Not every vegan is white. Not every vegan is privileged. Not every vegan is upper class or even middle class.
Vegans of color exist. Lower class vegans exist. You don’t have to be rich to be vegan.
Stop fucking erasing their existence entirely just to discredit veganism.
*gets down on one knee* *gets down on other knee* *lays down on ground* *doesn’t get up ever*
ew this medicine is making my stomach feel like crap. i feel like i’m going to vomit on everything. ugh.
The legend of King Arthur is one of the greatest stories ever told. And Merlin took that story and told it in an even better way. Because it was not just a story of Merlin and Arthur’s friendship, nor of knighthood and chivalry and magic and that romanticised, longed-for golden age of Britain.
This was a story of Merlin and Arthur’s relationship coming full circle. It was a story of their joint destiny, of the fact that even death could not separate them, and of the fact that they would always find each other. And there can be no greater story than that, nor one more worth telling.
Forget Romeo and Juliet. Forget Jack and Rose. Forget Frodo and Sam. Forget Buffy and Angel. Nothing, nothing will ever be as tragically, beautifully heartbreaking as Merlin and Arthur.
“You’re not going to say goodbye,” Merlin told him. “No, no,” Arthur replied. And neither of them ever did.
I learned that people can easily forget that others are human.