ben-c:

msrmoony:

If you ever date an asexual person be sure to get the specifics of their asexuality because the level of comfort with physical contact is different for all of us.

as an asexual person, i’m a little confused as to why you think this only applies to us. this applies to all people. no matter who you date, their level of comfort with physical contact will vary, and whether they’re ace or not it’s your job to establish a comfort zone

Anonymous asked:

Why was it so hard for Ten to move on after Doomsday?

asthewheelwills answered:

Oh my dear, sweet Nonny…

Because, when you look at someone like this…

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or like this…

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When you look at each other like…

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or

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Or especially

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When you hug like this…

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And like this…

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And like this…

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And like this…

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And like this…

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When you kiss like this…

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and this…

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When you’ve promised…

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When you’ve learned…

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And that…

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And when you’ve decided…

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How do you get over that?

Because…

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allegoricalrose:

Tenth Doctor / Rose touch trajectory through Series 2

This is what happens when a behavioural scientist gets tired of hearing ‘clingy girlfriend’ comments…

For notes and a longer description, see here

Bonus fact: the biggest difference in touch frequencies was in the Rise of the Cybermen / Age of Steel two-parter, where the Doctor initiated touching five times to her one.

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