I'm all for fighting for a relationship but the relationship has to be one to fight for. It has to be healthy and benefit both partners. I'm the queen of staying longer than I should. The people in the relationship also has to be getting something out of the relationship. So how do you know that you need to leave? Let's dive in!
I love make up but I haven't always been that way. I don't know what changed but I'm glad it did. I don't like that I spend more than I want to at certain times but I enjoy using makeup. I'm also still learning and testing things out.
So before I start this post, I should say before you engage in any play or sex (anal or otherwise), you have to have consent and use protection. Also, this post is not intended to convince you to do these acts, only to educate legal adults (18+) on these acts. That being said, I wanted to talk about anal sex and anal play. People think they know everything they can know about anal play and sex, but there are sometimes gaps in their knowledge. So that's where I come in.
I read an article recently about certain movies that were released somewhere around the 90s and how they wouldn't fly today. Some of them I got and others I was curious about how sensitive the writer thinks we are as a society. I know a lot of us are sensitive to gender identity and sexuality and with good reason because a lot of people can be cruel when it comes to those topics.
Now honestly, this show was hard to watch, but I still liked it. A lot of people were saying it was drawn out or melodramatic. Well, teenagers tend to be melodramatic. TV dramas also tend to draw things out. I know some people have had problems with it. The main group was parents. The other groups were people with suicidal thoughts and those who have lost loved ones to suicide.
If you are sensitive to the idea of suicide, please do not read any further. This post might also include spoilers, so be warned.