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'True confidence leaves no room for jealousy. When you know you're great, you have no need to hate.'
"I like bad bitches cuz they like bad bitches too.."
Asexual Tony Stark.
Asexual Tony Stark who started to have sex because it was expected of him.
Asexual Tony Stark who has sex because it was the only way he could have intimacy with another person without having to open up to them emotionally.
Asexual Tony Stark who hides his feelings of being broken behind a playboy persona.
Asexual Tony Stark who has a reputation he feels he needs to keep up.
Asexual Tony Stark (and the rest of the Avengers) who accompany Steve to a pride parade (in Tony’s opinion Steve looks adorable in pink, purple, and blue) when suddenly he comes across a small group of people with gray triangles on their shirts trying to pass out flyers, trying being the key word because everybody is avoiding them like the plague. So he gets closer (inconspicuously of couse) and finds out they’re Asexual and they don’t feel sexual attraction.
Asexual Tony Stark who suddenly has his whole world flipped upside down.
Asexual Tony Stark who charges up to the kids and demands to be told more about this ‘asexuality’ and at first they think Tony’s just being one of those assholes who don’t believe asexuality exists but they soon recognize the look of dawning understanding on his face and start in on their spiel. And after an hour of looking for Tony the other Avengers finally find him decked out in black, gray, purple, and white; talking animatedly with similarly clad people while stuffing his face with cake.
Asexual Tony Stark who is very proud about his sexuality and works very hard to bring it the visibility it deserves despite the hundreds of people trying to identity police him because he’s had so much sex in the past.
Asexual Tony Stark.
Intersex people are not rare, just invisible.
Unfortunately, there’s a lot of shame and secrecy within our communities, perpetuating the invisibility. I’ve had doctors tell me over and over again that I’d never meet anyone else like me. (Thankfully, that was not the case.) So many intersex people like me have been instructed by our doctors, parents, and friends not to tell anyone about our conditions, which makes us feel shameful and unworthy.
I’ve been poked, prodded, and gawked at by so many doctors, it’s enough to make anyone feel like a science experiment. They say how excited they are to meet someone like you, they’ll “never meet another person like this, ever.” But when they say that to you as a kid, all you hear is “you’re a freak.”
Wait a minute…i was reading ultrafacts &realized that THIS GUY WAS THE SAME GUY WHO DID THIS
I think he was crazy
Or he just really liked seashells