“Femme is defiance. Femme ignores the male gaze & tells patriarchy to fuck off. Femme is a refusal of the pressure to be thinner, whiter, pimple-free, wrinkle-free, smaller, quieter. Femme says that we’ll take the short skirts but you can keep the catcalls to yourself.”—BOSSY FEMME (via albinwonderland)
Losing someone has never been issue with me...like
Every time I’ve heard about so-and-so has passed, of coarse I felt bad but I never had any feeling to it. I never really knew what it felt like to lose someone close.
That all changed when my grandfather passed. He raised me as a child when my own father couldnt wasn’t there. And he was, IS the greatest man i’ve ever known. But this post isin’t about him. It’s about Hannah.
I never knew Hannah. I seen her around, but never knew her. She was a close friend to a girl I know. Our mutual friend made a post with her picture, explaining how she doesn’t believe what happened. And that terrible feeling came back. Losing someone close to you is the toughest thing to go through. So my heart goes out to her family and friends.
I’m blessed with friends who have became family, and I wouldn’t know what to do if they passed away. It takes something as drastic as this to really appreciate what you have, and it shouldn’t be that way.