you know it can’t end like that. s h e ’ s n o t a l r i g h t.
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c: no i am not his associate. i ’ m h i s b e s t f r i e n d . right now, his best friend in the universe. have you got some kind of cyber-net in there? because, really, you should look up it up. look up what happens to you if anything happens to me. you think i would give up the doctor? don’t be daft. i would never, ever give up the doctor because h e i s m y b e s t f r i e n d t o o . he is the closest person to me in this whole world. he is the man i will always forgive, always trust. the one man i would never, ever lie to.
“Oh, don’t you ever tell me to mind my language! Don’t you ever tell me to take the stabilisers off my bike! And don’t you dare lump me in with the rest of all the little humans that you think are so tiny and silly and predictable.” (for amandaseyfried)
And maybe in our generation we see a little change, but in the next it’s ten-fold. You don’t change the world in one big step, especially not this kind of thing, it’s taken years to develop and it’s going to take years to un-develop and for equality. If all of us—me and you and you and Jeanine and Marsha and all the women you’ve interviewed—if one girl is effected and changed and moved by it then that’s worth it, and we’re doing something meaningful. // Kelli O’Hara for The Interval