it’s funny how providing accommodations to a disabled student is “unfair to the rest of the class” yet imposing a standard on a disabled student that is based on the capabilities of able-bodied students is fair and impartial, isn’t it funny how that works?
I was forced to drop classes due to my disability. Only one instructor worked with me, my Ethics teacher.
kind of sexual post that you should probably skip, I’ve just been procrastinating on typing / posting this rant.
This is the crap that bothers me.
I just sucked your dick, but you don’t want to kiss me? If you don’t want that anywhere near your mouth, what makes you think I do?
Also, sex on her period… The body naturally stops or at least decreases shedding the inner layer if you are aroused. Only so many fluids can come out of us at once! And clearly these men know nothing about reproductive health, so I bet they think it’s like an open wound all the time, when really it’s so slight he probably wouldn’t even notice.
I could never date someone who thought this way. My man kisses me after I perform oral, and even if I’m on my cycle, he will still perform oral on me and have sex with me.
I feel like these things depict a lot about how a man views a particular woman….
Anonymous asked: Woah! I wasn't discrediting anything. Apologies up front on that. I'm against ANY kind of assault on ANYONE. I just saw how you told someone that it "came out that you were raped" as if you didn't know at the time. Then you told someone you "took off your clothes out of fear [of your friend]". I just meant how could you be raped & not know it since you were conscious & coherent at the time? I guess what you meant was until therapy, you didn't know what qualified as rape/ consensual. Sorry again.
Congrats on not being an asshat. I appreciate that.
And at the time, it didn’t really hit me. In therapy I literally said, “I mean, I said no, but it was my fault.” Usually my therapist would have led me to my own conclusion, but she outright was like, “No. That’s not your fault. You made it clear.”
I thought I was “asking for it.” My own father told me I was asking for it years later, and my mother told me “I told ya so.” Society tends to think rape is a grey area or there is a blurred line (see what I did there?) when it comes to consent. We need to move toward the black and white reality that it is.
I can only hope that I can raise awareness for others through my own awful experience.
Anonymous asked: You two were friends. You wanted to be with him for years. You drove over to his place. He used protection. You took your clothes off "out of fear". Why were you afraid of your friend? Did he threaten/ attack you without warning, or was it a "Buyer's Remorse" afterwards? (At the time, I consented. Later I realized it was a mistake- wrong timing/ place/ person/ not at "that point" of our relationship yet/ etc).
Wow, fuck you. This is exactly why I didn’t report it; people try to discredit assault. The cops that I called tried to discredit it too.
He fabricated conversations between us, so even if I told anyone, he made it look like I was lying— like I was doing it to break his relationship apart because I was obsessed with him.
Then, years afterwards, he told people I was dating to “stay away” from me because I was “bad news.”
He royally fucked up my life. If you think I missed a week of school to be in a psych ward, abandoned all of my friends and my entire life for “buyers remorse” you are seriously naive and need to really evaluate the way you look at women and victims (male and female).