Growing up, I was always told that sex was intimate and close. A theory I questioned as I got older. Why would people just sleep around if it was intimate? Why do they not cherish it? The questions that led me down dark paths. I dove into a world of free love. Men being fuck boys and girls sleeping with a different man every night. I was a virgin. Not sure if I'd ever fit in with society's outlook on love and sex. I flirted with womanizers, frat boys, horny nerds, and even a few bad boys. All just to fit in. I realized I didn't want to fit in when one boy decided to try and pressure me into giving him pleasure. Whatever.
They look cute, they hop around, and their fluffy butts are so soft but they aren't that easy. Having a rabbit can be tough and convenient all the same. While they don't require the energy of a dog and are often compared to cats they tend to be rather delicate. I want to break this down into three areas and talk about the pros and cons of each before going into my own take on being a bunny owner. The areas will be affection, maintenance, and temper.
Being apart of Theatre has always been important to me. Being a musician, in general, provokes a love to musical theatre. The only problem is I'm a pretty edgy person. I don't do frilly often which makes it difficult. A lot of popular musicals tend to have a softer feel. Whereas I love music that makes me want to rock or groove. So I've put together my top five edgy musical soundtracks for all my Theatre babes to enjoy.
The Geek community has been around for years. A community most popularized by the release of Star Wars: A New Hope in 1977. This community houses fans from all genres including video games, DC and Marvel, Disney, Star Wars, and several other franchises. There have been many changes to the community. The community that was originally laughed at and stereotyped to be the awkward, glasses wearing nerds has now become that majorly cool group you want to be a part of. Spawning multiple conventions across the world. Making names for popular gamers and cosplayers. It's a community that continues to grow. However, I think the biggest change has been the growing popularity of the female nerds.
Mental illness can be classified as many things from anxiety all the way to serious psychological issues, and believe it or not most of the people you know probably suffer from mental health issues. It can affect their mood, how they work, and even their physical health. And guess what? There isn't a magic cure-all for it. In fact, it can only be maintained using proper methods or in serious cases, medication. I, myself, suffer from anxiety and depression and it is a constant war. The bad days are often triggered by life-changing events or devastating news. Ranting helps, herbal tea and music do too, but I will never be magically cured. That's the reality of it.
We all know that foggy feeling in our heads or the moment when everything seems to be rushing by so damn fast. That moment your heart quickens and your palms get all sweaty. That moment you start to have a panic attack. Panic attacks are just one symptom of anxiety. Anxiety is a monster who shows up uninvited and decides you are their new best friend. A monster that makes you feel crazy and scared but convinces you that they are all you have. A crippling feeling of fear and panic that hits out of nowhere. When you all of a sudden can't move, can't think, and your breath leaves you like an autumn leaf falling from a forgotten tree. How? How do we develop this feeling of hopelessness and fear? How does our mind turn on us and eventually leaves us hanging?