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April Thoughts and Favourites – Supporting LGBTQIA+

posted by LSB May 12, 2020 4 Comments

Full disclaimer before I continue – I know there are sooooo many posts floating around saying you should be this and do that. I want to say that my thoughts are 100% mine. I am always me on my site and I am not influenced by the thoughts of others. My beliefs are firmly set in stone – you should always be your best self and love unconditionally (yes I am one of those saps) and a massive fuck off to those who have such an issue with either of two things. We are here for a very short time.

Be you and fuck anyone else who has an issue with that! <3

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Wow. April actually flew in comparison to March. All the days are muddled together – days flow into nights and back to days without me actually really realising the time. I literally have gotten properly dressed maybe three times over the last month. As you saw on Twitter, I am pretty much living in my OH’s boxers and one of his t-shirts, braless and living my best comfortable life. I think I am gonna die when I end up having to wear a bra again 🤣

Our lockdown isn’t so different really. I saw a post/tweet that the divorce rates are gonna go up because of Covid19. I guess folks who are married, that live separate lives usually have to put up each other and realise they can’t stand each other… Isn’t that sad? I guess probably beneficial for them in the long run. I personally don’t see much difference with us… If anything, it’s brought us closer. (I say that writing this post listening to him snore and plotting wanting to strangle him🤣).

So sex blogging update for April.

April saw the blogging community tore apart, in a time where we should all be together, supporting each other. It’s absolutely heartbreaking to see long term friendship disintegrate.

There are so many posts written about what’s happening that I really only tipped the iceberg in my SinfulSunday post. I wanted to send love and support to my fellow bloggers. And if you have no idea where to look then I am gonna link them all below but it really starts here.

I am very much for love conquers all. You don’t need to love every Tom, Dick (maybe 🤔) or Harry… But learn to understand, learn to be tolerant, learn to respect, and learn to love those around you. The world is big enough for us all and it’s utterly shitty, disgusting, and downright nasty to be so horrible to others. You feel just as much as they do. You hurt as much as they do… Or do you? I try to be understanding of everyone. Don’t get me wrong, I totally fuck up… ALL THE TIME. But it’s how I react to those fucks ups that make the difference. Own your words! And I am still left wondering why someone wrote that post in the first place. This same someone who was going to be around all these people they were so horrible and disrespectful to if this Covid 19 hadn’t taken over.. In fact, many people.
I am a true believer of the quote –

“Give it time… The weak in character always get tired of pretending. Their true colors will show.”
~ Steve Maraboli

Since I wrote the above apparently said post and website has been deleted… so I guess the time came 😉

Anyway, enough of my ramblings – #SoSS posts are all about supporting fellow bloggers in the community and this month I am dedicating my post completely to Trans folks and specifically to those who wrote posts supporting them. <3

Nillin from Mx Nillin:

Queer Inclusive Words for Trans and Non-Binary Folks to Describe Their Genitalia

The Discrimination Problem with Rebel’s Notes’ Smut Marathon

Quenby from QueerdoConfusion:

Transphobia in Sex Blogging

Scared, Angry, Tired

Trans Joy – Comrades

Quinn from On Queer Street:

Genderqueer genitals: my junk is not inherently female

I do not have to be nice to people who misgender me

Violet from Violet Fawkes:

I Hope You Hate Me

Victoria from Victoria Blisse:

Standing with my Trans and Non Binary Brothers, Sisters, Inbetween and Beyonders

Sub-Bee:

Whats The Buzz 28

Kayla from Kayla Lords

These Moments are Always Bigger Than We Think They Are

Honey from Happy Come lucky:

Trans, Love, Fear, Celebration and Parenting

Joanne from Sex Machine Reviews

The Sex Blogging Community And Transphobia

Julie from Master’s Pleasing Bitch

An Opinion on recent events in the Sex Blogging world

Zebra Rose from KnkStriped:

Cis Ally’s Guide To Not Being Transphobic

Amy from Coffee and Kink:

Fellow Cis People: We Really Need to Talk About Transphobia in the Sex Positive Community

Storm from Vanilla Free sex:

Do better!

Charlie from CharlieX

On being a nonbinary male: 20 questions

And of course, my round-up post wouldn’t be complete without some images 😉

Nillin – all the sex to come

A fantastic collection of images here… Def something to suit all tastes 😉

Quinn – Packing with lace panties

I find this image incredibly hot – it’s that peek of lace that gets me!

Quenby – Still Bratty

And because I simply find knife play sexy AF

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Till next month, lovelies <3 Xx

lsb

 

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4 Comments

The barefoot sub May 12, 2020 at 1:25 pm

What a wonderful selection of posts for me to get stuck into. Thank you for posting this.

I am with you on your rules for life. I only came back mid April so missed the post in question. It’s great that you’ve been able to post this, to (hopefully) bring everyone back to the sunshine N xx

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Julie May 12, 2020 at 5:14 pm

This whole episode has upset me than I can describe, but of course that’s nothing in comparison to fellow bloggers that identify as trans or non binary and who have been hurt so badly by this. Some great links LSB.

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LSB May 12, 2020 at 5:43 pm

Updating the post to include your link, Julie <3 (ps. i just removed it outt athe comment to link above Xx)

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Jupiter Grant May 21, 2020 at 8:00 pm

Thank you for this great post, LSB.

I’ve been away from the blogosphere for a little while, but I have picked up bits and pieces of what’s been going on, and I’m very saddened and disappointed by what I have seen. But I know that absolutely pales in comparison to the hurt that trans/non-binary folks in the sex-blogging community must have been feeling through all of this. Of all communities, I would hope that sex-bloggers could appreciate our diverse realities and respect every individual’s basic right to define themselves according to their own experiences, whether those definitions are to do with kinks, sexuality, or gender identity. I’m sorry that hasn’t proved to be the case, and I am sorry to those who experienced hostility where they should have reasonably expected respect and a safe space in which to be who they are. xxx

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