If your only goal is Nico’s termination, or even the shuttering of the Daily Beast, then your goals are far, far too small.
“African Americans seem to have an uncanny ability to magically terminate themselves when police are nearby. And, yet no major politician at the Democratic National Convention really talked about it.”
I finally came to my own conclusion, my own acceptance: That if being gay was the “worst” thing I could do in life, then I fully surrender to proudly owning my sexuality.
These Trump supporters want us to know that they smile at African-Americans and hold the door for them when they are entering buildings. They think it’s important that we understand they have a Hispanic coworker or a favorite gay waiter they treat as a friend and, therefore, have their tender feelings hurt when they are called mean names like “racist” or “homophobe.”
“You’re just doing this to be trendy.”
Your confidence skyrockets.
This enduring legacy of masculinity that tells us men shouldn’t hold hands—what makes it noteworthy—is unnecessary and, frankly, sad.
I cannot shake it off and I think it’s something people need to consider when looking at Caitlyn Jenner.
We as women are put into a box – we can be pacified and accept these terms and conditions that come with our birth certificate, or we can challenge them.
These inspiring ladies prove that size does not matter. As a woman who stands 5’2″ tall, I know that big things come in small packages.