Anonymous said: *Wakes up* Flawless starts playing
My actually alarm tone….
f-u-c-k-d-o-l-l said: 1. Your comment under the photoshopped Beyonce photo was immaculate and I have so much respect for you to voice that publicly. So many people have such a twisted view on feminism and what Bey did was phenomenal - them turning it into a joke was terrible and thank you for pointing that out. 2., you are an awesome person and thank you for being wonderful. You're great(:
You just made my day. Thank you. X
Anonymous said: There this transgender kid in my school. And everyone giving him a hard time, one time he walk into the girls bathroom and all the girls was messing with him telling him to leave. I hanged out with him and he really nice and sweet and very unfiltered (that why i love him) but most of the kids don't see that and it breaks my heart so much to see in a world full of chaos people are still this ignorant. How do i help bring awarness to this and how do i make him feel better
First of all props to you for being such an amazing person. High school can be a bitch. In regards to your question, if you find the kid an avenue he excels in maybe things will ease up. One of the dudes in my year was (not fully but somewhat - it’s complicated) transgender and he wore make up and copped a lot of crap up until half way through highschool. He was however, unbelievably funny and quite frankly the most hilarious individual I have ever met in my life, he quickly became quite popular and to this day remains one of my very close friends. I’m not saying that this is a viable solution for your friend but I can only tell you what I know from my experience.