Little Lost Sputnik

Twenty-four.
Hard of Hearing.
Queer.
Genderneutral.
Washington State.
'Mum' to Wheatley the Cat
Phlebotomist/Scientist.

The unusual combination of: Fluttershy, Bruce Banner, John Watson, Castiel, Sam Winchester, Rodney McKay and a dash of Harry Lockhart.

Making me,

E f f i e. C o n n o r

2 years ago on June 12th, 2012 | J | 682 notes

slowly-tongued-by-stephen-fry:

He looks a bit sad.

2 years ago on April 29th, 2012 | J | 1,170 notes

Can I just riff for a moment on some perfect world shit?

outlawroad:

Wouldn’t it be cool as hell if primary platonic partnerships were a thing? A thing for lots of people? Including sexual people? Wouldn’t it be cool as hell if it were seen as a viable, equal option to romantic-sexual partnerships?

Wouldn’t it be cool if we liberated all behaviors of categorization and you could just do whatever the fuck you felt like doing in each individual relationship, no matter what that relationship’s emotional and physical nature?

Wouldn’t it be cool if we just threw out the concept of emotional and even sexual monogamy as law altogether and stopped operating out of this deeply ingrained, socially conditioned belief that there’s not enough love to go around and we always have to compete for our share against other people?

Wouldn’t it be cool if we could love as many people as we wanted, however we wanted, all the damn time?

Wouldn’t it be cool if, instead of your only two options in life being “live and die alone” or “enter into a romantic-sexual monogamous relationship that ends in marriage,” there were actually a shitload of other options? Like having more than one romantic relationship at a time and being committed to all of them and even having some of them be totally nonsexual? Or like committing to a platonic partner as your primary/constant/serious partner in life and living with that person long-term, even if you have romantic and/or sexual relationships with other people on the side?

Wouldn’t it be so, motherfucking cool if sexual people actually did shit like that? Regularly? Like if it was a totally normative, standard, publicly acknowledged lifestyle choice to be in any one of those possibilities?

Wouldn’t it be cool if you could legalize a platonic partnership as its own distinct significant commitment?

Or if you could have more than one legally recognized partnership at a time, no matter the romantic/sexual/platonic/queerplatonic nature of them all?

Wouldn’t it be so cool if sexual people and asexual people could actually form lifelong partnerships with each other and be happy, regardless of either one of them having other important relationships? Wouldn’t it be cool if an asexual person or even another sexual person who isn’t sexually involved with their partner, could actually trust said partner to stay committed to them even if they go off and have sex/romance/whatever with other people? And if that trust was actually a smart, justified thing to do?

Wouldn’t it be cool if romantic friendships between people of the same sex existed again and the world understood them for what they were instead of misinterpreting them as sexual relationships or ordinary romantic-sexual couple relationships?

Wouldn’t it be cool if couple relationships were NOT superior to all other relationships but in fact, all major relationships were equal and conducted to their fullest potential and everybody got their specific needs and desires met in each relationship without having to take anything away from someone else?

Wouldn’t it be cool if celibate asexuals could view the entire human population as possibilities for their intimate nonsexual relationships? Equally viable possibilities?

Wouldn’t it be cool if we saw these platonic partnerships and these polyamorous set-ups and these nonsexual romances and these queerplatonic relationships between aromantics and all other manner of relationships falling out of romantic-sexual monogamy in our movies and books and tv shows and songs and commercials and shit?

Wouldn’t it be cool if the whole world took your primary platonic relationship or your nonsexual romance or your romantic friendship or your polyamorous relationships or your aromantic sexual relationship or your aromantic life partnership as seriously as they take romantic-sexual monogamous marriage?

Wouldn’t it be cool if they actually celebrated those relationships, the way they do marriage?

Wouldn’t it be cool if no relationship desire on the planet was too weird or too specific or too different to be met?

Wouldn’t it be cool if ANYTHING was possible with ANYONE?

Wouldn’t that be fuckin great?

Wouldn’t it be great if we all felt like we could actually have exactly what we want, how we want it?

Wouldn’t it be great if we were free to share affection and intimacy with as many people as our hearts desire, in as many ways, and it was just this easy, natural, simple thing?

Wouldn’t it be great if we walked around truly convinced that there is always enough love for everyone to have as much as they want and we don’t have to worry about it or compete or prove ourselves or play games because there are no rules and we don’t try to possess each other or control each other and we just ask for what we want and give what we want and feel good about it and not care what our loved ones go off and experience with other people?

Wouldn’t it be cool to be that free?

3 years ago on October 10th, 2011 | J | 94 notes
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3 years ago on March 12th, 2011 | J | 400 notes
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Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn’t it? It makes you so vulnerable. It opens your chest and it opens up your heart and it means that someone can get inside you and mess you up.
- Neil Gaiman
3 years ago on March 1st, 2011 | J | 23 notes
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