ATTENTION ALL GIRLS AND LADIES: if you walk from home, school, office or anywhere and you are alone and you come across a little boy crying holding a piece of paper with an address on it, DO NOT TAKE HIM THERE! take him straight to the police station for this is the new ‘gang’ way of rape. The incident is getting worse. Warn your families. Reblog this so this message can get accross to everyone.
I will always reblog things like this, it won’t ruin your blog or the look of it, and this could potentially save a life.
this is fucking creepy so yeah reblogging
Anonymous asked: Ah, I don't think of depression as a weak person's problem.. I just can't finically afford to deal with it and as for this moment, I am doing well. But thank you! I would like to explore myself sexually but I recently came to the realization that I am grossed out by myself so it would be very difficult for me to get off masturbating even though I am not fantasizing about myself. But thank you, thank you! The reassurance of knowing that there is nothing wrong with me is quite settling.
Learn to love yourself, your flaws and even your perfections (I believe people have perfect qualities). I’m sure you’re a beautiful woman and you should cherish yourself. Just remember, there’s nothing wrong at all, you’re going to be okay. You just need to do some self assurance work. We all do.
Anonymous asked: I mean things have happened between us but even before things were happening between us it felt that way... We have been dating for a year this month but I am just talking about in general. I haven't craved sex at all. I have never masturbated before so it's not like I can tease myself or make myself desire anything. And I also have been depressed but I was still feeling this way before!!!! What's wrong with me? Is there anything I can do?
First of all I would talk to someone about your depression. People brush depression off as a weak persons illness but it hurts millions of people. For your own personal health and safety I would talk to a doctor about the depression, or try yoga (this sounds corny, but it really does help you feel a bit better).
As for your boyfriend, I don’t think the problem has anything to do with your attraction to him, but your own personal feelings about sex. You need to explore your body and get to know yourself sexually. I think every woman should pleasure herself, it’s healthy and self knowledge is power.
And finally, there is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WRONG WITH YOU. You are going through a period in your life where you are confused and don’t feel comfortable with sex. Just about every woman and man goes through this.
Instead of having sex try sensual touching or mutual masturbation. Help your partner get off without forcing yourself to experience something that you’re not into. Sex isn’t just penis/anus or penis/vagina; there are options like touching, masturbation, hand jobs and oral sex.
Anonymous asked: I've always thought of myself as a pretty sensual /sexual person. I am naturally flirtatious and I am can be kind of a tease. I have a boyfriend and I am super attracted to him without a doubt but in the past 7 months in general I have completely lost my sex drive. I thought having less sex would solve the problem but it hasn't. Recently when I have been having sex with my boyfriend I haven't been as into it as usual. I don't know what's happening!!! Ahhh.
Sounds like you’re in a tough situation! Has anything changed between you and your boyfriend? How long have you two been together? Do you think you’ve been stressed or depressed about anything?
Sometimes sex drive ebbs and flows (at least it does for me), so you could just be going through a point in your life where you don’t crave sex the way you used to, but it could also be a side problem.
Are we really so different that we must be horrified of one of them uncovered, and completely okay with the other?
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