If I haven’t followed you or said hi, I’m sorry.
If I haven’t rped with you (if you are an rp blog), I’m sorry.
If my disappearance indefinately makes you sad, I’m sorry.
I can’t stay here anymore. I’m going on permenant hiatus. If something comes up and I’m suddenly strong enough to be here, that might be great. But we’ll see.
If you want to keep in touch with me, Message me and I’ll give you my email.
If this is my last message to all of you, Thank you for following me. Thank you for rping with me. Thank you for being awesome people.
Keep your chins up. Things will get better.
Forever in the Truth,
cravingdeduction said: [[Don’t delete. Put it on permanent hiatus or something, but don’t delete. That way, the option to return is always there if you want it.
((That’s the issue. A huge part of me doesn’t want to come back.
I’m sick and tired of the misrepresentation on this website. I’m tired of the redefinition of things that are true and become false as a result. I’m tired of being attacked, even if it’s not directly, because of my views.
It hurts. And I don’t want to be here as a result.))
I’m leaning more towards leaving.
I may just move to my personal blog.
But what will happen to this one…I don’t know just yet.
Here are five strong but simple reasons why “…there is a difference” between the issues surrounding the civil rights movement and those surrounding the fight for certain LGBTQ rights. Historical &
Ok. This guy has some good points. I will also agree that just because they haven’t, and won’t experience this, the prejudice against LGBT does exist.
But Gay is not the New Black.