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|Anonymous: ok but in your face tag I see a blond with a supernatural tattoo let me just say HOT DAMN girl who is that ((not that you aren't gorgeous but TATTOO)) p.s. i am also a girl not that it matters???|
Hahahahah, that is the lovely Moofy.
Also, I don’t see what you being a girl has to do with us meeting up but okay??? i mean like i am willing to meet up with you regardless of your gender?? FOLLOWERS ARE FOLLOWERS BRO I ACCEPT YOU ALL
|Anonymous: AW YEAH ANON'S BACK. Heyyyy this is MI-On-My-Way-To-Comic-Con Anon. And I HAVE TICKETS. (Or I will have, tomorrow). I'll be there on Thursday. SO: What day are you going, and if you are going on the same day, how shall we arrange to meet one another?|
Awww yeahhh. And I have a 4 day pass, so I’ll definitely be there all the time. If you’re going to the dwblog meetup then we can meet there?? but as of now, i pretty much have no idea what my schedule’s gonna be??? BUT UNTIL I FIGURE THAT OUT, JUST KNOW THAT I’LL TOTALLY POST A PICTURE OF MYSELF BEFORE I LEAVE (NOT THAT YOU GUYS DON’T ALREADY KNOW WHAT I LOOK LIKE) AND I ABSOLUTELY URGE YOU GUYS TO COME UP AND TALK TO ME IF YOU WANT TO! FREE HUGS!
|Anonymous: ok so awkward question but it was getting all sex-y up in here earlier s o wanna tell me how lube is used? cause quite frankly, i'm fucking confused.|
Lube is essentially used when there’s a potential for chafing/pain from too much friction, whether it’s from frottage or intercourse. It’s not always necessary when it’s a M/F relationship and they’re having vaginal intercourse, because if the woman is properly aroused (aka “wet”), then their body provides the natural lubricant themselves. Some women just naturally don’t get as wet as necessary, so sometimes they need to use lube. The lube goes on the penis and/or into her vagina, so that when he puts his throbbing member into her warm ladycastle, it doesn’t hurt.
|Anonymous: why don't you like nilan? it sounds beautiful|
Awwww, thank you Anon! Actually, I love Nilan. It’s my name, why wouldn’t I like it? But Nili’s also been my nickname since I was a baby, so I’m very attached to that as well. However, the only time Nilan sounds right to me is if you’re saying it with a Persian accent, since only my family calls me Nilan, so I prefer anyone without a Persian accent to call me Nili! Just so I won’t be like “it’s pronounced Nee-lawn. Nee-lawn. Nee-lawn,” because no matter how you say it, I still think you’re saying it wrong. [Listen to my mom say it here!]
|Anonymous: ok so idk if its the right thing but you're older than me and i believe more mature and i have a question: im sixteen and me and my boyfriend have been together dor two months. in those two months we've like, had sexual experiences but not have sex, right? and idk, i want to have sex with him sometime future, but idk how to tell my mom and i want it to be safe so she'll take me toa gynecologyst and all but idk how to do that, im sorry if im bothering you i just dont where to go|
Hmmmm, well, I might not be the best person to talk to about this, just because I think sixteen is too young to be having sex? I mean, yeah, sex is awesome, but there’s no rush to be having it. Sex will still be there when you’re older and ~wiser, and teenagers tend to just be pretty impulsive and make bad decisions because they think it feels good without thinking about the emotional consequences of having sex. (I’m saying this out of experience - I was 17 when I had sex and if I could take it back, I probably would, just so that my first time wouldn’t have been in the environment that it was. I could have waited a little bit longer and have had a much happier memory of the event.) Sex isn’t a cure-all to relationship problems and it isn’t a simple step to make. Don’t do it if you feel like you’re obligated to or if you feel like you’re supposed to, and make sure you talk to your partner first and make sure that he’s ready too, because what if he isn’t and he needs time? Don’t just assume because the stereotype is that boys are sex-crazed hormones bombs or whatever. The key to a successful relationship is communication.
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