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I'm a 21 year old genderfluid, polyamorous panromantic grey-asexual RA. Preferred pronouns are xe/xem/xyr/xyrself

May post NSFW things on occasion.

If you need me to tag something just drop me a line and I will gladly and apologetically do so.

mortisbane:

prancingdancinglevi:

slay-kyojin:

ymirings:

horseboyqueerstein:

I didn’t know piano playing could be so violent 

this is brilliant jesus fuck

I have the biggest smile on my face. I just collapsed

holy fuck

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The “turnoff” “turnon” game. Ask me anything and I will answer if it is a turn off or turn on.

oniongentleman:

staceythinx:

The Midnight Planétarium watch was a collaboration between Van Cleef & Arpels and Christiaan van der Klaauw. The watch is made of 396 separate parts and features the six closest planets orbiting the sun in real time (Uranus and Neptune were left out because you probably won’t live long enough to see either one complete a full orbit).

Yes common sense, I will be taking out all that money in my bank account to buy a needlessly awesome watch.

To all the Tumblr users who tend to use tags very liberally:

thejadedkiwano:

Let’s play a game.

Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.

you

also

what

when

why

how

look

because

never

rude-url:

genalovestoons:

thatkindoffangirl:

eternal-floette:

How long until the 15 year olds take over this post with their garbage

I’ve stopped being 15 years old long enough that I have the privilege of occasionally saying something that is not garbage so let’s try to pull it off.

What you are trying to express with this comic is problematic. The idea that tumblr or more specifically social justice activist don’t know that these people exist is not only false (they do), but feeds into a shallow narrative of what social justice is and how it should relate to the individual.

As the name implies, social justice is social, the opposite of individual. As an individual you are entitled to your opinion. You have no problem being called faggot? You’re right. Want to try your bindi on your white friend that looks supercute in it? There is no social justice police going to stop you from that. But the moment in which you don’t recognize that no matter what your opinion is, and no matter what your feelings on these issues are these actions harm your group at a societal level, then you are wrong. Not as a matter of opinions anymore, but as a matter of facts.

Cultural appropriation (bindi/dreads), microaggressions (faggot/racial prejudice), lack of representation (transexuality awareness) and claims of “reverse sexism” are hurting minorities, no matter what anyone’s opinion on these issues is. Research out there that shows that all the problems you are tackling here harm at a societal level the same people you have depicted here as not affected by them at an individual one. 

As an example, I have OCD, and I really do not care about people who say things like “oh I’m so OCD”. I understand that they mean no harm to me, I understand that their ignorance is not their fault, and I understand that is just a word. I don’t care about all this. BUT when this illness keeps being trivialized as a character quirk a lot of bad shit happens at a societal level: people getting told they should just get over it, people who fit the diagnosis not recognizing that they have it because OCD is wrongly represented, people being denied accommodations for their disability because OCD is not so badand so on. Did this ever happen to me? No. It didn’t affect me as an individual (yet). But it does affect me society, and it is my duty as a member of a larger group to take a step back, to realize that not everyone is going to be as lucky as I am, and realize that my individual thoughts and experiences do not matter when other people out there are suffering from the results of that harmless ignorance I could easily ignore based on my individual experience. And after I’ve done that I need to call out that ignorance, because the moment in which I justify that ignorance on the base that as an individual, I am not affected by it is the moment in which I become the oppressor of the same minority I belong in.

Kudos to you for this excellent response. The distinction between individual issues and societal ones is really important.

Fuck the OP and anyone who thinks like them

genderqueerpositivity:

Remember: just because you identify as non-binary doesn’t mean you have to aspire to be read as androgynous or genderless.

These are the most NSFW asks I have ever seen. Obliterate me.
1. What tends to feel better for you, sex or masturbation?
2. Your 5 favorite spots to be stimulated.
3. Have you ever had your prostate stimulated?
4. Are handjobs boring, or underrated?
5. Do you like having your balls touched?
6. Do you like having your nipples touched?
7. Do you like having your anus touched?
8. Do you like mild roughness (scratching, spanking, hair-pulling, etc.)?
9. Are you into anything under the BDSM umbrella?
10. Do you ever masturbate in the shower?
11. Have you had sex in the shower?
12. Do you sleep partially/fully naked?
13. Are you comfortable being seen partially/fully naked by family or friends (i.e. getting dressed, etc.)?
14. Are you comfortable with partners seeing you nude in non-sexual contexts?
15. Do you have naked pictures/videos of yourself? If yes, have you sent them to anyone? Are they online?
16. How many sexual partners have you had?
17. How often do you masturbate?
18. What position do you typically masturbate in (laying on back, on stomach, sitting up, etc.)?
19. What kind of underwear do you normally wear?
20. How big is your penis?
21. Does your penis curve at all?
22. Are you circumcised or no? Are you happy with it?
23. Are you turned on or off by foreskin, or don't care?
24. What are you more into (or like more about yourself), boobs or butts?
25. Do you find genitals physically attractive, or weird/gross, or not feel strongly either way?
26. Do you like the way your genitals look?
27. Do you like your butt?
28. What do you do with your pubic hair (shave, trim, wax, nothing, etc.)?
29. Do you care/have a preference what partners do with their pubic hair?
30. Do you tuck your penis a certain way (i.e. left or right) when you get dressed?
31. What is the quickest you've ever brought yourself (or been brought) to orgasm?
32. Do you ever "edge" (repeatedly stop and start) when masturbating?
33. What's the longest masturbation session you've had? Longest sex session?
34. Spit or swallow?
35. When you ejaculate, do you more shoot or dribble?
36. Is it hot or gross to get ejaculated on?
37. Have you ever attempted (or succeeded) to give yourself oral?
38. Have you ever given/received a footjob?
39. Have you ever had sex in a public place?
40. Strangest/most unique place you've had sex? How about masturbated?
41. Are you particularly "vocal" when masturbating/having sex?
42. Have you ever been caught masturbating/having sex?
43. Have you had or do you want to have a threesome (or foursome, or more)?
44. Do you own any sex toys?
45. What are your favorite positions?
46. Your most embarrassing sexual experience?
47. Worst place/time you've ever gotten a boner?
48. Have you "sexted" (whether through text messaging or IM chat)?
49. Have you masturbated for or with someone via webcam?
50. Have you have phone sex?

2srooky:

2srooky:

trans rights are more important than doctor who, supernatural, and sherlock combined.

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holy shit holy shit holy shit holy shit holy shit holy shit holy shit holy shit.

thenonbinarysafespace:

Shoutout to DMAB nonbinary folks. You have less visibility, and you deserve so much more. Dress how you want, act how you want. It doesn’t make your gender identity any less valid.

veganshithead:

Can I just point out that by saying someone cannot be transgender if they experience no bodily dysphoria, you are equating gender to physical traits, which is exactly the reasoning that transphobes use to dismiss all transgender people in the first place?

Like… what?