The world we have doesn’t yet look like the world we want.
In the world we want, schoolgirls can go to sleep in dormitories without fearing that strange men will storm in to kidnap them in the middle of the night. In the world we want, young men are taught to respect women. In the world we want, people don’t face discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. In the world we want, all people have access to the education and health care they deserve.
In the world we want, 200 girls in northern Nigeria are returned swiftly and safely to their families.
i wanna get high with you in my room i want it to rain i wanna stay in bed today i will change my name im counting down the weeks until you come home a miracle’s gonna come save me it’s the only way i wanna build a place in you where i can be made new i wanna sleep until it ends i won’t make new friends
“I don’t know why people are afraid of lust. Then I can imagine that they are very afraid of me, for I have a great lust for everything. A lust for life, a lust for how the summer-heated street feels beneath my feet, a lust for the touch of another’s skin on my skin…a lust for everything. I even lust after cake. Yes, I am very lusty and very scary.”—C. JoyBell C. (via observando)