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lilgideonsbighouse:

NO ONE KNOWS ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING ABOUT SOCK OPERA AND WERE ALL TRIPPING OVER OURSELVES TRYING TO MAKE SENSE OF THIS VAGUE ASS SUMMARY I LOVE IT

Posted 30 minutes ago With 19 notes

eatprayplay:

"Wanna hear my impression of you in about three seconds?"

I think I really would like a new episode now. 

dippingpines:

im rlly confused as to how sock opera will go?? like there are explosions?? bill???? laptop??? so cKS??? ????

Posted 44 minutes ago With 33 notes

breaktotheotherside:

backwardsorbust:

xipeu:

yourdragonslover:

shirinling17:

satan-chan:

Incredible cosplay

h…h….how…..

Oh my gosh! He’s so perfect!

BLESS

How you ask? He’s missing a leg.

that is so awesome

dauntlesshadowhunterravenclaw:

phantamxrose:

kvotheunkvothe:

consulting-catlady:

universalpotatochip:

universalpotatochip:

My stomach growled super loud in French omg

I would like to clarify my stomach did not speak French. It growled in French class I apologize

bonjour

le growl

hon hon hon feed me a baguette

Why do I even go on this website

Posted 1 hour ago With 203,020 notes

ariaste:

unamusedsloth:

Exercise caution, especially with things labeled “fresh” pizza

I dunno, I’m most worried about “stairs”

I didnt till you said that, now i cant unhear it

Navigating adolescence as an asexual

queenieofaces:

This month’s Carnival of Aces is about the intersections between asexuality and age/ageism.  (You can read the submission post here!  And you can read all the posts for the carnival here!)  Since I can’t really address the older end of the age spectrum (yet), I thought I’d take a moment to talk about the difficulties of going through puberty/adolescence as an asexual, and why it is that so many aces only realize/accept that they’re asexual once they’re in their late teens or early twenties (and sometimes even later).  

I was actually talking to one of my friends (who is openly gay) about this exact topic a couple of months ago.  I mentioned that I realized I was asexual much later than my other LGBTQ+ friends, most of whom came out between the ages of 13 and 16.  He said that he also knew a lot of kids who came out in high school (he was included among the bunch), and then added, “It seems like it’s not uncommon for asexual people to realize they’re asexual pretty late.  At least, my other asexual friend didn’t start identifying as asexual until college.”

Of course, that got me thinking.  Why is it that so many aces take so long to realize/accept that they are ace?  Is it just a lack of education?  (That was certainly a contributing factor, in my case.)  Or are there social expectations that stop people from identifying as asexual?  (Those were also contributing factors!)  After a lot of thinking, I came up with four reasons that it takes a really long time for some aces (myself included) to realize/accept that they are asexual: the “coming out window,” fear of coming out as the “wrong” orientation, education and visibility, and the “late bloomer” excuse.

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