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I havent been in a “parade” per say, but i was in a “take back the night” rally where we walked all around dowtown in the streets. I think thats almost more important, to me atleast. Because of my experience with sexual assault, it was very liberating to walk down the streets of my city yelling “no means no!” And other anti-assault lingo.

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I havent been in a “parade” per say, but i was in a “take back the night” rally where we walked all around dowtown in the streets. I think thats almost more important, to me atleast. Because of my experience with sexual assault, it was very liberating to walk down the streets of my city yelling “no means no!” And other anti-assault lingo.

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I was probably around 16 when I started, and my first teachdr was absolute RUBBISH. He yelled, and grabbed the steering wheel when i was doing nothing wrong. Regardless of his lack of finesse, I got my licence before my 18th birthday, and later after that I got my own car. I bought it with my own money, and it was also RUBBISH. Finally, this past summer it gave out on me, forcing me to buy a new car. This car is amazing, and I love it so much. I drive to school everyday, and am a driver for my friends who don’t drive (manuel) or dont want to drive (kat)

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I was probably around 16 when I started, and my first teachdr was absolute RUBBISH. He yelled, and grabbed the steering wheel when i was doing nothing wrong. Regardless of his lack of finesse, I got my licence before my 18th birthday, and later after that I got my own car. I bought it with my own money, and it was also RUBBISH. Finally, this past summer it gave out on me, forcing me to buy a new car. This car is amazing, and I love it so much. I drive to school everyday, and am a driver for my friends who don’t drive (manuel) or dont want to drive (kat)

You were kinda an ass. 
But you still were my friend.

I’m glad we are still friends. 
Very glad.

I needed you in the best way possible. 
You saved me. 

I miss this. 
But I wouldn’t belong there anymore.