Anonymous asked: Are you a vegan?
We’re all creatures of the world, we all live and feel, we all have the right to life. I don’t believe in the everyday speciesism that many of us partake in; the consumption of any beings and their by-products, the severe inequality in the rights of human beings and non-human beings, and the general exploitation of beings. We have (for the most part) globally recognised racism and sexism as prejudices, it’s time we recognise speciesism as a moral injustice; just as race and gender are morally irrelevant, so is classification of species. Therefore, I do all that I can to ensure that I practice equality in all aspects of life.
I’ve always sort of thought that if you are aware of and actively acknowledge the fact that you are going mad, then you’re not really going mad. But what if your awareness is sporadic and its moments of absence last just that little bit longer than its moments of presence?
Anonymous asked: I walked past you and your boyfriend the other day in Newtown but was too shy to say hello. You two seem so perfect. the style the hair everything. Beautiful people. Next time I might say hello :) oh and please keep writing and sharing
You wouldn’t happen to be the girl with the red hair, would you…?Oh, and thanks for the kind words. :-)
Like a messy bedroom or a pile of dirty dishes in the sink
time asserts itself into reality with gruesome pertinence
yet I still pretend I haven’t noticed it.