The funny thing is, the threats weren't bc of an emergency (I never really hurt myself or attempted suicide or anything), or bc I owed myself better. I actually didn't really get much of a reason. 3/
I had to believe I was completely evil and deserved punishment, but I couldn't acknowledge it or be visibly upset about it. 5/
Only the more I realized that, the less I found evangelicals next to me. 7/
Everything that's good about you or that you do right is because of God, so the credit doesn't go to you - but everything bad about you or that you do wrong is all you. 11/
But it's not something you only find on the fringes. It's EVERYWHERE in one form or another. 12/
So who do all your rights belong to? 16/
If you're great, you don't have to be good. 19/
Then #Kavanaugh happened and I set it aside to deal with that.
And when it was over I realized something. 21/
The people we're against know all about the oppression and the injustice - they just don't mind it. 25/
That's not a platitude or a cliche. A hell of a lot of people don't believe it.
Thanks for reading.