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I'm an asexual+aromantic cis guy (he/his/him pronouns) who pretty much posts about fandoms, music, and how crappy his life is. Feel free to ask me about anything, whether it be about asexuality or me or whatever.

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solosalendo:

kinda hurt kinda offended kinda not planning on saying anything about it

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So when we toured an old plantation nearby, the tour guide made a joke about one of the guys on the tour having/getting a girlfriend and it’s like ~OH HELLO HETERONORMATIVITY HOW IVE MISSED YOU N O T~.

Like honestly shout out to a lot of my friends for being so great that I sometimes forget how annoying and heteronormative the world is. You go guys.

Asker dethbysquirl Asks:
Damn girl, your legs are as long as the patriarchy has been in power.
vashaclarens vashaclarens Said:

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My feminism isn’t the only thing that’s gonna be intersectional tonight.

I haven’t experienced real privilege till I met you.

Do you have a band-aid? I cut myself shattering the glass ceiling.

Hey girl, how about I make YOU a sandwich?

If I were a stop light, I’d want to turn red every time you came to my intersection, but I won’t, because unwanted and forced gazes are threatening and not at all sexy.

I don’t like glass ceilings, but I’ve got a glass coffee table…

If beauty were time, time would be a social construct.

If being a strong, independent woman with complete agency over her body and sexuality were a crime, you’d be guilty as charged.

Can I borrow your phone for a moment? My mom wanted me to call her when I met the girl of my dreams, and I want to tell her that it’s insulting to assume the gender of a heretofore unmet potential significant other.

If I had a dime for every time you’ve made me smile, I’d donate it to important community causes, because hoarding wealth leads to socioeconomic disparity.

I’m new in town. Can you tell me all about the local feminist organization?

Was your daddy an astronaut? Because he raised an intelligent, well-educated daughter with a sense for global perspectives.

Do you have a twin sister? Is she as knowledgeable about world issues as you?

If I told you you had a nice body, would you call me out on it? I hope so.

So I meant to say “my brother’s girlfriend” but accidentally said “my boyfriend’s girlfriend.” My sister in law said something like “id still love you if you had a boyfriend. But don’t.” I asked “why not?” And then she said something like “because then you’ll have to shave your facial hair” and proceeded to make facial hair jokes and just not make any sense at all.

soihearduleikhomestuck:

super-wholock-avengers:

fernacular:

lumeina:

nightmareloki:

gokuma:

robofillet:

yes im a boy

     yes i knit things

This guy should be some crazy DC villain…

OH MY GOD YES PLEASE.

oh god someone do this

FERNACULAR

GET ON IT

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I think I’ll call him… THE KNITTER!


He robs banks with the help of his little quilted monsters

can anyone put an end to his reign of warm and cozy terror!?

OMG YES ITS BACK

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datguccitravytrav:

"Community has pulled off one the most patient easter egg: in one episode of each of the first three seasons, the word "Beetlejuice" was used off-handedly in a joke. If you’ve seen the movie Beetlejuice, the titular mischievous ghost would appear in the world of the living if anyone said his name three times. So, sure enough, on the third mention by a Community character, this guy appears in the background for exactly two seconds. They patiently waited three years to reach that punchline."

Community, you complete me.

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tpinkthings:

I see the point, and it’s a great point. What do you all think?

Hmmm, interesting thought. I think the golden rule works for general interactions with people, but if you actually know someone, then, yes, definitely ask them how they feel rather than just assuming.

Thought I had misplaced my backpack full of $200+ worth of mtg cards. Ran four flights down and up stairs only to find out it was right where I was looking.

thempress:

People look down on McDonald’s employees but fail to realize that if all these folks left McDonald’s and pursued “better careers”  your ass wouldn’t be able to get a McDouble with an Oreo McFlurry at 3am. 

You can’t demand a service while simultaneously degrading those who provide it for you. 

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At church there was a really good looking guy sitting right across the aisle from me it’s not fair