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vivrat · 3 hours ago
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itsjustrhi · 3 hours ago
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So.. hey. 🖐🏼 I’m Rhiannon, but you can call me Rhi. And long story short, I want to make this my diary. Somewhere no one knows me and I can be myself. A “safe place”... A “safe place” page you can come to if you ever need a reminder that you are not alone. And I may write about some sad shit, but I always remember to include the part where I let you know that you are loved. And you are important. We have to stop being so hard on ourselves. I’m trying to heal. Let’s heal together. 💛
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primrose26 · 6 hours ago
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Something I always feared is actually happening. And it’s okay. I’m still who I was before it happened and I’m fine. It’s not out of my control but whatever happens with it is okay. The funny thing is that I never saw it that way when I was scared of it. But now that it’s actually happening, I see that it’s all going to be fine.💛🌻🍋
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phwrite · 7 hours ago
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"When we start our journey towards our destiny, from our soul, we will feel a unexplainable splash of Happiness. We will drawn to where we want by pull of what we love. When we do things we love reflects on our beauty. Stay calm and silent like a night flower hear the call of your spirit."
-pH
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aaliyah-vines · 9 hours ago
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Rock bottom is just a new foundation
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umairanazblog · 10 hours ago
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Never ever rush an emotion . Take your time to realise what is really going on with in your mind. It might not be what you are thinking. Save yourself and the other person from getting into a situation where you are not suppose to be.
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jellogram · 12 hours ago
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I owe pink an apology.
I hated it when I was eight for being too girly and now I have pink hair.
I want to be girly. I want to make up for all the time I spent as a kid thinking dresses were for stupid girls. I want to wear dresses all the time, everywhere I go.
I want to read and watch and listen to everything that was made for me without letting my own self loathing get in the way. I want to stop thinking of myself as a lesser audience, insulting the creation by loving it.
I wear fake butterflies in my hot pink hair and little girls stare at me. I want them to think I am magical. I want them to think this is cool. I want them to embrace everything inside themselves that I buried in my own self.
I didn't fail by being born a girl, you failed me by teaching me that was a weakness. And now I know better.
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phwrite · 18 hours ago
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Stay happy.
Happiness will come to you.
Happy people will come to you too.
Because what happiness want is happiness itself.
-pH
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phwrite · 21 hours ago
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Let me say
You are that much brave and had many quality as much as i know.
Because a person want to be enormously and insanely brave to state and stay happiest one now and forever.
People like you and for you should always be there.
And you are gifted.
Go ahead.
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jsmnclick30 · 21 hours ago
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You know I sit & think about the times I missed the people I played & the ones who played me...
I sit & think of the times I was truthful & the moments I stretched it a little...
I sit & think of the moments I give my last & the times I keep it all to myself...
I sit & think of the times I said Yes only to hear No...
I sit & think damn am I really ready for this or do I just want to run...
I sit & think then I stop because man I been thinking too much.....
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luis251076 · 23 hours ago
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Sócrates definió el amor en El Banquete como el deseo de engendrar belleza. ...
Otro lector satisfecho, José Luis A. "Jonny Urbano"
Músico, Cantautor, Poeta y Emprendedor. desde playa Venao, Panamá. Gracias mil gracias!! @juradopublishing @pensamientoguerrero @guerrero1476 @germanjarenas @posteandofutbol @nanoarenas01 @jonnyurbano
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melosavagee · a day ago
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erect-nipples · a day ago
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Before i am seen as a 'girl'/ 'woman' i am seen as a fat girl / fat woman. So before i could start belonging to my body of a woman i was made to belong to a highly oppressed, shamed and degraded body of a fat women. The road to womanhood is treacherous, full of hardships and screaming internally and fighting for a place of your choice in the world but the road to fat womanhood,well! the road is pretty similar except you are fat,no one cares if you are on that road and also you are scrutinised if you are seen taking that road and most women you meet along the road are scared of looking like you and you have to keep listening to them speak of how much of a relief that they don't look like you all the while you need to reassure them that you didn't take it personally at all so that they wouldn't feel hurt because you are already conditioned to believe that that's how "real" women supposed to be and they have all the right to speak ill of a fat girl/fat women who is not quite "real" women until they stop being fat.
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u-u-h · a day ago
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This campaign has a funding goal set on April 30th at 7:30 EST (GMT+5); if it doesn't fund, you don't get charged, but it seems really interesting. It's a speculative fiction magazine about a future where inclusivity and gender diverse people are celebrated.
"IMAGINE: It’s the year 2068, and we’ve achieved gender equality in the broadest sense. Not only are genders outside the binary widely acknowledged and accepted, but people of all genders and without gender are paid equally for equal work, have equal opportunity, are included in scientific studies, and are marketed to equally. 
What does this gender-inclusive future look like? What language do we use around gender? In what ways have our societies been reshaped in order to include people of all genders? How might inclusion look different in different cultures and systems (including religious ones)? How might advancements in science and technology change our perceptions of gender? What challenges might trans, non-binary, and genderqueer people still face and be fighting to overcome?
The first issue of Inclusive Future Magazine seeks to answer these questions through fictional articles and art, as  if it were an international culture magazine published 50 years in the  future and whose target audience included adults of all genders and  without gender, living anywhere in the world.
Who can submit?
We are looking for submissions from trans, nonbinary, and genderqueer artists and writers for the content of the first issue of Inclusive Future Magazine. You do not have to be out in order to submit; we're happy to publish your work under a pseudonym. Regardless of wheter you are out, if you choose to disclose your gender identity to us, we will not share that information with anyone without your permission.
We encourage trans, nonbinary, and genderqueer people with other marginalized identities to submit."
About the higher funding goal:
"One of the earliest decisions we made about this anthology project was to pay SFWA professional rates for contributors’ work.
Who? What?
We’re using the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) guidelines because they’re a respected organization in the industry that supports speculative fiction writers. SFWA, as a professional organization, requires its voting members to have professional credentials, and one of those requirements is that the writer needs to have been paid professional rates for a certain amount of their work. Every so often, SFWA reviews and may change what counts as professional payment. Currently, that rate is 8¢ per word for prose.
Why pay this rate?
Two reasons. First, offering a SFWA professional rate allows our prose contributors to count work we accept toward their SFWA membership requirements. Second, and more importantly, because it’s the right thing to do. Our contributors are undertaking emotional and intellectual labor in service of all of us who want to live in an inclusive future that recognizes, validates, and celebrates the vast diversity of human experiences.
By backing this Kickstarter, you're making it possible for us to pay our contributors these professional rates. Thank you for your support!"
- The Editorial Team of Inclusive Future Magazine"
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