I swear if I lose a kidney I will sue this fucking uni. Seriously worst fucking landlords ever, please burn in the fiery pits of hell.
In my rush to take out books for my essay out of the library on friday I accidentally grabbed a super zionism fascist one. I feel guilty even having it in my room looking at me, but the library is far and it’s raining. The difficulties of life.
Sometimes I wonder why I chose my course when every single piece of work I do makes me hate the world and specifically white men more. This also really conflicts my personal life, as I only ever go out with white men. My entire relationships are made up of attraction and pure hate.
My housemate gave me his Netflix password, I genuinely don’t think I’ve ever loved anyone as much.
I’ve been sitting in the dark for 3 days because this fucking university is refusing to come and fix my ceiling light, and what makes this entire experience even worse is the fact I can’t bun in my room incase they burst in at some point. Actually can’t wait to have an actual house next year.
I get so irritated when people respond to “men don’t fear for their
lives when walking on the street” with “men get raped, too”. you know
what???? I’m a man, I was raped, and afterwards I was not afraid,
especially not for my life, when in public. Any fear I had in
public was directly linked to the actions of my rapist (i.e., he grabbed
my arm, so if someone else did, voila, I was afraid) and would have
scared me in any other instance. The vast majority of male survivors
I’ve met are the same way, and even the ones who don’t say they didn’t
feel that way beforehand. Yeah, male survivors aren’t a monolith, and
I’m in no way trying to write off the fears of some as paranoia. But
what people who say “men get raped, too” don’t understand is that there
is nobody harassing us on a daily basis, no statistics to prove that the
problem men have with rape is the rest of society, no values ingrained
into us from childhood saying “you’re going to get raped, prepare for it
and deal with it”. When people say “men get raped, too”, they do
understand, to some degree, that the only thing they’re trying to do is
use our experiences (which they don’t actually care about) to
silence female survivors, derail the conversation and ignore the real
problem. The fear that male survivors have is inherently different than
that of women, survivors or not. We fear the action that has happened,
they fear the action that is threatened.
I swear to god bruh
Let me catch you in the streets
Bruh I swear to god