, and an entirely different discourse that should solely be made up of intersex people.
dyadic/perisex/non-intersex people need to stop bring up intersex people into ace discourse. ESPECIALLY if you’re trying to speak for us “as a community”. we’re all individual people with our own ideas of what it means to be LGBT(QIA+).
and please, for the love of christ, stop saying “the intersex community has said they don’t want to be lgbt” because i don’t remember being invited to a fucking intersex meeting where we all unanimously agreed to remove the I from LGBTQIA+. this is an intracommunity issue that non-intersex people should not be involved in.
remember when the foxes first flew somewhere after neil found out about andrew’s fear of heights? just imagine andrew. he’s terrified and trying to play it off as always. meanwhile, his crush is sitting near him, watching and analysing his every move, and he’s very well aware of it. he can’t move a fraction of an inch without neil knowing. just imagine him walking calmly onto the plane and fidgeting with his pen while feeling the constant glances neil shoots his way. knowing what neil must be thinking when suddenly he goes still. just imagine being andrew and having somebody know and knowing that they know and aaahhhh