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im Sky. 22. lots tats. pansexual. . i reside in the wild wild woods of michigan living on a farm so many animals here. im a huge animal person. I'm full time online college student. paralegal degree.
im happy to make friends and drink tea and feel free to chat it up with me

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*Ugly white dude voice* Taylor swift is so obsessive and crazy about the people she dates i’d never date her lol! Bro can you turn up the eminem song? This is the one about him murdering his wife it’s my favorite lol 

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"My feminism will be intersectional or it will be bullshit"

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You are meant to fight. When you are sick, your body fights for its right to function. When you hold your breath, your body fights for its right to breathe. There are billions of tiny events—from the surface of your skin, down to the very cells of your body—that have to happen in order for you to be simply sitting here today. If your most minuscule parts haven’t given up yet,

Why should you?

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Being the child of an alcoholic is like being the only person awake in the back seat of a car, while the rest of the occupants sleep peacefully—the car careens out of control and flies off the side of a cliff."No One Said Life Was Fair" is a poignant and humorous memoir about growing up in an alcoholic family by Mary Kate DeCraene. (via noonesaidlifewasfair)
Racism

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Racism exists,

but racism is not only whites against blacks.

any person can be racist against any other group, be it white, black, asian, mexican- it is important to remember that when fighting racism it is not one race alone, it is all races, and is about learning the struggles and fighting for equality for all. Spreading hate to fight hate only creates a bigger fire. 

I admit I am white, and do not know first hand the struggles of others, but I am not racist and fight for equality for all. It saddens me when I encounter people of other ethnicities who instantly hate me for being white and privileged, for I do not hate them and do not agree with how they are treated. Hating me will not help the fight against racism, learning to get along and be equals is how racism is stopped.

I will not pretend to know the struggles or battles ahead, but I believe in equality and that is what I hope for and try for. My heart goes out to all the people suffering in Ferguson, and I hope the violence can end and people can begin seeking the truth and finding ways to communicate without hurting one another.