Johnlocked & Benaddicted Queer

my partner got hit on this evening…gotta go stake my claim.

night loves <3<3<3

i wish you all the sweetest of dreams!!!!XD

I see that people are talking about books and I thought I would join in because I love to talk about books! So when I was younger my mom and grandma and dad used to always read to me. And my parents used to take me and my siblings to children book signings... It's where I met J.K. Rowling and other such authors. But I've always had a love for books and reading. This one time in high school my parents even had to take away my books so I would do my homework! To this day I own 100+ books!

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musicsavedmysoul22

you are one lucky duck! man i would faint if i ever met JKR!!! i’m really happy to hear that your parents nurtured your love of reading, i hope more ppl are like your folks!

I'm 26 & confused about my sexuality. I'm biologically female, and I identify as female. I've had sexual experiences with two people, both male (one is my partner of 10 years, married for 5). Pre-Tumblr, I never gave my sexuality any thought. I was just sort of "default" if that makes sense. Now, I've realized that I do find women attractive, and (if I was single) I would not rule out being with a woman. Am I bisexual? Does it matter since I'm already married? Do I need to tell my husband?

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Anonymous

i don’t know what your relationship is like with your husband, but i don’t think those kind of secrets are a good thing. it sounds like you’re bisexual and of course it matters. it’s self-discovery, it’s beautiful thing! it doesn’t change anything about your marriage. you picked someone to spend your life with, and that’s lovely, but it doesn’t change who you’re attracted to! hopefully this knowledge will bring you two closer together!

I have a question about a specific conjugation the them pronoun; can I put themself instead of themselves? Because it sounds more natural to me as the s makes it plural, thought if ask a person who uses them, don't mean to bug you.

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Anonymous

personally i wouldn’t mind it, and i would be hard-pressed to find someone else who would!

I read at a twelfth grade level in 2nd grade but when we got to 3rd grade they put us in 'reading levels' based off how well we read aloud and I sucked at it cause I'm dysgraphic so I got put at 2nd grade level and that's all I could read all year during class.

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Anonymous

hey i have dysgraphia too! and a spatial disorder. they said i’d be lucky if i graducated middle school- and i went all the way thru grad school! HA!

one time in jr High, my schools library was getting rid of books, and the librarian, told me to take anything I wanted. My dad got mad cause I came home with 3 grocery bags filled to the brim with free books. It was at least 50 books. It was awesome!

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cumberbatch-bitch

how could anyone be mad about free books?!!