I’m sitting here with my friend Leg-End-Lee (also a wicid user) and we like completely different music. Often we can discuss why we like said music (I like metal, he likes rap) but we never argue about it. What we can’t understand is why there is so much controversy over what music you like. For example if I said that I liked My Chemical Romance ( I know they aren’t metal, sue me) I could perhaps be called an emo just for saying I like that particular band. This is a form of prejudice in my opinion, and I do not know why it happens. It can also be taken the other way round, as if someone said they liked Eminem, they could be called Americanised, and both of these stereotypes could be completely untrue and more often than not are. What we find particularly strange is that people have disagreements over music when Leg-End-Lee and I are fine with each other liking completely different types of music. Is it just that many people are irrational about music or is it a particularly passionate subject for some people? You decide.
Here's Martyn one of our youth workers dropping in to share some info on how YEPS can help support any LGBTQ+ young people in RCT. 🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️ If you feel like you need any advice please get in touch. Also, keep an eye out for a very special announcement from Shauna coming soon!! pic.twitter.com/ysYvujGtpB
Dyma Martyn un o'n gweithwyr ieuenctid yn galw heibio i rannu wybodaeth ar sut all YEPS helpu i gefnogi bobl ifanc LGBTQ + yn RhCT. 🏳️🌈 Os ydych chi'n teimlo bod angen unrhyw gyngor arnoch, cysylltwch â ni. Hefyd, cadwch lygad am gyhoeddiad arbennig iawn gan Shauna yn dod yn fuan! pic.twitter.com/rmSjotI1gL