by cm

One of my good friends just came out to her boyfriend about being ace. She was so worried about it, and she’s used to having to explain what asexuality even is, even before she can worry about getting acceptance for it. 

So she asked him if he knew what that meant, and he was like, “Oh, yeah! One of my favorite characters on TV is ace! (Todd, from BoJack Horseman) I get that,” and it just made her entire coming out to him so much easier and more accepting and she’s so much happier now.

Just. Like. Representation matters.

Reblog if you support one or all of the following:
  • Asexual people
  • Bisexual people
  • Cisgender people
  • Closeted people
  • Demisexual people
  • Drag queens and kings
  • Gay men
  • Gay women
  • Gender neutral people
  • Gender non-conforming people
  • Genderqueers
  • Intersex people
  • Out of the closet people
  • Omnisexual people
  • Pansexual people
  • Queer people
  • Those who are still questioning their sexualities
  • Transgender men
  • Transgender women
  • Transitioning people
  • PEOPLE IN GENERAL

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MICHELLE PFEIFFER IS JANET VAN DYNE