Good morning bloggers! Due to COVID-19 keeping us in doors, I’ve decided to post more to both my blog and YouTube channel as I have a lot more free time now. I have officially completed my first year of university (yay!) and am currently not working, so I thought this would be the perfect time to get creative and have fun with it.
This is the first video I have uploaded for eight months, so I decided to do something carefree and simple. I filmed the 50 Facts About Me tag, where you can learn some new things about me that perhaps you did not know before!
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Time to get away from the norm and try something new. A lot of articles and posts are just about facts that (hopefully) we all know already, and stuff about telling people how to think, what to do, and how to act. (For example: “If you’re a virgin, you’re a loser, gay, pathetic, ugly, etc). However, it’s sad to think that not everyone’s voices are heard when it comes to the topic, particularly people who disagree with the above statements. It’s mostly because of media and peer pressure—we fear being shamed and tortured for voicing our opinions. (Sorry if you’re disappointed with the title because you were hoping for something else.) But after seeing this post on the “Confessions of a Demisexual” Tumblr blog, I just had to write a post with these little “facts” for all of you. Fun fact—it almost has 80,000 reposts. Awesome.
These are all great things to remember and realize, that everyone has different preferences, values, and ideas. My favourite was the picture “You don’t need fixing”. It’s true. I always used to feel like that because I never thought about sex the way most people do. (Thank you for the Tumblr blogs out there for making demisexuality posts and letting people connect with each other.) I really do hope that one day people will stop judging people or think they’re weird or stupid for not thinking the same way they do. (Because let’s face it, shaming people for not wanting to have sex is just as bad as shaming people for wanting to have sex.)
Thanks for reading loves, stay strong and remember there’s always at least one person in the world that thinks/feels the exact same way you do about something (whatever that may be). Go find them. Please. You don’t need fixing. 😉
— Victoria xoxo