Someone Else’s Thoughts on Attraction & Desire

Nice post by ActivistGradGirl about desire and attraction, which I may have linked to before, but which I’ve recently re-read, and still like very much.

I love examining desire and attraction, because not only are they deeply personal respones, but they’re also unique to each person. It’s one of the reasons I’ve always hated sexuality labels, and the ways in which we’re allowed to talk about sex. There’s a dialogue we aren’t really allowed to have, when we try to pretend that desire and attraction are exactly the same across the board.

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