It’s National Bow-tie day today (apparently). So here’s me in a bow-tie.
Selfies are part of me trying to like myself a bit more, so I’m being brave and posting these.
a) everyone go tell nat that they’re a super cutie because OBVS
b) best/worst things about polyamory #234210: i can’t call jess’s taste questionable when i get compliments, because nat’s adorable.
I rarely get good pictures of Orph, he’s too curious about my phone, but he has decided our new side table is for him. #kitty #orpheus #catstagram
i once reblogged a pic of orpheus’s sister eris and today feels like a good day to bless you all with the other pair of the kitty duo
orpheus is large and still heavier than he looks. he obviously has the most lovely eyes and can look extraordinarily dignified. he does not act like it. he is a fat gay cat baby and we should all honor him by being a little more like shameless gorgeous fat gay cat babies ourselves today.
lee you write the best commentary on our cats i swear to god
from now on i’m just going to post cat pictures no comment and you can write the description because they’re always perfect.
Natalie Dormer and Katie McGrath take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
This is amazing for so many reasons and kind of adorable.
Coercion is when you make the consequences to saying “no” to intimacy so great that it removes any reasonable choice. There is more obvious coercion, such as threats, either externally or internally directed. But I find that coercion just sort of organically arises when you believe that your partner, in that moment, owes you intimacy. If you think your partner owes you intimacy, and you are just “expressing your feelings,” there’s a good chance you’re being coercive. If your partner says “no,” and you start preparing for a fight instead of accepting their choice, you’re probably going to be coercive.