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laye-z:

THIS GETS ME EVERY SINGLE FUCKING TIME

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oprahsmom:

reblog if you want a thigh gap like this 

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Re-blog if you’re accepting anonymous asks from anyone about anything

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wsswatson:

a bi/pan person marrying someone does not indicate a preference for that gender, it indicates a preference for that PERSON

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skellyscoo:

When the beat of a song is good, but the lyrics are trash:

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Anonymous: I dunno if I should be IDing as Asexual because while I haven't experienced sexual attraction(as far as I can tell) I'm worried if I do I'm betraying the label type thing?

life-of-an-asexual:

okay i’m just gonna say this right now: there is no such thing as “betraying the label”. a label is not finite, a label is not sacred, a label is not a permanent fixture whose definitions we must force ourselves to abide

labels are a tool that we use to describe ourselves at our discretion. labels are meant to describe our experiences, not the other way around. labels are not meant to place limits on our experiences

labels are not going to perfectly describe every little detail of our experience of sexuality. human sexuality is vast and fluid and diverse and unpredictable. you do not have to feel guilty for exploring your identity. you do not have to feel guilty if your sexuality changes. you do not have to feel guilty if you need to pick a new label

if you happen to feel sexual attraction someday, it is not “betraying the label”. if you happen to feel sexual attraction maybe once or twice, it is not “betraying the label”. you have chosen a label that describes what you feel right now and what you have felt thus far in your life, and that is completely valid; you don’t have to worry about defining what you might feel in the future, or if what you feel in the future doesn’t “match" your label

if you feel you are asexual, then you can call yourself asexual. you don’t have to worry about if it might change in the future, and you don’t have worry about policing your experiences so that they always fit the definition. be ace and be proud

~Mod Q

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