27/01/13 @ 03:22pm
I have this weird theory that I would like to have tested. Unfortunately (and ASTOUNDINGLY), the internet has not looked into this as of yet. INTERNET. HAVE I FOUND SOMETHING YOU DON’T KNOW???
The theory is about sex.
And the difference between cismen who prefer butts to cismen who prefer boobs. (hell, it could include anyone of any sexuality with a penis, I guess, but I’m using the cismen that I know, because I think it’s interesting that they all share the characteristics I’m about to describe. This is only my experience, with hetero and bi cismen)
In my experience, and discussing experiences with friends, I’ve noticed that the dudes I know who have a hard time getting off all prefer butts. And the dudes I know who get off really easily prefer boobs.
And I would like to know if there is a reason for this.
Like, anal provides a much tighter sensation, so they need that to get off? I’m genuinely curious about this, and if it applies to more than just the dudes I know. Where can I get a research grant to figure this out?
So apparently while the rest of the Digimon is either slash, or does very strange fanart of the anthropomorphic or otherwise entirely animal Digimon, I’m over here going “Yes, those two completely pure characters? Well, four, if you count their partners. Yes. I would like serious kinkfic with them. No? You have cuddling fanart? REALLY? THAT’S IT?”
It’s the same with Sailor Moon fandom, super vanilla. Hey guys, I’m pretty sure Mamoru is super kinky with iron-control, and Usagi is just waiting to be corrupted. Or she already is. She reads comics. Probably doujin. She knows what’s up. (she is also a begger. Total pleading sub. “I WAAAAAAAAAAAANT IT MAMO-CHAN” )
I really like juxtaposition between cute and dirty texts.
“I really want to hold you hand at the movies”
“And then we fuck like animals in the back row”
“You are a mind-reader”
10/07/12 @ 01:12pm
■ laci green
I am pissed off because Laci Green, one of the most promising young content creators on YouTube, has been forced off the Internet by death threats—apparently driven by her casual use of the word “tranny” in a video she made more than three years ago. (She apologized and even took down the video.)
Laci makes wonderful, hilarious, sex-positive videos that have been tremendously helpful to millions of people (including me). She makes people feel less alone and less ashamed. She’s wonderful, and YouTube and tumblr are very lucky to have her, and we should all be really pissed that her ability to make stuff has been compromised by threats.
Here’s the truth, although we don’t say it often: You want to know why there are so few women in the Top 100 most viewed lists on YouTube? Because women are far more likely to be stalked, threatened, and attacked on the Internet, and they are far more likely to see those attacks move from cyber-bullying to real life threats, which too often forces them to abandon their work and their audiences.
I’ve been making videoblogs for more than five years, and I have a large audience, and a few overeager fans have found out where I live over the years, and you know what they’ve done about it? They’ve left me candy. Now, to be clear, I was still very uncomfortable and freaked out by this. But they didn’t send me death threats with pictures of my apartment building the way they’ve done to Laci.
And Laci is not alone. Most of the women I’ve known from YouTube—from those with 5,000 subscribers to those with 500,000—have dealt with harassment and stalking, and it has affected their ability to create stuff.
It’s not acceptable. It’s not acceptable to respond to a transphobic comment with a threat to kill someone. It’s not acceptable to harass and stalk women because you want their attention. And it’s not acceptable to use threats and intimidation to silence women you disagree with.
YouTube and tumblr should respond aggressively to these reports, and we need stronger laws to combat this crap, because I’m tired of seeing brilliant women driven away from the Internet by trolls with nothing to contribute.
- Having sex every day.
- Saving sex for your wedding night.
- Never having sex.
- Having sex with different people.
- Having sex with one person.
- Having sex with a person of your same gender.
- Loving sex.
- Hating sex.
- Being loud.
- Being quiet.
The only thing wrong with sex?
When it’s not consensual.
Because that’s not sex. That’s rape.
Reblogging again because this post is so important.
06/03/12 @ 12:53pm
■ this is important
■ jon stewart
28/07/11 @ 05:51pm
■ Martin and Benedict Stalk Tumblr
■ martin freeman
■ benedict cumberbatch
■ purple shirt of sex
■ made of kittens