Without clothes on, we're all just kind of naked.
I can finally go outside without evaporating into dusty snowflakes from the cold. When the sun is up, that is. I'm not just being dramatic, I promise. It's even better since you guys are leaving me so many beautiful comments. I truly appreciate it! Thank you for that!
I spent this weekend kind of obsessing over equal marriage rights. In the US. And the rest of the world, for that matter. It's not exactly my goal in life to be overly engaged in politics, but the issue is very close to my heart - so I chose to participate. It's times like these that makes me feel so lucky to have the rights I do here in Norway. I'm married to a girl, in case you didn't know that - and it just makes me so incredible sad to know that it's not allowed in some parts of the world. Still. It's 2013, and you're not allowed to marry the person you love.
People decided to unfollow me on various sites this weekend when they realized I was gay. Well, whoop de fucking do! I wasn't aware it was a secret. I've gotten more hateful comments in Instagram than ever before, but I don't feel violated. I'm not angry. I'm relieved and a bit happy, to tell you the truth. If you're that small minded, I don't want you in my life. If you don't support love, the most beautiful thing in the world, I feel bad for you - and I'm happy to see you go. Love isn't a religion - and no religion has the right to claim ownership over love or marriage. Love is feeling that transcends the body, goes beyond borders, genders and sex. It's everything and nothing - it's universal and it's true. You can't soil that with something someone wrote thousands of years ago or with all the filthy words you learned in preschool.
Anyways, I don't have an ending to this post - as the issue in this post has yet to get an ending itself. But fear not, I'm not turning into a crazy gay rights activist blogger. As I said earlier this month: I may wear high heels, own a Chihuahua, read ELLE and eat cupcakes - but I'm not at all who you think I am. A lipstick lesbian is just one of the things.
PS. If you're here to hate, don't bother. Your comments wont make me less gay. xoxo