actor SLASH writer

I'm an actor who hates show business.
I'm a writer who hates writing but loves having written.

Here goes nothing...

“Having privilege isn’t something you can usually change, but that’s okay, because it’s not something you should be ashamed of, or feel bad about. Being told you have privilege, or that you’re privileged, isn’t an insult. It’s a reminder! The key to privilege isn’t worrying about having it, or trying to deny it, or apologize for it, or get rid of it. It’s just paying attention to it, and knowing what it means for you and the people around you. Having privilege is like having big feet. No one hates you for having big feet! They just want you to remember to be careful where you walk.”


Sindeloke, on Privilege  (via rebel-grrrl)


(via drmeltron)

(via greydotmatters)

Crazy Two Train to the Bronx

True Story: I just got off the most hood 2 train ever!

This mother and her 14-year-old son jumped some man in the car of the train I was riding in. After he whipped both of their asses, the mother actually helped him find his hat and cell phone. Afraid the conductor would call the cops on him, said man jetted off the train.

Embarrassed and wearing his bruised ego on his sleeve, the 14-year-old starts a fight with a random dude on the train who also whipped his ass and pulled out an icepick to try and stab him. The mother goes ape shit crazy in an attempt to protect her son. We, the passengers, press the emergency button on the train for help. They stop the train at the next station and both men are arrested and, along with the mother, escorted off the train.

The mother waves to her adoring fans (us) as we gawk at her through the windows of the train with judgement and disdain as it goes whizzing by.

The End. And you’re welcome.