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I bought cute undies at the mall today. The lady shopping next to me said “I have to ask, my son is trans, I am buying him underwear… I mean her, still working on the her thing, sorry, but could you help me? Please!”
I almost cried.
really though nothing makes me happier than supportive parents of trans* kids
Latin American Studies Majors:
Religious Studies Majors:
Women & Gender Studies Majors:
Friendly reminder ԅ(≖‿≖ԅ) that if you don’t sleep with someone for the sole reason that they’re HIV positive then you ARE being discriminatory towards a human being with a disease and you’re scum of the earth ｡◕‿◕｡ It’s basically as bad as saying you couldn’t love somebody with cancer. Respect people’s feelings. (◕‿◕✿)
this site is absolutely TOO MUCH
this is the last straw. im out
Things wrong with that statement:
For starters, condoms are only 99% effective. This doesn’t only apply to preventing pregnancies, there is still some risk of infection.
Therefore, fuck you. I have every right to refuse to sleep with someone because they have a sexually transmittable disease or infection.
In fact, I have every right to refuse to sleep with someone for /any/ reason. It’s my body and my sexuality, you don’t get to tell me who to boink and you damn well don’t get to tell me that I can’t refuse a boink on the grounds of not wanting to risk an STI.
TL;DR: My body, I get to decide what goes in it. Fuck off.
reblogging for commentary
I’d like to emphasize the point that there is no inherent right for anyone to have sex with another person. Denying someone sex is not being discriminatory, it’s controlling your own body, as stated. And I’d like to point out that relating refusal of sex to inability to love someone, for whatever reasons, is relating two things that are completely different and is also allosexist. There’s a big difference between controlling/manipulating feelings and choosing, or not choosing, to perform actions.
Also, stop making it sound like a person is obligated to have sex with someone if they like everything about them but one thing. Anything that makes a person not comfortable enough to give consent is something to respect.
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