Hello everyone,
I will be taking a short break, about 2 weeks, and meanwhile, there will not be any posts on the blog, as I will be out of country and will not have my PC with me or a stable internet connection either. I will answer all your questions after I return, so you can continue submitting and asking during this period, keeping in mind that there will be a 2 weeks of delay before I can answer them.
Thanks for your understanding and patience.
I wish you all a great summer season! :)
P.S: I was unable to answer the currently awaiting questions in the inbox due to errands I had to run related to my travel, but those will be my first priority right after I return.

Hello everyone,

I will be taking a short break, about 2 weeks, and meanwhile, there will not be any posts on the blog, as I will be out of country and will not have my PC with me or a stable internet connection either. I will answer all your questions after I return, so you can continue submitting and asking during this period, keeping in mind that there will be a 2 weeks of delay before I can answer them.

Thanks for your understanding and patience.

I wish you all a great summer season! :)

P.S: I was unable to answer the currently awaiting questions in the inbox due to errands I had to run related to my travel, but those will be my first priority right after I return.

1 week ago · 5 notes

utopiacontent:

Everything you wanted to know about transgender people but were afraid to ask.

1 week ago · 22,760 notes · Reblogged from utopiacontent

Anonymous asked: “I've never been with anyone(man/woman) before since i've met my current girlfriend. We're both in love with each other and i've never told anyone about us. My family is homophobic and guess what? I'll be 29 next month and i still cant figure out what to do with my life. I keep telling my girlfriend that maybe it's better that we should be married to a man if ever we dont end up together in the future. Am i making sense?”

Unfortunately, no. I do understand you are scared from your family’s reaction and scared that your relationship may not work, but the thing is, you cannot start a relationship this way. It may end, it may last, so do not try to foresee it when you just start it. Go with it and see where it takes you. It is the person you love, and to be honest, I’d get hurt if the person I love told me such things.

Regardless you tell your family or not, remember this is your life and you deserve to be happy. Why would you marry to a man? It is unfair to not only yourself but to that person. Besides, do you really want to spend the rest of your life pretending to be the someone you are not? And why exactly?

It is ok to be scared, but unfortunately, there are times we gotta stand up and be brave, be ourselves and be honest, as otherwise, it is mostly sadness and the lack of liberty we’d feel.

Hope this helps.

1 week ago · 1 note

Anonymous asked: “I'm almost 16 but I've never been in a relashionship (my parents say I'm too young) but I'm almost positive that I'm bisexual, because I find both genders sexually and romantically attractive, even though I find girls more so in both areas. Does that make me bi-curious? I thought that maybe I was a lesbian, but I like guys WAY too much, and I'm certainly not straight. But because I've never been in a relashionship, only thought about it, Im not sure I should identify yet. I'm not sure what to do”

Bisexuality is “romantic and/or sexual attraction to more than one sex or gender”, so if you feel comfortable with this label, then go with it. What is really important is that you are not rushing to find a label and that you are giving yourself time to explore your sexuality first. So before trying to find what to identify yourself with, explore and see who you fall for, who you are attracted to, and then go with the label you feel most comfortable with.

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Anonymous asked: “It was kind of sudden when I publicly came out. I'd already told all my friends and my mom and brother, however I was in highschool and the rest of them didn't know. When we were returning from a school trip to Peru, a class mate that was sitting next to me decided to talk about how "disgusting" gay people are. I told him that if he was so disgusted, he could change seats. Absolute silence. I had a nervous breakdown at the airport, and gossip started. Thankfully people (ended up accepting it.”

It is always hurtful to hear people talk like that. Although what you did was a brave move, you should also be aware it is not always a good idea to come out due to anger and things might go out of control. Regardless, I am happy to hear it went well.

1 week ago · 4 notes

Anonymous asked: “Im lesbian and although I haven't told my mother or any of my family, I wanna wait because my mom I guess is a little homophobic. She says she likes gays but she says mean things about them sometimes. And the only people I've told is my gay cousin and he understood completely and I wanna take my time with coming out but I'm tired of hiding. I'm 16 btw”

You can have a talk with your mother to see what she really thinks. Sometimes people can sound offensive or mean without intending to do so, and a proper conversation would clarify this. I’ll advise you to test out the water first before coming out, as safety comes first.

1 week ago · 4 notes

Anonymous asked: “k thanks for ignoring my ask”

I do not ignore any question but I am not able to answer all the questions right away. I have previously stated the way I handle questions few times before, and let me repeat it again: I try to answer questions every weekend, so if you ask a question on tuesday, let’s say, you will see its answer on saturday or sunday, unless stated otherwise. I do this to be able to manage the blog properly, so that there is a balance of posts on the blog and there is more than just Q&A to look at.

If you noticed there have been questions answered but not yours, I might have not gotten your question at all, it happens from time to time, so ask again and I’ll do my best.

1 week ago · 0 notes

Anonymous asked: “Okay, so I've always considered myself a lesbian but now I'm starting to realize I do like guys and that I would really date just about anyone as long as they treat me right. I don't really care how someone chooses to classify theirselves. So would that make me pansexual? And if so how would I come out to my parents if I already told them I was pretty sure I'm a lesbian?”

Pansexual individuals state that gender has no role on their attractions, i.e. they do not “see” gender of a person; rejecting gender binary. If you feel this way, then pansexual might be a better label for you. In addition, you can also consider the term bisexuality which is “romantic and/or sexual attraction to more than one sex or gender” so go with the one you feel most comfortable with, and these are just two of them, so do not feel restricted by it.

When it comes to coming out again, maybe it is better to explore your sexuality fully first and clear out confusion, if any, where it will be easier to come out afterwards. I believe your parents will be ok with this as well, and in case they have questions, you can answer how you feel.

Hope this helps.

1 week ago · 1 note

Anonymous asked: “Hi, I'm 14 and I just wanted to know how to tell people I'm bi. I'm 100% certain I am but I am afraid my parents are a little bi phobic. Please help? Thanks. Xx”

You can test out the water to see what they really think about it and whether they are really biphobic or not. Then you can decide whether to come or not, but please make sure your safety will not be jeopardized by that, and postpone coming out if necessary. If you happen to find they are not biphobic, and react well to conversation, then you probably can come out and they will react positively.

Hope this helps.

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