I follow the Scerek tag like a hawk but I’ve read (and reread) everything that’s been posted since like January, but I’ve just discovered maybe-i-do-it-to-protect-you and it’s a wonderful Scerek blog that reblogs everything- so anyway I went to page 50 and I haven’t seen/read any of it- it’s like an Easter miracle. Anyway it’s a great blog if you want to see Scerek stuff that hasn’t seen the light of day in a while.
Please don’t spread the bi=2 definition its untrue to much of the community and erases nb bisexuals
I don’t agree with it? But that’s literally the definition of what bi means. It means two. So even if it’s gross and cissexist, that’s what it means. And I’d like it to be more inclusive totally! But the word itself isn’t. So like, when I call myself bisexual, I don’t mean “I’m only attracted to two genders.” Because I’m not. And I think it’s possible to stretch and change definitions, but when I responded to that ask, that was the best way of explaining it. Because pan and bi are two different labels.
I honestly get what you’re saying but the bisexual community does not define itself as “only attracted to two genders” and outside definitions don’t define us.
It does not matter what the Latin root of the word that we identify with is, it’s where the word came from not what it has become to mean. Bi might mean two but bisexual does not mean ‘only attracted to two genders’.
Anonymous asked: So then what's the difference between a pan and a bi sexual
OK so this is a really big debate between people! And bisexual is technically meant to mean attracted to “two” genders which obviously doesn’t cover the whole spectrum? and doesn’t really fit me? but i also don’t like pansexual as a word. and i have a huge problem with the idea of pansexuality vs bisexuality because i find it impossible to be sexually attracted to gender. you can be attracted to someone’s personality. you can be attracted to their bodies. but i don’t understand how you can be attracted to a gender, when a gender isn’t a physical construct. it’s something you or society makes up, and you pick what you identify with. when i call myself bisexual, it makes me think of genitalia. i think to myself, “i like both vaginas and penises.” ok, i’m bisexual. that does not automatically make me biromantic, i definitely think if we use the “attracted to people regardless of gender” definition then i would be panromantic (but i still dont like that term). basically, i manipulated the term to mean what makes sense to me. not everyone is going to fall under that label even if they have the same sexuality as me.
TL;DR pan = all, bi = two
Bisexuality is being attractive to both your gender and the opposite gender.
Pansexuality is being able to be attracted to any gender.
Both sexualities, alike heterosexuality and homosexuality, can be attracted to whomever they think is attractive.
They do not like EVERYONE, as some rumours say.
Both of the above definitions completely erase nonbinary people, especially nonbinary bisexuals.
Don’t do that.
(Also don’t define bisexuality if you’re not bisexual.)
The only definition that all bisexuals seem to agree is true of them is that they are capable of attraction to people of more than one gender.
Personally I identify as bisexual FIRST, and pansexual second as a way to further specify my (bi)sexuality.
kaylaisnotonfire12 asked: Wow what the fuck do you have against Jared? (Not to sound offensive swearing is a large feature in my vocabulary)
+ the four times he’s publicly thrown a fit over airlines (knowing his hundreds of thousands of followers will probably cheer him on and harass the companies) instead of contacting them privately and professionally, among other things.
Since you asked.
There’s something seriously wrong when a tv network believes that it’s audience would rather see Jaime Lannister rape Cersei instead of enjoying consensual sex with the woman he loves. HBO’s insistence on adding extra violence towards women in the series is truly disgusting.
Now that I’ve had a few minutes to digest that scene…
I’m actually really, really angry.
It’s not just because Jaime is my favorite character, but because Jaime is (per the books) one of the few men in this series who respects women.
Jaime, who wanted to protect Rhaella…
shameless challenge » favorite scene
↳ “Get out of my house, you pole-smoking queer!”
tbh I’m only reblogging because this actually says “can” instead of “camp”
shinyglorchan asked: Scerek, 8! :D
Scerek, secretly a virgin
(this is so sappy SAPPINESS AHEAD YOU HAVE BEEN DULY WARNED)
Oh god okay so I was thinking about this and yeah neither Scott or Derek are canonically virgins so I’m pretty sure it’s COLLEGE AU TIME!!! And then I came up with a whole idea for a long-ass multichaptered slow burn fic that I will never write lolololol sorry guys but I’m gonna give you feels about it anyway 8D
So Derek is a senior in college and Scott’s a new pledge at his frat, and is assigned as Derek’s little brother. And Derek’s growly and kind of jaded and also has that “broody tough guy” thing going for him so all the pledges are fucking terrified of him.
(He tells himself that he likes it that way. That fear and respect are worth more than the easy comradeship he sees between his brothers.)
And Derek’s demisexual, meaning he’s not sexually attracted to people until he starts to fall hard for them, but the problem is he always falls for the wrong people – and he doesn’t trust himself anymore. So he keeps others at a distance and if they try and get too close he bares his teeth and threatens to bite.