Intersex people are as common in the world as ginger people, and green eyed people. Ginger people make up for two percent of the world's population, and so do intersex people. People with green eyes, such as myself, also make up that same percentage.
When people try to justify that there's only two genders and only two sexes by that oh the doctor just chooses what they think is the predominant sex. It is both ignorance to the scientific knowledge we have today and it is a direct violation to that person.
Lately I've realised I'm pansexual. I'm glad to of realised what sexual identity I fit in. I never thought of it before really but I am glad to be able to identify myself as something. I never felt I could identify as bisexual or as heterosexual. What pansexual means, it just fits with my mind that if I'm comfortable with you, I don't give a damn what gender you are/identify as.
This song isn't about sticking by someone who is playing you, it's a song about how yours and another person's mental illnesses/conditions can warp your mind. This is a song about frustrations regarding dealing with all of this. The weeks of no talk when you're trying to be there but don't get acknowledged.
I'm more patient than my emotions like. I know we have our own issues in life, and I don't want to throw mine onto others.
Being made to feel bad when you have an exam or something else stressful enough the next day, it doesn't help when someone lays down more stress on your table.
Back in 2013, I wrote my views on a topic that people are typically either for or against. They're for it because they acknowledge that there needs to be some solution to the problem. But those who are against, many just fail to see the bigger issue that is the case in the real world.
Putting my issues in perspective with other things, it doesn't cancel out whatever I have, nor should it. We all have our own issues that have meaning regardless of the fact there is always someone going through worse.
It’s April, Autism Awareness Month and I want to this year give awareness about how damn hard it is creating and keeping friendships when you have Autism or any seen/unseen disability and/or mental health condition, by doing exactly that, or at least do what I can to try and do that.