October 21, 2014
there could be no other explanation for this, ever

there could be no other explanation for this, ever

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Filed under: post otherkin 
October 20, 2014
is there anything that isn’t transmisogynistic now?

is there anything that isn’t transmisogynistic now?

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Filed under: post trans* 
October 19, 2014
Submission:

an unironic trigger warning for bright colors

Submission:

an unironic trigger warning for bright colors

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Filed under: submission post triggers 
October 19, 2014
I will be out of town for the next week, so asks have been disabled. Sorry about that.

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Filed under: mod note 
October 18, 2014
Submission:

im so confused

me too

Submission:

im so confused

me too

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Filed under: submission post queer 
October 18, 2014
otherkins

otherkins

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Filed under: otherkin post 
October 18, 2014

spoopylawnduck said: are more likely to have a fling with someone more masculine but are more likely to marry someone with feminine features. lol this is if i remember correctly, and i might be confusing some of the points of the text.

i can completely believe that not everyone someone hooks up with is also considered marriage material. but i am very skeptical when people say that they are homosexual, for example, but would never date anyone of the same sex. 

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Filed under: ask 
October 18, 2014

spoopylawnduck said: noooot that i want to get involved in any sort but according to my development psych text book people pick who they are going to marry and who they would like to have a fling with differently. so not to directly support that other users, but there is validity (to some extent) in who you are sexually attracted to and who you would settle down with, though im not exactly sure how big that difference is. for example, (according to the text book) women (cont)

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October 18, 2014

milleboo said: I don't think there necessarily needs to be evidence...? You wouldn't make me sit down and give you evidence for the validity of homosexuality, would you? It's a (sensical, logical) identity. It's not hurting you, or the LGBT+ community, and it trivializes nothing. It's not like demisexuality or nounself pronouns or "choose ur gender" or any of that--it's not even a controversial topic or that divisive outside of cishet people, so I don't really understand why you're going after it.

i think it’s questionable, why can’t i express skepticism

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October 18, 2014

milleboo said: Hi! I know you're skeptical of the idea of different romantic/sexual orientations, but I just wanted to let you know that they're most likely a valid thing--the people we want in the bedroom can be different than the people we want to take on a date or spend our lives. It sounds like sexual immorality to some people, I'm not sure if that's your angle. As someone who experiences this, it took me a long time to understand and find my own sexuality so I understand the confusion! best wishes

and you say this with what evidence…?

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