tits-not-dicks:

my-teen-quote:

Reblog this to pay your respects to everyone that died in 9/11



I remember watching the whole thing on tv..praying that my aunt didn’t get on that plane that day..praying for her return…god answered my prayers that day…and I’m so greatful…this day will always haunt me but I’m so pleased that our country has come so far since then.

tits-not-dicks:

my-teen-quote:

Reblog this to pay your respects to everyone that died in 9/11

I remember watching the whole thing on tv..praying that my aunt didn’t get on that plane that day..praying for her return…god answered my prayers that day…and I’m so greatful…this day will always haunt me but I’m so pleased that our country has come so far since then.

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sgbarron:

Don’t Forget. Remember 9/11.

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Life has a way of getting shitty really fast…

Why is it…

Why is it every time I get the opportunity to get laid I turn it down? Why is it that when I am offered plans I make sure you aren’t doing anythin first? Why is it that anyone can text me and I don’t care unless it is your name? Why is is that no matter how I feel about things I do anything to make you happy? Why is it that I care so much and it seems that you care so little? Why is it that you determine how my day goes when I have never let anyone else have that power?

This is the doodle I made when I came out. All of my doodles have symbolism throughout them, however this one in particular has some chaos and much more business through it. I am not going to tell you what each part means, but I will tell you the reason of the color. The color is an army green because I realized that I was about to join a fight. A war if you will. A war where I was on the losing team (mind you I never lose). This war on one side had a group of ignorant people who wanted their way or the highway. On the other side was a group of people who were looking for acceptance and understanding. This understanding will never come all the way around for there are still racists and people who believe that women don’t deserve rights. There are people who believe what they believe in their religion and that is something that our country gave freedom to many years before any of us were alive. Then there are those people that will accept, they will accept you for you and will eventually join the side that is the underdog.
I am writing this post so that some may begin to see there are some battles worth fighting and others that are not. When you try and fight people based on their religion, you will always lose. When you are fighting those people who are still racists and have the mentality that women belong in the kitchen, you will lose.
Even though there are those people, there are still those who are willing to stand and fight for the underdog of the war because they see the reasons to stand up. To those people I want to say thank you. I want to say I appreciate what you do because there are so many people who won’t think twice about coming around and you have chosen to do so. This doodle has a lot more to say but the color, the first thing you notice, is a tribute to the people I stand next to who don’t have to be standing where they are.
I also want to say to those like me who are standing by my side that I don’t lose so you better stand strong. Don’t let the little things get you down because you have a strong group who won’t give up. When you need a place to lean know that the family up beside you is there and will always keep you up.

This is the doodle I made when I came out. All of my doodles have symbolism throughout them, however this one in particular has some chaos and much more business through it. I am not going to tell you what each part means, but I will tell you the reason of the color. The color is an army green because I realized that I was about to join a fight. A war if you will. A war where I was on the losing team (mind you I never lose). This war on one side had a group of ignorant people who wanted their way or the highway. On the other side was a group of people who were looking for acceptance and understanding. This understanding will never come all the way around for there are still racists and people who believe that women don’t deserve rights. There are people who believe what they believe in their religion and that is something that our country gave freedom to many years before any of us were alive. Then there are those people that will accept, they will accept you for you and will eventually join the side that is the underdog.

I am writing this post so that some may begin to see there are some battles worth fighting and others that are not. When you try and fight people based on their religion, you will always lose. When you are fighting those people who are still racists and have the mentality that women belong in the kitchen, you will lose.

Even though there are those people, there are still those who are willing to stand and fight for the underdog of the war because they see the reasons to stand up. To those people I want to say thank you. I want to say I appreciate what you do because there are so many people who won’t think twice about coming around and you have chosen to do so. This doodle has a lot more to say but the color, the first thing you notice, is a tribute to the people I stand next to who don’t have to be standing where they are.

I also want to say to those like me who are standing by my side that I don’t lose so you better stand strong. Don’t let the little things get you down because you have a strong group who won’t give up. When you need a place to lean know that the family up beside you is there and will always keep you up.

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