"Queer black characters have been the sidekick for long enough, it’s time for us to finally take the lead,” she writes.
I'm so sorry. I mean, I am really sorry because, I honestly never really appreciated you. Not even a little bit. When I was in my twenties I had no comprehension of time or real life at all. Life seemed like it would last forever. They say youth is wasted on the youth, and I couldn't agree more. Haha.
It's not easy being sexually inexperienced in Emma Rathbone's 'Losing It.'
If there is one thing I know from experience and have heard time and time again, for most people, their "roaring twenties" are a time of exploration, confusion, and at times, utter bafflement. I was recently asked what I would go back and tell my younger self. Here are a few things that came to mind.
A 28-year-old body isn’t as resilient as an 18-year-old one.
Your life will change so much, and many different times. The best thing you can do is learn to roll with the punches and take it all in ease. Being young is amazing, and so is growing older. They each have their own ups and downs, so don't take any of it for granted.
Although these are some of the best times of your life, they are also some of the hardest. It's hard trying to figure out who you are, and how you're going to pay rent in the same thought. We all know the feelings, and we can all admit that the struggle is real in your early twenties.
When I was 18, and I was hanging out with this rich kid. Kid, guy, whatever. He was in college; I was just about to start. My parents had bought a restaurant down the shore. It was a whole new town with A LOT of money and a brand new set of people.