I have a new boyfriend. He’s an old friend of mine. It’s my first time dating someone who was a friend first. Lots of things feel VERY VERY different from how they usually feel when I’m in love. It’s scaring me.
But the part that’s pertinent here is that I’m really struggling with my feedism…
Fat girls into fattening fat guys. I couldn’t tell, though, whether she really wants to fatten up IRL.
My FWB likes to fantasize about fattening up, but has no desire to make it a lifestyle. In fact, she’s trying to LOSE weight. Weird thing is, though, I’m getting hot thinking about her working out and becoming fit and slim.
Where did that come from???
Hi! I actually posted this. (I guess I feel more comfortable coming out now.)
Do I want to gain IRL? It’s tricky. I don’t think I do, because I’ve never gotten off on all the weight I’ve gained in the past (over 100 lbs over a decade & a half), but I’ve also been informed it’s VERY different when you’re intentionally gaining for a feeder than accidentally gaining just because life. So, yeah. Uncertain. I can say my fantasies run towards the bigger the better but I’m pretty sure that even if I enjoyed gaining IRL there would probably be a point where the returns would diminish too much. (or maybe not? *shrug*)
“It’s easy to tell when someone is drowning.
They wave their arms.
But there’s no way to tell when someone is drowning on their thoughts.
Sometimes we believe that if we bleed ourselves hard enough or press enough needles into our skin, we can send signal flares to those around us.
I thought these things were life preservers, but as it turns out,
they were anchors.
I was pulled under.”—beautyinthebellejar (via beautyinthebellejar)
One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone.
The freedoms of others should be respected, including the freedom to offend. To willfully and unjustly encroach upon the freedoms of another is to forego your own.
Beliefs should conform to our best scientific understanding of the world. We should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit our beliefs.
This means under no uncertain terms that telling a Satanist woman that she can’t have an abortion is against her religion, as it violates her freedom, does not conform to our best scientific understanding of the world, and violates the idea that her body is inviolable and subject to her will alone.
What the Temple is saying is that according to their religion, Satanist women do not have to be subjected to state mandated so-called “Informed Consent” materials (really bullying propaganda designed to scare women out of abortions) and that only the woman has the right to decide whether or not she wants an abortion
The website linked above also includes a letter you can print out and hand to your doctor stating that your deeply held religious beliefs mean that your bodily autonomy cannot be violated.
“Dear future child
If it’s 3am and you find yourself in a world of complete despair
Please do not turn to strangers on the internet for solace as I did
Please climb onto my bed
And I will hold you until the demons sleep
If it is Thursday morning and you are too sad to move
I won’t force you
I will buy ice cream and we will watch your favourite tv show and I will remind you of your importance
If you feel as if you have no purpose
I will remind you that you were created entirely with love and every pain you feel, I feel too
When you’re sure you can’t go on anymore
I will tell you that when I was 21 I searched for peace at the bottom of a vodka bottle chased by a bottle of pain killers
But that five years later
When you were placed in my arms in the delivery room
I realised that you were why I had been holding on
Without realising it, you saved me, do you know how amazing that is?
So if you ever feel like grabbing that vodka bottle, put it down, we will get in the car and I will drive until the sky turns magenta
I will show you how the sun rises every morning to encourage you to rise too
Sweetheart I refuse to be unaware of your sufferings
As my mother was to mine.”—Your mental health is my priority. (via be-fearless-brave-and-kind)