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opportunity(they/them)
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post stormy sky says gay rights



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babushka(he/she, он/она/)
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ask game

ok-computer

(post taken from cruxius on tumblr)

Without looking at my bio, guess these things about me based on how you percieve me:

-age

-gender

-zodiac sign

-romantic status

-favorite genre of music

-hobbies

-introverted or extroverted

-favorite season

(you don't have to do all of them!)

(Feel free to reblog!!!)



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babushka(he/she, он/она/)
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cosmicaces(they/them, fae/faer)
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Majo no Takkyuubin (1989)




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posted this
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Romantic Ambivalence Survey

Hi all, here is a survey (not made by me) for "people without romantic orientations, people who identify to any degree with wtfromanticism or quoiromanticism, and people who struggle with the concept of romance, romantic orientation, or romantic attraction."


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cosmicaces(they/them, fae/faer)
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babushka(he/she, он/она/)
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babushka(he/she, он/она/)
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aes

05.11.19 ✨ coney island, new york

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violet-fae

I hope all religious LGBT+ folk have a good day and remember that their relationship with their deity/deities is their own and not open to interpretation from intolerant people.


violet-fae

Reminder that the Split Attraction Model, or SAM, is only as useful as far as you can find use in it. It may be helpful to analyse all of your attractions separately, to recognize that they're divergent from each other, that some are more intense than others, etc. It may be helpful to consider all of your attractions as things that blur together, that influence each other, to see them as mostly convergent to the point that they're not separate, etc. Attraction can guide orientation, but it does not equal it. So if you feel that you are attracted, in some way, to a specific group of people, but you can't pinpoint the attraction, it's absolutely fine to not specify it. And if you are attracted to a specific group of people in a very specific way, then it's also absolutely fine to specify. Let the SAM be a tool, not a burden.

uncannyaro

Can I just say, 'let the SAM be a tool, not a burden' is the best, most concise piece of advice I have ever heard about the SAM, and I will be using that phrase for always if that's ok with you?



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babushka(he/she, он/она/)
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babushka(he/she, он/она/)
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timeskip

I wish I could participate in food discourse but all my opinions feel so normal to me. Guess that's because it's me and I'm used to it.

Here's a speedrun of various things I can think of:

  • Milk doesn't taste bad but I'd take most other drinks over it
  • Cereal is best dry. If you have to put something in it I'd go milk any day, it has flavor. Best cereal is oatmeal made with milk, though, so I guess this is only talking about dry cereal.
  • Celery is the WORST and I hate it. It's bland and the texture is awful because there are strings in it. No crunch can make up for this garbage vegetable.
  • I used to eat carrots and small pieces of onion raw. I think they're better cooked but tbh I'd still eat them raw today (in moderation)
  • Macaroni and cheese isn't that good imo. Maybe I'm just a picky eater,, but while I'd eat it if everyone else is having some, and I won't dislike it or anything, it's not my first choice. I've only had box macaroni and cheese multiple times though, and every fancy mac'n'cheese I've had was either worse or equal quality.
  • Pinapple is good on pizza and while I understand the reluctance, there's a certain point where you have to accept that Sweet and tangy goes good with savory foods sometimes.
  • Cauliflower is better than broccoli and I can't figure out why I think that but it is
  • Sweet potato fries are better than regular potato fries
  • Green apples are good and I like them better than red apples. I've been told this is unusual, but they're so good the only reason you could possibly dislike them is if you're not prepared for a little sourness.
prismaticdream

My opinions:

  • I used to drink chocolate milk, but white milk grosses me out. It's more because of the way it looks than the way it tastes.
  • Dry cereal is best, and see above.
  • Agree, and the strings gross me out.
  • I prefer carrots raw. I'd eat cooked carrots in circle or cube form, but in stick form they risk that string thing again. I don't like onions though.
  • Macaroni and cheese is great.
  • I don't like pineapple at all, and certainly not on pizza.
  • I think I prefer broccoli, but I don't love either.
  • I'm not sure, but probably disagree.
  • I prefer red apples. I don't like them sour.


violet-fae

Happy pride month to the people whose identities have been boiled down to discourse by awful people. Aces, aros, non-dysphoric nb and trans people, pan people, and any others I may have missed. Pride has always been for a variety of people, and you deserve some happiness this month. I’m sorry that discourse has tried to take that from you.

pantransautie

I'm sorry that acephobia, arophobia, enbyphobia, transphobia, panphobia, etc. has tried to take that from you.



Label Advice

uncannyaro

The best piece of advice I can give new or overwhelmed aspec people? Find your comfort label. It doesn't matter if you're technically a microlabel, if it doesn't sit right with you, it won't work for you.

Want to just call yourself ace and/or aro even tho you might be demi or gray or cupio or any other micro label? Go for it!

Want to use those micro labels because it brings you comfort to have exact words to describe your experiences? Have at it!

Can't find something that suits you? Feel free to coin a new term just for you. Or, alternatively, queer is a good catch all label if you're not looking for that specificity.

Labels describe you, not perscribe you. In other words, pick the ones that you feel fit you, and don't make yourself fit the ones you think you should.



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