#HowIResist Campaign 18

#HowIResist Campaign 18

What I know for sure is that speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have. – Oprah Winfrey

 

#HowIResist

I resist by speaking up against any form of homophobia, by striving to be a good ambassador of the LGBT community by my actions and words. I resist by letting people know that love is a beautiful thing, no matter who is involved. – Dunamis

 

#HowIResist

In 2016, I waved goodbye to religion and what society would like to think of as normalcy. I chose to walk the path of self awareness. Everyone saw me as “abnormal”.

I resist by walking in my own path, doing what pleases me, living my own life regardless of what people may think or say. in the end, I’m my most trusted friend. – Ijele

 

#HowIResist

I resist by refusing to accept the flawed idea that we must all conform to societal standards of what is normal and acceptable. – Jay

 

#HowIResist

New every morning, I love Me. I tell Me that it’s okay to be Me even if some days, I don’t believe it.

I resist when I take time out of all the chaos to go to the bathroom, look in the mirror and say, “My name is Charles and I am valid.” – Charles

 

#HowIResist

I resist by living by my own terms, setting my own rules and sticking by them.

I resist by fighting against every societal norm that tries to deprive me of my humanity.

I resist by loving people around me irrespective of what makes them different from me.

I resist by owning my identity and loving every aspect of it. – Jimmy

 

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