I don’t care I barely have friends, because I have friends that care. And I know things are hard sometimes. But if there was something special before, I know it’ll return eventually, too, if not from their part, from mine. Situations and thoughts might change. People don’t. True friendship and caring always stays. Fact. Fuck all the rest.
"I did what I had to do"
"That ain’t her"
Hey David, I want to thank you for all of the support you have for LGBTQ+ issues. I think all you do gets lost in everything that goes on and you deserve to be recognized for the wonderful example you’re setting. Not everybody gets the amount of support that you alone are giving and to you it may not be a big deal, but it makes a huge impact. I’ve experienced the impact it has in my own personal life and I thought it would be nice to finally send a thank you to someone who I admire <3 –Sarah
I look forward to the day when LGBTQ-etc will be no bigger deal to anyone than the color of someone’s eyes.
It is natural and human.
I dislike that things like that can be “taboo” or “against the norm”.
It’s all totally normal and anyone who thinks differently is living in the past and needs to get with the program and just accept these realities.
I can’t wait for issues revolving around stuff like this to be a thing of the past.
What’s going wrong with families when people need to use me as an excuse to escape christmas gatherings because if they stayed there during christmas acting all happy they’d feel more depressed than on any other day.
Seriously, what the hell.