fuckingmulder:

Bisexuality: Setting the Records “Straight” [x]

My Bisexuality has no bearing on my ability to commit to someone. All that means is that the potential pool of applicants is a bit bigger.”

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binetusa:

BISEXUAL AWARENESS WEEK 2014 (Daily Themes + Hashtags): Learn about all the events and activities here:

In addition to the usual hashtags: #BiPride, #BiVisibility, #Bisexual, #BiDay, #BiVisibilityDay the following hashtags can be used on given, corresponding days during #BiWeek:

Sunday 9/21 Bi History (#BiHistory) – Post, status update and tweet about important moments in bisexual movement history and/or the names and images of famous bi people throughout history
Monday 9/22 Bi Facts (#BiFacts) – Post, status update and tweet facts about being bi e.g., stories and statistics about bi health, safety/security, quality of life, or funding and social disparities
Tuesday 9/23 “My Bisexuality Looks Like…” - Post, status update and tweet “my #bisexuality looks like” finishing the sentence to express bisexual/non-monosexual + queer pride and experiences
Wednesday 9/24 Bi Media (#BiMedia) – Post, status update and tweet the names and images of your favorite bisexual blogs, films, tv shows, authors, artists, cultural workers, and thank them for their work
Thursday 9/25 Recognize Bi Men (#RecognizeBiMen) – Post, status update and tweet selfies of bisexual men. Allies can post, status update and tweet selfies with bisexual men in their lives or holding up an image of the book Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men-An Anthology 
Friday 9/26 Bi Trans/Genderqueer (#BiTrans) – Post, status update and tweet affirming statements and images about being bisexual and trans/gender non-conforming
Saturday 9/27 Bi Allies (#BiAllies) – Post, status update and tweet selfies of bisexuals with people that love, support and champion them

binetusa:

BISEXUAL AWARENESS WEEK 2014 (Daily Themes + Hashtags): Learn about all the events and activities here:

In addition to the usual hashtags: #BiPride, #BiVisibility, #Bisexual, #BiDay, #BiVisibilityDay the following hashtags can be used on given, corresponding days during #BiWeek:

  • Sunday 9/21 Bi History (#BiHistory) – Post, status update and tweet about important moments in bisexual movement history and/or the names and images of famous bi people throughout history
  • Monday 9/22 Bi Facts (#BiFacts) – Post, status update and tweet facts about being bi e.g., stories and statistics about bi health, safety/security, quality of life, or funding and social disparities
  • Tuesday 9/23 “My Bisexuality Looks Like…” - Post, status update and tweet “my #bisexuality looks like” finishing the sentence to express bisexual/non-monosexual + queer pride and experiences
  • Wednesday 9/24 Bi Media (#BiMedia) – Post, status update and tweet the names and images of your favorite bisexual blogs, films, tv shows, authors, artists, cultural workers, and thank them for their work
  • Thursday 9/25 Recognize Bi Men (#RecognizeBiMen) – Post, status update and tweet selfies of bisexual men. Allies can post, status update and tweet selfies with bisexual men in their lives or holding up an image of the book Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men-An Anthology 
  • Friday 9/26 Bi Trans/Genderqueer (#BiTrans) – Post, status update and tweet affirming statements and images about being bisexual and trans/gender non-conforming
  • Saturday 9/27 Bi Allies (#BiAllies) – Post, status update and tweet selfies of bisexuals with people that love, support and champion them

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The person I reblogged this from is beautiful.

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Tags: truth

patsandora:

unbloss:

lepetitchatblanc:


best thing I’ve ever read

NEVER FORGET

holy shit

Love this.

patsandora:

unbloss:

lepetitchatblanc:

best thing I’ve ever read

NEVER FORGET

holy shit

Love this.

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"I feel weird about eating these days or leaving the house, or existing in a material form at all, because having a body that talks too much and sweats and makes mistakes is exhausting."

Meredith Graves of Perfect Pussy on being a woman.

Seriously, if you read ONE thing today it should be Meredith’s speech on authenticity and the double standards in music (and life).

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(via laughterkey)

"

My Least Favorite Trope (and this post will include spoilers for The Lego Movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Matrix, Western Civilization, and—cod help me—Bulletproof Monk*.) is the thing where there’s an awesome, smart, wonderful, powerful female character who by all rights ought to be the Chosen One and the hero of the movie, who is tasked with taking care of some generally ineffectual male character who is, for reasons of wish fulfillment, actually the person the film focuses on. She mentors him, she teaches him, and she inevitably becomes his girlfriend… and he gets the job she wanted: he gets to be the Chosen One even though she’s obviously far more qualified. And all he has to do to get it and deserve it is Man Up and Take Responsibility.

And that’s it. Every god-damned time. The mere fact of naming the films above and naming the trope gives away the entire plot and character arc of every single movie.

"

— Elizabeth Bear - My Least Favorite Trope (via christinefriar)

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Anonymous said: Your parents are absolutely right about polyamory and you should stay away from it before you get hurt. It's a great theory but it NEVER works out that way in real life. You will always go into it with good intentions and get used and hurt. Whatever ground rules you think you'll have will be ignored by these poly sleaze bags. Stay away for your own sake

psychophancy:

wyrdormi:

this-is-morgans-fault:

Honestly, I think what’s most important are the people. You have to have people you trust and know won’t abuse your trust. I believe most polyamorous partners can have a successful relationship if they all are open about what they are doing. So while I see your point of view, I think we should agree to disagree. Thank you for your opinion though! 

What the dear anon fails to understand is this:

How often are good intentions misconstrued and ground rules broken in MONOGAMOUS relationships? Judging by the 50% divorce rate, which doesn’t even count people who remain married yet miserable, or legally married but physically separated…. Yeah.

Opening yourself up to ANY relationship, let alone more than one, is inviting a risk because the sad  truth of any relationship is that they all involve people, and people often suck. People make mistakes and bad decisions and let irrational fears or temptation of instant gratification get the better of them. Poly people cheat just like mono people cheat. Poly people lie just like mono people lie.

You’re very right in that the right people can make all the difference in that, of course~ Just understand that no one is perfect, and even though the right people will minimize the chances of drama, you’re still likely to have bumps occasionally. But as long as you all understand that, and don’t expect each other to be perfect, and are willing to communicate “hey this is why that hurt me” “this is why I did what I did” “this is how we can make that better in the future” and so-forth, and forgive each other and actually commit to the discussed changes— to let your relationship grow and evolve and change as you do— then I’m sure you’ll be in for a wonderful ride~ :3

^^^ THIS. ^^^

Anyone who claims to know that any sort of relationship NEVER works will pretty much ALWAYS be ill-informed and incorrect.

Truth.

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acidictrips:

cantankerous-canoodle:

submissivefeminist:

Olivia Benson, the most influential woman of my early adulthood, telling you what’s up.

idk i tried to scroll past this but it’s too perfect

if you don’t love benson you’re wrong

SVU and Benson forever!

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christinefriar:


equalityandthecity:
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I saw the photo, immediately knew what I was looking at, and teared up.

christinefriar:

equalityandthecity:

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I saw the photo, immediately knew what I was looking at, and teared up.