I’m selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don’t deserve me at my best.
“Just how United are the Nations? For the forest to be green each tree must be green. It’s like saying all the different nations have their own cultures, they all have their own backgrounds, they all have their own problems, so you have a lot of trouble in the world. But after all, there are a lot of different trees and a lot of different flowers in a garden but they’re all made out of sap. There must be something that underlies all nations, all cultures, all colours, all races, all religion. There’s one underlying truth which relates to them all. And that’s it, for the forest to be green every tree must be green. Just for all of us standing here now, none of us can relate to each other unless we can relate to ourselves, we must find ourselves really. Each country must be strong and united. As soon as we can all have Planet Earth passports I’ll be grateful, because I’m tired of being British or being white, or being a Christian or a Hindu. I don’t have a philosophy, I just believe in the sap that runs throughout.” - George Harrison, UNICEF press conference, New York, 1974, quoted in Living in the Material World
• ACTUAL discriminatory actions or policies with ACTUAL consequences for people of a specific race
Things that SHOULD NOT offend you:
• “Cultural Appropriation”/Blackface (i.e. people wearing whatever the fuck they want)
• “Whitewashing” (i.e. people drawing/casting their film however the fuck they want)
•Anything else with no consequence that you, as a rational adult, should be able to move past
Y’ALL LISTEN I JUST DISCOVERED THAT LINDSEY VAUGHN (the gay bitch who worked with Cat to hurt our baby child, not that you could forget but) IS PLAYED BY JOE’S DAUGHTER CAN YOU HEAR ME SCREAMING???? WAS THIS COMMON KNOWLEDGE???
When she wound her fingers in his hair to draw her body against his, he stilled for breath, and she knew, as he knew, that they were lost. Lost forever. In this kiss. This kiss that would change everything. - The Wrath and the Dawn by Renée Ahdieh