I could have never been a professional model. I could never care this much about my weight, skin, and body hair all of the time.
"I offer you peace. I offer you love. I offer you friendship. I see your beauty. I hear your need. I feel your feelings."
i used to think that saying “i love you” was this sacred thing and that saying it too much to too many people would make it lose meaning but now i think the exact opposite. i love every person i meet and every person i see, they’re all just different kinds of love and they manifest in different ways.
Anonymous said: How did you know that you were asexual? What does being asexual mean to you?
Oh hi, anon. This is a question I have not gotten in awhile.
I’m not sure how exactly I knew I was asexual, I just always knew to an extent. I knew I didn’t have an interest before I ever found the term. I figured one day I’d become sexual when I was in my teens but it never happened and I began to realize that maybe I was just different. Slowly I was learning just how not like me everyone else was. Finally, one day when I was 18 I ran across the term and my curiosity led me to reading about it and as soon as I read the definition, everything just made sense finally.
To me, it simply means I do not experience sexual attraction and I don’t experience sexual desire either.
It’s so weird. There’s a show premiering on History Channel tonight about the brewery that’s literally a 5 minute walk from my apartment.
My milkshakes bring them all and in the darkness bind them.
Three teenage girls drinking bottles of soda, 1956
If you think that representation doesn’t matter, that’s probably because you’re already represented.