reminder that being a minority isn’t a moral alignment. bad and bigoted people are members of every group, and rather than pretending they “don’t count,” we need to recognize and take responsibility for that.
"asexuals belong in lgbt spaces!" "demiromantics belong in lgbt spaces!" You're a teenager with crippling social anxiety who has never been to a single club or party or bar or protest with real gay and trans people in your entire life, wtf do you know about "lgbt spaces" lmao
Hello, my name is Reese. I’m the host? Idk if I’m doing this correctly. My psychiatrist believes I have DID, my doctor only gave me a diagnosis of a personality disorder but nothing else despite making it clear, I have alters..so.. if you meet my alters please be kind. I’m new to this and incredibly anxious. :(
I pray that I remember, when the times comes to remember, that Washington is a loathsome southern town with streets filled with illiterate criminals and pallid unwholesome bureaucrats. I pray that I will remember what is is like to fall into bed drunk after eleven beers knowing that there isn’t a chance in hell of being happy tonight. Or tomorrow. Or next week. The show is over here.
Description: When failed scholar Yên is sold to Vu Côn, one of the last dragons walking the earth, she expects to be tortured or killed for Vu Côn's amusement.
But Vu Côn, it turns out, has a use for Yên: she needs a scholar to tutor her two unruly children. She takes Yên back to her home, a vast, vertiginous palace-prison where every door can lead to death. Vu Côn seems stern and unbending, but as the days pass Yên comes to see her kinder and caring side. She finds herself dangerously attracted to the dragon who is her master and jailer. In the end, Yên will have to decide where her own happiness lies—and whether it will survive the revelation of Vu Côn’s dark, unspeakable secrets...
TW(s): Suicide, experimentation, abuse