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goldenheartedrose:

bakerstreetbabes:

themushroomblues:

cbs store

oh now this is awesome!!!

Ooh.

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waterloggedtomorrow:

he was so important to me in high school

Wanna come visit his grave with me and Erin in August???

#rigorandvigor-deleted-by-aug-3 #volunteering erin #who has still apparently seen none of this

The beginning of my dashboard this morning.

Further updates as events warrant.

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unwinona:

tattoos-n-tokes:

this is why the world is beautiful, maybe its just me but i find this cool as fuck

"Your kid says hi." -The sun

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betweenbodies:

ive never believed in passive aggressive vagueblogging, unlike SOME people i could mention

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Anonymous said: Hey, Queenie. I've just heard about being autochorissexual and realised it really did apply to me. It is as if I have a sex drive but whenever I think about sex, I am never a participant. I do also find people attractive but I don't think I find people sexually attractive as in "I WOULD like to have sex with them". My main uncertainty is that I've never had sex before which probably comes into play. I'm just feeling really scared at the moment and I was wondering if you could help me out.

queenieofaces:

Hey there, anon.

I’m not autochorissexual (but I know 4seiji is; check out their tag), so I might not be the best person to answer this question.  From what I’ve heard from other aces, your experience isn’t particularly uncommon, though!  You might find some of this series useful.  If any of my followers identify as autochorissexual and have additional advice or resources for the nice anon, please feel free to chime in!

My understanding is that having sex will not change whether you experience sexual attraction or not.  So if your uncertainty concerns whether having sex will change your feelings or make them more transparent, from what I’ve heard from other folks, it probably won’t.

Something to ask yourself: In what ways do you find other people attractive?  Is it aesthetic attraction?  Romantic attraction?  Sexual attraction?  Platonic attraction?  It might be good for you to think about how exactly you’re attracted to them, and what you want to do with that attraction.  That might help you find some clarity.

The best general advice I can give you is if you don’t want to have sex, don’t have sex!  You’re not required to have sex to validate your feelings.  If you’re not attracted to people such that you want to do the genital tango, you don’t have to do the genital tango.  And, you know, if your feelings change later, that’s fine!  You can reassess then.  But if right now you’re going, “Ehhh, don’t think I want to do this, but maybe I secretly do???” you don’t have to do it.  If you do want to have sex or try it out or whatever, go for it!  I just want to make sure you’re not feeling pressured into trying it “just to be sure.”

Let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you, anon!  I really hope things get less scary for you, because being scared is no fun at all.

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Because yeah.

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ashcanranting:

The little sister, four layers of extravagant cake, and I + legal adult status.

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  • “Asexuality” has to be another American phenomenon. I bet is started in inventive California.
  • I blame sex education in schools for some of this asexuality, starting children to thinking and talking about sex too soon and experimenting with their same sex friends.
  • oh no……….now we are going to have asexual boy and girl scouts and transponders and gays……….my head hurts…
  • I’m a little worried about where we’re taking civilization – to an early extinction?
  • As Rameses for example had over 100 children. However, such a display, would make him more of a Goat than a God? Goats are beneath Oxen.

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