It took twenty-two years to create who I am today, not that who I am today is who I would like to be.

Kia ora, the name is Ashleenah. A twenty-two year old from Northland, Aotearoa who loves hunting, fishing, blogging, photography & other artsy stuff.



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Started 12 April 2012.

Alright so while you have the right to call people out, the complete of what you said was unnecessary. Please don't attack people for voicing their opinions. Instead challenge their opinion creatively! Hate doesn't do any person and good because we're all the same people. We are all human and we need to challenge the ideas put against us instead of the people themselves.
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spicebus:

I didn’t attack anyone for voicing their opinion, I made a post with a Ru Paul gif that was partly in jest. Why are you taking a post with a Ru Paul gif in it to heart? I don’t hate anyone, I never said I hated anyone. Not once have I expressed my hatred for anyone, except maybe perez hilton but that’s entirely another matter. I’m just tired of some straight people making fucking everything about them and their problems, okay? Yes we’re all people. Yes we all have problems as individuals. Yes straight people have problems too. But who denied that? Nobody said straight people don’t have problems, but when you take a group of people, yes I’m talking the gay community, who are afraid to for instance hold hands with the one they love in public because they might get beaten up or killed, and you compare it to straight people being offended by a dumb JOKE made at their expense, I say you’re creating a problem where one is not necessary and maybe need to develop a sense of humor. You know, like the way the gay community developed a sense of humor after they were ostracized from society and called unnatural and an abomination and had their lives threatened/taken by homophobic people, most of which are straight, or perhaps closeted. Straight people aren’t oppressed for their sexualities, so let’s be real, they never felt the need to adapt in that way. It’s a generalization, I know, but this is solely from the experiences I have had on here. I am acutely aware that hate doesn’t do anyone any good, as well as I am aware that not every straight person is homophobic, but it isn’t really fair that a gay person can’t make a joke about a straight person without literally being compared to the straight people who have inflicted bodily harm on people because they were gay, and who are denying gay people of their rights. Just stop comparing straight people problems to LGBT problems. Stop it. They are not the same. They’re not even in the same topic of discussion. If someone is talking about gay rights, then let them talk about gay rights. Do you know how irritating it is to have your problems belittled like “well straight people have problems too”? Like I know but shut up we’re not talking about you right now. Also I refuse to be called out like the rolls are being reversed and suddenly heterophobia is a thing. (It’s not) Being angry at what straight people have done is not the same thing as hating a gay person for being gay. Do you honestly think the gay people on this website just blindly hate all straight people for being straight? Give me a damn break. Take a joke. Let the words roll off you. Nobody is threatening your life or your right to marry. I do agree that just attacking or bullying is the wrong way to go about something, but respect a person’s right to cope with humor. That’s really all we’re doing. We don’t hate straight people. Can we please move on now?

se-ren-d-ipi-ty:

Self Care is a struggle, Recovery is a struggle, my mood is all over the place and I don’t know what’s messier- my home or my head. 

demonhunting:

is ellen even hosting or is she just hanging out with famous people

dispopular:

*looks through your selfies*

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turnipjelly:

evenhellcanbehomey:

the-lonely-scottish-guy:

if everybody got a free miniature animal at birth that protected you, like a tiny elephant or dragon, the world would be a better place.

write a book

You could call it The Golden Compass