"sexuality isn't just about who you are sexually attracted to"
I chewed on "emotionally attracted to" for a while. In my mind that means "friends and loved ones"..virtually all of whom I have zero desire to do the shag nasty with.
Hetrosexual: attracted to the opposite sex
Homosexual: attracted to the same sex
Bisexual: attracted to both sexes
Asexual: not interested in sex
It's not that hard!
I've seen a lot of people saying things like "I'm heterosexual but biromantic, I wouldn't mind having a platonic long term relationship with a woman." And it's like, that's a friend or a roommate. If I were single, sure, I wouldn't mind sharing a house with another woman if we were really close friends, but that's not a couple.
I consider "romance" to be more than just hanging out with someone and living together. And I think the only time someone's sexual and romantic orientations would be different, is if they are bisexual and open to sex with both genders, but only want to date/marry/settle down with one. One of my friends is like that, she is pansexual but only interested in relationships with women.
Racism has lost all meaning at this point. It's an empty scrap of hyperbole that is thrown around as a buzzword. If white people are racist no matter what, then forgive me for not caring when some histrionic whack job accuses me of such. The diluting of the concept of racism is one of the biggest travesties in recent memory.
I've been saying for some time - The current crop of SJW/far left/radical left/leftist media/antifa/millennial snowflakes/tumblrinas have been destroying language for the last few years. So efficiently I've almost come to suspect it's somehow their goal, but I can't figure out the end-game.
"If someone makes baseless accusations about you, and you don't like that, you're the problem."
"If you black, and someone calls you a gangbanger, and your first reaction is be annoyed because you have never been in a gang, you are the problem, not the racist shithead that assumed you were a gangbanger"
But yeah, if you call everyone racist, and they know they aren't racist (at least not proper racist, hard to really know about subconcious biases) then they will disregard everything you say and won't have a problem supporting racist individuals if they don't see the racism themselves.
Saw an article saying the same thing about men and seduction recently. If you enact the harshest punishment for the slightest offence, then people will take one of two choices: stop playing, or embrace a life of transgression.
It had that quote I quite liked:
Chen Sheng was an officer serving the Qin Dynasty, famous for their draconian punishments. He was supposed to lead his army to a rendezvous point, but he got delayed by heavy rains and it became clear he was going to arrive late. The way I always hear the story told is this:
Chen turns to his friend Wu Guang and asks “What’s the penalty for being late?”
“Death,” says Wu.
“And what’s the penalty for rebellion?”
“Death,” says Wu.
“Well then…” says Chen Sheng.
And thus began the famous Dazexiang Uprising, which caused thousands of deaths and helped usher in a period of instability and chaos that resulted in the fall of the Qin Dynasty three years later.
Lolol. That's actually kinda funny.
That was actually pretty good lol.
Not even mad, actually laughed at this
That is actually a solid joke. You gotta be able to laugh at both sides.
Also- she really doesn't look that old. If you told me she was 40 with her hair dyed grey, I'd believe you easily.
And what if you offer your seat, but they turn out to be like 45? They probably feel bad because you thought they were a full decade older.
I love how both the Blonde woman and the one at the extreme right (right of the whiny 'old person' 's head) are like "wtf is that woman doing?"
but yeah. There's clearly a seat available, why is she whining?
Maybe the "inconsiderate youths" are pregnant or disabled.
I was sitting in the disabled seat on a bus once and this guy without saying a word walked up and shoved his disabled bus pass about 6 inches from my face.
So without saying a word I pulled mine out and showed it to him.
So... women are too emotionally fragile to engage in intellectual debate? We should just be coddled, indulged, and humored?
I hope the first response was "No, you're wrong."
Right? I love to debate and hear other people's perspectives. Also if I'm wrong about something I want to be told. I'd rather learn something new than sound like an idiot.
I can't believe you just raped her like that
Rip, tear, psssssssss. Problem solved.
That makes no sense.
It flies in the face of that "penises aren't male" agenda they've been trying to push onto everybody.
No, we must be equal. Go piss on the floor in the women's restroom.
Actual justice: let's do what we can to make life better for everyone.
"Social Justice": someone has a convenience you can never have? Take it away from them! Equality! Aren't we being annoying? Doesn't that make you believe in our cause??
CONTEXT: It's a child's film on Netflix about sneks. The scene that she's whinning about refers to a moment where two skinny sneks belittle the mc fem snek for being 'fat'(in context, she's just a healthy snake and they are two oddly skinny sneks) and encourage her to do what they do and not eat.
They are portrayed as assholes that should be ignored.
Imagine being so triggered-happy that you completely overlook the message in order to be offended.
I wonder if they're talking about the 2005 Matthew Mcconaughey film or the 2017 video that nobody's seen.
Itchy trigger finger gotta be itched.
I'm a guy lesbian who identifies as oppressed kin.
Fuck you shitlords
TIL I'm a man and a lesbian.
A trigger warning next time you try to verbally oppress me with your language, fuckboy.
If you like someone of a gender that's not your own then it's kinda hetero
Actually, if memory serves, he was a "boi", not a "boy". Avril was ahead of the game when it came to fuccbois.
Jesus I never thought I'd see the day where Avril Lavigne's Skater Boy song was seen as outdated, backward and old fashioned.
2002 is the new 1950s.
can these people function in society?
They're 12, so not yet.
As a mentally ill person, FUCK YOU.
Based on their second comment, I have a feeling they have a hard time getting along with other people because they're an asshole. That, or they feel like too much of an outsider in order to do anything about it.