Lol someone reblogged my masterpost and tagged my sibkid. I wonder why.



emilemonmeringue:

Calvin sums up my thoughts quite nicely.


glowcloud:

a girl on my facebook feed posted a buzzfeed article about how bennett is like, totally hot, honestly my heart goes out to straight girls everywhere cause youre watching a show with poussey and alex on it and somehow whitebread mcpatriarchy is the hottest to you


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#srsly #like what #ummmm #onb #oitnb

En route to Beyonce, I’m so hyped!!!!


posted 4 days ago with 8 notes
#personal
 
Anonymous said:

Hi there. It seems that my asthma has relapsed and I'm not sure how to deal with it because the last time I had an attack was when I was 6. Do you know if my fast is nullified if I get an attack and need to use the inhaler during the fast?


Scholar consensus is that goes into your lungs, not stomach, and it fine for you to use while fasting.

I’m too tired to link the fatwa, but you can look at older questions, I’ve linked it before.


answered 6 days ago with 1 note
#anon #anonymous #ask #reply #i'm so sleepy #sorry

deerie replied to your post: Read More →

"wondering if I am just a bad liar or if my body is dishonest" wooooow this is so good

ty~


posted 1 week ago with 1 note
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pan-tastic reblogged your post:
I somewhat disagree with this because the perk of being seen as straight is that you aren’t harrassed by people when you’re walking down the street with your SO, but then you have the disadvantage of erasure and the shit you catch from being bi when you come out to someone so…
Straight-passing perks are really conditional and temporary and you only benefit from it in one way if you stay quiet about your identity, which sucks and is why I’d agree that it shouldn’t be counted as an actual privilege. Kinda like male-passing privilege. Conditional, temporary, harmful.

i agree with you somewhat, like the only reason i am alive is because i have sworn up and down to my father that i’m not gay? not even exaggerating the tiniest bit.

so maybe it’s not so much straight-passing as it is straight-acting? because not-being-killed-for-not-being-straight is kind of an extreme bar to judge by i feel


 

straight-passing privilege is not a thing lol


thank you~


answered 1 week ago with 2 notes
#brighterthanroses #ask #repl
 
Anonymous said:

Hi! I find myself very sexually attracted to both women and men but do not find women romantically attractive. Would I still be considered bisexual? I've been told by people before that I'm not "properly" bi so shouldn't use that term at all :\


you can call yourself whatever you like. if you feel like the term bisexual applies to you it does! bisexual people can find men, women, or any gender on the spectrum sexually attractive, but only be romantically attracted to one. For example, if a woman identifies as homoromantic but bisexual, it means that she can have sexual relationships with people she’s attracted to, but only romantic relationships with women. so depending on how you identify, you could be hetero or homoromantic, but bisexual. Sometimes sexual orientation and romantic orientation do not “match up” (e.g. most heterosexual people are heteroromantic and their s and r identities “align” and they don’t have to think too hard about it) and that’s okay!


answered 1 week ago with 5 notes
#anon #anonymous #ask #reply
 
Anonymous said:

Curious and not sure who to ask! Would a bisexual guy and a bisexual girl in a relationship have any societal privileges in terms of sexuality? Like, is straight passing a thing? Obviously they are both still queer and don't become any less queer as a result of the relationship, but is their relationship classified as queer, or as heterosexual/straight?


ciswashed:

strawberreli:

I’m sure straight passing privilege is a thing, but if bisexual folks are open about their sexuality to either the queer community or the straight one, they still get a lot of shit for it. I would ask this to someone who identifies as bi.

Straight passing privilege actually isn’t a thing! Various heterosexual privilege checklists like this one can be found that show how bisexuals experience none of the heterosexual privileges, even if they are in a “straight” relationship. Furthermore, reading the relationship as straight in general isn’t privilege—it’s erasure. The whole straight-as-default thing only assists actual straight people, not non-monosexuals. That’s actually a mode of oppression.

I’ve met many bisexuals and non-monosexuals who are similarly confused on what title their relationship should take if it’s considered “straight.” Mostly it’s a personal preference thing—if both partners are comfortable with queer, it’s queer. But even if they were comfortable calling their relationship straight, it wouldn’t somehow make them any less bisexual. In my case, since I’m gender variant and bisexual, I could never really be in a “straight” relationship. Nevertheless, any title can be claimed that is preferred.

thank you for clarifying!


 
Anonymous said:

Curious and not sure who to ask! Would a bisexual guy and a bisexual girl in a relationship have any societal privileges in terms of sexuality? Like, is straight passing a thing? Obviously they are both still queer and don't become any less queer as a result of the relationship, but is their relationship classified as queer, or as heterosexual/straight?


I’m sure straight passing privilege is a thing, but if bisexual folks are open about their sexuality to either the queer community or the straight one, they still get a lot of shit for it. I would ask this to someone who identifies as bi.


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#anon #ask #reply #anonymous

japhers:

more TsubasaStuck

I’m so heavily invested in this AU it isn’t even funny anymore it just hurts a lot


ktnissevurdeen:

  • Teddy and Victoire have practically been dating long before their kiss on Platform 9 and 3/4
  • Bill Weasley is 100% not happy about this
  • Neville Longbottom is Albus Potter’s godfather
  • Luna wore a tiara made out of unicorn horns on her wedding day
  • Ron Weasley still holds a grudge on Victor Krum
  • Neville Longbottom is Albus Potter’s godfather
  • Rita Skeeter got jinxed by Ginny Weasley at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup
  • Neville Longbottom is Albus Potter’s godfather


christie-in-real-life:

niallimlegal:

the white house released this video on sexual assault that actually targets men, telling them not to rape, rather than telling women not to be raped. please watch this.

This is so fucking important, that I can’t even start to describe the happiness I get from finally seeing a major world government making a video that doesn’t tell women to not get raped, but instead tells men to not rape & to stop rape in the first place.

This right now, should be across Tumblr like a wildfire. It should be trending on Twitter and Facebook. This is good news. This is great news. This is, for once, a positive step towards educating people on a fucking huge scale about sexual assault.

This isn’t a solution. Rape culture isn’t gone. We can’t all just stand around and pat ourselves on the back saying, “We did it guys! We made the video! Job done.” - but for the first time in my memory, society is beginning to actively change its broken perspectives from the top level down. This is great. This is good news. This is a start.

This is fucking hope.