My dad just said: at your age you’ll probably wanna try a lot of things. Boys, girls, being a girl, being a boy, being punk or goth or spunky. And im okay with that. As long as you don’t come home and tell me youre a republican
There’s nothing quite like trying to take a picture of a Boston monument with your aunt and mom as two assholes in a car drive by and yell, “Chinks go home.”
And then your friends have the nerve to say you shouldn’t be offended because “you’re not even Asian.”
Talk about missing the fucking point. At the end of the day while I was shocked and disturbed at the overt display of racism I experienced, I was more upset at the dismissive comments I received from my friends.
Today was a long day. I need sleep and new friends.
You can be proud of your sexuality and still in the closet for your own safety. Not everyone you know has to know that you’re not straight for you to be a ‘good’ queer/gay. Protecting yourself from homophobes is not ‘contributing to the issue’. Do not come out into a dangerous situation with no support network or without any financial independence. If you think someone might out you, don’t tell them shit.
ladies, if a guy doesn’t eat pussy but still expects to get his dick sucked… laugh right in his face. laugh as you put your clothes back on. leave the room in the midst of your laughter. go home while laughing. keep laughing for the rest of your life. never stop laughing.
“Start your twenties with a lot of friends and leave with a few good ones. What happened? People faded away into their careers and relationships. Fights were had and never resolved. Shit happens.”—Ryan O’Connell (via twenty-what)
“I don’t usully like thinking about the future. i mean, let’s face it, you can’t predict what’s going to happen. but sometimes, the thing you didn’t expect is what you really wanted after all. maybe the best thing to do is just stop trying to figure out where you’re going, and enjoy where you’re at.
- scrubs”—(via sailing-through-stars)
“There are 41 wars being fought around the world right now. Most of us are busy and we race through our weeks without paying a great deal of attention, but yesterday this week stopped, because one of those wars reached into the sky and grabbed 298 people who could have been any of us.”—CBS’ Scott Pelley, commenting on our shared humanity, after the missile attack of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 (source)