deliverusfromsburb:

Story where a gay king and queen have to marry for political reasons and end up becoming bffs who help arrange each other’s assignations. 

Hijinks ensue when people start expecting an heir and they have to figure out how to produce a baby. 


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lumos5001:

thetechnicolortrenchcoat:

Today is Copernicus’s 541th birthday. You may remember Copernicus as the man who said “Hey, what if the Earth went around the sun?” To which the Catholic Church replied “Hey, what if we set you on fire?” 


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bottomjared:

Hey! So, Coming Out Day is coming up soon (Oct. 11) and I just want to post a very stern reminder to NOT out anyone without their explicit permission.

Do NOT out anyone.

Got it?

Okay.


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Let me tell you about a fear I have.

I have a fear that I will never find love. Sometimes I think about this, and my heart pauses for a few beats, my throat closes up, and my eyes begin to burn.

What if I never find love?

It’s not that I’m worried that I will never find someone to love.
It’s that I’m worried that, even if I love them, even if they fill the holes in my heart when they hold my hand and they know exactly when I need comfort or when I need distance and they’ll watch my favorite movie and even make the popcorn even though we’ve seen it seven times in the past month, they’ll lose all interest in me when I tell them that I will never want to make love with them.

When I tell them that I want children, yes, but I want to adopt them.

I’m afraid that nobody will want to share their life with me, and allow me to share mine with them, if it will not result in their sexual pleasure.

Because I have no interest. Quite honestly, even speaking about sex makes me uncomfortable. (Though it is true that not every individual who identifies as asexual is sex-repulsed, and not every sex-repulsed individual identifies as asexual.)

Anyway, maybe I will change in time- sexuality is fluid, after all- but I am still, constantly, filled with the aforementioned fear.

We live in a highly sexualized society. Ads. Movies. Books. Magazines. So much is aimed towards the allosexual, those who experience sexual attraction.

Somebody passes me on the street, and while I admire their looks, another says, ‘I’d tap that.’

We’re reading a poem in class, and while I find it a beautiful, perfectly-phrased illustration of an inanimate object, another says, ‘This got very sexual for me.’

I mention to a friend that I think I might, possibly, identify as asexual. They say, ‘You know, I don’t think you should label yourself. Don’t confine yourself to a box. Who knows what’ll happen!’

But sometimes, instead of being confining, a label can be freeing. Sometimes, it’s more important to know that you, right now, as you are, are not alone, that you are not broken, than it is to consider the fact that you might not always identify in this way.


I’ve had a lot of thoughts on asexuality lately, as well as a lot of fears. So here you go, a rant of sorts. It’s not really connected, but my thoughts are all a jumble. Apologies for that. (via hurricanehoechlin)
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literallyrad:

there are approximately 1,013,913 words in the english language but i could never string any of them together to explain how much i want to hit you with a chair.


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salazhar:

Since the start of 2014 I have:

Gotten a new piercing.
Dyed my hair.
Ended a relationship. 
Started a new relationship.
Been on a long car journey.
Passed an exam.
Cried on someone’s shoulder. 
Had a massive fight with a boyfriend/girlfriend.
Received flowers.
Had a Valentine.
Written a letter using pen and paper.
Gone to see a therapist.
Been prescribed medication by a doctor.
Read a really good book.
Gone to the zoo.
Spent too much money on unnecessary things.
Traveled by train.
Cried over someone.
Spent a day out in the sun getting a tan.
Slammed a door out of frustration.
Had an anxiety attack.
Had a BBQ.
Gone to the fair.
Gone bowling.
Seen a film at the cinema in 3D.
Gone on a date.
Been the only sober one on a night out.
Helped someone home after they’d had too much to drink.
Stayed up all night.
Talked on the phone/skype for over 2 hours.
Supported someone who’d received bad news.
Watched some kind of live sporting event.
Read an entire book in one day.
Bought a DVD the day it was released.
Eaten McDonald’s more than four times in a single week.
Cried as a result of exam stress.

Met some incredible new people.
Fallen backwards off a chair. 
Broken my glasses.
Cried over someone in my past.
Spent hours aimlessly browsing the internet. 
Thrown up.
Cried over a film.
Gone out of my way to avoid an ex-significant other.
Fought with someone in public.
Been in a relationship for a year or longer.

(Source: elfenfairy)


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largecoin:

wocinsolidarity:

fuckallies:

On average, you have a 1 in 18,989 chance of being murdered

A trans person has a 1 in 12 chance of being murdered

The average life span of a cis person is about 75-90 

The average life expectancy of a trans person is 23-30 years old

75% of people killed in anti LGBT hate crimes are poc

Think about this the next time you go crying over “cisphobia” and “reverse racism”

MESSAGE 

i think about this post like, daily

(Source: fuckoffallies)


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Introverts don’t get lonely if they don’t socialize with a lot of people, but we do get lonely if we don’t have intimate interactions on a regular basis.
I have never related to a quote more in my life than I do this one right here, right now. BAM.  (via hawkeyers)

(Source: kbfoto)

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burdge:


"You want me to tell Uncle Harry that it was YOU that blew up the broom shed? DO YOU?"

i grew up in a big family, the weak don’t survive

burdge:

"You want me to tell Uncle Harry that it was YOU that blew up the broom shed? DO YOU?"

i grew up in a big family, the weak don’t survive

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felonyvandyke:

i want trans kids to be safe so badly.


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