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learningpoly:

kimchicuddles:

Inspired by Louloria of MultipleMatch.com, who I did this interview with a while back:  http://www.multiplematch.com/2013/12/interview-with-kimchi-cuddles-poly-awareness-through-comics

I very much did start out in the second panel, where I accepted polyamory as a requirement of being in a relationship with him, and was very much willing to give it a shot, but would have much preferred to be able to have a monogamous relationship.
There are definitely still some days when I wish I “didn’t have to deal with this”, but you know what? Those are days when I’m generally feeling down and depressed for totally unrelated reasons. It’s more my brain being upset and lashing out trying to find things in my life to blame. As a grow as a person, and really examine my life goals and my personal values, I’ve come to see polyamory not as a thing I need to “adapt” to, but as a normal part of my life; as something that pushes me to be better, and something I am grateful for.
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learningpoly:

kimchicuddles:

Inspired by Louloria of MultipleMatch.com, who I did this interview with a while back:  http://www.multiplematch.com/2013/12/interview-with-kimchi-cuddles-poly-awareness-through-comics

I very much did start out in the second panel, where I accepted polyamory as a requirement of being in a relationship with him, and was very much willing to give it a shot, but would have much preferred to be able to have a monogamous relationship.

There are definitely still some days when I wish I “didn’t have to deal with this”, but you know what? Those are days when I’m generally feeling down and depressed for totally unrelated reasons. It’s more my brain being upset and lashing out trying to find things in my life to blame. As a grow as a person, and really examine my life goals and my personal values, I’ve come to see polyamory not as a thing I need to “adapt” to, but as a normal part of my life; as something that pushes me to be better, and something I am grateful for.

wtrescues:

curiously-chamomile-queer:

blckhrt141:

overland-frost:


You’re much stronger than you think you are

I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.

This makes me love Superman even more.

I prefer Michael Straczynski take on a similar scene

Superman: A being capable of moving the heavens and Earth itself, will always take the time to let you just how important you really are

Not WTR stuff, sorry, but something I felt I needed to reblog:
It’s stories like these that define why I love Superman (pre-reboot, got no interest in the horror fest of DCnU) as a character. And it’s because of instances like this that I don’t understand why people can hate Superman, as a character. You might not like his powerset and you might not like the stereotypes that surround him, but I feel like the people who hate him never read the moments like the two pictured above. I feel like his detractors never really try to get to know Clark, as a person, and see why he’s an inspirational beacon that brings out the best in all of humanity. If I was ever in his shoes, ever given his powers, I could only hope, in my heart of hearts, that I could put away my cynicism and stop looking at the world with jaded eyes and be even one tenth of the man he is.
Because, in the end, what makes him so great is not that he’s a Superman; It is that he’s just a man.
wtrescues:

curiously-chamomile-queer:

blckhrt141:

overland-frost:


You’re much stronger than you think you are

I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.

This makes me love Superman even more.

I prefer Michael Straczynski take on a similar scene

Superman: A being capable of moving the heavens and Earth itself, will always take the time to let you just how important you really are

Not WTR stuff, sorry, but something I felt I needed to reblog:
It’s stories like these that define why I love Superman (pre-reboot, got no interest in the horror fest of DCnU) as a character. And it’s because of instances like this that I don’t understand why people can hate Superman, as a character. You might not like his powerset and you might not like the stereotypes that surround him, but I feel like the people who hate him never read the moments like the two pictured above. I feel like his detractors never really try to get to know Clark, as a person, and see why he’s an inspirational beacon that brings out the best in all of humanity. If I was ever in his shoes, ever given his powers, I could only hope, in my heart of hearts, that I could put away my cynicism and stop looking at the world with jaded eyes and be even one tenth of the man he is.
Because, in the end, what makes him so great is not that he’s a Superman; It is that he’s just a man.
wtrescues:

curiously-chamomile-queer:

blckhrt141:

overland-frost:


You’re much stronger than you think you are

I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.

This makes me love Superman even more.

I prefer Michael Straczynski take on a similar scene

Superman: A being capable of moving the heavens and Earth itself, will always take the time to let you just how important you really are

Not WTR stuff, sorry, but something I felt I needed to reblog:
It’s stories like these that define why I love Superman (pre-reboot, got no interest in the horror fest of DCnU) as a character. And it’s because of instances like this that I don’t understand why people can hate Superman, as a character. You might not like his powerset and you might not like the stereotypes that surround him, but I feel like the people who hate him never read the moments like the two pictured above. I feel like his detractors never really try to get to know Clark, as a person, and see why he’s an inspirational beacon that brings out the best in all of humanity. If I was ever in his shoes, ever given his powers, I could only hope, in my heart of hearts, that I could put away my cynicism and stop looking at the world with jaded eyes and be even one tenth of the man he is.
Because, in the end, what makes him so great is not that he’s a Superman; It is that he’s just a man.
wtrescues:

curiously-chamomile-queer:

blckhrt141:

overland-frost:


You’re much stronger than you think you are

I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.

This makes me love Superman even more.

I prefer Michael Straczynski take on a similar scene

Superman: A being capable of moving the heavens and Earth itself, will always take the time to let you just how important you really are

Not WTR stuff, sorry, but something I felt I needed to reblog:
It’s stories like these that define why I love Superman (pre-reboot, got no interest in the horror fest of DCnU) as a character. And it’s because of instances like this that I don’t understand why people can hate Superman, as a character. You might not like his powerset and you might not like the stereotypes that surround him, but I feel like the people who hate him never read the moments like the two pictured above. I feel like his detractors never really try to get to know Clark, as a person, and see why he’s an inspirational beacon that brings out the best in all of humanity. If I was ever in his shoes, ever given his powers, I could only hope, in my heart of hearts, that I could put away my cynicism and stop looking at the world with jaded eyes and be even one tenth of the man he is.
Because, in the end, what makes him so great is not that he’s a Superman; It is that he’s just a man.
wtrescues:

curiously-chamomile-queer:

blckhrt141:

overland-frost:


You’re much stronger than you think you are

I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.

This makes me love Superman even more.

I prefer Michael Straczynski take on a similar scene

Superman: A being capable of moving the heavens and Earth itself, will always take the time to let you just how important you really are

Not WTR stuff, sorry, but something I felt I needed to reblog:
It’s stories like these that define why I love Superman (pre-reboot, got no interest in the horror fest of DCnU) as a character. And it’s because of instances like this that I don’t understand why people can hate Superman, as a character. You might not like his powerset and you might not like the stereotypes that surround him, but I feel like the people who hate him never read the moments like the two pictured above. I feel like his detractors never really try to get to know Clark, as a person, and see why he’s an inspirational beacon that brings out the best in all of humanity. If I was ever in his shoes, ever given his powers, I could only hope, in my heart of hearts, that I could put away my cynicism and stop looking at the world with jaded eyes and be even one tenth of the man he is.
Because, in the end, what makes him so great is not that he’s a Superman; It is that he’s just a man.
wtrescues:

curiously-chamomile-queer:

blckhrt141:

overland-frost:


You’re much stronger than you think you are

I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.

This makes me love Superman even more.

I prefer Michael Straczynski take on a similar scene

Superman: A being capable of moving the heavens and Earth itself, will always take the time to let you just how important you really are

Not WTR stuff, sorry, but something I felt I needed to reblog:
It’s stories like these that define why I love Superman (pre-reboot, got no interest in the horror fest of DCnU) as a character. And it’s because of instances like this that I don’t understand why people can hate Superman, as a character. You might not like his powerset and you might not like the stereotypes that surround him, but I feel like the people who hate him never read the moments like the two pictured above. I feel like his detractors never really try to get to know Clark, as a person, and see why he’s an inspirational beacon that brings out the best in all of humanity. If I was ever in his shoes, ever given his powers, I could only hope, in my heart of hearts, that I could put away my cynicism and stop looking at the world with jaded eyes and be even one tenth of the man he is.
Because, in the end, what makes him so great is not that he’s a Superman; It is that he’s just a man.

wtrescues:

curiously-chamomile-queer:

blckhrt141:

overland-frost:

You’re much stronger than you think you are

I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.

This makes me love Superman even more.

I prefer Michael Straczynski take on a similar scene

Superman: A being capable of moving the heavens and Earth itself, will always take the time to let you just how important you really are

Not WTR stuff, sorry, but something I felt I needed to reblog:

It’s stories like these that define why I love Superman (pre-reboot, got no interest in the horror fest of DCnU) as a character. And it’s because of instances like this that I don’t understand why people can hate Superman, as a character. You might not like his powerset and you might not like the stereotypes that surround him, but I feel like the people who hate him never read the moments like the two pictured above. I feel like his detractors never really try to get to know Clark, as a person, and see why he’s an inspirational beacon that brings out the best in all of humanity. If I was ever in his shoes, ever given his powers, I could only hope, in my heart of hearts, that I could put away my cynicism and stop looking at the world with jaded eyes and be even one tenth of the man he is.

Because, in the end, what makes him so great is not that he’s a Superman; It is that he’s just a man.

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