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#108 - I don't go on Tumblr very often at all, but the posts I do see…  [+] (10 replies) 05/01/2014 on check ur privilege 0
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#109 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
Not really, no. I am definitely a fan girl, and when I watched The Time of the Doctor I sobbed like a baby, but I wouldn't call it an unhealthy fascination. It's not a destructive fascination like an obsession would be.
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#110 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
These women are UNHEALTHY. Like... something is wrong. Very VERY wrong.

If you’re lesbian and you fall for a guy
FINE
If you’re gay and you fall for a woman
FINE
If you’re bisexual and you have a preference for girls
FINE
If you’re bisexual and you have a preference for guys
FINE
If you’re pansexual and have a preference
FINE
What’s not fine is telling someone they can’t love another person because it doesn’t fit into the confinements of a label.
T H I S
If you’re asexual and get attracted to someone somehow.

FINE.


^This was just posted. How the fuck does that make ANY sense?

I like Dr. Who too. Unhealthily.
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#111 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
It makes perfect sense. A lot of people see sexuality as a box of 12 crayons. You can be red, or orange, or yellow but a yellow crayon can't sometimes be green cause it's yellow. In reality sexuality is more like an RGB spectrum.
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#113 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
But.. If you are a LESBIAN, you are not PHYSICALLY ATTRACTED to men. You can like... Love a dude, in a different way, but you physically cannot be attracted to men. Same goes for vice versa.
If you are asexual, you are ASEXUAL. You do not find any human attractive at all.

I mean, if you like men and women, you're bisexual. Makes perfect sense, and that's fine. If you're a LESBIAN, by definition, you are only attracted to women. If you like men and you're a "lesbian", you're not a lesbian BY DEFINITION. You're bisexual. You can love whoever you want, I'm not taking issue with that. But LABELING YOURSELF as something and then breaking the confines of the label and getting pissed off that other people are confused is just fucking stupid.
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#115 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
You misunderstand. Say that I'm a lesbian. Loved women all my life, had multiple girlfriends, all that jazz. All my friends know I'm a lesbian, my family knows I'm a lesbian, people who I meet know I'm lesbian before I've told them I'm a lesbian. Right?

So say I'm single, and I meet a guy and we hang out a bunch because he's super awesome, and suddenly out of the blue I realise I'm attracted to him. Which I shouldn't be, because I'm a lesbian, right? But, despite my definitive lesbian status, I am still drawn to this one particular dude. We date, friends say I was an attention whore this whole time because lesbians aren't attracted to dudes, my mother is disappointed in me because she thinks I was just being a rebel the whole time, I feel confused because I am attracted to this guy.

If you're a lesbian and you fall for a guy, it's FINE. You're ok. Sexuality isn't definitive. You love someone, good for you, experiment and get to know yourself better.
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#117 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
Well yeah, then you're bisexual, and that's great. But after that, you become bisexual by definition, you are no longer a lesbian and can no longer truthfully claim 'lesbian' title. I think the point I'm making is when people get all... funky when girls say "I'm a lesbian" when they're dating a boy, and people go "what??" and they go "oh my god, seriously, I am not forced to stick to your labels!"

Because that shit is just stupid.
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#118 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
But see that doesn't happen in real life. I've actually experienced this, my friend Mitch was gay, then bisexual, then gay, then bisexual, even straight for a little bit. Now they're quite comfortably gender neutral. It started when they were gay, and then they fell for a girl, and it confused the fuck out of them. People said 'how come they're dating a girl if they're gay?', it wasn't Mitch stating 'DON'T FORCE ME TO STICK TO YOUR LABELS', it was gossiping bitches saying 'I thought he was gay, why isn't he gay?'
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#120 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
If he has been attracted to ALL genders, he is bisexual. He might be picky, but he's bisexual. If you CHOOSE these labels, then you need to stick by the rules to them. He can go "oh well I'm leaning heavily towards guys right now." or "I'm attracted to girls right now." but since he is and has been attracted to both genders, then he is bisexual. Flat out bisexual. He is no longer 'gay' or 'straight', because those BY DEFINITION mean that you are not attracted to the respective sex. If he was gay, he WOULD NOT be attracted toward girls on a biological level AT ALL.
#124 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
This is going in circles, so I'm going to leave it at this: Don't judge people for something you've never experienced, and don't dictate that people should be a certain way when you've no idea what you're talking about.
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#125 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
...I'm bisexual. I don't give a fuck what anyone is, but these terms like "gay" and "straight" have definitions for reasons. You don't just use them freely because you can. You don't go "I'M GAY!" and be dating a chick, because by fucking DEFINITION, you are NOT GAY. I get what you're saying, and I think you're misunderstanding my point.
What I'm saying is plain and simply that these labels are labels for a reason. If you don't want to be put in a box, just go "yeah, I don't really have a preference, if I like you, I like you." and that's perfectly fine. But going around while CLAIMING a sexuality and then doing the opposite just fucking defeats the purpose, and I don't understand WHY it's such a big deal. You like who you like, WHO CARES? If you like men, women, transgenders, divas, drag queens, crossdressers, who gives a shit?
#97 - Can someone explain something to me? Please? What th…  [+] (20 replies) 05/01/2014 on check ur privilege 0
#121 - eshaythewolf (05/01/2014) [-]
I'm not personally asexual but I wanted to explain a little thing, though I agree that being asexual is slowly becoming another fad thing, like people saying they're bisexual (but would never do things with the same sex, ewww!), it's so stupid.
Anyway, asexuals can find people attractive, just not sexually attractive. It would be like regarding people as artwork, thinking they're aesthetically pleasing rather than thinking about it in regard to sex. Just thought I'd explain that bit.
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#123 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
That's what I figured (sort of, I guess since I asked I wasn't really sure). It just feels like these people who claim "asexuality" as loud as fucking possible, but then talk about wanting to fuck these people and do this to that person and even have boyfriends or girlfriends. It just makes me go "do you even know what the fuck that word means?"
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#126 - eshaythewolf (05/01/2014) [-]
Some of them are too young to actually have sexual feelings and have too much pride in that, that's why they're so loud and the reason they talking about wanting to fuck them is because either that's their sexual feelings coming through, therefor they are not asexual, they're just figuring themselves out. Or they don't know any other way to express their appreciation for someone's aesthetic beauty, considering that wanting to have sex with someone is seen as the norm when you find someone beautiful, it's difficult to stray away from that and instead talk about someone like a piece of art.
I can understand them being a bit loud, I have an asexual friend (though she isn't loud about it) and people constantly imply that she just hasn't found the right man, that she just needs one good fuck to be 'cured' of it. I would get pissed off by it, I would be loud if people always said shit like that to me.

I'm not asexual though, so I can't really speak for all of them, just my theories.
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#127 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
I think most of these chicks are like 21 or 22. I don't really know though. Tumblr is a foreign land to me, and a stupid one at that it seems. Maybe I'm just getting too old for this shit. I get pissed too when people say "you're not bisexual, you're just confused and not old enough to understand", so I can definitely understand why she's upset about it. I just feel like "asexuality" is becoming a fad for these kids.
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#130 - eshaythewolf (05/01/2014) [-]
Tumblr isn't so bad, it's one community on it, the SJWs (social justice warriors) that tend to be the problem. There's a fair amount of the community that is just chilled out and finds it all as ridiculous as we do, I'm actually on tumblr (art inspiration blog) and as long as you're following the right people, you don't have to worry about that crap.

All 'odd' sexualities are a fad on tumblr, it makes them more special and 'interesting'. It's a compensation for lack of personality. Not all of them, though, just the ones that are in your face about it, they tend to be the fad ones.
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#131 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
I wish I could find the good side of Tumblr. I thought it was the website etiquette to follow those who followed you for the first few weeks, and although I post nothing but ridiculous pictures, I ended up with a bunch of feminist extremes and RPers. That and a couple TV show blogs and funny ones.
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#132 - eshaythewolf (05/01/2014) [-]
You don't have to follow anyone if you don't want to, just look for funny blogs and follow them, ignore the others. I only follow art blogs on my own, there's no real rules to it and people don't care if you don't follow some 'etiquette'. I never did.
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#134 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
I guess that's what I get for having my sister explain Tumblr to me. Goddammit. Back to the drawing board!
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#107 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
Either you don't really tumblr that frequently, or you're on the very wrong side of it.
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#108 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
I don't go on Tumblr very often at all, but the posts I do see are nothing but "asexual this" and "yaoi that". That's about it, besides a seriously unhealthy fascination for 'Sherlock' and 'Supernatural'.
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#109 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
Not really, no. I am definitely a fan girl, and when I watched The Time of the Doctor I sobbed like a baby, but I wouldn't call it an unhealthy fascination. It's not a destructive fascination like an obsession would be.
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#110 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
These women are UNHEALTHY. Like... something is wrong. Very VERY wrong.

If you’re lesbian and you fall for a guy
FINE
If you’re gay and you fall for a woman
FINE
If you’re bisexual and you have a preference for girls
FINE
If you’re bisexual and you have a preference for guys
FINE
If you’re pansexual and have a preference
FINE
What’s not fine is telling someone they can’t love another person because it doesn’t fit into the confinements of a label.
T H I S
If you’re asexual and get attracted to someone somehow.

FINE.


^This was just posted. How the fuck does that make ANY sense?

I like Dr. Who too. Unhealthily.
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#111 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
It makes perfect sense. A lot of people see sexuality as a box of 12 crayons. You can be red, or orange, or yellow but a yellow crayon can't sometimes be green cause it's yellow. In reality sexuality is more like an RGB spectrum.
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#113 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
But.. If you are a LESBIAN, you are not PHYSICALLY ATTRACTED to men. You can like... Love a dude, in a different way, but you physically cannot be attracted to men. Same goes for vice versa.
If you are asexual, you are ASEXUAL. You do not find any human attractive at all.

I mean, if you like men and women, you're bisexual. Makes perfect sense, and that's fine. If you're a LESBIAN, by definition, you are only attracted to women. If you like men and you're a "lesbian", you're not a lesbian BY DEFINITION. You're bisexual. You can love whoever you want, I'm not taking issue with that. But LABELING YOURSELF as something and then breaking the confines of the label and getting pissed off that other people are confused is just fucking stupid.
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#115 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
You misunderstand. Say that I'm a lesbian. Loved women all my life, had multiple girlfriends, all that jazz. All my friends know I'm a lesbian, my family knows I'm a lesbian, people who I meet know I'm lesbian before I've told them I'm a lesbian. Right?

So say I'm single, and I meet a guy and we hang out a bunch because he's super awesome, and suddenly out of the blue I realise I'm attracted to him. Which I shouldn't be, because I'm a lesbian, right? But, despite my definitive lesbian status, I am still drawn to this one particular dude. We date, friends say I was an attention whore this whole time because lesbians aren't attracted to dudes, my mother is disappointed in me because she thinks I was just being a rebel the whole time, I feel confused because I am attracted to this guy.

If you're a lesbian and you fall for a guy, it's FINE. You're ok. Sexuality isn't definitive. You love someone, good for you, experiment and get to know yourself better.
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#117 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
Well yeah, then you're bisexual, and that's great. But after that, you become bisexual by definition, you are no longer a lesbian and can no longer truthfully claim 'lesbian' title. I think the point I'm making is when people get all... funky when girls say "I'm a lesbian" when they're dating a boy, and people go "what??" and they go "oh my god, seriously, I am not forced to stick to your labels!"

Because that shit is just stupid.
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#118 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
But see that doesn't happen in real life. I've actually experienced this, my friend Mitch was gay, then bisexual, then gay, then bisexual, even straight for a little bit. Now they're quite comfortably gender neutral. It started when they were gay, and then they fell for a girl, and it confused the fuck out of them. People said 'how come they're dating a girl if they're gay?', it wasn't Mitch stating 'DON'T FORCE ME TO STICK TO YOUR LABELS', it was gossiping bitches saying 'I thought he was gay, why isn't he gay?'
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#120 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
If he has been attracted to ALL genders, he is bisexual. He might be picky, but he's bisexual. If you CHOOSE these labels, then you need to stick by the rules to them. He can go "oh well I'm leaning heavily towards guys right now." or "I'm attracted to girls right now." but since he is and has been attracted to both genders, then he is bisexual. Flat out bisexual. He is no longer 'gay' or 'straight', because those BY DEFINITION mean that you are not attracted to the respective sex. If he was gay, he WOULD NOT be attracted toward girls on a biological level AT ALL.
#124 - thirdjess (05/01/2014) [-]
This is going in circles, so I'm going to leave it at this: Don't judge people for something you've never experienced, and don't dictate that people should be a certain way when you've no idea what you're talking about.
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#125 - thecharliesheen (05/01/2014) [-]
...I'm bisexual. I don't give a fuck what anyone is, but these terms like "gay" and "straight" have definitions for reasons. You don't just use them freely because you can. You don't go "I'M GAY!" and be dating a chick, because by fucking DEFINITION, you are NOT GAY. I get what you're saying, and I think you're misunderstanding my point.
What I'm saying is plain and simply that these labels are labels for a reason. If you don't want to be put in a box, just go "yeah, I don't really have a preference, if I like you, I like you." and that's perfectly fine. But going around while CLAIMING a sexuality and then doing the opposite just fucking defeats the purpose, and I don't understand WHY it's such a big deal. You like who you like, WHO CARES? If you like men, women, transgenders, divas, drag queens, crossdressers, who gives a shit?