I wanted to make I post I could link too whenever someone asks me this~
Seriously. Even if I was hella in shape, really healthy, no one would be asking for health or work out tips from me if I was fat. Stop assuming because someone looks like what society deems as ‘healthy’ or ‘fit’ that they are, it’s a lie, they are try to sell you things and make you hate and judge strangers. Stop buying into it.
tall people: if we are walking together please take into consideration my tiny legs. i cant keep up with you. please think of my tiny legs i dont want to be jogging to keep up with your leisurely stroll you TITANS
notes found in the girls bathroom on my campus
There are places in Japan where they will NOT serve any forgeigners. Won’t even let them in the building. All these white people who have fantasies of going to Japan and living out their Geisha Otaku fantasies are in for a wake up call.
The President of Zimbabwe is trying to kick…
Let’s play a fun game called “we’re just friends but I’d fuck you if you asked”
"why are you so mean when it comes to men? what did they ever do to you?"
you want the whole list or just from this week
When you slowly start hating someone you were friends with.
Inspired by Louloria of MultipleMatch.com, who I did this interview with a while back: http://www.multiplematch.com/2013/12/interview-with-kimchi-cuddles-poly-awareness-through-comics
I very much did start out in the second panel, where I accepted polyamory as a requirement of being in a relationship with him, and was very much willing to give it a shot, but would have much preferred to be able to have a monogamous relationship.
There are definitely still some days when I wish I “didn’t have to deal with this”, but you know what? Those are days when I’m generally feeling down and depressed for totally unrelated reasons. It’s more my brain being upset and lashing out trying to find things in my life to blame. As a grow as a person, and really examine my life goals and my personal values, I’ve come to see polyamory not as a thing I need to “adapt” to, but as a normal part of my life; as something that pushes me to be better, and something I am grateful for.