Girl Meets World 2X28 : Girl Meets Commonism

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Girl Meets World Season 2 Episode 27 : Girl Meets Money

Based on ABC’s hugely popular 1993-2000 sitcom, this comedy, set in New York City, tells the wonderfully funny, heartfelt stories that “Boy Meets World” is renowned for – only this time from a tween girl’s perspective – as the curious and bright 7th grader Riley Matthews and her quick-witted friend Maya Fox embark on an unforgettable middle school experience. But their plans for a carefree year will be adjusted slightly under the watchful eyes of Riley’s parents – dad Cory, who’s also a faculty member (and their new History teacher), and mom Topanga, who owns a trendy afterschool hangout that specializes in pudding.


Cinderella Movie Online (2015)


PG | 1h 45min |
Drama, Family, Fantasy |
13 March 2015 (USA)

When her father unexpectedly passes away, young Ella finds herself at the mercy of her cruel stepmother and her scheming step-sisters. Never one to give up hope, Ella’s fortunes begin to change after meeting a dashing stranger.

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“ When her father unexpectedly passes away, young Ella finds herself at the mercy of her cruel stepmother and her daughters. Never one to give up hope, Ella’s fortunes begin to change after meeting a dashing stranger in the woods. ”

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Um…I’m working on it?

But in all honesty, why should I bother learning to pilot if I can just have my parents chauffeur me around everywhere? Besides, years of being in the same ship as my dad has made me very aware of the dangers of flying.

…On second thought, maybe that’s a reason why I should learn. The less often I place my life in Dad’s hyperdrive-happy hands, the better.

the rumoured existence of a 'welcoming community' is white homonationalist propaganda

Invariably, whenever discussions about who does or does not belong in ~lgbt+~ spaces arises, someone will say, “these spaces are supposed to be welcoming, but then people have to deal with identity policing, erasure, horizontal aggression, etc.”

Of the many lies told by white homonationalists, I think this is one of the most deeply damaging. At least on personal basis. But… given how this plays out on a inter-community level, its also super harmful there too.

I always wonder: do these ppl talking about erasure and exclusion ever stop to think that, by and large, these spaces actually only welcome one (maybe two) kinds of people? First and foremost, these spaces are where white cis gays are welcome and build community. Depending on the spaces, some of them might be more focused on white cis lesbians. But even the spaces for white cis lesbians are fewer and harder to find.

It doesn’t matter if we are talking about dance clubs, cafes, university groups, resource centres, ‘community’ centres, lobby groups, etc. All of these spaces are designed for and centre cis white gays. Sure there are some niche groups/spaces out there. But… they are significantly harder to find and are often contained within the white homonationalist infrastructure.

The reality is, is that most of the ~lgbt+~ spaces that currently exist were never intended to be inclusive. In actual fact, the existence of these spaces depends on a moment of historical violence and erasure that cis white gays continue to mythologize in order to maintain control over the spaces and the ~lgbt movement~ as a whole.

Unless you are a cis white gay, you should expect most (if not all) of the alleged ~lgbt+~ spaces to be actively hostile to you. Or violent. Or exclusionary. These spaces are predicated on violence, erasure, and exclusion. They exist and continue to exist because of these things.

We talk a lot about assimilation to heternormative and/or cisnormative society, but I hope people realizing that trying to assimilate into the white homonationalist 'umbrella’ isn’t really any better.

Beyond the personal, individual damage this pernicious myth causes, these seemingly never ending 'discussions’ about who does or does not belong in ~lgbt+~ spaces legitimize the authority of white homonationalists. We legitimize their lie that they represent the ~lgbt+ community~. That the resources and infrastructure they control is somehow 'for everyone’ and everyone is welcome.

It’s interesting the way that cishets hand out crumbs to pacify white homonationalists who then create a culture of artificial scarcity and zero sum politics to ensure they control the crumbs and the rest of us fight each other over the crumbs of crumbs.

As I’ve said before, its always super fun to watch a bunch of ppl try to join a space that is and was built on the back of trans women of colour. To see a bunch of ppl cram into that space and go, “gosh, I thought that this was supposed to be welcoming to everyone” but not noticing the bodies they climb over to get there.

Please Forgive Me - Part 5 - The End

Here we go everyone! the final part!!! enjoy!!

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

You know they’re going to try and set up a trap for you so you double back quietly and try to catch them off guard. You’d had enough games; it was time to finish it.

You hear them whisper ahead of you, you round the corner to see them make their way around the opposite end of the corridor, you crouch in the dark to save being seen and wait.

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I’m tired. My baby bro early twenties told me he’s been depressed and has been hearing voices and they keep him awake at night but get better when he prays. But only for a short time. My heart dropped. So we all have issues - damaged from our childhood traumas. We can’t deny it anymore. We are hard workers and try to live life normally but this stuff follows us. I wish we had a mom or dad or aunt or any other relative to talk to but we have no one - alone and it hurts. It’s a big thing him saying something to me - I think he’s scared. I finally managed to be adult and support him. I’ve convinced him to get help rather than just focusing on spirituality - I have never seen God healing mental illness or trauma - I have no time for that. I’m getting help - was told recently I have ptsd from abuse sustained over a long period of time - I do the same sort of work supporting people with the same struggles I have. I live a lie - a double life and I am finally starting to be open and honest. I pray my siblings and I heal and thrive. I wish they did not have to feel bad / if I had a magic wand I’d erase everything from them. I’d create a mom and dad - I think we just need lots of love and caring and hugs. We are love starved. This just makes me sad. However I will get up in the morning shower put on makeup, dress up and work despite how hard moments will be. Somehow it is possible to triumph daily.