just gimme me a minute….
For all the ladies (around my age) that have a male best friend:::::
I canNOT tell you how many times I’ve been disrespected or humiliated by a guy and the girl bf is off sniggering in the corner or slyly blasting me on social media. Why? Why is the disrespect so evident and outright? If he’s done something wrong why are you hyping up that kind of behavior? ESPECIALLY if the “victim” is the girlfriend of the guy! No, I am not saying that it is your responsibility to put him in his place or correct him, but to side with him, KNOWING that you would never want to be treated that way yourself???!! I wish y’all would stop seeing it as a competition and start lifting up your fellow woman. I can say from experience that in the past I’ve been extremely too nice and naive to the fact that these girls just don’t see it for me. Well boo you too, but I’d never be the one to put you down or wish bad upon you because I know its hard out here. You out there saying how awful these niggas are, YET you are their number one supporter when it comes to the harsh treatment of other women, without even realizing it. Please stop.
i feel like everyday, i love myself more and more. i realize what i contribute to society and my work center, i have positive people in my life that want the best for me, and i’m happy by myself. what a blessing.
When someone say’s “What did I do that was sooo bad—?”
STOP RIGHT THERE.
Cut it out with that high and mighty bs. Accept the fact that you made a mistake and you were *insensitive, selfish, criticizing, vain, unreasonable*. You are not that great that everybody wants a fucking piece of you. That’s the problem wants to leave you because they’re uncomfortable with the relationship, be understanding. You think asking questions like this is gonna make them reconsider? And THEN, to have them recall all the whack shit you put them through….why?
The Feels (The Giver)
So recently I read “A Clockwork Orange” by Anthony Burgess and reread “The Giver” by Lois Lowry. I really appreciated the lesson given by “Clockwork” that if you take a man’s right to choose, he ceases to become a man. All the vocabulary and language was a nice touch too, definitely outside of anything I’ve read before. However, my feels all came to a head after finishing “Giver”. I don’t remember that book making me feel depressed! Just the thought of Jonas and The Giver having to carry the weight of so many people on their shoulders! Experiencing all these “feels” themselves an wanting so badly to share them with their community. I wasn’t very open to the ending though. The author says she’s surprised to hear that reader’s think that Jonas and the baby are dead, but girl, they dead. *side eye*
"The Last of Us: Left Behind" Greatness
A couple of days ago, I watched the gameplay for The Last of Us: Left Behind DLC. I have never been more impressed with a video game storyline. The writers so perfectly executed a young, gay, interracial relationship between the main characters and I was just so impressed. If you don’t mind watching other people play video games (it’s kinda like a movie) then I definitely recommend it. I watched theRadBrad’s gameplay on youtube.