dont-harshmyvibe:

if you tickle me it’s either going to lead to kissing or an extreme act of violence

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@11 hours ago with 225226 notes

Anonymous said: Someone made a generalisation, I said that it's not a good idea to generalise. I would say that to anyone making a blanket statement about a particular group. I don't condone rude statements or innuendo towards anyone and just got into a row last night when a guy made both at my sister. I know it's done, I don't do it or think it's ok. I am also far from ignorant of the sexism and misogyny of society. I'm not saying you hate men I'm just saying don't write us all off as the same.

You’re focusing only on you and how it makes you feel. Just because you don’t do it doesn’t mean that it can’t be confronted. There is a bigger picture here. The generalization made called out a very real and common issue that goes deeper than just body hair removal and preferences. If you look at that post, you’ll see that I reblogged it as well as over 200,000 other people have liked and/or reblogged it. It’s not just me. If you look at the notes from people who have commented on your asks that I’ve responded to you will see the responses from women and men who agree with me. It’s not just me. We are not irrational. You are upset about a generalization, we are upset with living in a world where we are told how to be by everyone who doesn’t have any right to tell us what to do with our bodies and damned when we don’t follow it to a perfect t.

@12 hours ago with 3 notes

Anonymous said: Have you had a lot of bad experiences with males? You sound like a missionary.

I have been forced to deal with cat calling, unwanted, undeserved, and unprovoked sexual attention, body shaming and criticism that comes with the objectification of women in society just like EVERY OTHER WOMAN has had to and still has to deal with. “Not All Men” participate in the mentioned above, but Yes All Women have to deal with these struggles on a daily basis.
I do not hate men in any degree, I just refuse to support the misogyny that has been so deeply ingrained in society today.

@12 hours ago with 5 notes
#Hahahah 'misandry' #not all men #yes all women 

Anonymous said: And I don't expect the world to adhere toy preferences. Hairless grooming is popular these days, on both sides, don't act like it's a one sided expectation.

I never said it was a one sided expectation, but tell me how many people, who identify as male, that you’ve come in contact with who are hairless to the degree that women/people who identify as female ARE EXPECTED TO BE AS A STANDARD IN SOCIETY.
The fact of the matter is that, while both genders may practice hair removal, men are not expected to go to extreme, and sometines very painful, measures to remove their body hair lest they *gasp* be deemed lesser (less sexually appealing, less hygenic, less feminine) by society. Ask five random dudes if they would date a girl who didn’t shave their legs/ armpits and see what they say.

@13 hours ago with 4 notes
#hair removal #misogyny #body policing #body shaming 

Anonymous said: Please keep us updated with your IUD experiences! I have a penis, but I took a class on human sexuality that involved a section on contraceptives and we got to see almost every kind up close. Things like the sponge, cervical cap, and spermicidal film all just seemed weird, but I was fascinated by the IUD. It has the smallest descrepancy in effectiveness rates between "proper use" and "actual use" among all contraceptives, even abstinence.

Definitely will do!

@14 hours ago with 1 note

magnezone:

don’t get it twisted like i respect bugs for being the best they can be in spite of their specific assigned flesh prisons and their ecological significance but they need to stay the fuck away from me 

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@1 day ago with 41255 notes

Anonymous said: I find it creepy. Me. It's called a preference, I'm not telling women to have or not have hair. If you're going to chastise men for generalising then it would be wise not to do it yourself.

Wah wah I just got generalized and I can’t handle it I’m a special snowflake praise me for being different I’m not like all the other men

@1 day ago with 2 notes

*first pap smear*
Me: don’t look at her don’t look don’t look that feels so weird what is that thing oh that’s my cervix she’s touching no eye contact

@1 day ago with 6 notes

Anonymous said: I can ask five men if they would date a woman that didn't shave and yes, they would most likely say no. I could also ask five women if they would date a man didn't shave, manscape, etc. and would most likely receive the same response. People should groom how they like and if people place that much importance on grooming over personality then they're probably not worth being with anyhow.

I most certainly agree, but the reactions among men and women would differ. If a woman didn’t shave her armpits or legs, she would receive criticism from every angle. She is considered unhygienic, messy, unfeminine, unattractive by most people, women included. If a man didn’t “manscape” he’d barely receive any backlash. Just the terms used to groom ourselves is different. “Manscape” vs women shaving/plucking/waxing/laser hair removal on 90% of their body that grows hair that isn’t their head.

@11 hours ago with 4 notes

Y’all I finally got back to my pre-op weight. Let’s see if I can get back down to my training weight.

@12 hours ago with 4 notes
#I didn't even realize it #until I had to be weighed at the doctors #aw hell ya 

Anonymous said: Kenna, I want to tell you that i think you're gorgeous. I've had such a HUGE crush on you the past few years. Just thought I would tell you and also just say hi. I hope you have a great weekend.

Awww thank you so much! Are we friends IRL?!?!

@12 hours ago with 2 notes

Anonymous said: Good luck with you hypersensitivity and generalisations, they will take you far. Do the left a favour and don't claim it, you're the epitome of what is wrong with it.

Aren’t you the one who’s hypersensitive about generalizations? I mean, why else are you posting anonymous butthurt into my inbox?

@13 hours ago with 5 notes

fawnbabe:

If he doesn’t care about your orgasm, he doesn’t care about you

(via skyl0rd)

@1 day ago with 20220 notes
#truth #like that's so key 

Anonymous said: And you know damn well that when I said I found them creepy I was referring to the practice of removing all body hair, not the individual.

Actually I believe you specifically stated you found it creepy when women remove all their body hair. W/e not your body, you opinion doesn’t natter. I would never tell any of my sexual partners (or any other person, for that matter) how to groom themselves. I have my preferences too, but I don’t expect the world to adhere to mine.

@1 day ago with 2 notes
#body hair removal #body shaming #body policing 

Anonymous said: Move on, they tell me as I dream about her. But sometimes moving on isn't easy. Sometimes the deeper you push it down the harder it bounces back up. Those nights I woke up in a cold sweat at 3am weren't revealing my weakness, but were a testament to how intense my feelings can get. They showed me how good things were and how great they can be.

Moving on is hard. Focus on doing things that make you happy and improving your quality of life. Forcing yourself to “move on” will just make the process longer and harder. It will come with time, whether you want it to or not.

@1 day ago with 3 notes