IT KINDA HIT ME THAT SOMETHING HORRIBLE COULD HAPPEN TO ONE OF MY INTERNET FRIENDS AND I’D NEVER KNOW AND I’D SIT HERE AND WAIT AND WAIT FOR THEM AND THEY’D NEVER COME BACK SO I JUST WANT TO SAY I LOVE ALL OF YOU OKAY NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS TO YOU GUYS OR TO ME OR ANYTHING OKAY I LOVE ALL OF YOU SO MUCH
I’ve been on the internet since 1996 (hey, I swear I’m the oldest person on Tumblr) and have met SO many wonderful people there including my partner and sometimes I think…holy crap, how would I know if something terrible happened to one of my friends? Would they actually have something in place to tell their internet friends. I mean, there are people I’m really close to but would their families know to inform me and their other internet friends? Amg that would make me sad. :( I need to make a …”inform these people if something happens to me” email list or something.
man I know I get paranoid about this constantly D: I once had a friend not come back for like a day or so and I was like searching for natural disasters or news stories in their area
I’m about to cry. My 60 year old mother watched a netflix documentary and only just now found out she’s asexual. I’ve been trying to figure out how to bring up this idea to her for years. I am so glad to hear her, she’s so happy and saying “there really is nothing wrong with me!” I didn’t realize it wore on her like that. God bless the internet.
THIS is why we need more representation!!!
I went through this horrible feeling for about 7 years and it was enough. It breaks my heart when I hear about people who don’t find out that they’re fine and normal for years and years because of the lack of representation and knowledge about asexuality + aromanticism!
a movie about two asexual aromantic best friends who have a best friend marriage for tax benefits
that does not end with a scene of swelling music and passionate kiss where they realize they really do love each other after all
It ends with a fist bump or something. I’m on board.
but it should end with the big swell of music that makes people think they’re going for the kiss when really it’s for the fist bump ending