My head is well and truly fooked now I don't know if I am coming or going, I know who I am but that is not enough I feel like every where I turn I am hitting a wall, I hate feeling this way I have tried to put it all in the back of my head but its not working at all, I know I am only here now because of my family if it was not for all them I 100% would not be alive at all, all I think about is I just might be the person I want to be in an other life so if I end the pain.. but then I snap out of it... but its now getting hard to control, I feel LIKE I am losing my mind at times.. where do I go now do I just shave my hair and have done with everything and carry on like this is a bad dream or do I get my nuts chopped off once and for all.. I know what I want but its not that easy life is not easy :(
So bills don't pay themselves, so I have been busy working on some ideas.
Anyway I have a heat press and been putting the images onto mugs.
So here they are :)
I am in the hair dressers with my step daughter... I do hate the word step so much... well she has decided to make a big change from normal to wow hair, and we all know wow hair is so much better .. her nan used to take her but if she had her way I am sure she would look like an Cindy doll or something... goth is so much better... will pop a photo up when all done..
A UKIP Independence Party MEP has said that the public should be able to freely and openly dislike gay people like they would different types of tea.
Roger Helmer told The Sun it was okay for people to find homosexuality “distasteful if not viscerally repugnant”.
In comparing his thoughts on homosexuality to tea, Mr Helmer stated: “Different people have different tastes, you may tell me you don’t like Earl Grey tea. That may be a minority view but you are entitled not to like it if you don’t like it.”
The East Midlands MEP previously tweeted in 2011: “Why is it OK for a surgeon to perform a sex change operation, but not OK for a psychiatrist to ‘turn’ a consenting homosexual?”
Mr Helmer’s latest comments come shortly after UKIP candidate, Robert Bilcliff stated that last month’s arrival of same-sex marriage in England and Wales was a “sad day” for all straight people.
A UKIP donor says gay people are incapable of love, believes women should be banned from wearing trousers, and has warped views about rape.
In January, a UKIP spokeswoman said the party no longer had anything to do with Greek shipping tycoon Demetri Marchessini.
In a bizarre move he had taken out a full-page ad in The Daily Telegraph, claiming homophobia did not exist in response to a critical article about Russia’s anti-gay laws by Times columnist Libby Purves.
Mr Marchessini wrote: “In the Orthodox religion, homosexuality has always been a major sin … The vast majority of Russians are Orthodox, and abhor homosexuality.”
On Wednesday, Channel 4 News revealed that Mr Marchessini has made at least one more major donation to the party, on Christmas Eve 2013, and is still in contact with UKIP’s treasurer Stuart Wheeler.
Asked by Channel 4 News Political Correspondent Michael Crick if he thought that the “nature of homosexual relationships is different”, Mr Marchessini replied: “Oh completely different, there’s no love, only lust – and also the actions they do are completely different.
“They go out at night and they and they pick up, five, ten, fifteen different partners in one night. Is that love?”
When Crick suggested that many gay couples are in stable relationships, Mr Marchessini said: “But it’s not husband and wife, they’re roommates and both of them go out cruising.”
“There is no such thing as fidelity in homosexual relationships. They just all go out looking for action. That’s the way it is.”
Marchessini was asked if he thought women should be banned from wearing trousers, and he said they should – because skirts are the only way they will excite men.
Asked why women should dress to excite men, Mr Marchessini said: “Because that is the only way the world is going to continue.
“Because if they don’t men are going to stop fucking them.
“Do you understand, and may I tell you with great respect, that the incidents of love making in the Western Europe have fallen drastically?”
He said one reason for this was because women wear trousers. He said another reason was “because women work”.
He also said that it is not possible for a husband to rape his wife.
“If you make love on Friday and you make love on Sunday you can’t say Saturday is rape,” he told Channel 4 News.
“Once a woman accepts, she accepts. And especially when she makes a vow on her wedding day.”
Yesterday, UKIP MEP Roger Helmer accused The Sun newspaper of misquoting him in comments made about homosexuality.
The paper claimed Mr Helmer had said it was okay for people to find homosexuality “distasteful if not viscerally repugnant”.
Last weekend it was revealed that a council candidate for UKIP in Staffordshire had described the arrival of same-sex marriage in England and Wales as a “Sad day for all us straight people”.
Nigel Farage recently made light of the “fruitcakes and loonies” within his party while appearing on Have I Got News For You.
Earlier this month, Douglas Denny, a UKIP candidate in Portsmouth, came under fire for saying that gay sex was ‘disgusting’ and ‘abnormal’.
He was defended by local UKIP chairman Stuart Potter, who said that he had been “wrongly accused of being a homophobe which he is certainly not.”
Councillor David Silvester was expelled from UKIP in February, after claiming that same-sex marriage was responsible for flooding across the UK.
Being Transgender or Gay is not a choice, being Transphobic or Homophobic is, so don't be a Twonk