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About FelixHelix

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  1. Oh gosh!! Especially with your father being... how he was... I can imagine that made it all the more triggering to have someone you look up to be so blatantly disrespectful of boundaries. 😧 I wish I could hug you, I totally get that kind of pain. For me it's my mum who's the toxic element, but the hurt is a lot of the same. You deserved (and still deserve) a better dad, and I am so sorry you didn't get that.
  2. I am still fuming over it, honestly. Just because Greg is male doesn't mean he's impervious to being abused, so this was f●●●ed in multiple ways (it hurt my heart for him to feel the need to validate that he was in fact s●●ually harassed/abused). Jeffree Star needs to be removed from pretty much all platforms imho
  3. Are you okay? I saw the video on Jeffree and it ended on a super concerning note so I wanted to come and check if you were okay. It makes total sense to cry given the subject matter, but I guess I was worried that you ignited trauma and were struggling and wanted to make sure that you're doing alright. It's your own business of course, so if you don't feel like going into it I won't be offended. What Jeffree did can qualify as s●●ually abusive behavior, and it can also be traumatic to experience seeing someone else being s●●ually abused (even verbally), so either subject could be a perfectly valid trigger. Regardless of whether or not you answer this, I hope you're doing better, and that you have a wonderful day today. Thank you for sharing your story. ♡
  4. That you don't have to want clout/fame to want to talk to a famous person. Being autistic, I always just talked to others like equals regardless of their social standing because I enjoy talking to them, so it always confused me to no end when people assumed I wanted something out of it like talking to them wasn't gratifying enough.
  5. I feel REALLY bad about myself, which is something I fight every day. I deal with Borderline Personality Disorder and it makes it hard for me to handle the lows that come with my extreme emotions. Because of this, on really low days, my self-esteem can get low enough that I become alright with the idea of misfortune striking me (like I am ambivalent about getting hit by a car, kindapped, etc.) because my self-valuation is so warped, I see it as something I deserve. It is incredibly overwhelming and on better days it makes me really sad that I keep feeling this way about myself. I want better for my life. I desperstely want to like being me again. All that's WITHOUT an outside source of disparagement, so I honestly can't fathom how you get through every day with an onslaught of lies and insults thrown your way pretty much EVERYWHERE you go. Like, I am in awe that you are able to continue forward through it. I truly would like to understand how you do it, so that maybe I can try to heal myself from the hellscape that is my self-image. It's okay if this is too personal of a question, and I'm sorry if it's a weird thing to say, but I felt like if anyone could give advice in regards to rediscovering a love for one's self, it would be you. (I say this because of your recent videos on the realization that you haven't been creating what makes you happy, and the following decision to make what you want to make without worry. I don't want it to come off like I'm trying to insult you or anything and I'm autistic so I can't tell if that's the tone that comes across 😅) Thank you for reading, and stay warm! Washington is cold af today (at least to me).
  6. My least favorite thing about the internet is how easily information can be misconstrued and misused to manipulate another's public image (whether that be for companies, celebrities, or even just regular ol' individuals). It sickens me how easily people will lie and destroy the life of someone they don't even know for even an iota of a chance of making it big. Even when I wanted to be a YouTube journalist this bothered me; part of me still wants to be a journalist for the purpose of putting out information I know is true to attempt to combat the mass quantities of bullsh!t circulating these days.
  7. Funko pop is in Everett, WA! I've been there and it is f●●●in amazing tbh (they have a lifesize batmobile)
  8. It's gotta be a tie between Uraraka and Aizawa! Uraraka is best girl, and Aizawa is my fave grumpy ol man haha
  9. Being nonbinary and inters●●, I am... a tad offput by your stance. There literally are not only two biological genders, and to imply as such is ignoring biology and science. It isn't a "viewpoint", it's a fact. I feel the reason people react negatively towards you is because you are making the active choice to speak over not only other people's lived experience, but scientific truths that are not simply opinions. I don't care how you identify religiously or politically, (even if I find identifying with right-wing politics repugnant) but I will say that the reason for the vitriol in those regards is much of the same: People who actually know what they're talking about don't really like when people who don't know what they're talking about try to imply their opinion is more important/valid than literal facts. I was born inbetween. You thinking that there are only two s●●es will never change the fact that I am (and many others are) an inters●● person. I don't hate you, I'm not mad, and I would totally be chill with watching anime with you. However, you need to accept that your "opinion" on scientific facts is not only invalid, but by default intolerant in nature. You can't say you "accept all people" and then ignore a plethora of human beings' existence. That's oxymoronic. That said, I still hope you have a nice day, and that you don't take my bluntness as rude. You said you wanted opinions, so I gave mine 🤗
  10. Awwwh! Geez, I'm so sorry! It can be really upsetting to accidentally hurt your furbabies, but it's worse when they are wary afterwards 😢 It'll be okay though, I'm sure she still knows you love her and is just being careful ♡♡♡
  11. It feels good to be a gangsta *dadadadada, it's the one and only D-O-Double-G (Snoop Dogg!!)*

  12. For the longest time, I struggled to figure out what I believed in. Identifying as Christian, wiccan/pagan, and agnostic. I've very recently been coming to the realization that I have always felt a need to defer myself to a higher power, but I had never thought about why. Why am I letting some mysterious entity that may not even exist run my life? The only person who has control over my life is me, so why not give myself credit and control over my own destiny? Realizing that has been life-shifting. Nothing has necessarily changed, but my perspective on my life has colored everything in a different hue. I can choose what happens in my life, I can make my own decisions, and I can craft my own destiny. It feels amazing to give myself that power, to acknowledge my own role in the direction of my life. Do I want to be happy? Then do what makes me happy. Do I want to feel accepted? Then accept myself. Do I want to feel loved and whole? Then allow myself to cherish every part of me, and let those parts flourish and grow into something beyond what I could have ever dreamed. Deciding for myself feels more fulfilling than trying to appease a mystery ghost ever has. I don't have to submit myself to something I'm not even sure is there. Even if there is something out there, they haven't done enough in my life to earn such reverence from me, so I would much rather revere myself. Some may see that as a bit narcissistic, but I see it more as having the self-esteem to put myself first. I recently got a job as a Game Master at a puzzle escape room, and the only person who did that for me was myself. I have myself and my abilities to thank for it, not some "god" or diety. It feels so good to know my lived experiences and ingenuity were able to get me a job I wanted! When I prayed and begged some kind of higher power to help me, I was stuck going nowhere. I wasn't getting jobs, I wasn't growing, and I wasn't getting better. Getting better started when I took control for myself and gave myself the reigns in my own life. I look forward to taking even more steps towards my future, and I have myself to thank for that. That feels absolutely amazing. So, TL;DR, worship and praise yourself. A diety isn't the one living your life, you are. You deserve credit and respect for that! It isn't a bad thing to love yourself and have respect for your own capability. It doesn't make you selfish to take credit for your own achievements. So take the reigns, take control, and kick life's ass. Love y'all ;-* *boob squeeze*
  13. Perhaps you should talk to a doc if you're having issues with concentration! Either that or it's stress-related, which is also always worth checking out (stress can cause a myriad of mental and health problems) I believe in you, though!! You can do this!
  14. I'm still glad your mum said something/gave a S●●● enough to talk to you, though! When I came out to my mum about my anorexia, she (no joke) looked me in the eye and said "Well, at least you're losing weight!" So like... at least it wasn't that lmao
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