In spirit of Halloween coming soon, I will draw anyone who reblogs this as a monster based on their blog!
i cant afford to go on T or buy new binders so
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hey what do you call yourself if you arent interested in having sex but you still experience arousal ??
ooooh. hm. it didnt sound like it was intended to imply that everyone thinks sex feels great, but?? yeah i think i kind of get it !!
things allosexual people need to stop doing:
- "sex is great, some people just don’t want to have it!"
- "everyone is sexy!!"
- virgin jokes
- "my ___ is ace and we have sex!! aces are normal too!!!"
things alloromantic people need to stop doing:
- "I hope one day you find your true love/someone who makes you wonder why you were ever alone!!"
- hating on queerplatonic relationships
- taking posts about aro people talking about getting married for tax benefits and saying “I’d do it!!!”
- literally anything about aro people talking about being qp with each other and trying to join in
- "asexuals can feel love just like anyone else!!"
things allosexual and alloromantic people need to stop doing:
- distancing yourself from other allos by going “allo people are awful umu I’m sorry!!”
- making cutesy nicknames for the word allo because you’re uncomfortable being referred to as allo
- talking over ace and/or aro people because “I have ace/aro friends!!”
I’m calling this crap out. How is this a fair standard to hold people to? Counselors are licensed professionals who spend years studying psychology, not kids online trying to maintain positive attitudes, often against REALLY difficult circumstances. How are sad teens supposed to know how to approach this kind of thing?
Maybe this is just a joke but it’s tiring watching grown-ass adults complain about kids trying to look out for each other. Cringe all you want but grow up about it and keep your petty grouchiness to yourselves
Friends who reblogged this - you can do better
We r off !
Sometimes I’m internally like “How is that a trigger?, ” then I realize other people have different life experiences from me, they don’t owe me their story, and I move the fuck on.
December 2nd, 1899. You have been hired to serve as the sole housekeeper and valet to the inordinately wealthy and very vain Lord Enoch Alderdice (portrayed by Norman Reedus). Upon moving into Lord Alderdice’s abode, you learn that there is more to it than meets the eye. The numerous self-portraits lining the corridors seem to stare at you as you walk by. They appear angrier and angrier every time you inspect them.
Before long, the paintings that you remember depicting Lord Alderdice have changed.
The subjects of the portraits are vanishing from their canvases - and they are after you.