TRIGGER WARNING: This isn’t technically lgbt related but the boy Kousei, is depressed, he’s lived through two deaths throughout the whole series. One death about his mother, and ✨✨✨SPOILERS✨✨✨one about a girl he falls in love with over the course of the story/manga. She in a later episode asks him to commit suicide with her. He asks her why she feels this way and of course tries to help her as much as he can getting away from his own troubles. It’s really sad because she didn’t die from suicide but the fact that she could almost carelessly ask him that. (Lol sorry this is just my fav anime so 👌👌 manga/ anime: Shigatsu Wa Kimi No Uso/ Your Lie in April) -Pax (Not mine) #lgbtq#queer#love#romantic#comfortable#aesthetic#happy#relationship#peace#calm#music#international#poetry#serenity#culture#lesbian#gay#trans#hugs#supporters
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I am pretty. 🧜🏻♀️ Girls aren‘t supposed to say that I know. We have to wait for a compliment and blush. But I know it. Why? Cause I feel comfortable and my face works, no matter if I have acne, scars or not.
Growing up I was told I‘m ugly. I got bullied and even beat up because of it. My eyes were weird, my nose too big, I was too skinny and my clothes never fit. I don‘t know when it stopped hurting. At some point I „knew“ I was ugly and that was ok. I decided to be smart instead.
When I was 14 something changed. Suddenly a lot of people told me I was pretty and usually their hands touched my body soon after. My „no“s weren‘t heard. The boy who assaulted me called me a slut afterwards. I learned that I was too ugly to be liked but just pretty enough to be sexually abused and it took away my self worth.
When I was 16 my best friend told me she was raped. She was the first but not the last. Back then she worked as a model. I was in love with her pictures and wished that I could be like her but she was convinced that she was completely and utterly disgusting. Just like many women and men I met since then and I never understand it since it‘s so easy for me to see beauty in all of them.
When I was 19 and worked as a barkeeper I decided to be pretty cause what the fuck could be the worst thing that happens?@janadetack was a big role model. She seemed so confident in herself and I learned that beauty is not physical, it‘s a feeling and an attitude. So I decided to look at myself in a different way.
Now I am pretty because I look a 100% how I want to look and allow myself to be a person, rather than eye candy. My body is not perfect but it is strong and it takes me everywhere I need to go. I shaved half my head, dyed my hair, got tattoos to cover scars and the more I figured out what feels right I was able to accept my own beauty. With all it‘s fault‘s and imperfections. Even if others don’t see it. I am not pretty because I‘m „better“, but because I‘m enough. For myself. .
Not thinking about being „pretty enough“ is liberating. I mean who cares? Don‘t let social media make you feel insecure, it‘s all touched-up lies anyway and that‘s ok 🌙👾
They can say it all sounds crazy
They can say we've lost our minds
I don't care if they call us crazy
Runaway to a world that we design
. 👬Today's sappy caption brought to you by #TheGreatestShowman which we refuse to stop obsessing over. Happy Monday! ❄️