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I'm Elisha, a 22 year old Creative Writing student from England. My fandoms include, but are not limited to - Supernatural, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Good Omens, Mean Girls, The Road to El Dorado, Darren Shan, Artemis Fowl, Spartacus, Downton Abbey, Black Books, Hannibal, Shakespeare, Marlowe, and pretty much any musical you could care to mention!
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Apparently wearing a pretty dress out means any asshole is allowed to touch me >:(

So recently I’ve become a lot more body confident and had a wardrobe change. I’ve gone from jeans and baggy tshirts to halterneck rockabilly dresses and heels. Last night I went out to have a few drinks and a dance and I noticed I was getting a lot of attention, which has never really happened before. But the attention quickly stopped being fun and started to get annoying - seven strangers (men) all coming up to me and asking me if I had a boyfriend while they leered at me like I was a piece of meat. This I probably could have handled, it was uncomfortable but I just told them I wasn’t interested and that was that.

But then some guy who was probably a few years older than me but was HUGE (I didn’t even come up to chest height on him) started dancing with me. Fine. He seemed quite nice. I wasn’t interested and I didn’t indicate in any way that I was, but it seemed pretty harmless. That was until he came up behind me and, without having said a word to me, put his hand up my skirt and touched me. Thank God I was wearing tights. I pushed his hand away and he stepped back, only for him to do it AGAIN about a minute later. I’d never been in this situation before and I was alone feeling very vulnerable. I pushed him away and then he tried it for a THIRD time and this time when I pushed him away he grabbed my face and tried to kiss me. I managed to pull out of his grip and I told him I wasn’t interested because I was gay (which I really am). I was so frightened that instead of yelling at him and telling him to fuck off I actually APOLOGISED to that asshole for not being interested! I’m so mad at myself for that. Anyway, when I said I was a lesbian he pulled a really offended expression, threw up his hands, then stalked off in an aggressive manner. 

Now I’m feeling reluctant to ever go out wearing a dress or looking nice ever again. Urgh! 

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okay u can make fun of Shrek all you want but if u don’t think they were the most beautiful fucking movies ever then ur wrong

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the best 12 seconds of the entire high school musical trilogy

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Expectations Vs. Reality / Hannibal (x)

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TMI Appreciation Week - Day 1: Favorite Character - Jace Herondale

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You know when a fast angry song comes on that you know every word to and you’re in just the right mood that your eyes light up with the fire and angst of a thousand punk rockers and you just feel so alive


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at least if you were ever to go on a date with vaas, he’d know how to wine and dine you. but ya’ll better thank him for the flowers.

this was my favourite torture.

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If this gets to 10K notes, I’m going to tweet it to Misha. Come on we can do it!

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"There is something inherently valuable about being a misfit. It’s not to say that every person who has artistic talent was a social outcast, but there is definitely a value for identifying yourself differently and being proud that you are different."
-Daniel Radcliffe

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