Different or Not we all still bleed red…


I don’t understand hate everyone hates on people’s surface issues like gender, sexuality, gender identity, skin color, national origin, religion, and so much more, but when it comes down to it if you cut someone they will bleed red. Take away all the surface issues and the just let people be people and who they are or who they feel like on the inside and the world would be a better place for everyone. No one is born to hate if you put two babies in the same room they will interact with each other without a problem and the same goes with young kids. I like the fact that online stores that sell toys have removed the Categories of “boys toys” and “girls toys” I think the same needs to be done with clothing as well so we can just let kids pick what they want to wear, because so what if I boy is wearing a dress or if I girl is wearing clothing that is typically for boys if they feel comfortable wearing it let them wear it. They’re not hurting anyone so why make a big deal out of it who cares if they’re homosexual, if you have a problem with it then there is something wrong with you, I want to live in a world where kids and adults can do what makes them happy without fear of being rejected or ridiculed for being who they are. We have an obligation to show kids that it’s alright to be who they are and to express themselves in whatever way they want to. If we can get to a place where everyone can express themselves freely then that would be the best thing to happen to the world as it would promote individuality and a generation that doesn’t care what the current fad is and a youth that just goes with it and takes the good with the bad.

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One thought on “Different or Not we all still bleed red…

  1. This post completely reminds me of Erasure’s song: DRAMA!
    “We all laugh and we cry don’t we?
    We all bleed and we smile. ”

    If you don’t know this song from the 90’s you should have a listen.

    And a children’s book comes to mind about a boy who lives to wear girl’s clothes titled “My Princess Boy” by Cheryl Kodavis. Again, if you’ve not read it, give it a read!

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