Nope! Jealousy is an incredibly normal and healthy emotion to experience and recognize — it crosses over into self-destructive and unhealthy territory when it becomes an obsession, and/or it changes your behaviour toward other people in a negative way. So acknowledge your jealousy, recognize that it doesn’t make you a bad person, by any means, and maybe figure out a coping technique, so things don’t get out of hand. Plus, you can always discuss this with your friends. Maybe gently suggest spending more time with them, or all of you spending time together?
*nearby lesbian laughter*
*muffled asexual snickering*
*conflicted pansexual noises*
*moderately panicked bisexual muttering*
HETEROSEXUAL SCREAMING IN ANGUISH
thank god for the pill
This is cissexist as fuck
Yep, and some folks are also forgetting about STIs.
Not to worry! Unless you have a specific trigger, it’s honestly best not to question all the ins and outs of that trigger, because everyone will experience it differently, and everyone can be affected by the same general subject differently. I’ll actually use one of mine as an example, like. If I’m in a hospital with a family member, I’m way more likely to have a panic attack than if I’m there by myself, or with a friend.
So essentially, I just like to cover any and all ground with my tags, when I can! It’s just a safety measure. : )
We try and educate you nicely and you walk all over us
We get angry and you say ‘maybe if you were nicer, we would listen’
A mystery we may never solve
Be as gay as possible and steal anything and everything your little gay hands can carry