this is huge and i won't apologize

anonymous asked:

I've had someone tell me "Demisexual is just 'normal,' most people won't have sex until they actually know someone," and I just ??? It's been a huge hump for me to get over that thinking that it kinda made me requestion everything about how my sexuality works. It was an incredibly invalidating moment and I'm still trying to process it. (The person apologized but they're the type to joke about sensitive topics so i just don't socialize with them much)

People who say this don’t understand how demisexuality works… “Normal” people (whatever that means) feel sexual attraction, but want to wait to have sex until they get to know the person, but demisexuals don’t feel sexual attraction to begin with (ie: they are closer to asexuals) until they get to know the person.

anonymous asked:

You ARE a huge bitch,as soon as someone has a different opinion then you they're immediately Satan

okay since that’s the topic we are discussing I am going to guess this is about the whole… white people?

But like No, I ain’t going to guess, bc like grandpa said “if you guess you’ll always be wrong even if you are right”, I need to know what kind of “different opinions” we are talking about.

Because I try to be really open minded but junk like “white people are not oppressed” is not an “opinion” is a fact, and junk like “white people should stop being racist” is not an opinion either, its goddamn common sense and straight up being a decent human being.

Opinion is liking/disliking… for example, a movie, in which I try to not mess with people for, as much as I hate it. I really need to be on the same page to know if I am doing wrong or right honey and this super vague anons are mixing me and I bet a few others on what’s the focus and what’s happening

A letter from a not so stranger | Ch. 06

AU:Karma Ashcroft has everything. She’s popular, never misses a party, and is always up to date with fashion thanks to her friend Shane. She’s a straight A student and has a perfect attendence record. She’s head of the cheerleaders with her co-captain and best friend Lauren. Her life seems perfect, other than Lauren’s who has to cope with her stepsister Amy. She is the school’s troublemaker with her best friend Liam. One day Karma receives a mysterious love letter from someone who knows a bit too much about her life.

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I’m really just disappointed in Manny Pacquiao.

I thought that he was great for being able to be a boxer like he wanted to. He had his whole country stay at home watching every fight he ever fought. He prayed to God like he always does and I always thought that it was good that he kept to his faith, because I could never keep to mine.

It would’ve been fine if he just said “I don’t support same-sex marriages”, but to compare them to animals is just plain wrong. The backlash wouldn’t have been this huge. But he’s still an ass for it, especially now that he’s a public figure who influences more than he could imagine.

He’s a politician now, who’s supposed to help people and gays are people too. To have this belief as a politician isn’t right. He couldn’t even see why it’s wrong and uses the bible as justification. It’s all just disappointing.