you know it’s sad. i’ve known i was gay since i was 12/14 but i never fully accepted it til i was like 19/20 bc i treid to hide and say i was asexual but most ppl knew i just liked girls.. and then around 24/25 i’ve become confident in my sexuality
idk like i knew i was gay when i was 19/20 but i was still hoping that i would magically turn out to be bisexual and i could find a man to fall in love with lol
but i realized thats just not going to happen
idk its sad and not fair us gays dont get the normal dating experience and a lot of the times we go through it when we’re in our 20s
idk i was like the only lesbian i knew in high school in my grade. there were like 2 others that i knew off at the school but we didnt get along or talk
it’s so lonely and isolating which is ofc why i turn to online relationships/friendships
It was obvious when you first started dating Jeongguk he wasn’t normal. Even though he tried hard to hide it he couldn’t. His canine teeth were sharper than normal, for your first date with him he didn’t show his teeth when he smiled. At first you thought it was because he didn’t really like you, but soon he asked you on another date, then another and another. Every time another guy tried moves on you he’d growl in a way. Finally he asked you if you wanted a real relationship with him. You said yes of course.
Two months after you and him began dating he finally told you why he had such a weird behavior. Turned out, your boyfriend was a werewolf. You were surprised, but only because you thought they were fictional beings. That’s the belief anyways. The world of vampires, werewolves, fairies, ect. didn’t exist. All were just tales parents told their kids or made into movies and books, not real. Right?
Well, that went down the drain fast. Here you were sitting on your couch with your boyfriend, who happened to be a werewolf. He was more of an animagus, but depending on what tale you go off of that makes him a werewolf. He was currently in wolf form sleeping sprawled out. You looked at him and smiled.
“He’s like two companions in one~” You beamed. His ears perked up and he lifted his head and looked at you. Your face flushed pink as you stared at him. He jumped off the couch and headed to your room. You tilted your head to the side as his tail disappeared into the door frame. A few minutes later a fully clothed, human, Jeongguk walked out and back to the couch picking you up and sitting back down with you in his lap.
“But I’m sure you like this form better. Right?” He smirked.
“Well I can kiss this one so I’ll have to say yes!” You giggled and pecked his lips.
“I’m glad.” His head perked up and he looked to the door. “Visitor.”
Not even a second later a knock at the door echoed in your home. You rolled your eyes and stood up walking over to the door and answering it. A pizza guy stood awkwardly at the door. “Uh I have an order for Jeon Jeongguk?” You turned around and rested your hands on your hips and raised a brow at him. You were shocked to see him back in dog form so you quickly looked around.
“Uh yeah, He probably went to the bathroom.” You pulled out some money and payed the man and took the pizza box. Shutting the door you looked at Jeonguuk who’s tail was wagging fast and he looked pleased, as pleased as a dog could look.
“Jeongguk that wasn’t funny!” You scolded him and set the box on the coffee table. He barked at you and his ears perked up. He ran into the kitchen and came back out, back to normal, with cups of soda.
“Sorry Jagiya!” He begins, handing you a cup, “Forgive me?” He gave you a cute smile, showing off his teeth and sat down.
“I can’t tell if your a wolf or a bunny!” You laughed at him. His face fell into a shocked expression and reigned offence.
“I am a wild wolf Jagi! A beast among man!” He protested.
“Yeah well ‘Beast’ You owe me $10 for that pizza you ordered and made me pay for.” You announced. He laughed at you rubbing the back of his neck sheepishly.
“Sorry Jagiya. Let’s eat then I’ll get you that money.” He opened the box and grabbed a piece and bites into it.
“You have such an unfair dog’s advantage!” You grabbed a piece as well and started eating rolling your eyes and Jeongguk who just laughed.
“Yet you still love me from my head to my tail!” He cheered and eat more. You wouldn’t deny it. You loved the cheesy dork..Who just happened to have cheese hanging from his mouth.
(1/3) “I was nineteen. She was sixteen. Our dates were normally on Sunday. We didn’t do much of anything. We were conservative. I was a farmer. We weren’t those swinging type people. But every date was a little more cuddly. Then she took me to her senior prom. It was just ten miles from here—in Richmond. I was the only one there without a tuxedo. All those city folks didn’t know what to make of me. I can’t tell you when we fell in love. I can’t even tell you when I asked her to marry me. It was just natural. I think we were just sitting in the car and I gave her the ring. I don’t have many big moments to share. We were simple people. They were all happy days.”
15 year-olds are not children. They are not adults, but they are not infants. They are teenagers. Teenagers date. Most people start dating before they are 18. Dating is normal and does not equal sex. Before you start harassing OtaYuri shippers, consider the following:
Otabek is 2,5 years older than Yuri
Becoming 18 is not some sort of magic transition. Otabek might legally be an adult, but it’s not the same thing as, say, a 30 year old.
Shipping Yurio does not equal sexualizing him.
15 year olds are not fucking toddlers why do you love binarizing things so much jfc
Blacklist the ship if you don’t like it or if it makes you uncomfortable
Unfollow people if you need
Stop sending death threats to people on the internet that makes you a shitty person
Sincerely tired of discourse,
P/S: If I get one more anon hate ask because of this shit, I’m going to fuckin spam my blog with this ship idc how many followers I lose.
this is not love- the unhealthy and unhappy relationships of musical theatre
the party goes with you - 35mm: a musical exhibition // the right girl - follies // the guilty ones - spring awakening // the great compromise - bloody bloody andrew jackson // the little things you do together - company // poor monty - a gentleman’s guide to love and murder // this is not love - lizzie // maybe i like it this way - the wild party // what is it about her? - the wild party // in love with you - first date // you belong to me - murder ballad // ever after - bare: a pop opera // dividing day - the light in the piazza // could i leave you? - follies // the ladies who lunch - company // we do not belong together - sunday in the park with george // why stay? / a promise - next to normal // nobody needs to know - the last five years // the i love you song - the 25th annual putnam county spelling bee //
Freelance worker lives in huge, gorgeous house/apartment in expensive area despite never seeming to be working
Characters work 8-5 office job with hour-long commute, but go to bed no earlier than midnight and get up in time for morning sex and long, leisurely cooked breakfasts every day
Do these characters even have jobs?
Single parent has way more communication with child’s teacher than is normal; leads to dating; administration somehow has no problem with this.
“I know I could never afford this mansion, but it’s OK I inherited it. No, paying property taxes isn’t difficult on my salary. I don’t even know how much the place is worth. Are property taxes a thing?”
There are two levels of cooking skills: gourmet food every time no recipe, and sets pot of boiling water on fire somehow. No one is ever in between these two skill sets. People on each level always end up dating each other.
Despite the gourmet meals described needing like seven pots to cook, no one ever does dishes.
Character shares a bottle of wine with their date (2 and half glasses each), and they both get falling-down drunk.
Later, one of them drinks an entire bottle of whiskey by themselves and does not die.
“You know, I went out on a normal amount of dates in my early 20s, and I got absolutely slaughtered for it. And it took a lot of hard work and altering my decision-making. I didn’t date for two and a half years. Should I have had to do that? No.”