some people feel pressured by labels, and therefor don’t like to label their sexuality
some people find comfort in labels, and labeling their sexuality has given them a feeling of belonging
both are completely fine
i’m not sure why some people still can’t comprehend this
Anonymous said: hi- just wondering if you have any tips or ingrown hairs? looks like other hirsutites have soft hair and i have the thickest, most prickly mess ever. especially on my chest and navel. it's so embarrassing, i think i'm gonna be covered in scars from the ingrowns! any ideas? thank you so much!
I struggle with ingrown hair a lot too! The only thing that helps that i know of is to exfoliate. You can use an exfoliating glove or make your own exfoliator at home. You can use sugar+oil or mix ground oats/rice with a bit of salt to have the consistency you prefer. The two last methods are quite messy, so it’s better to do it in the shower and be careful after because the oil can make the floor slippery (well mostly if you use a lot of oil, like to exfoliate the whole legs). Be extra careful with that if you live with kids or old people. Use that 1-3 times a week depending of the body part and how rough the exfoliator is. When you use it, make circular movements and don’t press too hard, it’s not supposed to hurt. The skin of the chest is particularly sensitive. And be sure to put cream or oil after! Hope this helps!
You are not going in circles
You are making progress in a spiral. You do come back around to where you were at the start, since recovery and healing take time, but every time you come back around to that point you’re a little higher up because you’ve got more experience, more knowledge, and more strength.
You ARE making progress
this is the best fucking thing i have ever read.
Always making progress