April is the cruelest month, breeding
lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
memory and desire, stirring
dull roots with spring rain.
— T.S. Eliot, The Waste Land (via viage)
A bunny and his corn
Some kind of ham sandwich
I want you to hold my hand while we grocery shop. I want you to play with my hair while we watch our favorite tv shows. I want you to kiss me in the middle of my sentence because you wanted to taste my words. I want you to rub my back as we fall asleep. I want you to play my favorite song when I look sad. I want you to do these things without having to think about them. Do them because you love me.
— (via jessielou24)
Anonymous asked: do you have any advice for someone who is bi-curious? love your blog by the way!
Thanks for the compliment!
As far as your sexuality goes, do whatever feels right. While labels relating to gender/sexual identity can help us to understand one another, they can often make us feel like we are forced to behave in a certain way, based on the constraints of our identities. You may love and/or be physical with whomever you please; if you experiment, it doesn’t mean that you suddenly have to identify with that sexual orientation! This stuff is all very fluid, so try your best to embrace your attractions/curiosities for what they are, and nurture them! As long as you can manage your emotional well-being during this process, I think you’ll be fine to try things out. Go at your own pace and do what feels right - don’t let anyone else dictate the experience for you, and don’t let anyone make you feel uncomfortable. As long as you communicate effectively with both yourself and other involved parties, you should be fine! :) I hope this helps.