For just about all of my life, I've never truly understood gender. Granted I've loved makeup and high heels since I was young, but those are stereotypically feminine things. Because I've always found satisfaction in both femininity and masculinity, but it wasn't until recently that I realized there's a word for that: nonbinary. For anyone unfarmiliar with this term or concept, it is someone whom does not fit in, or identify with, one gender or the other. Someone who feels incomplete with just one or the other. It does not mean I'm indecisive, it does not mean I'm transgender I just dont know it yet, and it is not the same as being a "tomboy." I really want everyone to know who I truly am, and although gender is not all of us as people, it is a significant factor, so i am happy to be publicly and confidently sharing: I am neither. I am human. I am nonbinary.💛♡💜♥ #nonbinary#nonbinarypride#comingout
so basically only a few people know at school that i’m trans and none of my teachers call me ryan and i really want them too but i’m a lil nervous but i REALLY want to be out and called he/him & ryan! tips?
(2/2?) News flash -- the people with the guns aren't going against the government, they're going against kids who are either going to school, not even adults yet, many with bright futures ahead of them OR adults who are helping kids achieve those goals, helping them get an education so that they can survive in the world.
But no. Protect an amendment that was made when guns could only shoot one bullet, and they couldn't even imagine a gun that could take down 17 kids in a span of what was probably a few minutes. (Sarcastic:) It's not like any other amendments have ever been changed or removed. We totally still have Prohibition.
One of the reasons Prohibition was repealed is because it lead to a rise in crime.
The second amendment should also be repealed, since it's led to a rise in murder, and affects the safety of our citizens and children. If we really want to "make America great again," maybe we should start by not killing off the future before it can start. It will not only eliminate many citizens before they can vote or enter the workforce, but the survivors of this time, especially survivors of the incidents themselves, will do things like move to Canada to get away from the country that its leaders have foresaken.
Luckily, I have hope for the future, because even though there's idiots out there, as a whole we are becoming more educated, and hopefully it will be solved.
As long as we don't get killed before the change starts.
Thank you if you read all of this, it's a topic that I feel passionate about, and I'm sure I could go back and explain more about the preamble and things like that, but I don't feel the need to. Be safe, guys. It's a wild world out there.
(1/2?) This pisses me off. Jesus Christ. There's obviously a gun problem in this country, something we could FIX and CONTROL but nooooo we gotta have the second goddamn amendment. I want to be fucking safe in school and when I raise my kids, unless gun laws change drastically, I'll be going to Canada.
It also makes the Constitution contradictory to itself, just by looking at the Preamble.
"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."
There's promises made in this opening statement. The American people are guaranteed:
• Unified States - The states will act together as one country
• Justice - just behavior or treatment
• Domestic Tranquility - Peace within the US
• Common Defense - protection of the United States, its citizens, and property, is the responsibility of the federal government
• General Welfare - the health, peace, morality, and safety of its citizens
• Liberty - being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority
• Posterity - descendents, offspring, children and their children, and so on
Now some of those might be some very big words, so I've taken the time to put some definitions to them. What does the second amendment now contradict? Well the first ones that come to mind are Domestic Tranquility, General Welfare, Posterity, Common Defense, and this action goes against Justice. Is it really morally right to tell not only everyone in the state of Florida, but also show to the rest of the country that these people have been killed in something that is entirely preventable, and they won't do anything to prevent it from happening again? If you have answered, yeah, they're in the right because in the Constitution we have the right to have guns just in case the people have to revolt against the government!! News flash -- the people with the guns aren't going against the government, they're going against people who are either going to school, not even
Wow haven’t had someone comment on my this crush in ages. But anyway. I guess a tip would be to stay true to yourself. I know that when you start developing feelings for the same sex, your first thought is to suppress those feelings but I think you should at least acknowledge them. Always remember that being yourself IS NOT a sin. That doesn’t mean you have to come out ASAP, just wait till you’re comfortable enough to say that you’re gay aloud. It may take 5 day or 5 years to come out. It doesn’t matter. Just stay true to yourself. #lgbt#lgbtq#gay#lesbian#comingout
i can't look through my explore page 'cause it's all spoilers from the new episode of rupauls drag race all stars and i cant watch it until tomorrow •👽
edit: comments are off because the straights™ got offended
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