the next time you think you’re lonely, just remember you have about 25 billion white blood cells in your body protecting your sorry little ass with their life. you have 25 billion friends who would die for you. no need for tears.
I actually needed that.
when i was a teen, my favourite part of my body was my immune system. it protects me. :)
oh hun well you first have to understand gay sex. Us gays have many ways of doign it but we use the terms top and bottom to describe who does what during sex. A top usually inserts their penis into the orpheus of the bottom where its their mouth or anus. When your a virgin bottom your like
and you talk about having a cock shoved up your ass 10 miles even though youve never done it. But then say you get into a relationship or have a thing with someone and they happen to be a top and youre a bottom and youre overpowering teenage hormones make you very thirsty and sexual and you start talkin about having sex with your lover
and your top partner is very excited so he buys condoms and lube and hes very happy because he cant wait to have sex with you
so its finally time and you guys are making out on the couch and he starts to take off your cloths and whispers in your ear
and instead of saying
you whisper back
He starts undressing and puts a condom on and you realized that he has a really long and thick penis
but then you realize, as he lubes up, that his 7 inch penis is going in you
but fear sets in
but you dont want to be a virgin anymore either so you take off your underwear and he asks are you sure youre ready and your sarcasm prevails and you respond
so he spreads your ass wide open and slowly pushes his cock into your ass and your eyes open wide and you start to moan a little and at first youre not sure how it feels
but you go with it and it starts hurting a little but you keep going because it feels good strangely
and he keeps pushing harder and harder into your ass and now hes moaning and youre not quite sure what the appropriate response is
so you moan louder and louder and realize that this is actually happening. youre having sex.
me??? im actually having a penis shoved up my ass??? it hurts so bad but feels so good!
now your top is moaning really hard and he starts hitting you gspot and good vibrations have started running through every muscle in your body
you feel something. its like a liquid.
then you realized your top has came into you ass and his semen is overflowing you anus and it comes flowing out!
and you might do a few other things that night but over all it was a good first experience, but it hurt a lot because youre new which is where is photo came in
the whole “anger is poisonous and bad for u” mindset was created by people who didn’t want to deal w the justified anger directed at them by others
anger is powerful and important, anger is fuel, and only you determine whether or not…
in a way, both people were right.
people underrate anger. anger is the emotion of change and a perfect response to injustice and oppression. anger is the emotion most likely to get people to change a bad situation and stand up for what’s right.
on the other hand, since most marginalised people will never live to see an end to their own oppression, most people will acquire a perpetual anger from it. anyone stuck in this situation navigates this perpetual anger all their lives, but most will acquire one or two mental illnesses from it. some drown in it. some die from it. it’s an unfair game.
however, something a lot of angry marginalised people hear is ‘your own anger will poison you’… as if marginalised people cause their own pain. that’s oppressor logic. people should be telling oppressive shitheads that ‘your oppression will poison people’.
“I wake up every morning and
I am at war. Some days I am
a soldier, some days I am a
land mine. This morning I
woke up a captive country;
I am being swallowed whole
and can’t find hands to fight
for myself.”—anne, waking up helpless (via anneisrestless)
when i was a kid I thought the dark in ‘tall dark and handsome’ meant dark skin and I was always confused when people would use the phrase to describe whitey mcwhiterson
same! the first time i ever even heard of that was when i was like six in the aladdin movie when jasmine was talking to jafar (who’s darkish in skin). i thought it was some ~*exotic*~ stereotype or something and truth be told the phrase has always confused me.
that’s called almost every single prom king/queen election, romance movie, introduction of a new love interest on a television show, famous wedding, and almost everything else on the planet involving romance that wasn’t explicitly MADE for the sake of being lgbtq+ oriented
(part1) Hey sweetie, I have GAD and would like to try and give you some decent advice c: Try and talk to somebody, whether that's a friend, a family member or a therapist/counsellor. I know that it's easier said than done but honestly it's worth it.
(pt2) It took me a while to voice the fact I had overwhelming. Personally, I haven’t gone down the medication route, I’m using it as a last resort and if I feel it is necessary but if you feel you would benefit from it then it’s definitely worth it♥
(part 3, last one sorry!) I wish you all the best, I feel like GAD is pretty underated but then again I think the importance of mental health is unrated too! Anyways, I’ve rambled on enough ^-^ Good luck hun, happiness is worth the fight xxx
oh my god. thank you so much for you answer! you never need to apologise for the effort you made! i really appreciate it! ^O^!!!
i might talk to someone, yes. i find it pretty easy to talk to people about what’s going on with my mental health (i broke that seal like seven years ago). i might try and find some huggable people or something.
i hope your recovery journey is fruitful. ^_^ meds are a bit like that—a last resort. i’m taking the tiniest bit of seroquel every couple of days and it cuts into the anxiety AND up moods AND insomnia. of course i have to pay for it with the side effects.
yup. i’ve been through a tonne of different mental illness experiences, but anxiety, generalised anxiety, is just impossible. i admire the strength and bravery of anyone who actually lives with it every day.