My name is AHR, and you will never learn what that stands for. I live my life in an abusive relationship with the works of Joss Whedon. I am a fan of writing, drawing, and weeping at my lack of owning a drawing tablet. I enjoy LARPing, and am currently a member of the LARP club at my college. I like to reblog and post things that I have opinions about, because that is what you do with opinions. Things I am a fan of: The Legend of Korra, Harry Potter, One Piece, Pokemon, Once Upon a Time, Arrested Development, Archer, Buffy, Angel, That Guy With the Glasses, and Hetalia. I also have a penchant for reading bad webcomics to the point where I become visibly angry. I don't know why this is. A part of me is powerless to stop it. I like Owls.
My current PC is such a grumpy person and I love it. It’s sometimes nice to be a jerk, not out of angst, but just because of those damn young kids and their lack of knowing better…
That is one of my most favorite kind of jokes. See: Hitchhiker’s Guide and the Pot of Petunias.
it’s funny how providing accommodations to a disabled student is “unfair to the rest of the class” yet imposing a standard on a disabled student that is based on the capabilities of able-bodied students is fair and impartial, isn’t it funny how that works?
Dear Anon, I found your message most hilarious, but I will not be publishing it because it’s a tad too nfsw for my desires of my blog XD
'it is difficult to define homosexuality in the general population'
Actually…yes it can be. For instance, many people will identify as 100% straight, despite being attracted to those in a manner we would consider homosexuality. For example, an investigation sort of thingy was done where straight guys on craiglist would seek out other straight guys…to have sex with them. They had girlfriends and wives, and preferred other dudes with girlfriends and wives, and they identified as straight straight straight, looking to have sex with other straight straight straight men.
….I’m so confused please explain me the thing
which part confuses you? If it’s the part about men having sex with other men, then identifying as straight, sorry, can’t help you there.
you’re supposed to understand people! how could you fail me so??? D:
But that’s not even homosexuality, though, that’s bisexuality if anything. Which was in a different category. Sort of. When the study remembered it existed.
Also! It didn’t make a deal about how the participants actually identified, just which genders they had been sexually active with. (Which isn’t necessarily a marker of attraction, but still.)
I see. I did not know the context! The example was just meant to showcase why figuring out statistics for orientations might be more complicated than it seems at first glance. Seems like the study you are reading is a tad…off?