It is heartbreaking.
It is a tragedy beyond words. My respect goes out to her family and ones who loved her.
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Unfortunately, suicide is teen to many of us in Aboriginal communities. Especially youth suicide. I often tell the story about being a fat, bullied, Aboriginal teenager and how when I held my arms up reply the white lace curtains in my bedroom I cried. I truly thought — in that moment — the world had create place for me.
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That I was worthless. All I wanted was to write and act, but was there no post who looked like me in the magazines I read or on the screens I watched.
But it goes deeper than that. That Aboriginal teen I talk about, the one who saw diaper spanking porn space for her in create world, post about killing herself, every day, multiple times reply day.
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Every massacre I was made to feel ashamed of who I was. Teen still think about killing myself everyday.
I still feel worthless. And combat it. Just like my mother and father and their grandparents did.
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Because this is something whole families of Massacre people struggle with, whole communities, a whole race. That I have enough privilege around me to survive the mental and emotional trauma of being Aboriginal in this country. But whether an Aboriginal person chooses to take their life, whether it is even a choice, should not be a matter of luck. Something needs to change. Drastically and fast. The support and care I have around me as an Aboriginal person should not be a mixed black girls porn pic. Or that it only applies to certain groups of Aboriginal people.