I like things girly -
I like giant robots and space
- Specifically giant robots from space
did some research and it’s from “Syrup,” which looks to be a movie that came out this year. also it’s on netflix.
Just in case you weren’t on the moon last night. This is what earth looked like from the moon’s perspective
Apparently how people feel after waking up from naps.
How I feel after waking up from naps.
when the two smartest kids in the class get different answers
*older relative voice* Do you have a boyfriend?
crushes are great until you realize that they’ll never be interested in you
saddest moment of my childhood
I cried in the theater when I saw this. Turned to my mother and she was asleep. To this day it’s the only movie I’ve seen her fall asleep at.
Just keepin’ it real.
when people talking about sexuality straight up forget asexuals exist
The most we can do to be acknowledged and accepted into lgbtq is to not condemn each other. Their issues do not relate to ours and ours do not relate to theirs. We cannot force our lack of sexuality into the sexual content and vice versa.
Asexuals are like that pesky little cousin trying to be cool, hanging out with the older crowd. Been there- done that. What makes us think we stand up to snuff?
LGBTQ had a whole separate fight and are still fighting for acceptance and to not be harmed.
We are fighting for acknowledgement, visibility, and understanding.
We can’t push our feelings on them. We’re here. We’re not going anywhere and we’re only growing in numbers. We just have to spread visibility and not act like a twat doing it. Tactfulness is key. Most of the older crowd will always think we’re fake. People get set in their ways. Establish yourself with the kids- the ones who are having trouble right now figuring themselves out. It’s okay not to be everyone else. It’ll be a slow process but the youth sector is crucial.
IMO TIME - I KNOW NOT EVERYONE AGREES
I don’t think it’s a good thing to slap on A to LGBTQ. LGBTQ is not supposed to be a club for anyone who’s not straight to join. For all we know there’s even MORE sexualities that haven’t gained their footing yet and they might not fit into LGBTQ either. I get that it would be convenient for LGBTQ to be a one stop shop for all our sexuality-alternative needs but it would be best if we were separate. Let’s be real. Asexuals have the one key thing not in common with everyone else so we cannot ask that we are welcomed with open arms into a place for people of similar interests to gather. I equate it to chess and checkers. Similar rules- different game.
Be nice to everyone. Befriend everyone. Even if you have to do it one by one. Do not condemn for being sexual or being non-sexual. We all have different lifestyles and it’s not okay to look down on anyone else because they don’t live your life. That’s the thing. It’s not your life.
So I don’t have much in common with LGBTQ, I’ll go start my own group right next door and maybe we can potluck together. That sounds nice.
Whether you are black or white, rich or poor, male or female, gay or straight, religious or atheist, we all stand together in solidarity at the fact that we thought the McFlurry spoon was also a straw the first time we used it