Anonymous asked: What countries have you visited? And which would you like to? :) xo
I grew up in the United States… yeah, I know… no need to rub it in.
The only other country I have been to is Mexico.
I would love to visit England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Germany, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Canada, China, Russia, Fiji and pretty much every other place I didn’t mention.
Anonymous asked: Will you?
I’ll have a conversation with someone, if they want to talk to me. But not with an anon, sorry.
Anonymous asked: Can you talk about all your relationships? (:
I certainly can.
Misha Collins helps a fan in a wheelchair get down to the beach
I don’t know this woman, why she was in a wheelchair or if she was happy that someone she is a fan of was helping assist her, but if this were me, I would hate this.
I hate it when people gather around to watch me struggle with something (whether I’m actually struggling or just getting in and out of my car; if you’re going to stand around and watch me you might as well tip me for the show) and on top of it she has people filming the whole thing.
The worst of it all is that these pictures are being circulated around the internet due to the fandom involved with a celebrity being there, so what was a typical spectacle of a disabled person trying to do a mundane activity is now another example of inspirational porn.
And I don’t quite understand the excitement around celebrities assisting and sometimes even just talking to disabled people. It perpetuates the idea that disabled people are less than normal, unapproachable, undeserving of equal attention or common courtesy…and isn’t it insulting to the celebrity that people are surprised or maybe even relieved that they would lower themselves to have an interaction with a disabled person?
Again, I’m not speaking for the woman in these photos or assuming what she felt, I’ve simply seen these photos again and again on my dashboard and it’s made me increasingly frustrated.
People have helped me out before when I’m in my wheelchair and trying to navigate somewhere awkward or not very accessible, and in general, I’m usually very happy and grateful that they’re helping out, especially if their help allows me to get somewhere I couldn’t otherwise.
Having everyone staring and then having the photos splashed all over the internet afterwards as some sort of “look what a wonderful person she is, helping a cripple! so inspirational!” thing so even more people can stare? Yeah, not so much. (Also just speaking for myself here, I obviously can’t answer for anyone else.)
Omfg how many people taking pictures does it take?
If you think better of a famous person, because they’re doing something decent, while standing back and taking a photograph of it, I hate you.
I think I also hate the people filming it.
…Yes. I’ve thought about it and I do.
I could understand if it were(only) the person’s friends that were helping. But to photograph it and make a spectacle of it, is degrading in my honest opinion. I personally hate needing help from others, and while I do appreciate the help(when needed), I always feel worse for having needed the help.
I just feel very angry that the people are standing around gawking at this and taking pictures like it’s some fantastical event. I really hope this person was having a good time through all of this… because I would probably want to cry out of humiliation.
Bonfire night done right!
Funny thing is that this is perfectly accurate.
I know one person that lives about 40 miles away.
The rest are way the buttf*ck off in the boonies.
Happy Guy Fawkes day!!!
Anonymous asked: I thought we were friends but we int talk anymore. therefore i knew you I feel like I don't know you anymore
Well, I think we should start talking again. I know I haven’t been keeping in touch with the people that matter as well as I should have been… I intend to fix that.
bless this post
I think no one understands how much this post makes me relate because hair is my fetish and I actually do have my partner rub his beard on my lady parts…and it literally does make them react like lady parts should to a good beard.
And I think we should kill society for saying you need to be clean shaven to get a job and look nice. Die society. Die.
This makes me want to grow my beard back.