not really good but whatever

anonymous asked:

So I think I'm a lesbian, but I think my sexuality is pretty fluid. I'm kind of scared to come out as a lesbian because of it. I don't want people thinking I'm faking being a lesbian if I suddenly decide I'm bi or something

It can be super hard to figure out what your sexuality is. You’re not alone in this. But you’re not faking!! Believe me, it’s all good. Your journey is your journey and it doesn’t matter how many labels you use and whether you’re uncertain for a long time or questioning after years of identifying as something … you are always valid.
People shouldn’t be mean to you because of that. I hope you have/find friends who support you no matter what.

Maybe this post helps you a bit. This one is good, too.
The thing is, you can really identify as whatever you feel is right and okay for you at the moment, or not go by any label or switch labels a bunch of times.
When you want to acknowledge and pursue your attraction to men, then lesbian might not be the label for you. But it’s super hard to figure all of that out, so don’t be too hard on yourself :)

You got this!!


Day 3! An AU

Well I present to you Underfluff, an au where everyone seem like they’re going to kill you but they’re actually just big overcooked cinnamon rolls

sans uses big floof hug……. it’s supereffective


archer with a sword

More Space Australia headcannons

Okay so imagine humans being the only ones with hobbies? Other alien cultures might be diverse, but you kind of just do one thing with your life? The aliens find what they like and specialise in that particular field for the rest of their lives? Which by the way can span centuries.

Meanwhile, humans might work as garbage collectors but also be really good at music? Work as baristas but spend the rest of their time writing a novel or dreaming about acting? Or work three jobs so they can afford going to med school or law school? And maybe even play a sport fairly good on top of that, like tennis or rock climbing or whatever? Or be really good at building stuff or painting or do math or sing or play video games?

Imagine the human being bored in mess hall and start drawing their crew mates.

“Human Dana, I thought you were in charge of communication?”

“I am, why do you ask?”

“Human Dana, you are clearly pursuing the art of painting. Did something happen that made you want to change your life around? Do you need assistance?”

“Lay off, I’m just doodling.”

“Human Dana, I have never heard of anyone doing two careers at once. It is not safe!”

“Look, I always doodled, since I was a child, okay?”

“This is highly unusual!”

Dana catches the eye of another human waving in their direction.

“I have to go, me and Sam are going down to play basketball in the holodeck. Wanna come?”

The alien spluttered. There must have been some kind of mistake. Only engineers were allowed on this flight. Painters and athletes had no place there. And yet, Human Dana did their duties as part of the crew. There were no doubt they were an engineer.

The alien sighed. Their command had warned them that the humans were more than they seemed. They just hadn’t said how much more.


When you told me to contemplate the world, what did you expect me to picture in my mind? A map? Some floaty cosmic energy? You know what I actually did see? Katara, Sokka and Toph. I saw the Kyoishi Warriors, The White Lotus, the monks who raised me, and I saw Zuko. I don’t know how to “contemplate the world” without first thinking of the people I care about. Including Zuko.