Bianca Vivion

And it was the language of my mother that I used to describe my world. I didn’t need to talk about a “safe space” or a “trigger” to describe trauma or to describe where I grew up. I didn’t need all of these sort of monikers and buzzwords to do so. And yet now it’s very difficult to participate in a conversation without the expectation that I will use those same words. And I will not.

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Anselm Kizza Besigye

 I think the most lasting impact of my childhood was just like, exposure to watching politics happen first hand and being able to understand that individuals can have a big change on the societies they live in. And that definitely made me a political person, but I don’t think I was extremely scarred by it.

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Knell Dement

I feel like in a way everybody’s self centered. I mean like, you wake up and who do you see? You. Who do you have to take care of? You. It’s always you. At the end of the day, nobody’s there for you but you. You gotta be there for yourself, and you gotta like, make yourself somebody you can live with. You know? You can’t just be ticked off by yourself all the time, you gadda make yourself somebody you admire. I don’t know, self love is really difficult and a long hard process, but clowns really have been helping me. I love clowns… not too fond of myself… but I’m trying to like, be good with myself. And love who I am, love where I am. 

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