This was originally supposed to be a post about why kid-centric television shows should feature prominent LGBT characters (which I promise will come shortly; I’ve been meaning to write it, I swear!), but my mind tends to wander so this is going to be yet another post about j-school.
Fuck yes, an update!
What the hell j-school? Ignorant journalists should be an oxymoron. Really can’t imagine why people would hate you or your girlfriend for explaining your perspectives. The eyerolling part is especially immature.
Shit, I’m getting second-hand rage here.
Hang out with people that value you for you.
Don’t give a shit about people that waste your time.
It is literally not worth the time or effort raging or trying to change people.
Be aware of your passions. Recognize when people genuinely aren’t interested in what you’re talking about. Nothing’s stopping you from having them, but common courtesy allows others to not share them.
And sometimes people just like Katy Perry.
While I completely agree about not caring/raging taking up far too much of my time and energy, is it asking too much to expect some respect? I mean, I generally don’t hang out with these people (and I again agree that I probably never should), but in a classroom setting especially, is eye rolling or scoffing something that should just be tolerated? This goes for anyone in any program or any “professional” setting in which ideas are expected to be shared.
People liking Katy Perry is just totally unacceptable. No. Just no. Stop that.
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