song against sex

Day 10: What does marriage mean to you?

I think marriage is one way to love a person. It’s a piece of paper, but a pretty damn significant piece of paper for quite a lot of people. It shouldn’t be used to exclude some people, and it shouldn’t be used to uphold domination of one sex over another. It shouldn’t be promoted as everyone’s ultimate goal, and it shouldn’t be considered immune to honest examination.

If I ever decide to marry, it goes without saying that my marriage will be sexless…but it will still be loving. Rather like that commercial for the New York Times Weekender. Plenty of space and time to continue being ourselves, and when we were together, it’d be because that’s where we wanted to be.

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


Day 1: Your sexual orientation or gender identity. Be creative in your definition.

I would say I’m a transromantic, driveless, repulsed-but-tolerant semi-androgynous asexual. I’m self-sufficient, independent, semi-Romantic and I crush ALL THE TIME on fictional characters and the occasional celeb..actual people, not so much. I’m the girl who didn’t get “That’s what she said!” jokes until she Googled it one day when she was twenty-one and, when asked by a coworker if she was “freaky,” asked him to be more specific.

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