I don’t think I am normal, haha

Some days that I think I am totally a normal person, and then other days I think “No Way”. One of the reasons I dislike social media so much, is because one person’s platform can seem like a lot. But when you think about it, it’s only one person’s voice.

I asked a question go after male politicians, are much as they do female politicians. A transphobes “answer” was that women tend to stand together with women’s rights. So when ‘we’ see a female politician take the side of men, we tend to go crazy.

Which makes no sense, women, on majority, support trans rights. It’s men who do not. Take a Green conference over the weekend. There was an amendment made by an MP called Sharari Ali, to “debate” about trans people having a mental disorder, and that trans people should still have to attend Conversion Therapy. He found some way to get it through. It was co-sponsored by a female, but ultimately a male brought it up and not a woman. So why didn’t they give him a hard time? He thought to speak for females. Women/females quit because they were so disgusted.

But they’re not angry with him. They’re angry at the female lead for passing this motion

It will ensure liberation groups (representing members with protected characteristics – women, LGBTIQA+ people, disabled people, etc) are consulted on conference motions that affect their members…”

I can’t possibly be the only that think it’s odd, how few males transphobes and TERFs go after. Considering cis males are the problem, and they have a LOT of problematic males on their side. Trump for one.

The new normal?

I initially was going to write this about COVID and are we already for a new COVID, as it starts too get back to some sort of normalcy. Now the cat has passed away, kind of unexpectedly. Having a “new normal” sort of has a different meaning again.

So I guess what I want to ask/talk about with you. What would you like your “new normal” too look like? When it wasn’t just the cat passing. I thought that during the “new normal” period, one thing I am looking forward too, is better hygiene. Before COVID, it never occurred to me to think about it, generally. Like you always do the norm, wash your hands, yawn with your mouth closed.

Now though, I am more aware of what I’m doing, rather than just, you know, doing, lol.

I take better care of my hygiene, like instead of just expecting all the dirt to come off in the shower. I actually look at my hands, my nails and I even take better care of my feet! I have always sneezed into my elbow, so that wont change for me, lol. Things like washing your hands may take longer, but it’s only like 30 seconds – 1 minute longer. I extra clean things now. I don’t go hypochondriac overboard, but I do a little bit more cleaning. Say before, unless I felt something touch my hands. When I’d take the bin out, it didn’t even occur to me that I should wash my hands. Now I get some hand sanitiser, and clean my hands, even if nothing touched it. You don’t always know what’s touched your hands.

As for the kitty, I’m still not out of the routine, I mean it has only been 48 hours since he passed. I have had several moments, where I thought that he was in the room. I am having literal pains, which was not like Pippy at all. I couldn’t stop crying with Pippy, with Travie it’s been random crying and literal stomach pains. I am not enjoying this “new” kind of grieving

Normal

What even is normal anymore? I refuse to let this be the new “normal”. It’s so draining, but the fight is worth it! It’s becoming more and more normal to think of self care, as the world is so draining. It’s becoming more and more normal to have people with mental health issues.

What are you best meme or gifs for Boris Johnson being the next Prime Minister of the UK?

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“Normal” – Trigger Warning

I’ve been wondering how to write this without feeling like I’m ignoring people’s problems. Oh! I will be talking about the recent suicides that have been occurring in the world of Hollywood…

I personally haven’t been reading too much into. I try to skip pass the articles if I can. At the moment, although I am not suicidal. Ever since I’ve had my anxiety attack, I’ve been finding that I am more…I guess,paranoid, about my health. If I hear something, I am convinced that I’ve got it.

The frustrating thing I am actually starting to feel “normal” again…Changed, but normal and feeling more like myself only very recently.  The funny thing was I only started to realise it a couple of days ago. I was just doing your average things and I realise how I hadn’t felt for a little while, it’s kind of starting to be forgotten about. Although I doubt it’ll truly be ever “forgotten”.

I just don’t like hearing about other people’s suicide. I’m here to help stop that, but I’m still having trouble with hearing about it, especially when it is just EVERYWHERE! It’s like every second article or statement is about one of them.