i am against same sex marriage i am against same sex marriage and i am proud of it i am against same sex marriage and you can hate me for it or love me for it i dont have a preference your dissent or approval wont make me change my mind i am against same sex marriage because i am tired of watching straight people cheer for it thinking that this is what separates queer people from being equal to straight people i dont want your equality i want systemic change i am against same sex marriage because queer people still die simply because they are queer i am against same sex marriage because where i live forty percent of homeless youth are queer i am against same sex marriage because the form still says check male or female i am against same sex marriage because the implication is that if i can get married what else could i possibly want i want more i want different i dont want marriage straight or otherwise there should be no reason for people to register their relationships with the county clerk but marriage is only a symptom of a greater problem i dont need anyones assimilationist solutions i dont want to assimilate into a broken system i dont want marriage i want revolution
I need people. Come visit me? We could play trivia board games or sit awkwardly in silence.
I’m kind of a shut-in. But, I need people.
Come visit me?
Maybe if I stop staying up so late I will stop texting you and being disappointed when you don’t reply.
We’ve got so much to talk about.
You remember, when we were just kids, and there was that spark? Do you think we could find that again?
If so, there are some things you should know about me:
1. I don’t know how to enjoy alone-time. That doesn’t mean I couldn’t. It just means you’ll have to be patient with me while I learn.
2. I don’t know how to do halfway. I need commitment. I need sincerity. I need communication. I need them because if they aren’t there, I will run. If they are there, I will give all the commitment and sincerity and communication I can stand.
3. I don’t know how to do love. So I’m writing you this letter in the hopes that someday soon you will teach me.
I hope you’ll write back. If not, I understand.
Maybe I should go to bed earlier.