the darkest of times

I’m thankful for those who actually care about me and go out of their way to talk to me and show me love at my darkest times or when I’m upset about small things, so many people in my life, yet a select few who have actually ever cared. I love you

What I noticed about the signs

Aries: The most enthusiastic people I know. They will never lose their energy or optimism, even in the darkest of times.

Taurus: The most humorous people I know. They will make a joke out of everything, even if that means they won’t deal with the real situation.

Gemini: The most insecure people I know. Even though they’re always talking and doing so many interesting thing, deep down they doubt their every action.

Cancer: The most ambitious people I know. They need attention, they need to succeed and they will fight for that.

Leo: The most generous people I know. They will give up everything to help you, even if they don’t get anything in return.

Virgo: The most stubborn people I know. They won’t stop arguing with you, even if they know they’re wrong. They can’t stand being wrong.

Libra: The fairest people I know. They will treat you exactly the way you treat them. Also, they won’t forget about you and will remain good friends.

Scorpio: The most devoted people I know. If they’re into something, they’re so deep into it, you just can’t not notice.

Sagittarius: The most honest people I know. They will tell you the truth, even if you don’t want to hear it. Lies hurt them.

Capricorn: The strongest people I know. No matter what happened to them, they will always remain the same.

Aquarius: The most unpredictable people I know. They’re so weird, you never know what they will do or say.

Pisces: The kindest people I know. They will never say no to you or ignore you, even if they don’t like you.

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I wouldn’t call it [Rogue One] a political or not political film. I just would say this film talks about stuff that we should remind ourselves these days. This is the darkest times in the galaxy. There’s no Jedi around. There’s no one there to do the job for us and it’s the people who have to get involved. And it’s about that —  it’s about people understanding that if we work together as a team, we can achieve great things and we can bring change.

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So I made Sam out of melted Crayons! Jack/Sean is one of my favorite YouTubers and he’s honestly helped me get though my darkest times.

So I would love some help from this awesome community to get this to his attention!   Thanks! 

@therealjacksepticeye

~Ashton AKA Ashyytinns

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“A word of caution: dementors are vicious creatures. They will not distinguish between the one they hunt and the one who gets in their way. Therefore I must warn each and every one of you to give them no reason to harm you. It’s not in the nature of a dementor to be forgiving. But you know happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, when one only remembers to turn on the light.

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It's about to be easier for transgender teens in Australia to get their hormones
"Every step of the way it feels like it's a fight to let her be her."
By Lane Sainty

Australia is the only country in the world that requires transgender teenagers to go to family court before they can access hormone replacement therapy. And now, a community legal organization will help teens get the transition care they need without breaking the bank.

The group Justice Connect will connect trans youth with pro bono legal representation for the process of getting hormone treatment and/or puberty blockers. A family that doesn’t have pro bono representation can spend as much as $20,000 on the legal process.

People working with the project also acknowledge that it’s a temporary step as activists work to completely abolish the legal component of getting hormones. 

Young transgender woman Georgie Stone, who has collected thousands of signatures on a petition to overturn the Family Court process, said going through the court was “one of the darkest times of my life”.

“I felt bad that my being transgender was forcing my family to go through court, my brother had a hard time. It impacted on all of us and I felt responsible for that. I know it’s not my fault and my family never made me feel that way, but that how this situation made me feel and that’s a burden I shouldn’t have to carry,” she said.

In late December, Family Court judge Peter Tree labelled the process “inhumane” and said there is an “urgent need” for government intervention to overturn it.

This is incredibly important work. More power to you all. 

I chose you. I choose your mess, your happy days and your “I can’t even force myself out of bed” days. I want to be the one who holds you in your darkest times and I want to be the one to make you laugh until your stomach hurts. I want to be there for you when you lose hope and I want to be the first person you run to to celebrate your victories. I want the madness, the sadness, the despair, the overwhelming fear of the unknown, the happiness, the glory, the growth, the peace and the mind-blowing, unconditional love. I want it all, for as long as I get to be lucky enough to have you. I choose you, I choose every little thing that makes you you.