“Hey so, I don’t know where any of my friends are because I don’t usually have this lunch.” Donny started awkwardly, smiling nervously at the person sitting in the cafeteria. “Do you mind if I sit with you?”
my mom just came into my room and told me to turn my laptop off because wifi hurts her head like … mom, if you wanted me to stop blasting Beethoven’s piano sonata number 14 in C sharp major (Moonlight) at full volume over my speakers then you could have just said so
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women:
“Twenty-seven years ago today, 14 young women were murdered at l'École Polytechnique de Montréal simply because they were women.
“On this somber anniversary, let us reflect on what Canadians – women, men, and youth – can do to rid the country and the planet of the scourges of misogyny and gender-based violence.
“The statistics on violence against girls and women are unacceptable. Far too many girls and women, here in Canada and around the world, suffer physical and psychological harm at the hands of others – often people they love and trust.
“On this day – and every day – we recommit ourselves to finding solutions that help prevent future acts of violence. Men and boys are a vital part of the solution to change attitudes and behaviours that allow for this violence to exist. There must be zero tolerance for violence against women, and only with everyone’s support can we build a Canada that is safe for all.
“That is why the Government of Canada is investing in several programs, both in Canada and around the world, to help promote gender equality by supporting education and prevention efforts, as well as helping those who have been targeted by gender-based violence. For example, we will continue to grow and maintain Canada’s network of shelters and transition houses, so no one fleeing domestic violence is left without a place to turn.
“As we mourn today with the families and friends of those bright and talented young women who were victims of that senseless act of hatred, I encourage everyone to think about how their own personal actions matter. Start by joining the conversation online using the hashtag #ActionsMatter. Together we can change minds and stop gender-based violence before it starts.”
G OD well you know this story but i completely lost my chill in a gc once bc one of the members of a gv (US MODS WORKED SO FUCKING HARD ON THAT GV TOO) decided to be shady when it ended after being rude throughout the whole experience to us mods. i tried to be nice but i was already over her and completely lost it. then she proceeded to write a call out post in which she listed all these things that was going on in her life THAT SHE NEVER ONCE TOLD THE MODS ABOUT to gain sympathy. i don’t feel bad and i dont regret anythign i ever said. she can rot.
tldr; don’t try to shade me and my friends when we went out on a limb for you in the first place. i am not the one.