I have no idea why people think it’s new information when they say the world is scary and that you need to grow up and accept that. I mean duh it’s scary. But telling someone that they need to suck it up in an abusive hurtful situation because the world is painful is an idiot or maybe someone who’s never not been in a hurtful abusive situation so thinks everyone should just accept that as the norm?
I don’t know where they are coming from, but the result is a painting full if lies. People deserve to settle down in a place that doesn’t abuse or hurt them and be able the surround themselves with people who make then happy. Just because the world is a shithole doesn’t mean we can’t try to not make it one.
Growing up isn’t accepting that an abusive hurtful environment is ok. If you think that’s what growing up is, then I hate to break it to you, you are not even close to being grown up.
Queer Book Review:
Nevada by Imogen Binnie
I read this book in one sitting! It’s mostly about a young trans woman named Maria who lives in New York City. I don’t want to spoil anything so I won’t get to in depth, but this was a very good read.
The ending was full of loose ends, which at first made me kind of upset, but the more I thought about it, the more it made sense. Life is full of loose ends, and the journey of gender and/or sexuality is seldom smooth. So if you can handle a book that doesn’t tie things up all neatly in a bow, and you want an actually good book about trans experiences, than this is for you!
~queer reviewer out~
trying not to be sad is hard
I… I …can’t sleep and am now doing unspeakable things.
Ok, maybe not unspeakable, but I am reading some weird shit. SOME REALLY WEIRD SHIT
Here is the opening lie you guys:
It isn’t every day that someone gets to wake up and realize that they’re a dragon
IT ISN’T EVERYDAY YOU GUYS
MAYBE I”M A DRAGON TOO