The name is Taelor. Or Tristen - I kinda leave that up to the individual.
I'm an odd child - pretty quiet dude, but I'm loud around the right people ;D
Have any burning questions?
ASK. It's there for a reason, Broseidon.
"How far have you gone in a relationship?" questions really bother me. Not only is it none of your business (unless you’re a potential mate, then of course we would have to discuss this sort of thing to establish boundaries) but it’s extremely invasive and rude to ask.
As an asexual individual, I feel odd answering these questions because the extent of my past relationships (mind you, I’ve had two serious, long-term relationships; one lasting almost a year, the other, about 5-7 months) were not serious to the point of mushy details of our time together, partially because I was a young teen. But in any sense, I find it important to note both of those relationships were with people older than myself and they had a sort of “expectation.”
The problem I have with these kind of questions is simply that I feel something is wrong with me if I respond a certain way. It all stems from our overly sexualised society. If you don’t have sex something is wrong with you. If you don’t have sex you just need a “good fuck.” In other words, get raped.
Really nice world we’ve got, huh?
It’s sickening how being the way I am is looked upon so poorly. I cannot help the fact I don’t have sexual desire with another human being. If I could, I would do so in a heartbeat because it’s so much easier to just enter a relationship without having to say, “oh, by the way, we will never have sex.”
Sex is such a big deal to so many people, in fact, some believe it is the defining characteristic of a relationship - the defining characteristic of romance, when that is far from true. Romance could be equated to love, whilst sex could be equated to lust.
I am entitled to my own body and what happens to it. This is MY vessel and I should be allowed to do with it what I please.
Next time someone random asks me this, I am not putting up with it because I don’t think it concerns you. If we are together or plan on being together, I will gladly discuss it in an adult-like manner and I expect the other person to be an adult as well. I just do not want to be shamed for my sexuality or lack there of. I do not want to be associated with people who are incognisant of my personal life and ask invasive questions regarding my gender, body, or sexuality.
My first tattoo! a watercolour wolf on my left calf.. done at Daventry ink in northamtonshire UK by a very talented artist called Adam. Done in one 3.5hour sitting :)
Please don’t change the source. AS IT IS- Can’t Save Myself.
Dan and Phil and the tiny forest spirit. [i tried to make the little fellow semi-transparent]
I have nothing to add to this. It is perfect as it is because this statement perfectly states the problem.
Omfg, guys. My friend, Katie, drew a picture of me with one of the costumes I wore during the musical and aghhhhh! She’s wonderful. I love this and I’m keeping it forever.
Black: I would date you.
Green: I think you’re cute.
Blue: You are my tumblr crush.
Grey: I wish you would notice me.
Purple: I don’t talk to you but I really love your blog.
Teal: We have a lot in common.
Yellow: FUCK ME, LET’S FUCK.
Orange: I don’t like your blog.
Brown: I don’t like you.
Pink: I think you are unattractive.
Red: I hate you with a burning passion.
White: Marry me.