- Straight Person: But who pays for the date?
- Queer Person: No one. We dine-and-dash, cackling as we run out the door, flying away on our broomsticks as we flip everyone the bird. It's part of the Gay Agenda.
Celebrating Pride these past two weekends was amazing! So many different happenings and shenanigans! I wouldn’t change any of it.
Everything from carrying someone on my shoulders to having people ask me to take pictures with them to being so drunk I can’t remember half of my nights!
It felt great to be amongst people who feel the same! Ahh, last year was good but this year was unbelievably perfect!
the actual, physical ache you feel in your chest and in your bones when you’re so sad is fucking awful
I often loved change. I’ve never been scared of it, I always thought with change came better things, newer opportunities. Within the past year I have seen another side of change. The side that always winds up hurting me, tearing my heart. I am a genuine person, I commit myself whole heartedly to people I’m interested in and maybe, just maybe, that’s what screws me over every time their feelings CHANGE. I have now started to fear change to the point where I don’t even want to meet anyone else. I want to keep things exactly as they are. I don’t want to witness anyone else changing their minds about me, I can’t take the pain yet another time.