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Anonymous wrote:
"You like SPN and live in Seattle. You are perf. Come to seattle-spn's family reunion on the 18th."

Aww! Awesome! I’m sad that I will be in California that day though :( :( :(


Anonymous wrote:
"As a bi girl, you can get a lot of people doubting your identity. "Barsexual" and "bislut" are words I've heard a lot, and people just assuming that I'm a straight girl. Or on the other side (since I'm currently dating a woman), you've got people claiming that "you've finally picked a side". It's just really frustrating to either be treated as a straight girl or someone who's in denial. I guess I just wish my family and friends would just understand that I'm bi and that it's a valid identity."

I’m sorry for the delay in posting this! Work’s been cray. 

Thank you for responding! I’m sorry that you and so many others are so frequently delegitimized by other people. I have never been overtly biphobic in speech or action, but I know that in my mind I have been depriving you of your right to be your full self. That sucks. Thanks for sharing! 


School me!  

mightevenbeagoodone:

Hiya tumblr. I have some questions I hope you’ll help me with.

I’m a cisgendered white lesbian trying to learn about myself and my world. I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately (only came to realize my sexual identity two years ago) and discovered that I have a lot of problematic thought processes when it comes to bisexuality. I’m gonna call myself out on it: I have some internalized prejudices I didn’t even realize were lurking in my head, and I don’t like it at all. Really abhorrent shit like “how can a bisexual person be satisfied with one partner” and the sort of vague feeling that they’re somehow lesser entities in the queer community, and that if they choose a differently-gendered partner, they’ve “taken the easy route” or something. This is bullshit and I want to unlearn it.

So here’s where I’m hoping bisexual-identifying (or pan, too, I suppose!) folks can help me out. What are the ways that you like to be supported in your identity? When you feel attacked or invisible, what do your friends usually say in your defense? Or if they don’t, what would you like them to say? 

What are the craziest, most offensive things that have ever been said to you, and what did you do in response? Or what do you wish someone had been there to say if you were too upset to respond at the time?

Thank you to anyone who replies. I take this opportunity to apologize for any instances of biphobia or bi erasure I have caused or contributed to. Thanks for helping me be a better person. <3

I read this again and now realize I sound like I don’t think you can defend yourself. Or speak for yourself. Which is bi erasure too. GOD DAMN internalized aggression sucks. Halp.


School me!  

Hiya tumblr. I have some questions I hope you’ll help me with.

I’m a cisgendered white lesbian trying to learn about myself and my world. I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately (only came to realize my sexual identity two years ago) and discovered that I have a lot of problematic thought processes when it comes to bisexuality. I’m gonna call myself out on it: I have some internalized prejudices I didn’t even realize were lurking in my head, and I don’t like it at all. Really abhorrent shit like “how can a bisexual person be satisfied with one partner” and the sort of vague feeling that they’re somehow lesser entities in the queer community, and that if they choose a differently-gendered partner, they’ve “taken the easy route” or something. This is bullshit and I want to unlearn it.

So here’s where I’m hoping bisexual-identifying (or pan, too, I suppose!) folks can help me out. What are the ways that you like to be supported in your identity? When you feel attacked or invisible, what do your friends usually say in your defense? Or if they don’t, what would you like them to say? 

What are the craziest, most offensive things that have ever been said to you, and what did you do in response? Or what do you wish someone had been there to say if you were too upset to respond at the time?

Thank you to anyone who replies. I take this opportunity to apologize for any instances of biphobia or bi erasure I have caused or contributed to. Thanks for helping me be a better person. <3



tagged as: #harry potter #hp

tagged as: #seattle

i am a sex object

when i say sex she objects


missdontcare-x:

The cast of OITNB for People magazine.
"I’ve worked in bigger casts, but it’s always mostly men like on That ’70s show. So actually, working around all of these women, I was a little nervous. But seriously, they’re all so wonderful. There’s not one girl who’s like a diva.” - Laura Prepon

(via uhohmylesbianisshowing)


comic-chick:

wombattea:

sizvideos:

How to catch an emu - Video

LET ME TELL YOU A THING

THIS IS A LEGIT THING

THIS IS LITERALLY WHAT PEOPLE DO TO GET EMUS TO COME CLOSE

Apparently you lie on the ground on your back and move your arms and legs.

And the emus are very curious and come over like, “The fuck is that.”

And that’s literally what it is. They come over wondering what the fuck you’re doing

This might be my favorite piece of information I have ever learned.

(via sociopathslikecatstoo)



fatseux:

Diane Guerrero, Dascha Polanco, Laura Gomez & Jackie Cruz for Cosmopolitan Latinas (Summer 2014)

!!!!!

(Source: crazybitcharoundhere, via nonbinaryforestfairy)



Fuck Yeah Women of Color

pardon me, i need a moment to recover from this photoset

(Source: oberynthemartell, via gallifreyandeductions)


tagged as: #women of color #beauties

can we please stop dropping mics everywhere you guys

we’re making the sound techs cry


can we please stop dropping mics everywhere you guys? you’re making sound techs cry