1960s? 1970s? I Milked A Dairy Goat pinback. Not sure exactly why this existed, but I’m pretty glad it did.
Cute little nubian goat! I want to give these to the little kids who come over.
Then I want to be a little kid who comes over!
|—||Said Ze Frank here.|
So you might know Jessi from SciShow Talk Show. She and her husband run a small business educating people about wildlife with abandoned or displaced exotic animal that can’t be released into the wild. She’s brought in all kinds of amazing animals for us to share with our audience; the Prehensile-Tailed Porcupine probably being the most famous.
Jessi and her husband Augusto recently adopted twin, two-month old boys. A couple of months later, one of them, Jackson, was diagnosed with a rare seizure disorder that is interfering with his development. The insurance is covering his wheel chair and medications, but they won’t cover the elevator necessary to get Jackson into his house or the wheelchair-accessible van they need to move around as a family.
Jessi and Augusto are two of the hardest working and most compassionate people I’ve ever met. I’m so pleased to have been able to work with them. Unfortunately, they just don’t have the money to provide for all of Jackson’s needs. They’ve set up a YouCaring page if you’d like to find out more about how you can help.
I second this.
See the toy? Lodged in the rectum. Just because you’re an adult with a Buzz Lightyear does not mean Buzz Lightyear is an adult toy. *For external use only*
After working to enhance and problem-solve sexuality for over a decade, I’ve learned that there isn’t a formula for how we get along/get it on. This is one of the most amazing aspects of being human—you’re completely unique, an original, the winner of the great sperm race. You can’t be forced into an algorithm!
So when sharing your unique self with others (yes, euphemism intended), be gentle with your differences and confident about your quarks. I suggest making a list of them: what you like about you and what needs change. Then keep yourself occupied with caring for yourself like flossing and masturbating. This gives the Others in your life integrity to care for themselves too. Remember the goal isn’t to complete each other; we’re adding to each other.
Here are some additional helpful intimacy go-tos:
- HUMOR = the playful, random*ish laughter kind—not sarcasm, which literally means ‘to tear flesh’
- FRIENDS = it takes a village to raise a child; it takes a village to raise an adult
- VOLUNTEER = serving others gives meaningful perspective. It is also a great way to meet people and make friends
- ASK = sex/intimacy/relationships are not innate abilities; we have to learn them just like English and Swimming. Ask questions. Ask for help. Ask to play.
The only way to know is to find out.
Reblog if you love spectrums as much as me…Imma probs end up stalking ton of you #oops #sorryimnotsorry :P
For further reading on romantic vs. sexual attraction, I assign to you the movie, “De-Lovely,” a biopic about Cole Porter. Warning: mixed reviews, but 18-year-old-me really enjoyed it as he was grappling with how his own feeling were. ^_^
PLUS OMG DE MUSIC
Go Ashley, Go! Woot woot!