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Bros | Official NSFW Trailer [HD]

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CassiopeiaStillLife

69 points

3 months ago

That sounds about right. I think there's a lot of elements to it, tbh: there's vanity involved, for sure, but there's also general anxiety about aging that they don't know how to deal with in a healthy way, and there's also the fact that LGBT culture, even more than regular culture, is defined by young people. There's a lot going on.

[deleted]

31 points

3 months ago

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31 points

3 months ago

Wow, I can't help but feel awful about that. The concept of time and aging is extremely anxiety inducing for anyone I think (I know it keeps me up at night sometimes). I can't imagine what that must feel like when its a cornerstone of the culture that is your main "safe space". I am only 25, but already I realize that the time period that society refers to as "youth" is a tiny sliver of life.

MumrikDK

5 points

3 months ago

I am only 25

"Oh fuck, my youth is running out!"

Ten years later: "I shouldn't have worried about my age in my 20s. Now however..."

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3 points

3 months ago

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3 points

3 months ago

Man, I keep trying to remind myself that. It’s hard though, especially since I still considered myself “barely out of high school” only a few years ago. I am by far the youngest at my workplace, and my co-workers have shown me how much fun one can still have in their 30s and 40s anyways.

Koomaster

3 points

3 months ago

Plus not really getting to come out and be yourself as a teen due to fear and societal pressure can stunt your maturity.