@Quinn A@twitter Likewise. Maybe a cross-stitched pillow with "my sexuality is not about you" on it for Christmas.
Favourite column. Love it all.
@Rookie (not the magazine) (not that there's anything wrong with that) We didn't have soft drinks, white bread, crisps that had MSG in, stuff with lots of food colouring, processed lunchable-type-things, or burgers that weren't made of pistachios growing up. Going to other kids' birthday parties was like a glimpse into another world. (Note: neither my brother or I became serial killers, we were not bullied about our healthy-ish packed lunches, and I still became fat, so clearly none of this was a big deal).
Very interesting, thank you.
@ajamacrae AFAIK, it's sort of an umbrella symbol, to include all gender-non-conforming people (genderfluid, agender, etc) as well as just straight-up MTF and FTM trans people. It's taken from a coding term.
@polka dots vs stripes Right? Because mocking your potential partners' sexual identity is just sooo attractive. Ew.
@laurel To give a more extreme example, I let out a tiny scream, fling my hands up to hide, and am nauseated if I come across a picture of a penis on the internet, but if I discover one (not that this outcome is usually in doubt) whilst taking someone's clothes off I am delighted to interact with it. Humans are weird, ok, that is about all that can be said for certain.
The crostini one actually sounds kinda fun. And sex to Morrissey a true test of your love -if you're really into each other, NOTHING can spoil it.
I went and lay down by a hedge to block out light and saw a few, it was amazing. Everyone should stargaze regularly if they're able to.
@VolcanoMouse I would accept a movie of Ilium only if it focused almost exclusively on the wonderful adorable scholarly robots and skimmed over Hockenberry's grossness.