|How do your parents feel about stripping?|
You know what. I was going to answer this.
But then I realized
It’s so utterly bullshit that every single sexworker gets this question.
That we all have to have our family and personal life affairs asked by some anon.
Someone who knows damn well that due to stigma a lot of people have issues with their family right now and its potentially triggering.
You obviously knew this. After all, you did ask this behind a greyface.
You intentionally asked someone a potentially triggering, hurtful question about their personal life with the intention of it being posted publicly.
I see this question sent to a worker I follow nearly every single day.
It’s so completely frustrating. Why do people think they’re entitled to pry at peoples personal lives?
So you know what?
I’m not going to answer this.
For all you know I could have a great relationship with my parents. I could see them every so often and tell them I’m safe and doing well while they support my choices. Or they could have disowned me. Or who knows, maybe they’re even dead? Maybe my mothers a sexworker or ex-stripper?
It doesn’t matter because it’s really none of your business.
And I’m sorry to blow up on you in this or if it wasn’t your intention to pry, but I see this far too often and it makes me livid.
u kno ur in deep when u love listening to them talk and u get attached to their voice
I SEE YOU FUCKING WEEABOOS REBLOGGING THIS PUTTING ANIME CHARACTERS IN THE TAGS YOU NEED A BIBLE
kids these days
The architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed 1141 buildings, but only 532 were actually completed during his lifetime. Many have since been demolished with only 400 buildings still standing. But did you know he designed a cat house? In the early 1950s, Gerald Tonkens commissioned Wright’s office to design and build his family’s residence in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Tonkens’ daughter, Nancy, had a cat named Felinus and she requested an appropriate residence for the family pet. So the office designed a modern cat house in Wright’s favorite color, Cherokee Red. This important piece of feline design, along with the original rendering shown above, has passed through the hands of various auction houses and antique dealers over the years until it was recently acquired by the Feline Historical Museum in Alliance, Ohio, which I bet you didn’t know even existed. The museum not only displays the Wright-designed cat house but a large collection of historical feline artifacts like an early 1900’s wooden cat carrier, a 19th century scrapbook of cat memorabilia and over 1,400 cat-related books as well as real, live cats like Maine Coons and Ragdolls.
do you ever hear the intro theme to a video game and you get really emotional and your heart feels really weak like it’s coming back home and it’s basically like that whole world you love so much summed up into one epic song and you just want to fucking cry a lot because this is the video game for you and nothing else ever can even compare to the feeling you get when you hear that one fucking bit of music
"It’s a promise!" - anime character thats about to fucking die