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astish:
Like I'm scrolling through your blog and I'm literally crying. God I love them together, why did Naomi have to get fucking cancer uuuuuuggh

C’est la vie (desafortunadamente) :(

Kathryn Prescott being a total badass ;)

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Kathryn Prescott being a total badass ;)

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eri7ca:
Have you ever meet someone like naomi or emily?

I have not. It is my dream to meet a nice girl (*cough* Emily *cough*) and have her be my cutie patootie girlfriend but, unfortunately, that has yet to happen :(

Ask box is open (after so long of being closed) :)

Anonymous:
Hey there. I could use some advice... So - I live in a country where being queer is particularly tough. At least tougher than European and North American countries, that is. Point is, I'm close to becoming an adult and that means getting a job. Well I'm a femme lesbian so people usually assume I like boys... How should I act towards work!people? What if I get engaged one day, am I supposed to tell them or smth? (I don't even have a girlfriend lol)

I understand. For the semester, I am living in Chile and here, being any kind of queer is still pretty taboo. Being bi myself, I thought I would have a pretty tough time explaining what I look for in a future “polol@” (boyfriend/girlfriend). 

After about 3 weeks of walking on eggshells around my host family and making sure to be very ambiguous when talking about future relationships, I let my guard down and opened up to my younger host brother. When I did that, I found out that he is gay! And that our family is very open and honest about the lives of their children, including being queer. 

My point is, we can worry about the “what if” situations of the future (believe me, I do that much too often), but doing that will just end up driving you mad and making you paranoid. So, my advice for you is, be yourself and be confident in that self. If you act like people are going to have a problem with your sexuality, then most of the time, they will. But if you are confident in who you are and who you are with, that will rub off on them. 

And if you feel like the views of your country and the people in it will hinder you in any way (meaning will stop you from being successful because of personal prejudices), then you can always move in with me! I’m looking for a flatmate ;)

That line – “Maybe I only like boys apart from you.” It’s such utter perfection because it’s two things at once. It’s both impossibly sweet and impossibly cruel. It’s ‘you’re special.’ It’s ‘you’re a glitch.’ And we all know which one of those statements is closest to the truth – even Emily knows, I think – but that doesn’t stop it hurting. Because it doesn’t matter how much love there is going on if Naomi isn’t going to let herself be in it. And that double-edged line? It’s half a promise and half a threat.

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That line – “Maybe I only like boys apart from you.” It’s such utter perfection because it’s two things at once. It’s both impossibly sweet and impossibly cruel. It’s ‘you’re special.’ It’s ‘you’re a glitch.’ And we all know which one of those statements is closest to the truth – even Emily knows, I think – but that doesn’t stop it hurting. Because it doesn’t matter how much love there is going on if Naomi isn’t going to let herself be in it. And that double-edged line? It’s half a promise and half a threat.

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Anonymous:
ok so. i met this girl a year ago. shes the only girl i've ever found physically/sexually attractive ever. and i still think shes the most beautiful person ever. but the thing is i've never considered myself bi, because i've never EVER found any other girl attractive. is that weird, that i only like one girl?

Absolutely not :) It is possible for people to be attracted to a person of the same sex or gender without being considered something other than straight. You’ve probably heard this before, but, attraction and sexuality are spectrum concepts (meaning many different possibilities), not linear (meaning one end or the other). 

I say “Go for it!” If you like this girl and she likes you, you should see where it could go. You never know. It may turn out to be a good thing :)

Anonymous:
Naomi vai morrer? E a emily ?

Necesitas verla para encontrar a que pasó…

saxymama:

JESUS 

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katandlily:

Kathryn Prescott by Sarah Dunn

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katandlily:

Kathryn Prescott by Sarah Dunn

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Anonymous:
Yeah, thanks a lot. I'll talk to her as soon as possible, Thank you for giving me an advice :) i'll let you know what happen :)

Please do :) :) :)

Anonymous:
I need some encouragement, I think my Gf is pissed off of me. I haven't had sex with her. I was really afraid to go further than 1st base.

No offense but your girlfriend doesn’t sound too great. If I was in a relationship in which I wasn’t getting the physical affection that I needed, I would be frustrated, yes, but by no means would I take that out on my girlfriend. 

I think what you need to do is have a little chat with her, Ask her if she is upset with you and, if so, what the reason behind it is. If it is because you won’t get physical with her, you need to tell her why you have been afraid to go further so that you two can fix the issue, together. Maybe it’d be best if you worked your way up to the hot and heavy stuff. Baby steps, you know?

But that might not be the case. It may be that she is having a rough time with something completely different. Maybe she’s just having an off-day/week/month. Maybe she got into a fight with her parents or a relative. Or maybe she is just feeling a bit distant from you. Either way, you can;t solve the problem without talking to her. You need to make sure that you two come to an agreement about what ever the issue is.

I hope I have helped :)