Have you ever noticed how some people who claim to live their quote unquote “best lives” really don’t sound too convincing? Most of them seem very uptight as if they’re just always pissed off about something. It’s like they have a chip on their shoulder, looking for an argument. I honestly thought people who lived their best lives were happier and at peace with themselves. Maybe not. Life’s too short for you to walk around with a cork up your arse. Loosen up already. You came out and got what you wanted. Aren’t you happy? What more do you want? As if we owe you the world. It seems like you have inner issues that you need help dealing with and no offence, but judging by your personality, it shows.


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Of course

Mar 11, 2024 at 8:46pm

Most of what you said resonates. You’re right about a few things, but not all people are hostile. I think it could possibly be a means of crying out for help after years of oppression. Who knows.

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Mar 13, 2024 at 4:21am

I think you’re right - the people who don’t understand why someone who’s been historically denied the same rights as others might be angry, really need to wake up. For example, imagine telling a person who had been enslaved that they had no right to be angry about that once they had been freed. Or telling someone who had been wrongfully imprisoned that they were only allowed to be happy about being free but not allowed to be angry about the injustice done to them. It’s invalidation on a colossal scale when that attitude is applied to an entire group of people.

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