first person to like my post about sex repulsion

was a porn blog



Serenity by Wandering Alice

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I could start fires with what I feel for you.

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tmi thursday

looking up “sex repulsion” on tumblr

reading about other people who experience something in which I have, for months, thought I was completely alone

learning that one can be sex-repulsed without being asexual

learning that one’s level of sex repulsion can fluctuate

learning that one can be repulsed by some sexual things but enjoy others

learning that sex repulsion does not make you a bad person or mean there is something wrong with you

learning that some people do, indeed, not masturbate, nor want to, and this does not mean we must be repressing our sexuality, or that we are unhealthy

learning that you can be attracted to different genders in different ways

understanding that sexuality is complicated and it is okay for me to be whatever I am as long as I am not causing harm

these are all good things that happened tonight and I am all about it 


You know one thing that really bugs me?

How people act when I tell them I don’t like watching movies or reading books with sex. Or listening to detailed conversations about people’s sex lives. Or looking at most images of sex.

Like, I know, I’m kinda sex-repulsed. Big deal. Its a thing. It happens. I’m asexual and have a very tiny specific type of sexual content that I can enjoy in my own little way. Most media doesn’t sway that way. I’ve learned to accept this, and I merely avoid what makes me uncomfortable.

But people act like I’ve shown them my third eyeball or something when I say I don’t watch Game of Thrones because of the sex in it.


Bite me. I don’t like it. Never have.

Repulsion is a thing. For many things. Some people are repulsed by blood. Or feet. Or snakes. Or spiders. Or sweat. When shown an image of it, they get woobley, and woozey, or grossed out, or frightened. Or just generally uncomfortable. This happens.

All of the things that repulse people are natural necessary things. Blood is normal. Its in us. Spiders are normal, and are necessary for the ecosystem. Feet are normal. They are attached to the end of our legs, yet I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had friends who flip shit at the sight of some toes.

When someone tells me they don’t like sweat or germs or feet, I don’t sit there and play twenty questions with them as to why they don’t like them. I say ‘okay’, store it in my brain, and we move on. Easy Peasy.

But why, oh why, with sex, do people feel the need to pull me into the next Spanish Inquisition over why sex makes me uncomfortable? Yes, its normal. And yes, some people find it awesome.

But feet are normal, and I find them pretty awesome, and no one seems to give three fucks as to why people don’t like those.

to the guy who told me “haha so in other words, your brain is broken” when I said I didn’t like the sex scenes in Game of Thrones

Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.

#quotes  #needed  #best  

I no longer have the energy for meaningless friendships, forced interactions or unnecessary conversations. If we don’t vibrate on the same frequency there’s just no reason for us to waste our time. I’d rather have no one and wait for substance than to not feel someone and fake the funk.

by joram nathanael

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I am 100% certain that whatever individuals decided not to include Laverne Cox in the TIME 100 are actively transphobic when they can see that 91% of 88,000 people thought she should be on that list.

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So I’m not very tall (5’ 7”) and sometimes when I see posts where girls are talking shit about short guys and how much they all love tall guys, I feel a twinge of bitterness and think to myself, “I wonder what they’d do if guys all of a sudden started judging them for meaningless physical attributes that they can’t control??”

But then I realize and I’m like ohh, yeah, right, gotcha.

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saying “that’s how things are” is incredibly useless when talking about social issues because yes, we are aware that that’s how things are, and we don’t like it, that’s the whole point

congratulations on providing no useful input to the conversation

Sigh… Also, “life is not fair” and “the real world does not make accommodations.” Exactly.

basically what people mean when they say “that’s just the way things are”

is “i think this is the way things SHOULD be.”

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straight boys think girls can’t take compliments, and that’s ridiculous cause i’ve seen so many girls compliment each other, i’ve seen conversations & friendships blossom from girls complimenting each other in line, on the street, at school waiting for the bus, pretty much anywhere.

the problem is straight boys think sexual harassment & assault are compliments.

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the worst thing you can say to someone is ‘you’re too sensitive’ because that’s basically saying ‘you feel things more deeply and fully than i do and this inconveniences me because now i have to be more mindful of my own actions’ 

you’re not too sensitive, the world is just callous and stubborn. sensitivity doesn’t make you weak and callousness doesn’t make you strong. 

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If the goal is authenticity and they don’t like me, I’m okay. If the goal is being liked and they don’t like me, I’m in trouble. I get going by making authenticity the priority.