song against sex


Just found this unpublished post on my other blog..
February 2, 2011, 12:43 pm
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..I think I didn’t publish it because I was afraid it would be seen by the wrong people. This is from September ’10.

I JUST NOW figured out what this song means. After seven years.

XD And now I’m really excited, becaaaaause.

I used to identify with it because of the Earth Day reference.

Now I have another reason.

 



I came out on Facebook and nothing has burned down yet.
October 14, 2010, 11:52 am
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No, on the contrary, I got this response:

“I think this is really great.
It’s a very under-represented group and everyone should be able to be understood.

I personally have a weakness for the male gender, but still… This is über awesome!”

Thank you for being so accepting. :)



:)
July 18, 2010, 12:09 am
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via Queer Secrets



Starfish=win
July 12, 2010, 1:16 am
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Day 17: Your first experience with an LGBT organization or event (Day of Silence, Pride, etc)
July 9, 2010, 12:18 pm
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I’ve got none! I have absolutely nothing to report, so I’ll just throw links at you.

Harvey Milk Day

National Coming Out Day

Asexuality Day (haha, it’s AVEN’s anniversary.)

You can read the full challenge here on Fuck Yeah LGBT. :)



Day 8: What do you think the closet or being closeted means to you?
June 30, 2010, 11:49 pm
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Closets are for hiding, for repression, for secrets, for smothering. Closets are dark and lacking in fresh air. Closets are said to be full of monsters. And moths. Closets are for making out in, not for living in. I’m a much bigger fan of living out in the open where you can breathe fresh air and share the sunlight with your fellow human beings.

You can read the full challenge here on Fuck Yeah LGBT. :)



Day 7: How your parents took it or how you think they might take it

I haven’t told them and I’m not planning on it anytime soon. It’d be nice to have someone close to home who understands me, but at this point I’m not holding my breath.

  • My mother was bitching one day about a young bride who dared to wear jean shorts to her wedding reception, and I was in a pretty mellow mood so I simply said, “To each her own.” She then shot me the dirtiest look I can ever remember getting from her, and she said, “Well, I certainly hope YOU don’t plan on dressing like that for YOUR wedding reception!” Still mellow, still chill, I said, “Yeah, well, I don’t think I want to get married anyway, so you don’t have to worry about it.” She just about hit the roof.
  • My father found the link to this blog on my Facebook one night and barged into my room the next morning to wake me up and demand that I take it down. The link, that is. Thankfully he didn’t realize it’s my blog. Even though it has my name all over it, yeah. I believe his exact words were, “You need to take that asexual website down today. I was reading on it and it was pretty gross. You might agree with some of the things on there, but I found some things on there that NO ONE in this family would approve of. So take it down, or you’ll lose your internet privileges.” WTF.

You can read the full challenge here on Fuck Yeah LGBT. :)