and if I found RPF about myself and someone that I wasn’t dating then I would read it and be like “huh, obviously they see something that I don’t see” and then I would date that person and everyone would be happy.
"You would be the worst wingman ever," Dustin says. "Seriously, like, Brutus probably got Julius Caesar more booty."
"This is a disturbingly highbrow argument for something that basically entails ensuring a random pick-up in the bar," says Eduardo, which is part of why Mark likes him so much. "And also has some mildly alarming parallels, considering I’m not planning on stabbing you any time soon.” (Mark mutters, “I wouldn’t be too hasty about that decision,” and Dustin kicks him under the table).
And once again, I am a less-intelligent female version of Mark Zuckerberg
Mark would be a terrible baker, mostly because kitchen appliances just break preemptively when they see him coming so they’re not subjected to his increasingly angry attempts to make them work, but also because if he had to get up at the time Eduardo does every day, he would eventually just be shut down or arrested for standing in the middle of his shop wild-eyed and holding a gun after just not sleeping for weeks, and then blood would be shed and people would die and cookies would crumble, and all in all, it’s really for the best that Mark goes to bed late and Eduardo’s the one that gets up early.
You know what, I’m going to agree that I don’t really like this.
Because it’s not really the same as preferring brunette over blonde (though someone will invariably get offended over that), or preffering one race over another and again, someone will get offended when yes, it’s easy to be or say you’re open minded but you can’t really force yourself to be attracted to a type that you are not - it’s unfair to the person you’re ‘experimenting’ on (not merely race, but body types, even disabilities, etc).
Gender variance is sexy - but to put it in such broad terms, you’ve gotta include the cisgender folks too. They as well vary from the types listed here and from each other and clearly fit in any category basely labeled “variant” by virtue of that alone.
Seeing things like this worry me the same way seeing an abnormal amount of trans art (not genderbend art but literally trans art) pertaining to a certain webcomic worry me - there is a potential for it to become fetishistic instead of a normal thing. It’s a dangerous line near a subject that is really sensitive and should appropriately be so.
Tumblr, at least through the people I follow and who follow me, has an abnormally high rate of people who don’t identify as what they may look like on the outside. It’s comforting, in a way, and breaks my heart in a way to see people struggling with labels that never quite apply no matter how many are tried on. I’ve been there. I’m still there sometimes. Just because I choose to keep my birth name, choose to wear clothes that lean more toward androgynous than any specific gender doesn’t mean that I’m not super pleased when someone calls me ‘sir’ or mistakes me for male. But I’m not trans, I will never lie about it or pretend because I don’t want to insult my bros and ladies that are working to find themselves, working to get the world to see them as they are. I want this for me too, but it’s also pretty difficult when you’re comfortable being you after having figured out that no label, even the broad ‘genderqueer’ really fits.
What point was I making.
Anyway, don’t discriminate against cisgender people either just because they’re okay with who they are. It’s exactly the same as discriminating against transitioned people because their body reflects who they are finally, and exactly the same as discriminating against those who are still working toward presenting how they need to be seen.
So... just a warning, I don't think I'll be able to work in your quote. I'm trying to find a way to work in all the wonderfully creative swear words my friend says, too, but I'm not sure if it'll happen.
XDD Hee hee, that’s all right, I don’t mind. I’m still just flattered as hell you named a character after me~ 83c
“I saw The Social Network twice, and I don’t think that’s enough. I think it’s his eye— he has a deep set eye. I’m gettin’ technical. A nice sharp jaw, and a cheek bone, and beautiful lips that look stained with some kind of berry color, natural stain, and they’re full. I’m not sure about the height thing…[but] I find him quite interesting.”—
I still feel kinda gross, but much better than yesterday.
I hope my parents still let me go to Austin this weekend. They’ve been unnaturally snippy lately, and when I mentioned feeling ill yesterday, mom was just like “GO TO BED, THEN AND STOP WHINING. DX” for the last three hours before SHE finally went to bed.
I have therapy next week. I should see if I can reschedule it, ‘cause I don’t want to cut the visit that short.
It appears that the student has become the teacher. Full-time academic and part-time Hollywood star James Franco, who seems to possess more degrees than a thermometer, is taking on a new role: Film professor.
He went to film school and now he teaches film school.