love to try the hoddie on do you wear it for sex
So, I’m not quite sure what hoodie you’re talking about as I don’t own a hoodie of my own. Followers of my blog know well that I really like latex hoodies, though, so feel free to buy me one as a present :). I don’ t know if I’d want to have sex in one, though. I feel like I’d be channeling murderer vibes…probably rather use it as a rain jacket.
Answering these anonymous questions made me think a bit about the types of comments that I’ve received on my posts in the past. I generally don’t get too many comments, and these examples pretty much sum up the typical response.
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- Hot & sexy rubber boy! WOOF!!
Recently, that original post was taken and reblogged by someone. It’s a little irksome that it has more notes than the original, but that’s beside the point. Check out the comments on that post.
- Very cute and I know it would be a tight fit in its cunt but what pleasure!
- if someone doubt that asian guys are hot, just look this pic :P FUCKING CUTE
- I love Asian guys, but not that many live near by.
The first one…I don’t even know what’s going on there. But what pleasure it has been to read that comment :p. I wonder if something about stripping the photo of it’s original text, it’s original owner and the name of the person photographed, makes it all dehumanized so that you can say whatever you want with no concern of personal feelings.
The other two comments I find a bit off putting because of the racial connotations. Oddly enough, I find the mention of my genetic background more off-putting than comments about my tight fitting xxx, or those that call me a “sexy rubber boy”. These latter comments seem to put me on a level playing ground. i.e. “this is a hot guy”.
However, I find the mention of me being asian or chinese weird. The Chinese part in particular as my parents grew up in HK during the british control and never had Chinese citizenship. In fact, they visited China for the first time last year. I’ve only been to HK once before. Of course, I have no shame about my ancestral background, but what do these words mean?
I find that they are often used to enforce that idea that I am and will always be other. Even though I was born in Canada, and am pretty Canadian, I still get the “Do you speak english?”, “Where are you really from?” questions all the time. Unless you’re a white person of european descent, you’re always going to be treated as other. Much more aware and clever people have spoken more knowledgeably on this subject, and I defer to them. However, trying to compliment me with reference to my ancestral background almost always rings hollow in my ears. All I hear is, “You’re hot for an Asian guy” or “All asians are beautiful, slim, smooth and naturally fit, and you are Asian”. Part of this is definitely my own insecurities because I’m not accustomed to getting positive comments about my appearance, and at times have low self-esteem. Anyway, there are many more words that I’d like to say on this matter, but I don’t have the fortitude for them right now. As always, thanks for reading.