"You’re welcome for letting you see my boobs.”
I jumped in a pool with John Cho and looked up from underwater to see the surface of the water and someone had opened a can of rotting shrimp into the pool and there were hundreds of tiny spiders trying to eat the shrimp.
Dreams are so weird. I love talking about them. (real talk I'm terrified of spiders and crushing on john cho so I don't think that was too weird.)
@sakade Stop. Those are amazing names.
@MandyMcAwesome This has been hashed and rehashed so often over the past 2 years and I don't totally disagree, but I'm just tired. I think it's fine to be nostalgic, and very fine to not like the content anymore. I'm tired of negativity and I feel like maybe it does a bit to silence the people that do still want to comment and like things and participate.
I definitely agree on the visible decline in queerness though. I dunno. I guess I just don't want to discount the interesting work that's been put in more recently.
Yogurt drinks! Yogurt + ice + a tiny bit of sugar + a splash of milk. Fruit if your heart desires.
I sincerely hope you've read Claudia Rankine's Citizen. Her passage on Serena Williams gives this a lot of context (if you don't already follow sportsball).
@shalalas That is definitely the most embarrassing thing I've ever posted on the internet. And I had a livejournal.
I've been on the pill for a number of years (I should probably keep track?) and I am very happy with it. I don't feel any desire to 'know the real me' because I am the real me, and I just happen to take a contraceptive.
That said, there was definitely a trial and error period (heh) where I tried out a couple other pills that.did.not.work. One made my boobs feel like pins and needles all the time and that was freaky. The other definitely made me unbearably emotional. But the one I'm on now feels fine--either I've adjusted to any slight side effects or I didn't really have any to begin with. Sex drive: check, skin: constant, weight: constant, emotions: stable, boobs: still MIA. I don't know--I am happy with how my body has adjusted and I don't fear that there is another non-hormonal me just waiting to be revealed.
@lemonadefish You made your boyfriends take the placebo pills....I am so ridiculously impressed. Why didn't I think of this???