• Capitalist Nerd: Communism can't work because of human nature
  • Me, skating by, eating go-gurt and holding the Communist Manifesto: Human nature changes based on the environment humans are put in loser.
  • Nerd: holy shit

Manifesto Plans to Change The Established Acronym to Its Most Relevant Qualities: The SGAT Community (Same Gender Attracted & Transgender Community) Petitions LGBTQ Orgs All Over The World to Update Their Names In Name of The Entire Community

WE: A Manifesto for Modern Women (Hardcover) – March 8, 2016 

by Gillian Anderson (Author), Jennifer Nadel (Author)

Imagine a sisterhood—across all creeds and cultures. An unspoken agreement that we, as women, will support and encourage one another. That we will remember we don’t know what struggles each of us may be facing elsewhere in our lives and so we will assume that each of us is doing our best…

So begins WE: an inspiring, empowering, and provocative manifesto for change. Change that we can all effect, one woman at a time. Change that provides a crucial and timely antidote to the “have-it-all” superwoman culture and instead focuses on what will make each and every one of us happier and more free. Change that provides an answer to the nagging sense of “is that it?” that almost all of us can succumb to when we wake in the dead of night.

Written by actress Gillian Anderson and journalist Jennifer Nadel—two friends who for the last decade have stumbled along together, learning, failing, crying, laughing, and trying again—WE is a not a theoretical treatise but instead a rallying cry to create a life that has greater meaning and purpose. Combining tools that are practical, psychological and spiritual, WE is both a process and a vision for a more fulfilling way of living. And a truly inspiring vision of a happier, more emotionally rewarding future we can all create together…

Visions of You || Manifesto and Eddie

It had been a very odd few days for Eddie. He had just moved to this new town, and he couldn’t shake the feeling of being watched; all day, every day. Everywhere he went, he had to check over his shoulder repeatedly, hyper-aware of everyone around him. He knew being in a new city was weird, but it should never be this weird.

Everything got substantially weirder the night that Eddie was taking a late-night drive, and almost hit a very attractive stranger with his car. There was something off about the man, when Eddie got out of his car to see why he was in the middle of the street. It was like he was in his own world, not seeing what was in front of him. Eddie placed a hand on the man’s shoulder. “Mate? Hey? Are you all right?” He questioned.