Just because I can’t speak the language doesn’t mean I don’t understand the context behind what you’re saying.
Hello all! My name is Allysa. Welcome to my brain, or a representation of it, anyways.
ASK! Or I will nom you.
You will find a lot of fandom things, random posts, and more. I dunno, I like many things. From the U.S., going to college on some level, living life as a potato. The usual. I like people, but find them confusing. Apparently I suffer from excessive self doubt, with occasional spurts of self confidence. I spazz a lot. Books and writing are amazing.
LGBT+. Pansexual/Queer. Hobbit in a human form.
Hey friends! So for my Education class I have to do a project based on a social issue I’m passionate about. I chose to tackle the persecution and oppression of LGBT+ folk. I want to make it something more than a lecture to my peers though. Interactive in a sense.
I was thinking I could either get important lgbt people from history and ask people what they have in common, to show how much history ignores us. Or more on par with the topic, people who have suffered severe persecution or death due to their being lgbt.
What do you guys think? Suggestions?
one time my mom hired cleaning ladies to clean the house and a couple of hours after they were done i noticed my cat was missing and we were searching the house looking everywhere for my cat and finally i heard a meow from my room and my cat was literally under the blanket tucked into my bed and my mom called the cleaning ladies asking why the fuck they made the bed over the cat and the woman said “it wouldn’t move”