I tried to quit smoking today. 12 hours without a cigarette before I caved and bought a pack. Binge ate and had constant headaches for most of the day while I tied to go cold turkey. I feel like if I kept it up, the whole not smoking thing, withdrawal would’ve drove me crazy. This quitting thing is harder than I thought.
"I am so sorry to all the people I hurt while I was hurting."
Shut the hell up. If you’re sorry, do something about it. Fix it. Don’t say something stupid about how you’re sorry for hurting someone. Your pain isn’t an excuse to go around and be a shitty person. That quote, that text is nothing more than some self-pity bullshit. You’re sorry? Then make it up to someone. If you aren’t willing to, then suck it up and move on with your life because the people you fucked over had too move on, with or without your half-assed words.
Men are confusing. That is all.
What is the Asian American and Pacific Islander movement? What are its boundaries? Who is and isn’t included? Do they need to operate with a social, racial, and economic justice framework? Is an organization like 80-20 (which is very anti-affirmative action but clearly has a place in the Chinese community) included in this movement? Do you need to self-identify as AAPI to be part of the movement? #AnyHelpInAnsweringQuestions #OrBrainStormingIsAppreciated #IAmNotAnAcademic
I…just thought of a weird narrative structure that may…oddly work right after watching episode two of this Korean Drama called “It’s Okay, That’s Love.”
its really important for men to stand up to other men who say terrible and sexist shit
because sexist men dont listen to what women have to say
literally the most important thing men can do if they want to call themselves feminist allies