Worst thing ever is when you’re in the middle of your squat set and you suddenly get the biggest urge to poop.
If someone were to forcibly enter a woman’s house without her consent no one would go up to her and say “maybe if your house didn’t look so expensive this wouldn’t have happened, you should make it look less wealthy” so why is that if someone forcibly enters a woman without her consent they say “if you didn’t dress like a slut this wouldn’t have happened, you should dress more modestly”?why doesn’t this have more notes
People always say I have so much self control being a vegan but I don’t think the two are related at all. I have no self control and I’ll down a whole bucket of vegan ice cream in a minute. It doesn’t take self control to not want to eat the flesh or biproducts of a dead tortured innocent animal.
I had a nice talk with my friend (the one who was dating that abusive guy). And..it was nice. I gave her my abuse book and she was really receptive. We both almost cried haha (but didn’t!)
Oh, and while we’re talking about sex-repulsed people:
- It’s okay if you’re sex-repulsed because you have experienced sexual abuse or trauma in your past.
- It’s okay if you’re sex-repulsed because sex feels painful, uncomfortable or frightening to you.
- It’s okay if you’re sex-repulsed and there’s no “cause” for it, it’s just how you’ve always been.
- It’s okay if you feel sex-repulsed sometimes and not repulsed at other times, or if you’ve become more/less sex-repulsed over time.
- It’s okay to be afraid of sex.
- It’s okay to think that sex is disgusting.
- It’s okay to like reading/watching fictional sex but not want it in real life.
- It’s okay to be repulsed by some sexual things but not by other sexual things.
- None of the above things make your feelings weird, messed-up or unhealthy.
- You don’t need to “overcome” your dislike of sex. If you’re happier without sex, then that’s great, you don’t need to change.
- If you want to become more comfortable with sex, or if you think therapy will help you be happier with yourself, then that’s fine, too.
- If your partner wants you to do something sexual that you’re not comfortable with, then they’re the one in the wrong, and they need to stop. Your feelings and comfort are important, and you never owe sex to anyone.
- If your partner wants you to change, or to stop being sex-repulsed or asexual, then they are wrong. You deserve a partner who loves you the way you are, respects your feelings, and doesn’t ask you to change for them.
- You do not need to be sex-positive, or willing to have sex, in order to be a “healthy” or “normal” asexual person.
- Some sex-repulsed people aren’t asexual-spectrum. All of the above applies to them, too!
- Whatever your feelings about sex are, it is perfectly okay to feel the way you do, and there is nothing bad, abnormal or wrong about your feelings.
I feel like I’ve caused so my drama in my partner’s life since we started dating.
He almost punched his friend cause of me. Cause his friend was saying shit about my lifestyle. (ok valid reason)
His friends got really mad at him once because he didn’t hang out with them for like 3 months, cause of school and me. (But they’re also not the greatest people) (semi-valid)
Him and another guy aren’t friends anymore, because that friend and I had a fight (also he’s an abusive asshole) (ok another valid reason) But its weird because they’re in the same friend group as other guys, all in my program.
So….my partner’s off talking to the other guys about what happened, etc etc.
Also I have to see the abusive guy I had a fight with in 3 hours. Fun.
Basically I hate half of my partner’s friends. He’s too nice and tolerant of other people…(really bad trait in my opinion but whatever)
Not looking forward to 4pm.