Animal rights is the new black

As a vegatarian, i of course love it when people want to do something good for animals, and for animal rights. Sometimes i just feel that caring about animals has been something people do because it is modern and “in”. For example many people talk about how wearing fur is the most cruel thing you can do to animals, but then you see the same people wearing leather, and to me that is the exact same thing. I also don’t really get it when thoose people who are against fur, eat meat. Some people might not get why i say this as a vegetarian, but if you are gonna kill an animal, why not use everything you can on it? The problem about this, at least from my point of view, is that we were once hunting animals to survive, to eat the meat, and so that the skin and fur could keep us warm, but it isn’t like that anymore. We have so many other alternatives today, so why not use them?

When your wife is a man

I read an article yesterday, about a man who had been married to the same woman for 19 years, but after 19 years of marriage, he had found out that his wife actually had been born as a man and had been operated to change sex. The 19 years they had been married had been perfectly fine and happy, but now he wanted to get a divorce.
I just wonder why it is so important that his wife used to be a man, because she isn’t a man anymore. If you have been married for 19 years you propably love eachother, at least you should…So what does it really matter?


What defines when something is girly, or when something is boyish? It seems logic, that a girl or a woman should be connected to things you see as feminin and girly, and a man should be connected to masculine things. What i mean is, that the perfect woman logically should be all feminin, but that’s just not the way things work. We seem to find the people who has a bit of both more attractive, so how can we know what is feminin, and what is masculine?

Everything isn’t just black and white

We use so much time, thanking the people who does something good to us, which is great! But why don’t we ever thank the people who has treated us badly? What i mean is…haven’t they affected us just as much as our good friends? They have helped ud just as much as anyone else, becoming who we are today. Imagine what the world would look like if this was a reality, i can’t really figure out if it would be positive or negative. It is so hard to change your mind on people who already made a bad impression on you, but i am just trying to be positive.