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Everything You Need To Know About Asexuality

Your friends are absolutely losing their minds over their crush, over whether or not to lose their v-cards, over the weirdness of oral sex. Meanwhile, you’re just sitting around, twiddling your thumbs and giving absolutely zero damns about any of that. You’re just not sexually attracted to anyone and don’t remember ever being sexually attracted anyone. Congrats, girl, you might be asexual!

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Everything You Need To Know About Asexuality

Your friends are absolutely losing their minds over their crush, over whether or not to lose their v-cards, over the weirdness of oral sex. Meanwhile, you’re just sitting around, twiddling your thumbs and giving absolutely zero damns about any of that. You’re just not sexually attracted to anyone and don’t remember ever being sexually attracted anyone. Congrats, girl, you might be asexual!

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After reading The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy, I’m confident that you’ll feel like the world is your sexual oyster, ripe and ready for you to devour it! I recommend it to anyone who wants to strengthen their sex life–Violet Blue makes learning about all of the possibilities for fantasy fueled sex accessible and exciting.

pennysdirtythoughts:

After reading The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy, I’m confident that you’ll feel like the world is your sexual oyster, ripe and ready for you to devour it! I recommend it to anyone who wants to strengthen their sex life–Violet Blue makes learning about all of the possibilities for fantasy fueled sex accessible and exciting.

Few interpretations of the lives of those sex workers whose careers center upon being viewed—especially dancers, peep-show workers, models and porn actresses—address exhibitionism as a factor in a professional show-off’s experience of her work. I find this astonishing, since my exhibitionism is probably the most important reason for my interest in doing sex work in the first place, and is surely the reason I enjoy it.
Carol Queen, Real Live Nude Girl
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Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928 - May 28, 2014)

INTERVIEWER

James Baldwin… said that “when you’re writing you’re trying to find out something you didn’t know.” When you write do you search for something that you didn’t know about yourself or about us? 

ANGELOU

Yes. When I’m writing, I am trying to find out who I am, who we are, what we’re capable of, how we feel, how we lose and stand up, and go on from darkness into darkness. I’m trying for that. But I’m also trying for the language. I’m trying to see how it can really sound. I really love language. I love it for what it does for us, how it allows us to explain the pain and the glory, the nuances and the delicacies of our existence. And then it allows us to laugh, allows us to show wit. Real wit is shown in language. We need language.

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“Now can I ask you something?” Tareek said.

“Anything.”

“Can I kiss you?”

I don’t know if my heart was thumping crazy from the walk back to the bar or from the prospect of being kissed by this gorgeous Adonis of a man. My suspicions had been confirmed. Tareek was gay. I wanted to say, “Hell yeah you can kiss me,” but I kept cool.

read more of this Active Duty excerpt here!