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You know what would be nice? Asexual characters. Not that shit of “They are interpreted as asexual because they said this and that”. I want it to be said. I want to hear the word on TV without making it sound like a bad disease.
guyssss i know it’s not enough and not the best but this is a thing that actually happened on national television aaand it has been renewed for a second season
AND IF ITS NOT ON NETFLIX WHERE CAN I WATCH IT FOR FREE???
Anonymous said: Could you suggest some great bisexual bloggers? I'm bored of all the hetero on my dash all the time.
I feel you on that, anon.
Some of my favourite bi bloggers off the top of my head are:
Ummm, I feel like I’m leaving a lot of people out. Maybe one day I will make a master list or something.
Oh look it’s me :D
i’m just saying there’s a reason that NSYNC never made a song called “mono mono mono”
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Reblogging this again because it’s so important.
Anonymous said: I live in a very religious familly and I haven't came out yet what should I do
That’s a tough question, and it’s not something that I can give an absolute answer to. Coming out ultimately comes down to your comfort zone and your safety. I waited until I was 18 to come out, because that was the point in my life when I felt comfortable and safe doing so. Many people choose to come out to their friends before their family members; this helps to test the waters insofar as coming out, and can also serve to create a support network of accepting friends. You mentioned that you have a religious family, which tells me that you have your doubts about being accepted by them. In that case, I would definitely encourage you to come out to a friend, teacher, or other important person in your life that you perceive to be LGBTQ+ friendly before beginning the process of coming out to family members. That way, you have a safety net of support to fall back on if things don’t go well.
Let me know if you have any more questions about coming out. I hope this was helpful!