this! :')

Faça algo diferente. Puxe assunto com um desconhecido, faça uma criança sorrir, brinque com um cachorro de rua, de um abraço de urso em seu amigo, coloque água em uma plantinha, converse com aquele carinha lá da esquina pergunte se está tudo bem, de uma flor para sua mãe, pare e ajude um senhor de idade, distribua sorrisos e não se esqueça dos "bom dia", "boa tarde", "obrigada", "de nada", "desculpa", "com licença", etc. Essas pequenas atitudes não mudam apenas o dia de alguém mas sim o seu e o mundo também.
Problem Solving

Problem: non-binary people have different, often complicated experiences with misogyny, the patriarchy and privilege, making it difficult to say to what extent a random nb person benefits from or is oppressed under misogyny 

Solution: to have a healthy discussion about individual experiences and how specific aspects of misogyny influence non-binary people

Not a solution: to try and forcefully divide them into male-aligned and female-aligned or men-as-a-class and women-as-a-class to make it clear 

Little details you don’t notice at first (1/?)

-Even most likely comforting Isak and chasing away his fears while having his arms around Isak’s waist (or holding his hand).

George Harrison’s demo of his song “Something,” recorded at Abbey Road’s EMI Studios on 25 February 1969.

“George [Harrison]’s material wasn’t really paid all that much attention to - to such an extent that he asked me stay behind after [everyone else had gone]. He was terribly nice, as if he was imposing on me. And then he plays this song that just completely blows me away.” - Glyn Johns, recording engineer, on George Harrison and the demo of “Something,” recorded at Abbey Road on 25 February 1969, The Beatles 100 Greatest Songs [x]

George Harrison, Hamburg, April/May 1962

Photo: Astrid Kirchherr

“I had the strongest friendship with George. He was one of my best friends. We saw each other often, and he always looked after me, got in touch constantly to ask if I was healthy and if I have everything. Today […] I still meet up with his wife Olivia and his son Dhani. […] [F]rom George I learned a lot about religion, self-realization and reincarnation.” - Astrid Kirchherr, translated from Hörzu, 2005

George Harrison, 1987, photographed by Peter Figen. Photo © Peter Figen.

“George [Harrison] was a good and humble man who believed in the power of love to overcome all adversity. He lived his life without asking anything for himself, and his courage to quietly remind us that God created a world for peace and compassion has had a profound effect on all of our lives.” - Billy Corgan, 2001

“George [Harrison], too, was a dreamer. He believed in making the world a better place, and with his idealism, activism and, most of all, his music, he did exactly that. He lived a life of quiet dignity and today the world is a lesser place.” - Mike Mills, 2001

George Harrison and Eric Clapton, onstage with Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, Copenhagen, Denmark, 10 December 1969

Photo: Jan Persson

“[George] was clearly an innovator. George, to me, was taking certain elements of R&B and rock and rockabilly and creating something unique.” - Eric Clapton on George Harrison, Living in the Material World


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“Every love story is beautiful but ours is my favorite.”

Nope! It’s not. It is and will always be Buffy and Angel.