"I got my first tattoo when I was 17—I was filming Red Dawn in Detroit, and my mom was with me! She’s a very cool mom. My other two tattoos have much less meaning. One is a giant anchor on my side—I’ve just always liked the classic old-school sailor tattoos. And I have a similar one that’s a ship sailing into a sunset with classic birds and lavender clouds on my back.”
Josh Hutcherson talking about his tattoos
of course you can be proud of who you are! but that is different than being proud of being white/straight specifically, considering white/straight people have a long, long history of destroying other groups of people for not being white/straight
I got your point. I have a lot of poc relatives. And two of my best friends are lesbians. I know how difficult is for them to live and fight against people’s judgement. I really hate the fact that in these days some people feel superior just because of their color or sexual orietation. I support equal rights. Like, A LOT. I just don’t understand people that are like “I can be proud, but you can’t”. Like, you’re fighting for equality but people can’t be proud of themselves. Where’s equality here? THIS doesn’t make sense to me.
"There are some things you can’t share without ending up liking each other, and knocking out a twelve-foot mountain troll is one of them."
I really wish you were right :/ like, for real.
Dude, DID YOU READ WHAT I’VE WRITTEN????? Fyi I’m just tired of people feeling superior than other people just because of their sexual orientation/color
I know, I agree with you. But it seems wrong to me the fact that people can’t be proud of who they are… I’m not saying that white/hetero people are better than black/gay people. But idk I think everyone should have the right to be proud of themselves.