Karlie called dumb for seeking education is irritating enough. But there is an uglier truth. SOME PEOPLE ARE SAYING THAT KARLIE WILL SUCCEED OBTAINING HER DIPLOMA BY HAVING SEX WITH THE TEACHER. THIS IS SO DISGUSTING AND DISGRACING FOR WOMENHOOD AND FOR HUMANITY AS WELL.
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Side by side comparison of lyrics Trenton the lead singer of hands like houses wrote for me at warped tour. So in love with it. I knew from the moment I heard him sing this line that I wanted it on my body. @handsl
Hey, I’m Cathy and I want to share my story with you. I came out as aro ace around half a year ago. Before that I had two short-time relationships, I ended both and had to listen to my ex saying that I’m too cold and emotionless. Back then I couldn’t explain that I liked them but not the way they wanted me to.
So after I came out (only to some close friends) I thought this might be over, as well as the pressure to have a bf or crushes. But whenever I see someone who is aesthetically pretty/handsome and I state this fact I got to hear that I’m not a “pure” asexual since I seem to be attracted to someone else, which isn’t the case. I also like to flirt a lot, it’s fun and I always let the people know that I’m not really interested. They know I’m not. But still this gets used to tell me that I can’t really be aro if I flirt with others.
Eventhough I told my friends I’m aro ace, they want to define my sexuality and my romantic interests/affections by what they think my behaviour means. I really like them but I don’t talk to them anymore about it. Important is that I know I’m valid and real, and that’s okay with me.