The world could be a much happier place if people just accepted other people for what they are and what they believe in.
It doesn’t matter what you believe in personally or how you want to live your life.
None of that gives you the right to dictate to others how they should live their lives or what they want to believe in.
I get so angry sometimes when I see news reports of attacks on people simply because of the religion they follow or because of their lifestyle and the people they love.
One of my favourite movies at the moment is ‘Love Simon’ and this particular scene sums up this feeling perfectly.
Why ‘IS’ straight the default?
Kids should not have to deal with this shit. It should just be accepted and any help needed should be in place to make sure they get it.
This is the 21st century.
Yet still we have bigotted, misogynistic and people with outdated ways of thinking in government and ordinary every day people who still think they have the right to tell other people how to live their lives.
I get so angry when I read stories of families who have shunned their children simply for being honest about who they are and those that get shunned because of religious beliefs cause me the most pain.
How on earth could someone disown a child simply for being different because a ‘story book‘ tells them to. (I don’t care if I get hate for that comment, so bring it on)
In my view, some of the most colourful and interesting people on the planet are those that live their lives how they want and not how others dictate and if we could just learn to get along, regardless of religion, sexual orientation and lifestyle then the world would be a much happier place.
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