superwholock-lucifermademedoit

casey-haunter:

hogwartsisbiggerontheinside:

somedonkusfromasgard:

greatleapsforward:

meowitsraygun:

meowitsraygun:

I’m gonna start an all girl punk band that sings really offensive songs like, “I don’t know how to tell you you’re bad at oral.”

Our second song is going to be called “My eyelashes are longer than your dick.”

id listen to you guys.

Another song could be “Christ will come before I do.”

Oh my god

I’m already a fan. I want merch.

What do you do when you know what you’re going to write about, but you don’t know how to write it…?

It’s been a while since I’ve had to write an academic paper that wasn’t for an art class. And even then, we’d written enough smaller things and what-not in the class where I had somewhat of a familiarity with writing academically. And now I’m stuck with this paper, not a huge one, but still its 1 out of 3 papers we have for the class, and I’m completely stuck. I made an outline of ideas - I know what I’m supposed to write about, what I’m going to write about, I’ve read the sources more than once, and if I had to have a discussion about it in class I could do that. 

But for some reason I cannot find the written words to write this paper. I’ve been working on this since I met with the professor for office hours yesterday at 3, and I just cannot seem to connect the ideas or express them eloquently. 

Like, I could make a list of ideas and themes and stuff, but I’m struggling writing an actual paper, like what is happening to me?

It’s due at 2 and I have a class right beforehand at 12:30 so I have to get this done at noon, and I have no idea what to do because, fuck, I can’t write? Like I think about the material but have no words for them? It’s weird, I don’t know how to describe it and it’s screwing me over and I just want to curl up into a ball and cry because this hasn’t happened to me before and I don’t know what to do and I feel like a failure because I’m struggling so much. 

Ugh. 

theasexualityblog

powerpointandpaint:

10 Slides is not enough. So many other things I wanted to talk about, like Sex-Repulsed and Sex-Positive Aces and everything in between.

But in the end, I really wanted to give Aromanticism some visibility, and Demisexuals and Grey-As I thought rounded the thing out nicely by helping explain to people searching for their identity that asexuality need not be black and white.