If A Cute College Guy Tried To Pull Off A Peter Kavinsky Costume On Halloween, I'd Probably Go For It TBH

We all know that ever since the release of "To All The Boys I've Loved Before" no one can stop talking about Peter Kavinsky (me especially).

We also all know that Halloween is going to be here before we know it, and I am really hoping to see some Peter Kavinsky's out there.

Although I don't just want guys trying to look like Peter K, I want then trying to act like him also. I want the full package. If a cute guy pulls this off, guaranteed I will talk about it for months like I have with the real Peter K (thank you Noah Centineo and Netflix).

What girl doesn't want a boy to spin her around from her back pocket? Go across town to get her, her favorite snack? Move the popcorn before making a mess while having a pillow fight with their little sister?? Come one people, bring on Peter Kavinsky.

Honestly, girls don't want to just be treated like this for Halloween we want this all the time. The looks don't matter as much as their personality does. We really pay attention to not only how you treat us but to how you treat others. We notice when you are acting differently than normal, we notice when you are happier than normal. Girls don't just want a Peter Kavinsky because of his beautiful eyes, and his height, because when it comes down to it, it's his personality that is sticking with us girls.

This isn't to say we want all boys acting like Peter K, but we want some Peter-esque qualities when spending time with guys.

I'm also not saying to not dress up like Peter K for Halloween, because honestly girls (including myself) would be all in for it. It is definitely something I fully support. Give the girls what we want, and focus on your personality and how you love others and I promise girls will come running to you.

All in all, yes we want a Peter K, but you don't have to be Peter K to reach that goal, because honestly no boy will ever be as great as the real Peter Kavinsky. But we do want guys putting in a little more effort, because some of us girls are not the kind of girls to put ourselves completely out there like that.

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Friend Breakups Exist, And They Can Hurt More Than Romantic Breakups

Even though this friendship is over, life still continues as if nothing has happened which can make it easy to feel as though the whole world is against you in this tough time.


Friendship breakups are real and can be just as painful, if not worse, than the ending of a romantic relationship. Although we never seem to hear about it in popular culture/the media, they certainly happen to more people than you'd think. This can leave you heart-broken, sad, and possibly even a little hopeless. While it's important to acknowledge how you feel, don't yourself dwell on the hard feelings.

You're now two separate people walking along two completely different roads, with no intentions to cross paths along the way. Even though this friendship is over, life still continues as if nothing has happened which can make it easy to feel as though the whole world is against you in this tough time.

Suppressing your emotions will only lead to an explosion of more emotions later. Honor how you feel and don't be ashamed of it. We're all human, meaning it is perfectly normal for us to be upset over something that once held great significance in our lives. At the same time, don't acknowledge your feelings too much. Sulking has the ability to make you feel worse. Keep yourself occupied with tasks that will make you forget about the situation for some time. If possible, leave your house/apartment/dorm to make sure you are actually busy. Go for a run, try (window) shopping, or pick up a new hobby.

It's almost as if society rejects the idea of breaking up with a friend. While a lot of people often use the dreaded phrase "if we're still together" very rarely does anyone say "if we're still friends." Why do we view romantic partners as the only ones capable of breaking our hearts? As someone who acts as a companion in one way or another, losing them can take just as much of a toll on you. Perhaps it hurts even more.

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10 Sex-Positive Candidates To Look For In The 2018 Midterm Elections

Noteworthy candidates who view human sexuality as more than the act itself, but also a potential mechanism for power and change.

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There has been another shift in current American history in regards to sexual politics up to the point where there are visible parallels to the sexual revolution in the 1960s. Now people are embracing sexual liberation again. There's a new wave of sex-positive promotion that encourages a holistic view of sex and sexuality. Though it's not a term normally used in politics, there are still certain issues that coincide with the movement. Picking a candidate who holds sex-positive beliefs can help ensure that there is justice for sexual assault and domestic abuse survivors, rights for the LGBTQ community, recognition of intersectional feminism, expansion of accurate sex education, security for reproductive rights, and more! Here are 10 sex-positive candidates to look out for in the 2018 midterm elections:

1. Ayanna Pressley (Massachusetts, 7th district, Democrat)

Long before the #MeToo movement, Pressley held hearings in order to improve policies of sexual assault on college campuses. Having gone through an experience with sexual assault herself at the age of 19, she stated that "it's imperative that colleges foster an environment where students feel comfortable coming forward."

2. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (New York, 14th district, Democrat)

Many know of her as the candidate who could potentially be the youngest woman ever to be elected into Congress. However not many are aware of her values of intersectionality and inclusion of rights for ALL women. On her website she clearly states that she "wants to create a society in which women—which includes Black women, Native women, poor women, immigrant women, disabled women, Muslim women, lesbian queer and trans women—are free and able to care for and nurture their families in safe and healthy environments free from structural impediments."

3. Ilhan-Omar (Minnesota, 5th district, Democrat)

She has expressed concern about discrimination of the LGBTQ community via her Twitter account. She hopes to ban conversion therapy and pass anti-bullying legislation.

4. Kathy Manning (North Carolina, 13th district, Democrat)

Manning advocates for protecting access to health care among women as well as promoting equal economic opportunities.

5. Katie Hill (California, 25th district, Democrat)

Hill is openly bisexual, and hopes to give a voice to the LGBTQ community be heard by protecting equality. She also stands up for the rights of reproductive freedom for women.

6. Lauren Underwood (Illinois, 14th district, Democrat)

Underwood has expressed her disapproval of the recent bill that has stripped funding of public schools that do not adhere to teaching of abstinence based only sex education. She desires to provide teenagers with the tools they need in order to make safe decisions about sex without being pressured into one option. She also disapproves of discrimination of transgender people in the military.

7. Beto O'Rourke (Texas, 16th district, Democrat)

O`Rourke has already made specific steps in order to enhance our education system regarding accurate and comprehensive sex education. He is one of the sponsors of the Real Education for Healthy Youth Act which not only provides teachers with training on sex education but outlaws funds that go toward sex education that withholds information about HIV and scientific evidence regarding sexual activity.

8. Jared Polis (Colorado, 2nd district, Democrat)

Polis is one of the lead sponsors of the Student Non-Discrimination Act which helps fights against intolerant acts against those due to their sexual orientation or gender identity and the Responsible Education About Life Act which gives grants to school systems in order for students to receive sex education includes information on both abstinence and contraception.

9. Kevin De León (California, 24th district, Democrat)

Legislative voting records show that he has been consistent in his efforts to prohibit sexual conversion therapy and alleviate mental repercussions of discrimination based on sexual orientation.

10. Angus King (Maine, 2nd district, Independent)

Voting records show that he was in favor of reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act which created methods to improve justice for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault crimes. He also signed in favor of funding family planning clinics in order for clients of low-income communities to receive regular pap smears, mammograms, and STD testing.

With that said, let me make one thing crystal clear. By no means am I saying that upholding a sex-positive ideology is the only thing you should look for within a potential candidate. Other issues concerning war, gun violence, systematic racism, economy, homeland security, and employment are still hard-hitting issues that everyone should take into account when voting next month. However, a candidate who has a more holistic approach about sex can further give you an idea about how they'll choose to dismantle a broken system.

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