cumberdone:

i just want a compilation of every single gay thing sherlock & john have done ever

it’s called Sherlock seasons 1-3

neptunain:

there’s an incredibly homophobic and transphobic page on facebook called heterosexuals inspiring pride and they make awful clip art comics that literally make no sense and im laughing so hard

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Anonymous asked:

My gf recently came out to me as asexual. This isn't a huge surprise, we've been dating a couple of years and she's uncomfortable with physical contact, but I still assumed she was allosexual (like me). I've been trying to read a lot and teach myself more since I never want to make her feel pressured to do anything or feel like her identity is invalid, but we're both still new at this. What's one thing you think someone like me should keep in mind when considering their asexual partner?

shuttershades! full of swagger!grimBeatBoxiliatrix Answer:

theasexualityblog:

First of all, you are a fantastic person for being so supportive of her orientation. It’s really great to hear from someone who is allosexual but not put off when finding out their partner is asexual. Major props to you for taking her identity and comfort seriously. You’re a breath of fresh air. :)

Communicate with each other at all times. This is the best thing I can advise you to do. Since you’ve already been together for a few years and you’re already aware of her discomfort with physical contact, you’re probably already well-versed in making sure she’s comfortable with any contact the two of you do have. Outside of that, if you have questions, approach her with them in a non-defensive way and make sure she knows that you’re only trying to understand her orientation better and make sure that you don’t ever make her feel uncomfortable in your relationship. 

I’ll give you some links to check out as well that deal with allo/ace relationships:

Possible Signs of Asexuality - Part 3: About Others

The Afflicted Marriage and Great Compromise

How to Have Sex With an Asexual Person

Let’s Have A Conversation About Compromise and Consent

oh-snap-pro-choice:

Things it is INappropriate to compare abortion to:

  • Slavery
  • The Holocaust
  • Genocide
  • Apartheid
  • The Trail of Tears/Native American cultural destruction
  • Murder
  • The total eradication of an important species from a fragile ecosystem
  • Gender/Orientation/Disability/Race/Wealth discrimnatioin
  • Infanticide

Things it IS appropriate to compare abortion to

  • Abortion

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