The Dalai Lama supports the freedom to marry! Reblog and share his message of equality: http://nbcnews.to/1cJbHiS
Today I learned a little lesson in self confidence. I was out with my family at a circus and during intermission I went to the bathroom. There were about thirty urinals in the restroom. I had to go so bad I didnt even mind that I was standing next to a bunch if strangers. I am extremely self conscious. It isnt even funny. Now I started going and this guy came next to me. I just kept going. I was thinking the whole time, “Why am I not panicking?”, then I realized that it doesnt matter. If someone has (excuse my bluntness) a bigger penis than me or is in better shape then me so what? I am, who I am. I cant change that as much as I would like too. Needless to say I am very proud of myself. I hope everyone finds this out sooner or later because it isnt right to fear being who you are or hide who you are. You are perfect and you will find someone who thinks the same one-day. Keeping looking and love who you are.
Protest TOMORROW against Nigeria’s Anti-Gay Law which imposes 14 year jail sentences on LGBT Nigerians.
[Friday, March 7: 11am-1pm; NYC/DC]
New York City Rally:
Nigerian consulate- 828 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10017
Washington DC Rally:
Nigerian embassy- 3519 International Ct NW, Washington, DC 20008
Events in other cities will be outside local Nigerian embassy/consulate. If you cannot attend, please lend your support via twitter and SIGNAL BOOST this post as the event is TOMORROW. I will also personally be at the NYC rally as well, so say hey, and I hope to see you all there!!!