As a kid it never bothered me that spongebob and Patrick were parents, I never cared that Jimmy was a bit feminine, I never questioned the fact that Him was a cross dresser, I never questioned Vanity smurfs sexuality, it never bothered me that chucky had a mom and sister of a different race or that Betty and Howard’s gender rolls were switched, and I didn’t care that Mulan was a women in a mans world. It’s sad how some parents are disgusted when they see stuff like this and tell their kids that they’re suppose to be masculine or feminine, or that marriage is only for a man and a women, that a women is ment to be at home while the men are at work, and I find it especially sad when parents teach their kids that interracial marriage is disgusting. Your gender, sexuality, race or religion doesn’t matter. The only thing that does matter is that you love yourself and others around you for who they are the way we loved our childhood characters.
I like this post.
“Since I was young, I have always known this: Life damages us, every one. We can’t escape that damage. But now, I am also learning this: We can be mended. We mend each other”
― Veronica Roth (via psych-quotes)
“Vulnerability is based on mutuality and requires boundaries and trust. It’s not oversharing, it’s not purging, it’s not indiscriminate disclosure, and it’s not celebrity-style social media information dumps. Vulnerability is about sharing our feelings and our experiences with people who have earned the right to hear them.”
Brene Brown (via flowing-liquid-diamonds)
(Source: liquid-diamonds-flowing, via pinkprincess17)
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