not something i'd want for myself

someday i’d like to break into jj abram’s house and beat him over the head with a box. then when he asks me who i am and why i’m doing this, i’ll tell him it’s a fucking mystery and then beat him over the head again for the next two years or so

       go where YOU want to go; if you have more than one blog try not to stress about how many drafts you have. It may seem like the end of the world if you haven’t replied in a few days, but the truth is the world is still spinning. You should go where you want to go! if you’re not feeling a certain blog then log out and go onto one you’re feeling, or log off and do something else! don’t force yourself to be somewhere just out of obligation. RP is supposed to be a hobby, it’s supposed to be fun and if you’re not enjoying being on a blog then maybe you need a break. You do you, don’t worry about anybody else! your blogs are yours and nobody else’s and nobody can tell you where to be. Taking a break from one blog to spend time on another doesn’t make you a bad person and i think that we as muns and people need to realise that.


Super rough comic I did for class. How depressing is it that when I get assigned something ‘autobiographical’, dysphoria is the first thing to come to mind. Anyway, here’s me getting upset over something as innocuous as seeing a flat, bare chest.

  • Lance: Hey guys, if you could live anywhere in the universe, where would it be??
  • Shiro: I'm not sure I like the thought of settling down somewhere permanent... I would be fine living like this in the ship, travelling the universe helping people.
  • Lance: Wow,,, that is like a way deeper response to this question than I was expecting. I was thinking more like 'somewhere by the ocean' or 'a planet full of cute girls'
  • Keith: I'd live in a volcano.
  • Lance: What??? No. Keith. No one would ever want to live in a volcano.
  • Keith: I would. You said anywhere in the universe. I'll live in a volcano.
  • Lance: But.... That doesn't even make sense! It's so hot. You would literally melt!
  • Pidge: Well I'd like to live on a grassy, peaceful planet.
  • Lance: Hm
  • Pidge: What's so 'hm' about that???
  • Lance: Oh no, it's just, I thought you'd want to live somewhere really tech-y. Lots of computers and stuff like that
  • Pidge: Well maybe I'd want to take a break from all that once in a while; somewhere green and quiet...... And I mean, I'd take all my equipment with me too of course. I can take all my equipment with me right??
  • Hunk: Wait, does this mean we'd all be living on different planets??? Because I'd want to live on the same one as you guys.
  • Lance: Aw Hunk
  • Hunk: Because I could totally find a planet with a volcano-
  • Lance: Keith is not living in a volcano!
  • Hunk: -lots of grass, and like a space station for Shiro or something.
  • Lance: ........... Actually.... That kinda sounds like Earth doesn't it? I think... That's still where I'd pick to live.
  • Everyone: ...........
  • Lance: Doesn't hurt that it's got the best Italian food in the galaxy.
  • Everyone, collectively groaning: Uggghh
  • -------
  • Based on the now infamous Lion Quiz in the Voltron Guidebook
The Specter of Chad the Aro Fratboy

Note on the text: when I use Straight (with a capital S, I mean heteroromantic, heterosexual, cisgender, and perisex; straightness with the full power of heteronormativity)

Upon checking my tumblr activity feed earlier today, I found myself ungraciously reminded of a stock character aphobes use to try to exclude aromantic people from the LGBTQ+ community:

Chad the Aro Fratboy

I will explain how aphobes use this character, and how the assumptions behind him rely on aphobes’ using heteronormative assumptions.

Chad the Aro Fratboy, as used by aphobes, is assumed to be acting like any insensitive Straight man. Aphobes use him as a shorthand to say things like “including aros includes too many people” or “aromantic people are heartless assholes.” I’m sure they prefer that the recipients of such messages choose whichever one hurts them most.

Chad the Aro Fratboy, in aphobes’ use, likes to fuck women and not call the next day, and claims this makes him part of the LGBTQ+ community.

Why this is bullshit:

1) Let’s consider Chad A, a fratboy who doesn’t experience romantic attraction, but is sexually attracted to women. Because we live in a heteronormative society, he will most likely think he is straight. And because the straight guy who sleeps with women but doesn’t get romantically attached is a trope that exists in society entirely separately from aromanticism, Chad A may very well identify as straight all his life and never examine his orientation more closely. Chad A doesn’t identify with the LGBTQ+ community and so isn’t part of the LGBTQ+ community.

(Aside: Based on my experience, our society is so heteronormative, and Straight privilege is so strong, that it is far more likely for people to have thoughts and experiences that could quite logically lead them to consider themselves not Straight, but still define themselves as Straight, than for people who have thoughts and experiences that align with Straightness to look for ways to be considered LGBTQ+.)

Back to Chad A. Chad A, who, thanks to the third person omniscient viewpoint, we know as aromantic heterosexual, happens to be in an environment that leads him not to question his orientation at all. (This is today’s society. There is no widespread encouragement of questioning.) Chad A never identifies as anything but straight, doesn’t attempt to enter the LGBTQ+ community, and so what he could identify as if he questioned himself is a moot point.

2) Now let’s consider Chad B. Chad B has become familiar enough with LGBTQ+ terminology to know what aromanticism is, and based on his understanding of himself, has decided to self-identify as aromantic.

Aphobes who deny aromanticism exists will say that Chad B is doing this to have an excuse not to call women after having sex with them. However, this jerk behavior (not calling women back who want to be called back) is a well-known straight trope. Chad B using his aromanticism as an excuse—well, honestly, I find that laughable. Chad B identifying as aromantic is not the easiest excuse. If Chad B wanted to give the easiest excuse, he would fall back on the straight trope of men just not caring about the women they have sex with that much after having sex with them. Everyone knows how that trope goes because it’s 1,000,000 times more likely to show up in a movie than a self-identified aromantic character. If Chad B isn’t a jerk and communicates to his partners that he’s aromantic and doesn’t want this to be a romantic thing, he’s not making an excuse. He’s setting himself up to give a vocab lesson.


But maybe I’m attacking this issue from the wrong angle.

I mean, aromanticism is the absence of romantic attraction. That’s all. Aros are no less likely to form other forms of deep attachment than non-aros. Whether Chad A or Chad B is going to be a jerk isn’t really the center of all this.

The specter of Chad the Aro Fratboy relies on the heteronormative idea that Chad is heterosexual in addition to being aromantic, and the sexist assumption that there aren’t any women who would be glad to have a sexual but not romantic relationship. The truth is, if Chad identifies as aro, he could be heterosexual, but he could also be gay, bi, or pan. (I lived a block down from a frat once that had “we’ve got straight guys/we’ve got gay guys/we’ve got guys that swing both ways” included in the lyrics to their particular frat’s drinking song.) And if Chad is clear with his sexual partners about what he expects to develop from the encounter, as I think would be ideal no matter the orientations of any of those about to rock, then, well, what would be the complaint? That he told his sexual partners the truth and they didn’t believe him and that’s Chad’s fault for being aromantic? That chain of logic doesn’t haul anything unless you just hate Chad.

Chad the Aro Fratboy as an aphobe trope insults aromantic people by implying that they will be less clear in their expectations regarding a sexual encounter than non-aros.

Chad the Aro Fratboy as an aphobe trope insults aros by implying that those who identify as aro haven’t done a lot of thinking about their orientation.

Chad the Aro Fratboy as an aphobes trope reveals a disconnect from reality in the intercommunity conflict on aphobes’ part. Out in brickspace, no one’s claiming a LGBTQ+ identity to get into LGBTQ+ spaces. If Chad wanted to, idk, hit on all the poor bi and pan women at the campus LGBTQ+ club meeting, he wouldn’t have to give up his Straight privilege to do so. He could call himself an ally.

There are no real Chad the Aro Fratboys as aphobes try to hinder arospec inclusion with. The trope only serves to display aphobes’ nasty assumptions about aros.


daughter of Hades|punk|feminist|Slytherin aesthetic

She was the kind of girl who
could make you think your life was
not complete unless she was in it.
— Adi Alsaid 

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anonymous asked:

One thing I do not miss about working at the golden M burger place: Getting blamed when machines (ice cream, frozen coke, whatever) weren't working like I'd personally shat in it and broken it myself or something. Or people trying to pull the sympathy card for it. "I just went to a funeral for a child, and I just wanted an ice cream for some comfort food." okay, that's horrific, and I genuinely feel awful for you because I'm not heartless, but that doesn't make the machine magically work????


Fringe Rewatch: 77/∞

↳ 2.09 Snakehead

pppPpppPssSSSsssTT. I’m gonna reopen commissions today!

5pm est. be there.

anonymous asked:

So I wanted to try something new last night and decided that I'd try dry humping my pillow. My god it got me so wet just from a few minutes of going at it but i needed something more so I started fingering myself and playing with my clit when I remembered about the 100-1 challenge. So I started counting down and it was the hardest thing to do. I was so ready to cum by the time I reached 86. The whole experience was so intense and it lead to the most amazing orgasm after edging for 10 mins.

bluerassberrysoda  asked:

Jeffrey I know you probably get so many asks because you are lovely person but!! Help!! I'm aromantic and a guy asked me out and he's lovely and sweet and everything one would want but I just can't feel attracted to him! Which I know isn't wrong but I feel like if I dated him I'd either be cheating him out of something he deserves or setting myself up for failure because I just don't want to disappoint him. What should I dooo???

Talk. Open your mouth. Say something.
It’s risky. He might reject you or be upset or say something you don’t expect.
But, the risk of just dating him without saying anything is much bigger and a lot of tough things are coming if you go down that road.
Show you really care by being honest and upfront about what is and isn’t possible. Bring him into the decision. It affects his life too after all. 💛💛💛💛💛💛💛

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anonymous asked:

I love, love, love your sugar baby escapades. It's something I've wanted ever since I first watched Yacht Party, cause Jeremy makes a lot of comments about how he'd never be able to afford any of this while the others are just doing the richest, dumbest shit ever and it's great. Or should I say, class? But anyway, I'd like it if Geoff's yacht made an appearance, if that's okay. And I wish you much luck with your writing, can't wait to see what you do. <3

ffff, i finally got myself together. i hope you enjoy this, nonny.

When Jeremy was five, he often went to school hungry because there were three other foster kids at the house he lived in and money was tight. It was fine. Jeremy was small. He didn’t need much food.

When he was ten, he shoplifted for the first time. A hat to keep his head warm. Winter was approaching, and he didn’t like his foster parents, because  they weren’t the nicest people. He often spent hours outside, waiting for them to fall asleep so he could crawl back inside without a fuss. Or he would just sleep on the streets. He was small. No one noticed him.

When he was sixteen, he hotwired his first car because he was getting the fuck out of dodge and never looking back. There was a cut on his head that was bleeding. His foster father was quick, but Jeremy was just quick enough to get out and slip into the old man’s car. He drove as far he could on that tank of gas until he was forced to hitchhike and grift his way across the country.

That’s how he made it to Los Santos, a penniless orphan with zero skills in anything.

Fast forward nine years, and every once in a while, Jeremy will take a moment to step back and think about how he got here in the first place. He wouldn’t exactly say he’s filled with feelings of self-loathing, thinking he doesn’t deserve this. (Those issues were kissed out of him long ago.) But it does make him appreciate how well off he is. From penniless and starving on the streets to rolling in it and living in one of the most expensive penthouses in the city.

Whenever the Fakes get too hot in the city or they’re just bored, Geoff prepares the yacht. It’s the biggest fucking thing Jeremy has ever seen, fully staffed with a helicopter landing pad. It’s a nice getaway for a while.

He’s sitting on the pool deck, laid out on a lounge chair, watching Gavin, Ryan, Michael, and Geoff ensue in some sort of water wars in the pool. Both Michael and Ryan have Gavin and Geoff perched on their shoulders, each trying to topple the other into the water. It’s an idyllic scene that’s he capturing in his sketchbook, just something quick in lieu of an exercise.

Jack is laid outside him with a book open on her lap. She tilts down her sunglasses to look at the drawing. “You’ve gotten better,” she says. “I’m happy for you.”

They always say that to him. ‘I’m happy for you.’ ‘I’m proud of you.’ ‘You’re looking good, Lil J.’ Now more than ever. Especially since he entered the fine arts program. They’re happy for him because he’s finally doing something he’s always wanted to do. It’s not a necessity. Not in the way stealing food and lifting wallets were. This is something his soul wants, because he has an artist’s soul. And it’s nice knowing they all support him, that they all want to see him succeed.

And that makes him pretty damn happy.

“Looks like Jeremy had some fun under the sun with all the sugar daddies,” Rob says as he peaks through Jeremy’s sketchbook.

Tess and Paula look their fill as Jeremy abandons his coffee on the counter and leaps over a table to grab it from them.

“Fucking spoiled,” Paula mutters.

He sticks his tongue out at her.

Yo, don't hate me but--

I honestly think all the camp camp romantic ships are bad. I don’t like a single one of them. But I get that some of you do, which is great. I love that you can see something I don’t. But that being said, please don’t drop ships into my ask box for me to draw, because I really don’t want to

anonymous asked:

Here for advice. I'm not out to my parents, I'm 20 in school but just don't have the funds to live on my own yet. I want to start dating and put myself out there. Unfortunately my mom is religious and brining a girl home is a bad idea. Plus since I've been afraid of coming out I've never even kissed a girl or done anything sexual. I'm afraid I'd do something wrong or be embarrassed. Do you have any advice?

Well you can date people without your family figuring out just try not to bring it up. Make sure they don’t check you phone and stuff and don’t bring her home. You can come out when you decide to and when you think it’s right and don’t worry when you date lgbtq+ people understand that won’t shame you or treat you weirdly just have fun.