"Vi dansa' hela natten, och förlora några kilo, in i dimman nu i timman" 🎶😘🎃👻
"I feel good again. Even I feel little bit doubt. Imagining being at least little bit loved, that's reason I hold on now. Maybe it's just another straight fall into the abyss, maybe it will be just another deep scar on my chest. People are unteachable, so I take off my defences, and my heart will carry on... 🎧 " maybe this will look like a heartbreaking poem bruh!
I just cam from Canary Islands, and I made the biggest shopping ever!🌴Although this is by far not everything I bought hehe.
Sox from Primark (3€), Age Rewind from Maybelline (8,50€), Bubble Bath Cotton Flower from Sephora (8,10€), Box Aid from Natives (5€), Shoes from Cortefiel (29€), Belts from Primark (3€ each), Selfie stick from Claire's (10€), White t-shirt from Brave Soul (8€), Striped t-shirt from Stradivarius, Pants from Encuentro (12,70€), Backpack from Claire's (25€)
I just had a dropouts of wi-fi today so it was impoooossible to finish this but yaass I did it. 😘 And yes I am. But first things first, to make it all straight, let's look what Wikipedia says to us... :
"A straight ally (or heterosexual ally) is a heterosexual and/or cisgender person who supports equal civil rights, gender equality, LGBT social movements, and challenges homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. Despite this, some people who meet this definition do not identify themselves as straight allies. A straight ally believes that LGBT people face discrimination and thus are socially and economically disadvantaged. They aim to use their position as heterosexual and/or cisgender individuals in a society focused on heteronormativity to fight homophobia, biphobia and transphobia."
So for what straight ally really stands for? I believe in equality, love, rights, faith, happiness, and independence. I don't like discrimination, racism, sexism, and contempt. So I wanna support people who did not get enough support.
Because honestly? Life would be way so much easier if I didn't' have any specific perspective and any point of view about anything. Just be in the neutral zone of life, and don't even bother to get beyond the borders. I believe that everyone deserves the same respect. And it bothers my mind, that SOMEONE can be that much RECKLESS, spread that much NEGATIVITY, and so much HATRED and INTOLERANCE to the world, and hurt other people.
"So forget all the politics, forget everything, this is not about laws. For me this is not about who does what, who dresses this way, who says this, it's about love, it's about who your heart tells you to love, straight or gay" - P!nk says for a "Ally for Equality" Award
Yes, I'M STRAIGHT ALLY, and I'm PROUD of it. I support gay marriage because ´I'm not a monster´
Do you know that one dumb ass person who's always complaining about their life, body, friends or country? I'm sick and tired of seeing people not be grateful for what they have, that priceless things that others can ONLY DREAM about.. Others would KILL for roof over their heads, the opportunities you fucking have, for unimportant "look" of yours but the most important to be as HEALTHY as you.. others have literally nobody, cuz everybody have left them all alone by all the unknown reasons..
Appreciate your friends and don't be upset for bullshit! Your country maybe not gives you ur view of "maximal", but more than some people in certain states could EVER HAD! You've got pure water to drink (oww sorry I probably only know about coke). You've got fucking FREEDOM, no one is shooting on you grenades or fucking begging you for a dumb food!! So don't be like "awwrg, my country doesn't even blaaa awrg". No bitch, your country doesn't even want to build Mc'Donalds in every single vilagge just because in America it's cool.
U should appreciate ur country, and be proud of it, because it will be the one that'll open you door when "the much better place for you" will don't care about you any longer...
Be just bit more grateful and try to act a little bit more respectful, and you'll see that your life will get into a new, better perspective.