stop forgetting to use punctuation it is really annoying when you type like this stop
mollun asked: When I first saw the term demisexual, it was in a character profile, and I seriously thought it meant being attracted to demi-gods.
There was an article on my local alternative newspaper criticizing a Japanese restaurant run by white people, saying that not being asked “Where is your family from?” was an example of white privilege.
But I’m Asian and I do it all the time. I know why someone might not like it, but I don’t do it because I don’t think the person is not “really” American. I do it because I think I might be able to connect with their background or start a conversation. And I’ve had immigrants ask me it too, probably for the same reasons.
I’m proud of my background and I love talking about it with people, although it can be annoying when people ask it so many times. But I think ethnicity is a big part of people’s background, and asking about it can help you understand it more.
I also don’t ask white people this question because I think most of the time they don’t connect with their heritage outside of the US as well.
I’m not denying that there is racism here in Nashville. But I don’t it’s good to apply such bad motivations to what could just be an innocuous question. Also, a lot of people who seem to complain about this question also complain about how other Americans don’t care to distinguish people by ethnicity and lump all Asian people together. But how are people supposed to learn if we’re supposed to close our months on this issue? People do need to be more sensitive about this question and learn how to phrase it a different way. But I don’t think the intent is so terrible.
micome asked: It's almost like someone would lie about a story to get attention on Tumblr
galehawthurne asked: The real question should be why they didn't ask the daughter what type of underwear to get
hicstreme asked: I identified as demisexual or pansexual for a hot second before I realized it was easier just to say "bisexual, but I don't want to have sex with someone I don't know intimately." but in a normal environment the second part goes without saying.
well that is true but don’t a lot of male crossdressers wear regular women’s panties/thongs? i’m not an expert on this though. or why couldn’t her daugher continue wearing her previous male underwear if it was necessary?
coolhongbeans asked: I've seen pictures of oceans and aquatic scenery tagged with hydrophobia, which I thought was a symptom of rabies. If you have rabies, you've probably got bigger problems than being offended by a painting of a lake on Tumblr!