Yes, everyone. It happened today. This has been probably the third time this month alone I’ve been called he, sir or him by a random stranger who knew nothing about me. .
I’d be lying if I said it doesn’t hurt, it does. I’m not gunna sugarcoat it, I’ve been on hormones for almost 2 years, and the further you get, the more it stings, especially because you are left questioning “why?”. But screw it, I’m pressing forward. I’ve had enough sleepless nights over this happening and it’s not worth the time — being miserable about it has never solved anything, aside from ruining confidence and strength to move forward with my life. Instead of seeing it as a drawback, Im using it as fuel and I am who i am. Honestly, those that mind, don’t matter, but those that matter, don’t mind. It’s true, and it’s not worth getting worked up over. Im pushing forward, and anyone else whose dealing with it, I hope you do the same 😊
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So singlen’t = you have a significant other of the opposite sex -Are 🧸
Reiner is standing to my side. He is catching glimpses as I write this letter of my love for you. What a creep, he is never getting a girlfriend. But he did promise me that he would deliver this letter to you. He says he wants to repay me for saving them that day.
I’m sorry for what happened then. I never imagined I would choose them over you. I’ll be dead not long after these words. But I don’t regret anything.
I didn’t have a name. I didn’t know who my parents were, or where they were from. My earliest memory is of being one beggar among many. But one day, a man showed up and gave me a name.
Ever since then, people called me Ymir.
You may not think it’s much of an unusual name, but all I had to do was take it, and then I was given a fine bed and fed meals. That wasn’t all. Those adults who, until then, acted like I was invisible all got on their knees and revered me. As for the man who named me, he began to dress more and more extravagantly, and as he did, he grew happier.
I felt good, too. All I had to do to make everyone delighted and happy was play the role that I had been given. That’s what I believed. And that’s why I kept playing the part of Ymir.
People had started to call me devil before I knew it; but I still kept playing the part of Ymir.
The man who had given me a name claimed that I had “tricked him.” Still, I kept playing the part of Ymir.
I thought if that’s what would save them, it would be fine. But…
There are some people in this world who have rocks thrown at them for nothing more than existing. As their symbol, I was stoned from head to toe.
It seems that in this world, it doesn’t mean anything in particular that a simple chunk of flesh can scream and flail.
It doesn’t mean a thing.
That’s why I think the world is so incredible.
I opened my eyes again, and spread before me was freedom.
From there, I began to walk and I lived the way I wanted. I have no regrets.
Or so I’d like to say. But to be honest, I do have one.
You and I still aren’t married. –Ymir
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Well it's been one week and 3 days since 50 innocent people were brutally gunned to death by a sick, white supremacist extremist in our normally very very safe country. Friday the 15th was a blur for us all. It was surreal. It felt like a sick, horrible nightmare. This just does not happen here. The whole country is still in shock. We continue on with our daily lives and think, man, we are lucky to be alive. That could have happened to any one of us. That could have been our parents, our children, our friends. Could have just as easily happened to us. Our whole country has stood up and said this is not our NZ. Our Prime Minister has said this is not our NZ. She has done us all so very proud over the past week. She has stepped up. She has banned semi automatic guns without question. She has offered to pay for the funerals of each and every one of those who were taken from us and she has offered unprecedented love and support to the familys and community they have left behind. It doesn't matter to us that they were Muslim. It doesnt matter that they dress differently or speak differently. They are us and we are one. We are all mourning this tragic loss. We are marching against racism, protesting against white supremacy, talking about the mental health crisis and fundraising to help the families left behind after this tragedy. Through these bad times we are proud to be kiwis. Proud to have THE best Prime Minister in the world. Proud that our country will not let this be swept under the rug. We will never forget but we will also never let this happen here again -katie. • • • • • •
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We are so excited that Solar is coming to perform again at this year's Sunshine Coast Pride Festival Family fun day at Quota Park in Nambour on Saturday March 30th.
Solar is a multi-dimensional singer-songwriter originally from Melbourne. It is her strong passion for world music and diverse cultures that has given Solar her signature style and sound. This uniqueness has led to Solar captivating many audiences around the world. During one memorable street performance, an onlooker was so enchanted by her impressive guitar skills that he exclaimed: ‘WOW – is this really happening?!’
Solar’s various cultural influences mean that each song puts you aboard a flight to a different country around the world. Solar’s goal is to challenge the standards in music (as she is constantly rising to it) with her brave performances often including original and exceptional renditions of songs which leave the audience wanting more.
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