self diagnosing is so hard because everytime you’re like “maybe I am mentally ill” theres also a big part of you going “nah you’re probably just a naturally lazy/nasty/disgusting/useless person trying to find an excuse for your behavior” because of the institutionalized ableism that runs through everything
So go to the doctor and get an actual diagnosis?
Why don’t poor people just buy more money?
Ancient Greeks favoured homosexuality not because they were oh so tolerant but because they were misogynists and believed you should only have sex with women for the sake of procreation and lesbians were banned can everyone please stop glorifying that now Please
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We passed two groups of black students that were so happy to see us. The first time, it was a group of like three or four Black students and this girl was like “Look at all these young Black kids. Are y’all freshmen?? It’s good to see these beautiful Black people, y’all stay in Jester?” One of the advisers told them that we were just touring the campus, and this dude was like “Damn, it’s good to see y’all though please try to go here.”
the second time we were walking across the street and three Black dudes were standing on the corner, one of them had his Black Power fist up and was saying “How y’all doing young students. Power to the People. Say it loud: I’m Black and I’m proud.” the other one was like
"It sho is nice to see Black faces, y’all on a tour huh? I hope y’all trying to go here because we need some more of US."
Sarge said she’d take me, Leah, and Tamyah to the Malcolm X lounge because that’s apparently the safe haven for Black students at UT— that’s usually where we go to study or hang out— but she was Boo’d up with this fine ass lightskinned boy who had a nice goatee. I couldn’t even be mad at her after we talked to him, because was cute and smart. Me and Leah talked to him about his experience at UT.
But it was fun to see the Black students excitement to see us.
We saw Bria too. She went to middle school with us, but went to Booker T—a performance art academy. She was walking past our group and yelled JASMINE!! LEAH!!!