For Every GirlFor every girl who was a ‘bitch’ ‘cause she said no to a boyMore Like This
For every girl who was a ‘slut’ ‘cause she said yes
For every girl who was an object ‘cause she had tits
For every girl who couldn’t wear that ‘cause boys can’t control themselves
For every girl who was ‘asking for it’ ‘cause she wore a short skirt
For every girl who was a ‘prude’ ‘cause she wore a long one
For every girl who was a ‘challenge’ ‘cause she liked other girls
For every girl who was ‘easy’ ‘cause she liked both
For every girl who nobody heard ‘cause she didn’t have a dick (or maybe because she did)
For every girl who everyone ignored ‘cause she was ‘on her period’
For every girl who was ‘fat’ ‘cause she had dessert
For every girl who was ‘anorexic’ ‘cause she didn’t
For every girl who was ‘insecure’
Save The Whales"You know what?"More Like This
"We should never fall in love."
"Well, it's simple, really."
"Explain it to me, then."
"We're opposites, you and me. You're the sun, I'm the moon. You are day, I am night. You're warm and you beat with the vitality of life. I'm pretty chilly and I beat my fists against the mirror for showing me reality instead of dreams."
"I still don't quite understand."
"I am a dreamer, and you are a dream."
"Thanks, I guess."
"No, listen--you're like the people who say 'save the whales'. You want to save the world, you want to do some good. You want to make a change, make a difference. And me... well, I'm the whale. I can't do anything except wait for you to finally save me."
"I'll save you. I don't mind."
"I'll never thank you. I'm a whale; I can't talk."
"I don't care. I'll save you anyway. And you're wrong, you know."
"I'm not quite what you make me out to be. I laugh so I won't cry, yet that doesn't save me when I'm alone. I try to save the
I Have Something to Say.I should've said it a while ago, the minute every message came up.More Like This
I just wanna touch on two things: some proper thanks and online communities. I'll discuss the online communities first.
I'm going to bring up a site that some of you may know. It's called Gaia online. I became a member at a very young age, but as soon as I came on I was hooked. I made new friends, met people from different countries, and it was generally a very, very friendly place to be on. I loved it there and I would long to come home from school just to go on.
I stopped going on after a long while. Not because of any bad reason, but simply because I stopped. It's like that good friend you just stopped talking to. No argument took place. Conversation just ceased.
I came back to the community several years later and something had changed. Drastically changed. Of course, some friends suddenly stopped going on like I did, which was natural. But it was something else, and it wasn't that people who were my friends didn't