like… some people think you need a solid reason to not consent to sex, and they’ll accept “not ready” as a reason but never ever accept “don’t feel like it”

like there are definitely high school guys (and older, but like) who are okay with waiting till their girlfriends are “ready” but then as soon as they’ve had sex for the first time it’s like “ok cool, glad you’re ready and we can have sex whenever i want now”

i also think it’s important to say that like, yeah, definitely spread around “it’s okay to not be ready,” that’s important, but it’s equally vital to make it known that it’s okay to not want to have sex whenever, you’re never obligated. because i think some people do internalize “it’s okay to not be ready”  but then feel like once they’ve had sex once, they have to keep on having it even if they’d rather not, because they’ve proved themselves ready.

psykofishie:

50shadesofacceptance:

superdodirty:

it ok to not be ready

Please spread this shit like wildfire. People go on and sit through the whole experience and they’re uncomfortable because they just want to please their partner and they don’t tell them that they want to stop because they are not ready. It’s okay not to be ready. 

i thought somebody else might need to hear this, because i did.

(via metapod)

buzzfeed told me i was liz phair which makes sense

badfuckingpuns replied to your post “i think i lowkey fucked up my pie? are you supposed to bake the crust…”

depends what kind of pie! If it’s a fruit pie and the bottom crust isn’t totally baked it’ll just be kind of gooey and fruity from the juices. if it’s like a custard pie it might be a problem, though

it’s a custard pie i fucked up :(

i did stick the crust in the oven for a couple minutes before pouring the filling in but idt it did much

oh well the rest will still taste fine