monsters and demons and gods and pseudo-science and ant-man and a guy who is frozen in a glacier for 70 years and avengers being the illuminati and alternate timelines and people being turned into frogs and magic rainbow bridges and magic

and you cry because thor now has a very slightly larger pair of titties and an innie instead of an outie

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School: We don't allow bullying if you bully we will fuck you up
Student: I got bullied.
School: The fuck do you want us to do about it?

I need a hug or an orgasm.
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Hey kids, it’s two brilliant things that you’ll never get the chance to appreciate.


Hey kids, it’s two brilliant things that you’ll never get the chance to appreciate.

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You are not alone


If you are being hurt by a person, they’re likely trying to convince you that no one else could possibly understand your relationship.

If you’re being hurt by your family, they’re likely trying to convince you that no one else could possibly understand your family.

If you are being hurt by a community, they’re likely trying to convince you that no one from outside the community can possibly understand.

It’s not true. You are not alone. There are others outside your relationship, family, and community, who can relate to what you’re going through and who can help.

Some aspects of your relationship, family, or community are unique. Some of them are probably unusual, positive, and hard for outsiders to understand. But that is not the barrier that those who are hurting you want you to think it is. It is not insurmountable.

People do not have to understand absolutely everything in order to relate to your experiences in important ways.

You can make connections with others, and a lot of things you have experienced will be very, very similar. Some aspects of abuse are universal. Others are very common. (One very common aspect of abuse is that there is often something about the relationship that is positive, unusual, and secret or hard to describe.). 

The people who you can relate to may be very different from you in a lot of ways. They may be a different age, ethnicity, religion, race, gender, or culture than you. Maybe they are disabled and you aren’t. Maybe their disability is different, or more severe, than yours. Maybe the particular horrors they faced took a different shape. That matters, but it’s not the only thing that matters.

It is ok to relate to the experiences of people who are very different from you. It is not appropriation. (It is not ok to pretend that your experiences are identical; but it’s completely possible to relate without doing that.) Don’t let anyone tell you to only listen to people who are just like you. We all need each other.

People may be trying to isolate you, but you are not alone. Other people can and do understand and care about the ways in which you are getting hurt.

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So I just booked a trip to Disney for 9/5-915 so I can work for a bit.


i haven’t slept in some days

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At Mickey's Halloween Party my girlfriend and I were dressed as Carl and Ellie:

Jack Skellington: Oh you're that couple from that movie! Man, I love that part at the beginning, when you're walking up the hill, and you fall! Oh boy, I just laughed and laughed!
Character host: No, Jack, that part's supposed to be sad!
Jack: Oh, well I thought it was hilarious!
Character host: Well to humans that's the sad part, I mean, she's dead now!
Jack: Well of course she is, I see her every Friday!
Character host: So while you were in the theater and everyone else was sobbing you were laughing?
Jack: Well sure! Oh... oh sweet mother of mercy... I had it all wrong... so... Nemo's mother... that wasn't funny either?
Character host: No, that part was really sad!
Me: Did you laugh at the end of Toy Story 3, too?
Jack: Of course! And... Bambi's mother, and the gun? That wasn't funny to you?
Character host: No! You know I'm not sure if I still want to go to the movies with you this weekend...