If you have ever been conscious, but unable to move your body or speak when waking up or falling asleep, you have experienced sleep paralysis. During the so-called episode or attack, the person is able to open their eyes and is aware that he or she cannot move. Most occur when lying in a bed and when lying on your back.
I had this weird ass dream that my sister and I were living with my mom at this current age. I was dating this stunt man, and my sister was pregnant like she is in real life. I was hiding the stunt man in my bedroom. He was covered in glass from a show he just finished. My sister came in and said “You can’t have sex with him! Don’t have sex. Okay?” I assumed it effected her morning sickness, so I agreed.
She had a toothbrush in her hand that looked similar to mine so I’m like “Is that my toothbrush?!” She pulls out 2 more to compare it to for reasons I don’t know. Then it clicked, my toothbrush was a lot smaller.
“I went for the full length” she said examining all the super long toothbrush heads in her hand.
Mommy woke up and walked up to us blinking. Her hair was a mess, and her eyes were puffy and watering. Every time she blinked a new eye grew. They were multiplying like cells.
I looked at her and went “Ma, what’s up with your eyes?” in that nervous joking manner I always took when something was terribly wrong. It’s the same tone I took in real life when I noticed her boob lumped up on her shoulder before we found out she had Breast Cancer.
She’s still blinking like “I dunno.”
We were all “Call 911.” It was strange because we were mostly calm.
She responded “No, don’t call 911!” So we didn’t. We just stood there looking at her growing eyes….
we’ve taught girls to romanticise nearly everything a boy does. when i was younger i thought it was cute that boys chased the girl even after she said no. i loved it when after a girl moved away from a kiss, the guy would pull her back and force it on. i thought a guy saying ‘i won’t take a no for an answer’ was passionate and romantic. we’re literally always teaching girls to romanticise abusive traits.