Would you ever say that a heterosexual person is attracted to everyone of their opposite gender? Probably not, but many people seem to think bisexuals are attracted to everyone.
There are so many things in life we think we’re “supposed” to do.
When I say I’m a feminist, I’m saying that I believe that women are, above all else, human.
I’ve heard countless times that you need to know your worth. It was something I learned in therapy, something I read in countless self-help articles, something my friends have said from time to time. But hearing that you’re worth it doesn’t make it true, nor does it make you magically believe it.
It can be hard to believe the best in humanity when all you see and hear is the worst. But if you look around you, you will see that is not the case.
The beautiful thing about being queer is that it is such a spectrum that no two queer people are the same. You can’t put us in a box because we don’t fit in any.
Grief comes and goes in waves; it can hit you when you least expect it, or it may not hit you even though you think it would in certain instances.
Every person has a special trait about them that speaks to the core of who they are and who we are as people and represents the very best aspects of humanity.