is gathering 6 pledges to
End Sexual Violence, Starting In Texas
I have friends who are what society calls "different". They have problems people try to take away with pills or therapy. Call them what they are not.
Some are gay, some are bi-sexual, some are heterosexual("straight"). Some are asian, some are caucasian, some are hispanic, german, african-american, japanese, or even some people don't bother with remembering.
But it's not being different that's important. It's your OWN INDIVIDUALITY.
What YOU are, was, becoming, and going to be. Not if you do something different. But who you are, & who you are currently trying to find yourself to be. If you are one to strongly dislike someone, is it for their preferences in people, or what they have done that affects YOU?
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