Anti-Bullying ProseEvery word isAnti-Bullying Prose3 years ago in Emotional More Like This
is a cut
And every fear
gives us a reason
to give in
Stop bullying. Anyone around you could be being bullied. Reach out.
The Fat Girl's LamentShe looks down into her mirrorThe Fat Girl's Lament3 years ago in Emotional More Like This
it laughs at her
She looks on at the skinny girls,
the pretty girls,
the sexy girls.
She is overwhelmed,
she hates herself,
when everyone looks down on you,
you know of nothing else.
The skinny girl wins many men,
she has plenty,
and plenty of friends.
She is ugly,
because of bigger hips and spacious thighs.
No one will just focus on her eyes.
In a world where her worth is determined by a number,
her worth has gone far,
Mom, Dad, I'm TRANSitioning.Dear Mom & Dad,Mom, Dad, I'm TRANSitioning.3 years ago in Letters More Like This
I've been wondering how to go about this for the longest time now, I mean... ever since the 6th grade. Honestly, I got my hair cut the way I did to reflect who I'd rather appear to be: A guy. I identify as genderfluid, which is someone who identifies as a dynamic mix of boy and girl mentally. Sometimes I may feel more like a girl one day, while others I feel more like a guy. There is something called dysphoria, which means it's a period of time in which I am resentful of my body since it is female and not male, or I am resentful of my mind not always matching up with my body. I wanted to tell you that I feel more comfortable presenting as a guy. If at any point you thought I was completely feminine, it's because that's what I saw around me. Humans with vaginas wear make up and frilly dresses while humans with penises wear jeans, boots, and sloppy old t-shirts. I thought that I didn't have a choice or say in what I fealt comfortable with. Everyone else