|To make a super group!!!|
Finally Found YouFinally Found You by Before-I-Sleep
When they finally find Shaw, Root so badly wants to run to her and hug her and never let her go. But if she does that then she'll compromise herself even further. Compromise her heart. So she opts for biting her lip so hard it draws blood and then smiles as she tastes the iron lacing her lips. Letting out a sigh of relief almost seems poetic in a way because as that breath leaves her lungs so does the weight that's been firmly placed on her shoulders for so many months. And the tiredness and pain and all the death finally catches up to her and as her vision goes blurry she realizes it's tears, like rain, pouring on a bittersweet type of day.
Her steps falter and as that weight becomes less and less her body seems to feel it's been given permission to lay down and rest and she reaches a hand out towards Shaw, that smile never letting go. She feels the ground around her as a dark abyss closes in on her vision. The worried look of Shaw standing over her and she whispers, Sameen, an
Congratulations~!I noticed DA has changed their logo somewhat...:thumb542402951:
A big congrats to the US, for legalizing same sex marriage!
and uh, its a bit late, but congrats, Ireland and Mexico!
I should take a moment to say how fortunate I have been to be one of the few that hasn’t had it terrible compared to others who were incredibly bullied and disowned by their families for being gay. Although at first my mom told me it was just a phase and that I’d get over it I didn’t see it as her not wanting me to be gay. I saw it as her not wanting me to have more of a difficult life then I was already having.
I mean I was cutting myself and being picked on for telling a popular girl I was in love with her. But honestly the bullying wasn’t as bad as it could’ve been, especially for a small town. And like they say, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Then when I went on to graduate and then start working at Walmart, people tried to tell me that I wasn’t gay and that I didn’t know who I was. But through hardships and finally finding the back bone to stand up for myself and having finally left that terrible place and start a new life for myself. I know who I am, I know what I am not, I’m not going to let someone define who I am.
So on National Coming Out Day I want to thank everyone that has been there for me and accepted me for me. For those who pushed me harder and those who caught me when I fell. If it weren’t for you I wouldn’t be who I am today and I wouldn’t be able to be me. So if your future kids or grand kids or friends turn out to be gay, show them the support and love they deserve. It isn’t your fault and it isn’t their fault it’s just who they are. Because love is love and everyone deserves love.