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If you support gay marriage reblog this. If you’re on the homophobic side, keep scrolling.







As a bisexual, it sickens me that some people WILL keep scrolling.

As the straight daughter of a gay man, it sickens me that some people will keep scrolling. 

As a straight girl with a basic understanding of equality and love, it also sickens me that people will keep scrolling.

As a straight Christian woman, I pray that people will not scroll past this. Love, not judge.

I’m re-reblogging for that last one.

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Anonymous asked:

Lost, would you mind explaining the EXACT definition of Pansexuality? I've read many different things and I don't want to use the term until I know I would be using it correctly.


Simplest definition: Being sexually attracted to people irrespective of their gender.  Gender blind is a phrase that’s sometimes used.  It’s not completely accurate; of course there’s an awareness of what gender a person is.  But the way I phrase it is that I don’t give a damn about the plumping.  I am either attracted to a person or I’m not, and their gender doesn’t come into play at all.

It’s tough, though, to say ‘exact definition’ because different people are going to have different answers.  There’s a lot of overlap between some people’s definition of bisexuality and pansexuality.

For me I use pan because it feels more comfortable.  It suits me.  I feel like it’s more flexible when it comes to gender identification.

For me what it boils down to is that in a sexual relationship a person’s gender doesn’t make any kind of difference to me.

I love that depending on the test my myers brigg changes. Like really  am I an introvert or Extrovert a thinker or feeler….Like I’m always ALWAYS and N and P but the other two switch in delightful combinations. Before college I was always a feelers but in the past two years it’s been thinker more and more….

You know, fuck it, Tony Stark and Lord Byron are both generally typed as ENTP’s i wanna be in that club


Gone With the Wind: Rhett Butler [ENTP]

Ne: Rhett has perfected the art of reading people; he knows exactly what Scarlett is, and what she’s capable of, after barely being introduced to her. He cares nothing for tradition, and scorns the young Southern gentlemen’s excitement toward war; instead, Rhett foresees the dire consequences. He comes up with creative ways to make a fortune during the war, only to abandon his former ambitions and consider joining up when they’re losing! Rhett often accurately pegs the reason for Scarlett’s behavior, even if she won’t admit it to him. He holds to a romantic ideal of making her fall in love with him.

Ti: He brutally assesses the potential of the South winning the war (“all we have are cotton mills, slaves, and arrogance!”) and is driven toward logical solutions to everyone’s problems. Rhett says little and observes a good deal; he analyzes the people around him to determine how best to get them to respond as he wants them to. Rhett enjoys accumulating ideas and knowledge, and has little regard for the law.

Fe: His charm gets him into every house in Atlanta and makes most of the women fall in love with him. He isn’t particularly eager to engage in conflict with Scarlett, but does have quite a bad temper. Rhett is very compassionate and loving toward the people he cares the most about; he risks his own life to see Melanie safely out of Atlanta; he comforts Scarlett after her nightmares and promises to make them go away; he babies his little girl and spoils her. Rhett finds it difficult to deal with his own emotions, and deeply regrets hurting Scarlett – emotionally and physically.

Si: Years pass while Rhett nurses an affection for a woman that began many years ago. His attentiveness to detail in the past allows him to draw conclusions in the present, reinforcing his views about everyone he meets – that Ashley is weak, Scarlett pining for a love she will never have, and Melanie is the best of all of them. Eventually, he casts all his sentimentality aside and walks away from the past.

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