Posted 8 hours ago
I have NONE

What’s weird is that all of the marks I have are for the last three classes I had to hand stuff in.

Posted 9 hours ago

hannahevolving:

Coming up with this snapchat is my crowning achievement in life.

Posted 9 hours ago

I want to write things, but I dunno what I want to write.

Posted 20 hours ago

I only have 3 out of my six grades for this semester. :(

Posted 1 day ago

bofurs-wife:

heirtotheholyringsofbetazed:

stagmachine:

watch this irish man get tragically crushed by adorable sneezing baby seals

(Source: xtoxictears)

Posted 1 day ago

calling it now

commanderbishoujo:

bi characters will be promiscuous and untrustworthy, probably rogues of some kind. gay character romances will have the least content

str8 characters will be the most important/relevant to the main story

and sex will be required to “complete” all of them

everyone will forced to be monogamous except for the one off threesome/orgy with the promiscuous bi character(s) that is thrown in for laughs

if we complain about any of this we will be called ungrateful

Posted 1 day ago
But they didn't say anything like that o.O Only that ALL CHARACTERS being bisexual is not realistic and you have to admit it's not (all people you met in your life were bi? I don't think so). There will be gay, straight, bi representation, something for all, everyone should be happy, and yet Bioware still gets "homophobia" sticks from Tumblr. It's GROSS.
Anonymous asked

amellsgottadowhatamellsgottado:

"The romances are more complex both in type of romances going forward and how you go through that romance," Lee explained to us. "The different types of sexual orientation of the different kinds of characters around you is also more complex than in previous games. I think there’s going to be a lot more realistic… realistic… you know what I mean — anyway, more engaging and more involved than in previous games. That’s definitely the goal, and we are definitely going to go out there with some characters just being one sexual orientation. And that previously wasn’t the case. The real world reflects that so we’re going to make a game that reflects that as well.” 

I agree that what you say is also true. I just feel like this statement is worded very poorly. More specifically the “just being one sexual orientation” part. I am confused as to what he means because that implies that bi/pansexuality is not one sexual orientation, but rather they were both heterosexual and homosexual at the same time.

I also blame the title of the article that says Dragon Age: Inquisition will Feature Complex Romance and Characters with “One Solid Sexual Orientation” - BioWare, which implies either that bisexuality is not a solid sexual orientation, and/or that the bisexual characters we had previously had were not actually bisexual. If the latter is the case, that means there hasn’t really been any bisexual representation. 

Do I think there won’t be any bisexual love interests? No.

Am I angry that all of the love interests aren’t bisexual? Not at all! 

I just feel like this was worded very poorly.

Also, to add to this because it’s late and I dunno why I didn’t put it in before:

Every bisexual person who read that and immediately got defensive is justified. Bisexual erasure is a thing that happens all of the time and quite often it uses language similar to what Mr. Lee used here. 

Basically, we are told that our sexuality doesn’t exist, and that our current partner is who defines us as being straight or gay. We are often asked, “yeah, but who do you plan on settling down with? A man or a woman?” If we are in a long term relationship with someone then it “doesn’t matter” if we are bi/pansexual or not.

Posted 1 day ago
But they didn't say anything like that o.O Only that ALL CHARACTERS being bisexual is not realistic and you have to admit it's not (all people you met in your life were bi? I don't think so). There will be gay, straight, bi representation, something for all, everyone should be happy, and yet Bioware still gets "homophobia" sticks from Tumblr. It's GROSS.
Anonymous asked

"The romances are more complex both in type of romances going forward and how you go through that romance," Lee explained to us. "The different types of sexual orientation of the different kinds of characters around you is also more complex than in previous games. I think there’s going to be a lot more realistic… realistic… you know what I mean — anyway, more engaging and more involved than in previous games. That’s definitely the goal, and we are definitely going to go out there with some characters just being one sexual orientation. And that previously wasn’t the case. The real world reflects that so we’re going to make a game that reflects that as well.” 

I agree that what you say is also true. I just feel like this statement is worded very poorly. More specifically the “just being one sexual orientation” part. I am confused as to what he means because that implies that bi/pansexuality is not one sexual orientation, but rather they were both heterosexual and homosexual at the same time.

I also blame the title of the article that says Dragon Age: Inquisition will Feature Complex Romance and Characters with “One Solid Sexual Orientation” - BioWare, which implies either that bisexuality is not a solid sexual orientation, and/or that the bisexual characters we had previously had were not actually bisexual. If the latter is the case, that means there hasn’t really been any bisexual representation. 

Do I think there won’t be any bisexual love interests? No.

Am I angry that all of the love interests aren’t bisexual? Not at all! 

I just feel like this was worded very poorly.

Posted 1 day ago

Honestly though, if they had said, “not all of the love interests will be bisexual because we want to have gay and lesbian representation” I, and lots of other people who are upset about this would have been fine. But no, they said they will have a “solid orientation,” which heavily implies that either the characters who were bi/pansexual were not actually bi/pansexual, and/or that bi/pan sexuality is not a “solid orientation.” 

Either of those options are kinda messed up.

Posted 1 day ago

exxa:

People are honestly complaining because not everyone is bi? Really? The same people who whined about their precious representation of various sexualities whine about not everyone being bisexual?

Okay then.

From what I understand, it wasn’t exactly that not everyone would be bisexual, it was just that they worded it in a way that implied that bisexuality is not a “solid” orientation and that being bisexual is not realistic.

That’s why I was upset at any rate.