Dude what the hell happened at your school today....I can't believe a teacher out his/her opinion into an action...
my girlfriend was sitting on my lap at the end of my gym class and our teacher had no problem with it at all. one of the other teachers who had walked in with the special needs kids (they have gym after us) kept looking at me and her and people kept telling us, but we didn’t care. a couple minutes later, she then proceeded to walk over and tell her to get off my lap bc what we were doing made her “uncomfortable.” like who are YOU to tell us that her sitting on my lap and hugging me was making YOU uncomfortable?! So yes, that was the beginning to my wonderful day. 😊
so today at school and on twitter the topic of the day was how being gay was a sin & generally wrong and so on. I usually ignore it and avoid it but it just really got to me today and I was so angry at these people ignorant comments and tweets (I also got a comment on my insta picture saying “are you a fag or just a tomboy?”) I just couldn’t stand it anymore and I broke down. I texted my girlfriend telling her about why I was crying and how much I really just wanted to be in her arms. 10 minutes later my best friend/neighbor calls me and tells me to look outside. I open up my window and I see my girlfriend standing next to her car in my driveway at 11:21 pm. I’m the luckiest girl in the world to be loved by someone as amazing and caring as her.
do your parents know you're gay?
my mom does and I’m 80% my dad does, but I haven’t told him myself.
I was at the store today and I felt something tugging on my shirt and I turned around to find a little girl, probably 5 or 6, looking up at me. I knelt down and asked her if everything was okay and in the softest voice she said “I think your shirt is very pretty” and I smiled and said thank you and told her I liked hers too. Her mom turned the corner and picked her up and told her that she’d been looking everywhere for her. Pointing at me, the little girl said “Mommy I want to have a shirt like hers!” and her mom looked me up and down and said “Sweetheart, girls can’t wear boy clothes if they want to be a princess.” Then she put the little girl back in the cart and walked away and I was standing there thinking that this poor kids life is already so tainted by her mothers words. Don’t tell a queen that she will only ever be as good as a princess.