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I'm clearly passionate about women's rights...

It irritates me how people use women and girls. And I'm not just talking about trafficking or rape or anything physical (although that does agitate me as well). I'm pissed off by the way people talk about our gender. Some people think we are only looks. They listen to our pretty voices, and look at our butts and think that's all we are. A lot of people, at least. It's so annoying. We're treated equal for the most part, except for those guys who still feel as though they can't interact with the color pink because it's "a girl color." Why do the colors matter?

Obituary on MCR

Hey guys,
I have a school project that requires 5 artifacts of literature and one of mine is an obituary. I'm doing my project on MCR. How's it sound?

My Chemical Romance was a band formed in New Jersey, October of 2001. But on March 22, 2013, this life-saving band had a downfall. This blog post was posted on the official website by the band itself:
“Being in this band for the past 12 years has been a true blessing. We've gotten to go places we never knew we would. We've been able to see and experience things we never imagined possible.

ugh drama

Ok, so my life is chaotic right now and I really just need to vent on some incidents that took place today.
I've been dating this boy for about a year now. He will not be named because he is also a killjoy, and I believe he would appreciate to be kept anonymous. Anyways, he's had a very difficult life so far. He's 14, transgendered (biologically female), his mother gave birth to him when she was 14, and he's a foster child. Recently, he's been bouncing between hospitals and group homing programs. Apparently, while he was in a program, he did *stuff* with some boy he met there.


I don't know why but I really want to hug a killjoy. REALLY BADLY!!!!!! We should have hug a killjoy day, where we have a big hug :3
I must look really weird right now
- Z


I don't know why but I really want to hug a killjoy. REALLY BADLY!!!!!! We should have hug a killjoy day, where we have a big hug :3
I must look really weird right now
- Z

I think I'm in love

I'm serious guys. I'm in love. But not with one person in particular, but all of you killjoys. You guys just keep fighting and never give up. That takes so much courage and the fact that I can identify as the same of all of you makes me feel so happy and strong. Even after our role models, our leaders, our band backed off, we keep fighting. We are just such a close community, we deserve to be strong. So keep being strong and keep it up. I love you all.
Sing it for the world
Sing it for the world
- Z

More science

Apparently I am still bored and killing joy

Science class

I think this is wrong but at least It's MCR!


Hello everyone,
I'm in school right now. And I'm taking a fairly large step. Last night, at my gay straight alliance, there was a play by True Colors. One scene stuck with me. In the scene, a kid who's name was Mar was transgender and writing a letter to their parents. Other cast members ran around and stuck sticky notes on Mar that said things like "you're strong" and "you can do it." I cried a bit at that scene, and I'm not much of a cryer.
I talked to Mar afterwards and we are becoming friends. Mar is the same age as me, and a-gendered.

What's up

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