Category: sexuality

Thoughts on TV shows, movies, a Netflix comedy, being childfree, sexuality and other life updates

I recently watched the live-action version of The Lion King and I’ll start with this: I’m happy that they didn’t take out the very beginning song that’s in the original version of this movie. But it hurts my heart that they got different-sounding singers to sing “The Circle of Life” and other popular songs in …

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Numerous childfree thoughts, Hidden Brain podcast thoughts, being supportive and life updates

I posted a thread on Twitter which reads:‪If you feel that you have to tell people how great you are, then you aren’t that great…period!! This thought of mine comes to me cuz of a recent Twitter discussion I saw/participated in. And in this discussion, folks were talking about someone in the blind community whose …

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Assorted thoughts on being childfree, sexuality, relationships and more

In the Blind Bitching FB group, someone posted a comment saying that they haven’t posted anything in said group lately because they felt attacked. My response to that person’s comment reads:You were told by a couple of us that you are not, in fact, powerless to change your situation. That was it; your character wasn’t …

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More thoughts on Anne with an E, assorted music and podcast thoughts and life updates

In Anne with an E, something that stands out to me, is that at the beginning of season three, Anne makes a new friend. Anne is at a school ball-game and given that she writes for the Avonlea school’s newspaper, she’s supposed to specifically rite about the game. But instead, what she ends up doing, …

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Assorted thoughts on technology, Emergence, and being childfree

Something I didn’t write about regarding the latest episode of Emergence, is that we the viewers learn for sure that Jo still has romantic feelings for her ex-husband. Jo also has romantic feelings for Agent Ryan Brooks (who’s the FBI agent that’s kinda competing with Jo in a sense, to solve the case of Piper). …

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More thoughts on Anne with an E, the latest Emergence episode, atheism, upcoming Netflix releases and more

In the show Anne with an E that I’ve been watching on Netflix, something else that stood out to me, was that given how small the town of Avonlea is, Rachel (the gossipy lady I’d mentioned here before) fabricated this idea in the townspeople’s minds that Miss Muriel Stacy was an awful woman. Rachel had …

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Thoughts on a podcast, assorted thoughts on the fact I’m childfree and a rant

In a recent episode of the This American Life podcast, its host Ira Glass talked about what it can be like when people go home to their families for the holidays. But initially, when I first saw the title/synopsis of this episode, I wasn’t planning to listen to it. Because the episode came out around …

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More podcast thoughts, music and life updates, Netflix shows and more thoughts on the Hallmark controversy

When I posted my latest blog entry where I wrote about Hallmark’s recent realization that being in the LGBTQ+ community is a matter of supporting human rights, I didn’t realize that the Cognitive Dissonance podcast hosts had a bit more to say on the matter. And so now that I’ve listened to that particular story …

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Assorted bitches, technology frustrations, podcast thoughts, music updates, reflections and a special anniversary

I want to start this blog post off by saying that today is the exact day I created my public blog two years ago. I first started blogging publicly on a website called Dreamwidth because I honestly didn’t know whether I’d even *like* blogging publicly. But I of course *did* love it and I eventually …

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Things that make me ANGRY

Note: some of the things on this list happen to me far more often than they should, while others happen less often. Also, some of them are disability-related. But I think having them all in one list is great. One more thing though: these are not in any specific order, because there are so many …

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