im on way. wait for me friend
gonna conquer this polisci essay until 1am then sleep for two hours and then conquer my english essay until 8am. i will win this battle!
Tagged: #delete later #shouldn't have procrastinated #gon sleep in the library #jaykay probs gonna just maple while hiding my screen
7 Ways to have sex OTHER than P in V
I’m so sick of sex meaning p*n*s in vagina. There are so many other ways to make love.
1.) Docking. If both partners are born male but one identifies as female and both have p*n*ses, one partner can stretch her urethra/shaft to the point where the other partner can insert his penis into his girlfriend’s penis.
2.) Nipple penetration- if both partners are born female but one identifies as male, the male-identifying partner can insert her nipple into the other’s vagina, preferably after stretching the nipple with a suction device.
3.) Butting- This is great if both people do not require orgasm to enjoy themselves or are demisexual and don’t know each other that well. Both partners get naked and rub butts together until both feel happy and relaxed.
4.) Bellybuttoning- Great option if two male-born trans women are dating. Using their bellybuttons as vaginas, they can rub bellybuttons together in an act of “scissoring”
5.) Hatting- If one person has a vagina that needs large penetration, consider stretching and having the partner use the vagina as a hat by means of stretching it around his/her head.
6.) Fatting- If both people are fat and cannot easily touch genitalia, consider inserting a fat roll in between two other fat rolls and rubbing together until enjoyment commences. Not recommended for fat people under 400 lb.
7.) Gloving- In a polyamorous relationship, consider gloving- fist your partner in the butt, then, using that partner as a glove, fist your second partner, completely enveloping the first partner in the second partner’s rectum.
Why You Shouldn’t Translate Doujinshi Without Permission
If you’ve been in the Free!, ReiGisa, or RinTori tags pages lately, you might have seen me around. I’ve been trying to get people to stop translating and sharing doujinshi or comics from Pixiv artists without asking permission to translate first. I’ve also been attempting to encourage people to stop reblogging said comics and pictures.
Unfortunately, it’s been a largely unsuccessful battle, since Free! is so popular and there are so many translators who look through Pixiv for their favorite pairings/artists and want to share their works. I understand the sentiment. It’s great when you can find good art, and the first thing you want to do is show everyone.
The thing is, most of the times, you don’t know if the artist wants their works shared outside of Pixiv or not, and a majority of people don’t ask.
I think it’s time to see exactly why Pixiv artists don’t want their works shared. These are all messages I’ve exchanged with various Pixiv artists. I always send artists this message. In the following translations, I’ve omitted the parts of their message which are more personal and to me only.
please take the liberty to ask the artists before translating them #cause most of us who don't understand japanese will assume that they allow such acts #but in reality they don't and we feel bad for reblogging #so please just take the time and ask them before translating