After a while, I sorta start to think there is no such thing as private, people don't like to say things that are too 'personal' but you know, if there's anything I've learned doing this for years, it's that nothing is just personal to me, I'm not that unique.
Sometimes the beauty is easy. Sometimes you don't have to try at all. Sometimes you can hear the wind blow in a handshake. Sometimes there's poetry written right on the bathroom wall.
We’re all citizens of the womb, before we subdivide into sexes and shades- this side, that side.
Take me home. Take me home and leave me there. Think I'm gonna cry, don't know why. Think I'm gonna sing myself a lullabye. Feel free to listen. Feel free to stare.
We barely have time to react in this world, let alone rehearse, and I don't think that I'm better than you but I don't think that I'm worse. Women learn to be women, and men learn to be men, and I don't blame it all on you, but I don't want to be your friend
Cause to me, it's, there's nothing that's personal and private, it's all universal. There's no experience that I have ever had that's unique. And the fact that there is just certain stuff that we share but don't admit to and don't talk about. You know, what is that about?
It seems that different people have an idea of what I am, and what I should be. And then there's me.
My idea of feminism is self-determination, and it's very open-ended: every woman has the right to become herself, and do whatever she needs to do.
People need something or someone to fasten themselves to in order to reassure themselves that they are real.
Someone's got to be interested in how I feel, just because I'm here and I'm real.