My Message to Bigots: Mind Your Own Business

Hi loves!

I want to chat about important issues across my blog that not many people speak about as they ‘don’t want to say the wrong thing’, ‘aren’t educated enough about’ or simply just don’t care enough to speak about. Well, quite frankly, these topics should be spoken about. Just because they don’t affect your life, don’t mean they don’t affect other people’s.

Basically, I am sick to death of seeing all people all down my Facebook news feed sharing anti-trans posts. It literally disgusts me, and to be honest I just don’t understand who these people think they are…

Please tell me how someone coming out as trans affects you negatively in any way, shape or form. Seriously, I’m listening.. Because so far no-one has been able to give me a solid, valid answer. Spoiler alert: that’s because there isn’t one. People are so quick to say it’s ‘political correctness gone mad’ or ‘snowflakes are so sensitive’ when in reality it’s people against trans people who are the real ‘snowflakes’. You’re honestly going to sit there getting offended and outraged at someone identifying a certain way, yet you’re calling other people over-dramatic and sensitive? I’m failing to see the logic, if I’m honest.

Trans pride flag

At the end of the day, this world is cruel enough without people putting others down for simply being who they are. It takes a LOT for some people to publicly state they’re trans, and it shoudn’t be that way. People shouldn’t be scared to be who they are.

MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS. Let people live. Everyone only gets one life, so who are you to make someone’s life miserable? Who gave you that right?

Check yourself. Be kind to others and the same kindness will be returned to you.

Lots of love,

Soph. xx

9 thoughts on “My Message to Bigots: Mind Your Own Business

  1. Facebook can be a toxic place. I don’t use Facebook because it’s full of hate speech, arguments, and negativity, which isn’t good for my mental health. People are free to love who they want and be who they want. To each their own I say.

    If someone is LGBTQ+, we should respect that and let them be. I don’t go out of my way to go to the pride parades or anything since I’m straight and honestly not interested in parades, but at the same time, I’m not gonna stop someone or tell someone they can’t go to pride parades. 🏳️‍🌈

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