Humans of New York article

“Drug dealing was delicious. I had a pistol, I had girls, I had funk. Everyone saw me as important. I helped defend the favela and maintain the rules. You couldn’t rape, you couldn’t kill, you couldn’t hit a woman without permission. Everyone knew the rules and nobody could break them. Or else you might get erased and fed to the crocodiles. I don’t have a heart. I’m cold blooded. My adrenaline goes up– but that’s it. Afterwards it’s back to nothing. People feared me. People respected me. But then I got set up. One of the ‘higher-ups’ wanted my girlfriend. So he accused me of stealing. It was all lies. He even tried to say I smoked crack. They beat me with sticks. They broke my fingers. They knocked out my teeth. They took my girl, my clothes, even my dog. And now I live on the streets. I’ve got nothing left. I used to get everything for free. Now if I ask for food, I’ll get chased away.” (½)(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)



I was very hesitant to write this, but something inside me is telling me to write this, so why not?

Watching Birth of a Nation While Black — Scott Woods Makes Lists

Interesting because it is very controversial 👐🏽👌🏽👏🏽✊🏽😏🙄

I cannot recall when I have ever dreaded viewing a film. I’ve attended numerous 24-hour horror film marathons during which I knew I would be subjected to films handpicked to twist the knife of political sensibilities, films so graphic and nihilistic I cannot give their titles in unguarded company. The guilt from even accidentally convincing […]

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I know more than you.

I know more than a lot of people, I know things but ways to express these things ?  That’s a problem that’s a big problem. Have you ever been shouted at or been advised something and you know what you are hearing is rubbish. So why not speak out?why waste your time?😏😏😏😏😏

😩😔Described as the worst shooting massacre ever in the USA. A man described to be homophobic and delusional, shoot and killed people in a gay night club reason being they were gay.

This is not humane in many of our eyes. But no one knows what led him to do it, not just yet we all have our theory’s. A fact is he was homophobic. Some say he was gay himself but just could not accept the fact that he was, some say he was sent no one actually knows maybe he was just phycotic. 🙏🏽🙏🏽


👐🏽🙏🏽An interesting topic in the world are all the religious wars and all the haterd among different religious. This blog is just another example, and is always a debatable topic.. 👏🏽👏🏽

“Queer people of all faith traditions deserve to know that they are not alone and that they are loved.” At Longreads, contributor Emily Perper shares four stories exploring the intersection of religion and queerness. via Celebrating Pride: Where Religion and Queerness Meet — Discover

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