watch how quickly men hate lesbians when they exist outside of their porn fantasies
2014 / 8 / 18
2014 / 8 / 17
today at work i asked a customer if he wanted french vanilla creamer with his coffee and he said no because he wanted the “heterosexual” creamer instead and it just blows my mind that straight people say shit about how queer people “force our sexuality on them” because i have never met a single queer person who has done something like assign a sexuality to coffee creamer
what does heterosexual creamer even mean
no homogenized milk
I don’t know which one of these I want the most….
oh my fucking god gimme
2014 / 8 / 15
I don’t care if this isn’t your blog type, if you don’t reblog this I’m judg-
why the fuck does kimberly get less coffee
get rid of jeffrey and keep his mug
This is the perfect visual metaphor for heterosexuality.
I really can’t get over what a good metaphor this is.
they could’ve just made them square but that’d probably be too gay
but then how would the dude be in the lady’s space, expropriating her value? D:
Guys, this is obviously literally meant as a metaphor for the depressingly common dynamics of most heterosexual relationships, and indeed of society in general.
the ‘hers’ cup only appears to have a normal shape when paired with the ‘his’ cup. on its own, the cup would appear to be missing something. why is heterosexuality so terrible?
This has to literally be a metaphor for heterosexual relationships. There is no way someone made such a perfect representation by accident.
I love to hate unnecessarily gendered stuff
2014 / 8 / 14
7 Things I Wish Parents Would Stop Teaching Their Children:
- That nudity is inherently sexual
- That people should be judged for their personal decisions
- That yelling solves problems
- That they are too young to be talking about the things they’re already starting to ask questions about
- That age correlates to importance
- That interacting with someone of the opposite sex is inherently romantic
- That the default for someone is straight and cisgender
I had number one on my mind today. I went swimming today with my mom’s daycare kids and my mom kept saying “watch out for Sydney she sometimes grabs boobs” and I was like okay? She is like seven years old, seven years ago she was fed by breasts, why is it surprising that children want to touch boobs and why do we sexualize children’s innocent (non-sexual) curiousity?