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I should be having sex right now

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fear-and-loathing-in-latex:

Diva

I’ve been playing too much Metroid. That’s all I can see.

fear-and-loathing-in-latex:

Diva

I’ve been playing too much Metroid. That’s all I can see.

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Anonymous asked: Hi! I am interested in learning Japanese and possibly living there someday. I'm aromantic and asexual, and I wouldn't mind a queerplatonic partner if the opportunity presented itself. How would you explain this in Japanese? I read about the kokuhaku and it made me curious because that seems to be the point that the two really enter a relationship. Is there a way of explaining a relationship that isn't exactly platonic or romantic? This is kind of a specific question, so thank you for any info!

aceadmiral:

epochryphal:

aceadmiral:

queenieofaces:

Hi!

I am unfortunately horrifically unequipped to talk about most ace stuff in Japanese, partially because I have a policy of not talking about my relationships/sexual orientation/romantic orientation while I’m in Japan (for safety reasons) and partially because the few times I’ve talked about asexuality in the abstract in Japanese, we haven’t gotten past the 101 “wow, there are these people who don’t experience sexual attraction!” level.

That said, I wrote a post a while back about talking about asexuality in Japanese (here on tumblr) that you might find helpful for some of the basic vocabulary.

The few times I’ve wound up talking to (very close) friends in Japanese about what I want in relationships, it’s mostly been me talking around the concept with whatever words I have on-hand.  For example, I remember explaining to a friend one time that I wasn’t particularly interested in getting married, but would like to live with someone I cared about long term.  She asked me if that would be like having a partner (パートナー), and I answered in the affirmative.  And then we wound up talking about what each of us was looking for in a relationship.  My guess is that even if you happen to know very specific vocabulary for the kinds of relationships you want to have, you’ll still have to do a lot of talking around the concept and explaining.  (The few times I’ve brought up asexuality in conversation in Japanese, I immediately had to explain what I meant, since people don’t recognize the word.)

Also, I’m going to tag aceadmiral, because they’re* much better equipped to talk about these sorts of issues in Japanese than I am, and will probably have better advice than I do.

If anyone else wants to chime in, feel free!  Sorry I can’t be of more help, anon.

*I’m sorry, I don’t remember which pronouns you prefer!

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many thanks for this post!

i wonder what being non-binary in japan is like…

I kind of touched on this a little, and the reason I didn’t go into more detail is that I am not really up on (trans)gender discourse, because it’s not—

Remember when I said that gender and sexual orientation are not separable? This is where being trans or otherwise non-gender conforming gets complicated, and I can only talk about this is a popular, pedestrian sort of way. But let me try:

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toxicnebulae:

you decide how you define your gender and sexual and romantic orientations

you decide which pronouns are right for you

you decide how to present yourself and what to do with your own body

you decide the terms of your relationships with other people and reserve the right to cut them off if they are harmful or invalidating

you decide how you relate to your identities on any given day because these things aren’t always unmalleable

you decide your comfort zone, you decide your limits, you decide how you do you

and forget anyone who tries to tell you otherwise, for real.

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body goals

body goals for me too

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"I bear many scars, but I also bear within me many moments that would never have happened if I had not dared to go beyond my limits."

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john-without-a-holmes:

are you fucking kidding me.

well hello

I have no idea who this is or what the hell is going on but I feel I ought to reblog it because it looks scientifically important.

He’s fucking his jeans. That’s what he’s doing.

denimsexual

Um. I want to study those muscles with my tongue and then draw them.

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