I'm a 22-year-old with fibromyalgia, hypermobility, severe allergies, bipolar disorder, plus a myriad of other body weirdnesses and brain cooties. I strongly identify as a member of the Disability Community. I'm very concerned with sex education and strongly pro-choice. I fangirl a lot. That's about it.
The fact that you’re struggling doesn’t make you a burden. It doesn’t make you unloveable or undesirable or undeserving of care. It doesn’t make you too much or too sensitive or too needy. It makes you human. Everyone struggles. Everyone has a difficult time coping, and at times, we all fall apart. During these times, we aren’t always easy to be around — and that’s okay. No one is easy to be around one hundred percent of the time. Yes, you may sometimes be unpleasant or difficult. And yes, you may sometimes do or say things that make the people around you feel helpless or sad. But those things aren’t all of who you are and they certainly don’t discount your worth as a human being. The truth is that you can be struggling and still be loved. You can be difficult and still be cared for. You can be less than perfect, and still be deserving of compassion and kindness.
The key to not misgendering strangers is to stop gendering strangers.
- A compliment
- A story
- Why you follow me
- If you met me what would you do
- A cute message
- One thing you want to tell me
- One thing you want to know about me
- sleepless nights
- hospital visits
- joint pain
- feeling lost
- feeling alone
- losing friends
- going through medication after medication with no success
- multiple IV’s
- heart monitors
- lack of awareness
- losing jobs
- losing weight
- doctor after doctor
- the caregivers
Heres to those with a rare disease, hoping someday there might be a cure.
why do bronies get so upset about being friendzoned? i thought friendship was magic
An asexual and pansexual become room-mates and have wacky adventures
The show is called ‘All or Nothing’
Plot twist: the asexual is really super outgoing and is a huge flirt while the pansexual is extremely socially awkward and has trouble ordering coffee let alone getting a date.
I’m a bi-ish poly person and my sibling’s a heteroromantic ace, and when I lived with them this is basically what it it was like. Except I’m the outgoing one and they have few friends, so we actually fit the stereotypes, lol.
I need feminism because when I reported being called a slut and a whore by a male classmate, I was told:
- He probably likes you
- Boys will be boys
- Well, maybe you should’t wear that shirt
All by teachers. I was twelve.
I had some guy say the same things to me in my WoW guild and was so certain that these sorts of things would be the response, I just left and only messaged the GM about me leaving because I felt that if I were in their shoes I’d want to know why a new, very active member suddenly left.
Turns out the GM is a woman and she was followed up with me and was very angry about me being treated that way, told the other guild officers what to do if it happened again to anyone, and then kicked the guy.
I then joined the guild again because, yeah, when you find one like that you don’t leave it. Unsurprisingly, at this point, several months down the line, its member roster is around 50% female.
When you make a safe space in a typically hostile area, people will come and stay.