Lets look back and ask,
when did we stop caring
 about growing?
 about being a better person
 rather than being superior 
than the other?
 Since when did we stop
looking at our inner self?
 Like how it should
blossom in the light,
and not settle in the dark.
Dear Diamonds!

I really want to get to know you better! I’m curious about your stories, why you love Marina and what you love about her and her music. What does she give you? How do the lyrics refer to your lives? How did she affect your identity? Have you ever met her? If yes, how?

So, dear Diamonds, it’s your turn to send me your experiences with her music and live shows and etc. I’m gonna share them one by one! :)

You know when you’re at a concert and you’re screaming so loud your lungs are about to go up your esophagus ?? And then the artist says “I can’t hear you” or “louder !” Like ???? Bitch this is all I got ????? How much more do you think I have to offer ??? Probably a lot

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Dear Abled People (the majority of you)

I wish you’d stop treating the word “disability” like it’s a bad word and stop using the word “normal” as something we should all aspire towards instead.

I wish you’d stop forcing on us your opinion on what it means to be disabled when you have none to speak of from experience.

I wish you’d stop disagreeing with us when we share our experiences and choices that revolve around our disability. Disagreeing doesn’t make our disability any less real.

I wish you’d stop treating our disabilities as obstacles we’re all desperately trying to overcome, because some of us never saw them as obstacles until YOU said they were.

I wish you’d stop culturally appropriating us.

I wish you used real disabled people to represent us in your movies and creative projects.

I wish you’d stop pretending it’s something we don’t talk about, because your children internalize that there’s something wrong with them when you pretend it’s not there.

But most of all, I wish you’d listen to us. Without assumptions. Without judgment. Without romanticism. Without fear. But with love, patience, and understanding.

Yeah, I wish you would.


Last night was so was so amazing.
I went up to Rian first and told him it was my 10th show and he asked me to repeat myself so I did. He then tried to copy my accent (pretty badly too). Then he said “I love how you guys talk it’s so funny”.
I then went across to Jack and by this point I was so warm so was fanning myself with future hearts which I was getting signed and when it was my turn he turned and said “it’s so hot in this room because you’re here” WHAT EVEN IS LIFE. I DONT EVEN KNOW ANYMORE. I DIDNT EVEN KNOW WHAT TO DO.
I then went across to Zack and I was wearing one of the Amerrickan shirts that I had altered. So he told me I loved it. I said that I have loads of others, I’m a bit obsessed, he just went “I’m going to give you a hug for supporting me”. He is so lovely.
Last but not least I went to Alex. I told him that it was 10th show as well and he thanked me for supporting them for so long. I told him that my first show they covered teenage dream and it was so good. He said “gosh that seems like so long ago”. I told him I was 17 at that show and I was 22 so 5 years.
It was so amazing to actually have the confidence to talk. Although I did freeze a little with Jack because WHAT WAS I SUPPOSED TO SAY!?
They are seriously the nicest people in the world. I love them so much.