Astrology says: When the moon hit your eye like a big pizza pie. That’s amore
And of course I mean no disrespect to my friends, who have never judged me, have accepted me, and want me to be with someone probably more than I want to. But I just hope y’all remain sympathetic to the the fact that this world was not built with me, and others like me, in mind. And I know that we all struggle with romance, but the situation is a bit more complicated for me. I know sometimes y’all offer to go to gay clubs with me, but I don’t want to make you guys go to place not built for you, because I know how uncomfortable it feels to have people give you that look and whisper things about you for being where you shouldn’t be. I hear it all the time, I just pretend not to listen.
I sometimes wish I wasn’t gay so I could participate in all of the activities my friends do when we go out. I’m tired of being the seventh wheel and having to make fun of the fact that I’m alone (and the fact that I’m usually the only gay person around) so people don’t feel bad for me. I hate going out to public places, like clubs because as much as I try to have fun- and I do have fun- I always seem to end up feeling out of place. It’s like I’m an observer in a heterosexual world.
I hate coming to crowded and loud places like this because it reminds me how much I don’t fit in.
I don’t think writers realize that “strong female character” means “well written female character” and not “female character who punches stuff and shoots stuff”