You guys, it’s so weird how sometimes you can sleep only a few hours and be totally fine and other times you get 7 hours and you’re post-caffeine going “whhhhhhhhhhhyyyyy didn’t I go to bed on time fml”. Sleep cycles, boy I don’t know.
My dearest anon friend.
I am currently taking deep breaths from a brown paper bag. And I endeavor to answer this with as much grace as I can possible muster.
Lemme break this down for you.
- My blog. You don’t have to read it. You don’t have to like it. By all means, unfollow me. Please unfollow me. I beg you.
- I am sure I have an about me section on my blog…. explaining what you will get when you follow this blog. I am pretty upfront about it. Its not like I am pulling a fast one here. Once again. Unfollow button is in the top right hand corner of your web browser. You might want to use it. Just saying.
- I post things on my blog that the average heterosexual white person will NEVER have to struggle with, be confronted with, be ashamed of, be abused for or shunned for. Why do I do that? Because being heterosexual and white (let me deal with the racists among you too) you have a privilege that most of the time you are completely oblivious to. So by me posting things from the other side of this story, I am hoping to educate some people. If a queer or POC blogs about these issues, a heterosexual and white person just switch off and write them off as being angry, bitter and sometimes evil. Sadly when it doesn’t effect us, we don’t have to take responsibility for it, we don’t have to own it. But as a white, upper middle class heterosexual woman, I have the opportunity to make some people within my demographic listen. I am hoping that if people are confronted with the truth, if they get to see beyond their perfectly manicured white washed picket fences of suburbia, and see the actual people, they would be inspired to change, to feel compassion, to reach out, to make changes in their own lives, because if we know better, we do better. I am hoping that when the MAJORITIES, the “privileged” the ones that are considered “normal” start siding with the MINORITIES, the entire LGBTQIA community and every person that is not Caucasian, we will start seeing change and acceptance and that we can start healing.
Just some food for thought my friend.
You get the weirdest douchy anons.