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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« Last post by Sexy St. Nigel on Today at 06:04:53 am »



WOMP BAIT

And terrifying WOMP bait, at that. Aquatic Suu could destroy whole CITIES.
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Maybe she's one of those people who don't think bi people exist.

Or one of those people who thinks that her personal definitions override everyone else's experiences.
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saw The Constantine pilot yesterday and I am cautiously optimistic. Sure they changed Chas and i keep looking for a cigarette in John's mouth, but the actor seems to have the attitude mostly right: angry, snarky, and just this side of broken. it's about as good as i expected from a major network treatment of the source material and it looks like they're going to set up some cool storylines from the comics (fuck yea Zed!) so for the time being I willing to give it my three episode test: it gets three episodes to not fail, and if it passes that, its all gravy.
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I am unable to respond to this because of your avatar.
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Holy shit. I was just looking for an example of shitty Salon.com clickbait for a rant/article and this is perfect. The Goddess provides.
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Maybe she's one of those people who don't think bi people exist. 
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Things you didn't want to know about EoC's dick:  it wants nothing to do with getting wet unless there's trust on both sides of it. Like a dick sandwich on trust bread. Then it's like awww yeeaaah.

 :aaa::1fap:
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source="the comments"
danicastone Aug 4, 2014
The problem here is in people who are not in the bisexual community, and don't identify as bisexual, defining bisexuality in a way that lets them keep their old identity. Instead of learning what people who do use the label, who understand it deeply from within their history and culture and community and shared experience, mean by "bisexual".

In the bi world, "bisexual" doesn't just mean being equally attracted to all genders. Or being "as a rule, attracted to men" as well as women. It very frequently - maybe even most often - means "I simply fall in love with people and donít hold their gender against them."

There are also scores of Kinsey 4.5s in the bisexual community - people who are, as a rule, with people of one particular gender, but who are sometimes attracted to others, who dated others in the distant past, who have dated or married people whose gender identity changed, or who just are open to the possibility that they might be drawn to someone different.

The best analogy might be the "straight" woman who falls in love with another woman but doesn't want to give up the privilege and emotional security that comes with continuing to call herself straight.

It's hard to give up the idea of your identity as fixed and secure, and to give up the familiarity and security and visibility and sense of normalcy of being straight... Or even of being gay, compared to being bi. It's easier to deny those people's reality and define them as whatever will keep them different than you. Even if that means perpetuating their invisibility and "otherness" by writing articles like this one.

So much this goddamn it.

That was really well put.
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Things you didn't want to know about EoC's dick:  it wants nothing to do with getting wet unless there's trust on both sides of it. Like a dick sandwich on trust bread. Then it's like awww yeeaaah.
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Sex in those scenarios doesn't seem like any fun, anyway.

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