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When you see a hot girl for the first time and realise that you might not be as heterosexual as you first thought.

She's Like The Wind - Part Four

Summary: You have been blind for over 10 years. During the apocalypse, you use your utmost strength in order to survive while also fending off your mixed feelings for the big bad leader of your community, the Sanctuary.

Pairings: Negan x Blind Reader

Warnings: language.


It was safe to say that it had taken you a while to actually fall asleep that night. Your thoughts flooded with concerns over a vengeful David, Negan, and the upcoming day. You were both nervous and excited. It had taken a good few hours of lying still and wandering thoughts for you to finally drift off to sleep.

As soon as you woke up that morning, you immediately jumped out of bed. You rushed to change into a new set of clothes, and quickly untangled and brushed your hair. With a deep and calming breath, you muttered the phrase to yourself that had always comforted you. When you would come home crying, or simply felt downright hopeless, your mother always made you repeat this to yourself.

“I am brave. I am strong.” You spoke firmly and proudly. “I am worth it.”

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Always Yours

Pairing: Jumin Han / Mc (you)

Genre: Fluff 

Summary:  Jumin was always curious as to why Mc had chosen him, out of everyone in the RFA.


    “Why did you choose me,” Jumin’s sudden inquiry had startled Mc, seeing as they had been quietly cuddling on the couch for the past twenty minutes.

    “What,” Mc looked up at her husband in confusion.

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You looked at me the way I looked at you four years ago: with utter oblivious and blind adornment. I wanted to say that I had moved on and that this could not happen, but then you started moving towards me and that rush, that all too familiar and sickening rush, welcomed my skin back into its arms by sending chills all over my body. I was completely speechless and frozen in place, simply stuck in the path of your eyes.

You took a step forward and continued towards me in a torturously slow manner, making every nerve cell stand on edge, watching and waiting to see what you’d do next. You stopped when a foot stood between us, 12 inches filled with tension and potential so thick you could see it.

“You know,” your words shattered the silence and hitched my breath, “when we were apart for all of those years, I found myself searching for you in every woman I loved, or thought I did. You were my friend; you were my home.”

You moved your hand and trailed your fingers up my arm until they met my cheek, wet from the tear I’d accidentally let fall. By now I should have left you, let you endure an inkling of what I had for the last years of my life, but I was paralyzed by your voice, one that I’d forgotten until now, and undone by your sudden truth, something I never imagined hearing. I was in awe of your touch and how my skin missed it that much.

“Please, say something,” You pleaded in a whisper that sounded so sweet.

I looked down at your lips and remembered all of the times when mine were right there, wrapping around yours and tingling for more, all the while knowing that this could never work, but also feeling that it didn’t matter because if I had you, I had everything.

“We can’t do this again,” I barely spoke. My own voice startled me, alerting me to look back up to your eyes, which were watching my lips, probably going through the same sequence my mind just went through.

“I know,” you said while running your thumb over my bottom lip, “it was so nice seeing you after all this time, I guess muscle memory kicked in and I found myself here, in front of you, feeling every moment under my thumb.”

“I guess bad habits die hard,” I breath out, subtly biting at your thumb, leading your eyes back to mine.

“You were never a habit,” your eyes looked to the side and a smirk appeared in the corner of your mouth, and then, all at once, your eyes met mine, “you’ve only ever been my addiction.”

My inhibitions left me and before I knew it, my arms were around your neck and your hands were holding my hips and I had gotten lost in you once again, not knowing if this would be the last time or just another one for the books.

—  Excerpt from a book I’ll never write // For you, for when we meet again, for when I forget to breath.

Imagine, you’re a young girl. You get back from school one day and sit down to watch TV, there’s an advert for a show about an alien, who looks like a man who comes to Earth, explores the universe and saves people, a companion at his side. Every week you wait for Saturday evening, to find out what happens next. Wishing that one day, you’d be able to explore the stars with the doctor. Or, when you’re more grown up hoping that one day you might be able to play the part alongside him.

Every week you discuss the episode with your friends, and maybe even play Doctor Who between you. As a girl, you’re always the companion, and maybe you don’t mind because after all, who wouldn’t want to be Rose Tyler? Or Martha Jones? Donna, Amy, Clara or Bill? Because out of those women, each little girl can relate to one of them. But maybe that’s not enough for you, because you want to be the Doctor. You love the companions endlessly, but you want to be the decision maker, you want to save peoples lives. But, you’re not allowed to play the Doctor, because you’re a girl and he’s a boy.

Each Monday, you go to Cubs (a predominately male scout group) with your friends, most of the children present are males. One evening, you’re asked to bring in a presentation on your “hero”, fictional or real life. From the moment you’re asked you already know who’s in your head. You turn up, a slideshow on the Doctor. He’s your hero, he’s explored the universe, met billions of life forms and civilisations and sees the value in everyone. He isn’t perfect, he makes mistakes, he doesn’t always know the outcome of what he chooses, he doesn’t have to help but he always does. Imagine being so in awe of a character who is under the impression they are the last of their kind,  but refuses to give up. 

Each regeneration goes past, short, tall, long hair, dark hair and grey hair. All male, all with a female companion. The budget of the show gets bigger and the writing gets worse, and as you get older you become less attached. The companions become an enigma or a means to an end as if women can’t be exceptional on their own. You’ve become less interested and you promise to stop watching, but you can’t stop hoping that maybe it return to its former glory.

You’re all caught up on the episodes, but you don’t have the same fire for it as you used to, watching it is more “if you have time” rather than going out of your way to do so. The show isn’t for all ages anymore, it’s childish and simple. The Doctor seems to know the consequence to each action he makes. The Doctor isn’t your hero anymore.

Imagine, you’re no longer a little girl, you no longer wish to play the character of a centuries old alien exploring the stars and you’re not that fussed about where the story goes anymore. Imagine you’re sat on the bed at home, when your mum calls up the stairs that they’ve announced who will play the new Doctor. Imagine the surprise to hear “Jodie Whittaker” a woman’s name instead of a man. Imagine that little girl inside you who wished to be a companion of the Doctor, could now be the Doctor.

Imagine being a little girl and hearing that the Doctor doesn’t have to be a man, and be on the playground, and being able to choose, companion, Doctor, or even the Master. Imagine a story paving the way for representation, so little girls don’t have to be pushed aside when they want to play that role. Imagine little girls having a hero in the same way you did, but being able to see themselves represented in them. 

me: glad i found this blogging platform so i can blog about things i enjoy!
A Man: haha no sweetheart. i find you attractive, so i’m going to be as creepy as i can to you :)

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Fan Fiction gif Trailer: I’m not pregnant with Chuck Bass
Rating: T; Genre: Angst, Romance
LINK: I’m not pregnant with Chuck Bass
Locked in her cold bathroom, one winter morning, she was afraid to count how many days her period was late. December 18… to December 26. Eight days, she muttered under her breath.Eight days, she repeated. Her edginess grew every time she went to the bathroom to check if something has changed, as every symptom she had could be an alarm of her period coming, but they never were what she wanted them to be. After the Christmas holidays were over and she had to return to school, all the things remained the same. She was even touchier every time she heard about blood.She tried to think that it was just a normal late period like could happen to every woman she knew, and thought that her remedy could be getting back again with her boyfriend Nate, with whom she had broken up the very night she was possessed by Chuck Bass.

50 Crucial Questions Every Woman Needs To Ask Herself
  • 1. Are you living a life that you are content with?
  • 2. What, if anything, would you change your my life immediately if you could?
  • 3. Do you have a group of people who support you emotionally and mentally?
  • 4. Do you have at least one person in your life who will always give you the brutal honest truth about yourself?
  • 5. Have you accepted your childhood for what it was?
  • 6. Are you content with the relationships you have with your family?
  • 7. Have you come to see your parents as people with hopes, dreams, and flaws?
  • 8. Have you forgiven your parents for their mistakes?
  • 9. Do you think the little child you were would be proud of who you are today?
  • 10. Do you know how to reconcile your past?
  • 11. What is your relationship with your regrets?
  • 12. What do you want for your future?
  • 13. What is your outline or plan to get where you want to be in the future?
  • 14. Do you know how to live in the present?
  • 15. Are you happy with who you are as a person?
  • 16. Do you know your flaws?
  • 17. Do you acknowledge the best parts of yourself?
  • 18. Are you living the healthiest way possible in all areas of your life?
  • 19. Are you satisfied with the body you have, outside of cultural expectations for what you should look like?
  • 20. How do you define beauty?
  • 21. Do you know what your fundamental beliefs are?
  • 22. Are you comfortable with what you believe even in the presence of those who disagree?
  • 23. Does who you are as a person reflect those beliefs?
  • 24. Do you spend time with people who have different fundamental beliefs from yourself?
  • 25. Do you actually like and respect the people you spend time with?
  • 26. Do you know how to be alone?
  • 27. Are you happy with yourself regardless of what your relationship status is?
  • 28. Do you know what you are looking for in the person you want to be with/or are currently romantically involved with?
  • 29. What are you willing to compromise for someone, and what are you not willing to compromise?
  • 30. What do you want your love story to be?
  • 31. Do you give enough of yourself and what you have to those you love?
  • 32. Do you look for change as a way to try something new or to escape situations you don’t want to deal with?
  • 33. Is your living space and situation what you want it to be?
  • 34. Are you in the city or town that is right for your life currently?
  • 35. What is your relationship with money?
  • 36. Does how you spend your money reflect who you are or who you want to be?
  • 37. Am you overall satisfied with your job?
  • 38. Is the work you are doing currently a job or a career?
  • 39. Are you learning the skills and building the relationships you need?
  • 40. Do you know how to network in a way that is mutually beneficial?
  • 41. Do you give back to your community or the world at large in some shape or form?
  • 42. Do you care about large issues that affect society in general, and why or why not?
  • 43. What are some basic perceptions or principles you use to view the world?
  • 44. Do you believe you have a purpose on this earth?
  • 45. Do you see others as having a purpose on this earth?
  • 46. How do you accept your losses and wins?
  • 47. Are you stuck?
  • 48. What can you control and what can you let go of?
  • 49. Are you grateful?
  • 50. Are you open to life? TC mark
  • modified from Kovie Biakolo
  • source: http://thoughtcatalog.com/kovie-biakolo/2015/02/50-crucial-questions-every-woman-needs-to-ask-herself-before-she-turns-25/

145. We are not allowed to hire a singing group to follow Professor McGonagall around.

She did not like that. - PP

She rarely likes anything we do. Or any gifts we give her. - SB

I don’t know why. We’re always so thoughtful. - JP

Yes, having a group of not so great professional singers following you around everywhere is exactly what every woman wants. - RL

See? Thoughtful. - JP

Exactly. - SB

seriously people, if you want to change a straight character into a bisexual character er whatever that’s cool

but you become a huge fucking asshole when you take a gay/lesbian character and try to recreate them as bisexual

PYGMALION

PYGMALION WAS A GREAT BIG BAG OF DICKS WHO THOUGHT EVERY WOMAN AROUND WAS A COMPLETE WHORE AND NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR  A FUCKER LIKE HIM. UNSURPRISINGLY, HE WAS SERIOUSLY FUCKING SINGLE. WHEN HE WASN’T BEING A DICK ABOUT WOMEN, HE WAS SCULPTING SHIT.

ONE DAY PYGMALION CARVED A HOT ASS STATUE OF A SEXY LADY. THIS SHIT-WEASEL LOVED HOW HIS STATUE DIDN’T EXPRESS OPINIONS, RUN AWAY FROM HIM IN DISGUST OR BE A SLUT. HIS PERFECT FUCKING WOMAN. HE FELL COMPLETELY IN LOVE WITH HER AND BROUGHT HER SHITTY LITTLE STONES AS PRESENTS AND THEN STARTED TO DO SEXY THINGS WITH THE STATUE [SIDE NOTE: REAL-LIFE  PRAXITELES’ APHRODITE OF KNIDOS SUPPOSEDLY HAD CUM STAINS ON HER BUTT FROM PEOPLE TRYING TO FUCK THE FUCKING STATUE].

EVENTUALLY PYGMALION PLUCKED UP THE COURAGE TO AWKWARDLY ASK TO GODS TO GIVE HIM A GIRL AS AWESOME AS HIS STATUE. APHRODITE FELT SORRY FOR THIS FEDORA-WEARING LOSER, AND AS HE AND HIS STATUE WERE MAKING OUT, APHRODITE TURNED HER INTO A REAL GIRL. THEY ENDED UP WITH KIDS AND A FUCKED UP MARRIAGE DYNAMIC. PYMALION’S A DICK BASICALLY.

How To Find Out if a Girl Is Gay (part 2 )

Here is part 2 of this article I found on internet.

Step 5

Short nails! Well, this step is not “mandatory,” because not all gay women have short nails! As I said before, there are many lipstick lesbians who enjoy wearing makeup, high heels, getting their nails done…and many other “girly girl” things! So if you’re interested in a woman who has beautiful red nails, calm down, ok? Don’t panic: She won’t be straight just because of her nails! But the thing is: Many gay women have short nails because they prefer them! Why? Simple answer: Sex! It’s way more safe and comfortable for your girlfriend/partner if you have your nails cut! They certainly won’t hurt anyone and the risk of infections and other things (if you’re not wearing a condom - which I don’t recommend) also tend to get smaller…but what you really need to know is: Not all lesbians have short nails, but MANY of them do! So if the girl you’re interested in shows some other “gay signs” and she also has short nails, that’s a very good sign!

Step 6

The way she touches you (and other women). That’s a difficult step cause it’s not that clear to see…but if you stop and notice, you will certainly understand what I’m talking about. Straight women touch each other like friends or sisters. They usually have some kind of intimacy between them that they would never have with a man friend (for example). And, well, gay women don’t treat each other like that, so there’s a strong difference between “straight women touch” and “lesbian touch.” If you’re gay, then you will probably understand what I’m talking about and that kind of thing is easy to notice in the daily routine or even in her way of talking to you (and other women). Just pay attention and I’m sure you will figure it out!

Step 7

Use your intuition! Sometimes there are no clear “gay signs,” the girl is completely girly and it’s difficult to tell if she’s gay or not. But you can feel something in the air and there’s this sexual tension between you and her. Then my suggestion is: Use your intuition! There’s nothing better than our intuition. Nothing works better than that! If you feel the vibe there, chances are it is!

As I said, not all the rules work for every woman and we can’t generalize it…I believe these tips only help you but they can’t decide for you if you’re going to try something or not. Sometimes the signs are all against you, but if your intuition is telling you to go for it, then what I have to say is: GO! Don’t wait and don’t doubt, just take a risk! She might be straight the same way she might be gay and the only REAL way of finding out is trying! Especially because even if she’s straight, she might want to try a new experience maybe…or even if she never thought about it, you can make that happen! It’s good to remember that every gay woman has already thought she was straight at one point. So don’t panic and understand that all these tips can help you, but can’t decide for you. If you really, really want it, just go for it, girl! Take a risk and go for it!

anonymous asked:

I love Michael dearly, but he was kind of an asshole when it came to women. I feel like he was such a huge tease and led women on all the time, flirting with them and shit. Then when they would try and have something with him he would distant himself from them and if they got angry he would try and pin himself as the victim. He was kind of a misogynist, it's like he thought every woman was a "Dirty Diana" out to get him. I just think he was a huge player.

Oh god lmao. How do I answer this?

In the back of my mind I always thought that the views MJ had on women were Misogynistic but I’ve only ever talked about a few of them. He had so many problematic views on women that I think more than half the female MJ fans ignore or don’t think is a problem :-/ And quite simply, a lot of them are simply too young to understand how something like that could be problematic.

Like I see a lot of them calling women like Tatiana and Ola “crazy” and “thirsty” and I’m just over here like “but… Michael didn’t exactly help anything leading them on”. I understand that at times, women and men can mistake someone’s niceness for flirting but Michael really was flirting and doing a lot more than that. It seems as if he was playing the innocent victim and I’m just like “Mike… you’re leading these women on, what do you expect?”.

Also sometimes - and I know many might disagree with me - but it seemed as if Michael was one of those “friendzone” guys. Those guys that feel that if he befriends a woman, she’ll get with him/sleep with him. Like Brooke for instance. I know before he even met Brooke he had a thing for her but he should’ve appreciated the fact that she simply even wanted to be his friend. Just because he wanted to get with and marry her (and I roll my eyes at the marriage thing when it comes to her) doesn’t mean she was obligated to do the same for him. She loved him and supported them (when they were friends) as a friend and he should’ve appreciated that. Ugh so many things man, lmao. And don’t get me started on the whole “Dirty Diana” thing… Sometimes he would always talk about women as if they were these seductive, money grubbing wenches and that in itself is problematic. And he put women like Diana Ross and Princess Diana on a pedestal when even Princess Diana wasn’t like the picture of grace and perfection that Michael thought she was. And with Diana Ross, I don’t know why he got mad at her getting married. I’m just like Michael was she supposed to just marry you just because you put her on a pedestal? Just because you guys may have flirted and possibly fooled around? I don’t think so. And anyway, that’s not even really a relationship if you think about it…How can you have an equal partners relationship if you think your partner is some untouchable goddess that you need to worship? Then when shit hits the fan in such a relationship, you’ll be way too surprised and hurt (which he was lmao).

I also have a huge problem with fans supporting and defending MJ’s misogyny. Like I hear fans all the time say “omg is she stupid?? Why didn’t she marry this beautiful man? She’s so stupid for not marrying him” and I’m like girl….

Michael is everything but dammit, these women were not obligated to get with him! He may have been the biggest superstar in the world but even then he can’t get everything he wants. If the tables were turned and this was some other dude who wasn’t Michael, all these fans who come to his defense about these things would pen him as a misogynist asshole. But like I said, some female MJ fans don’t seem to understand how problematic misogyny is and how they seem to be in support of it when they support the many problematic opinions that Michael had on women. Not every woman wants your money. Not every woman wants to sleep with you. Not every woman wants to marry you. Psychologically speaking, I think a lot of his misogyny stems from things he observed as a child in the business with his father, brothers and various men he looked up to in the business but he needed to grow out of those views to be honest. I don’t think he ever did (just listen to his other problematic views on women in the Schmuley tapes… and that was when he was in his 40s for god’s sake).

There comes a point where some of these MJ fans need to stop viewing him from the picture-perfect, ideal man glasses they have on all the time and accept and realize that Michael was not perfect - especially when it came to what he thought about women. And one more thing, I find it laughable some of his views about women like when he said woman who whine about breaking a nail or some shit. Boy, don’t even get me started, there are many times where Michael acted like such a diva about his hair and makeup, yet he wants to turn that around as a problem he sees in women.

Let it be known that I love Michael to death and I think he was a beautiful person inside and out but even I know and realize that he should’ve kept some of his views on women to himself lmao. ‘Cause umm.. some of those opinions weren’t cute they were actually sort of childish. *shrugs*

anonymous asked:

There is a lot of chat about how "you're not like other girls" is an insult. I personally think this is taking it too far. How about we look at it as appreciating the unique and individual talents of a person compared to another, and not automatically assume it to be a degrading sweeping statement about every woman? Just a thought!

I think “you’re not like other girl” is problimatic for a few reasons. 1) It begins with the basic assumption that all girls are alike and this one girl is different and special, thus saying that other girls are not special. 2) It perpetuates the idea that women are in competition with each other, it makes us think “I need to be different, I need to be better, so that people will like me more” and we should be standing toghether and supporting one another. These are just thoughts that run through my mind when I hear that phrase, and the point is that they make women see each other as competition which holds us all back. Thanks for sharing!

-The Daily Feminist 

How To Find Out if a Girl Is Gay (part 2)

Step 5

Short nails! Well, this step is not “mandatory,” because not all gay women have short nails! As I said before, there are many lipstick lesbians who enjoy wearing makeup, high heels, getting their nails done…and many other “girly girl” things! So if you’re interested in a woman who has beautiful red nails, calm down, ok? Don’t panic: She won’t be straight just because of her nails! But the thing is: Many gay women have short nails because they prefer them! Why? Simple answer: Sex! It’s way more safe and comfortable for your girlfriend/partner if you have your nails cut! They certainly won’t hurt anyone and the risk of infections and other things (if you’re not wearing a condom - which I don’t recommend) also tend to get smaller…but what you really need to know is: Not all lesbians have short nails, but MANY of them do! So if the girl you’re interested in shows some other “gay signs” and she also has short nails, that’s a very good sign!

Step 6

The way she touches you (and other women). That’s a difficult step cause it’s not that clear to see…but if you stop and notice, you will certainly understand what I’m talking about. Straight women touch each other like friends or sisters. They usually have some kind of intimacy between them that they would never have with a man friend (for example). And, well, gay women don’t treat each other like that, so there’s a strong difference between “straight women touch” and “lesbian touch.” If you’re gay, then you will probably understand what I’m talking about and that kind of thing is easy to notice in the daily routine or even in her way of talking to you (and other women). Just pay attention and I’m sure you will figure it out!

Step 7

Use your intuition! Sometimes there are no clear “gay signs,” the girl is completely girly and it’s difficult to tell if she’s gay or not. But you can feel something in the air and there’s this sexual tension between you and her. Then my suggestion is: Use your intuition! There’s nothing better than our intuition. Nothing works better than that! If you feel the vibe there, chances are it is!

As I said, not all the rules work for every woman and we can’t generalize it…I believe these tips only help you but they can’t decide for you if you’re going to try something or not. Sometimes the signs are all against you, but if your intuition is telling you to go for it, then what I have to say is: GO! Don’t wait and don’t doubt, just take a risk! She might be straight the same way she might be gay and the only REAL way of finding out is trying! Especially because even if she’s straight, she might want to try a new experience maybe…or even if she never thought about it, you can make that happen! It’s good to remember that every gay woman has already thought she was straight at one point. So don’t panic and understand that all these tips can help you, but can’t decide for you. If you really, really want it, just go for it, girl! Take a risk and go for it!