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✧ with his educated eyes, and his head between my thighs, i found a savior ✧

@Michael5SOS: make music, not war. THEN make love. then maybe make some pancakes

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    mumbled "waddup"

    i'm thinking of bringing out an "exclusive" story on this account? as in it won't be featured on my main or anything. yes??? no????
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    mumbled "Don't attack, instead educate"

    I have seen it too many times on this site, but also on Twitter and what not. People refer to a transgender person the wrong way, they use the wrong pronouns for a cisgender person, or they might say something homophobic without even realizing it. A good example, when Caitlyn Jenner released her Vanity cover and everyone was talking about her. Demi Lovato tweeted "Guys.... Caitlyn Jenner has better boobs than I do... ������" and everyone immediately attacked her saying she was being a transmisogynist, as did people start fighting with each other over it in the comments. I remember at the time being confused because I didn't understand what she had said wrong, but I didn't dare to ask anyone because I feared getting attacked for it. Eventually after spending some time wrecking my brain over it I realized that Demi was with that tweet basically implying that her boobs were better than those of a "real" woman, as if Caitlyn wasn't and saying that as a cis woman by default should look better or have better boobs. Also, with that tweet she placed them in a box as if trans women need a passing or as if she should validate them. But my point is, they just attacked. I didn't understand. Of course there are some people that are just transmisogyists and homophobic and all, but there also just people that don't understand. I understand that the LGBT community has been placed in a society in which they are continuously attacked, so the feel the need to constantly bite from themselves off and stand up for themselves, but not everyone is like that. All I'm saying is I wish we could instead of always immediately attacking people, we could try to educate. Of course, not everyone will listen, but isn't it at least worth a shot?
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    mumbled "[sigh]"


    My source of constant sadness.