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Music -Megan

The way in which music is processed in the brain is different from other audiological stimuli (see Musicophilia by Oliver Sacks), perhaps that’s why we become so strongly connected to it–why it stirs up emotions, memories, why it’s strong enough to cause patients with Parkinson’s to be able to dance with nearly fluid motion. 370 more words

Gender

I'm Not Just A Big Girl, I Am A Supernormal Releaser

Supernormal stimuli is :

“A supernormal stimulus or superstimulus is an exaggerated version of a stimulus to which there is an existing response tendency, or any stimulus that elicits a response more strongly than the stimulus for which it evolved.”

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Bbw

Asexual Comic #5

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Lifestyle

The Female-Male Friendship

To start things off I’ll let you know that I’m a 26 year old female person. As such, people often assume that I’m straight (heterosexual/romantic) due to the lack of same sex partner or obvious interest in finding one. 994 more words

Asexuality

A simple come on


Sometimes it’s like this:
The woman carefully examines the art on the walls of a classic, white gallery cube-style room.  There’s no perceivable order to her perusals but from time to time a smile breaks through as her eyes dart across the canvas, stopping for seconds at particular points of interest: brilliantly saturated color contrast, curious manipulations of media, abstracted sex. 460 more words

Random Love

Dawn

The coq crows with powerful delight and unabashed audacity.

Silky plumage moist from dew, glistens : the dawn of today.

As the sun rips itself open across the sky and stains wrinkled bed sheets, a pulse is generated which quickens into life like zygotic beginnings. 169 more words

Poems

Love and Miss

“You can love someone so much, but you can never love people as much as you can miss them.”

This line is from a book called “An Abundance of Katherines”, written by the oh-so-famous John Green (the guy who wrote The Fault in Our Stars).

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