This is a ginormous part of my life. I would not make it a day without my earbuds or a pencil and drawing paper. Since music is a form of art, I decided to put these two together (plus I wanted both to be on here but already had three WHOOPS). Both of them are ways I express myself. They also both help with stress, well, when my drawings are cooperating with me. I know my favourite musicians would have to be Twenty One Pilots, Troye Sivan, Halsey, and others that would make this list way too long. They not only helped me find a good jam, but also with situations that I probably wouldn't have gotten through without them. I'm sure there will be more times in the future where art, both musical and visual will have to literally help me off my feet.
The LGBT+ community has honestly been like home for me. The community overall is very excepting and strong-willed. Whether it be the GSA in our school, LGBT+ youtubers, or Pride festivals, I've never felt more comfortable. It makes me happy that there's people out there who are so willing to help you, not because they benefit from it (they might emotionally though), but because they genuinely want to help. When you try to express yourself and maybe some of your loved ones refuse to believe it or choose to leave you because of that, it's reassuring to know that people will have your back.
I love animals, but especially dogs! I'm the introvert at a party who stays with the dog(s). They're very easily my favourite animals, considering their usually playful nature and their loyalty to their owners. They are the type of animal to show love to someone if someone shows them love-- well, most of them, at least. (The dog in the pictures is my beautiful baby. I love her so much ^^)
I enjoy many different types of shows. I get obsessed with them, then I find a new show. This one is a Netflix exclusive and is my obsession and has been for almost a year now. Voltron Legendary Defender is a family-friendly television show that tackles things many other family-friendly shows do. Examples of this is discrimination against race, gender, and it is heavily implied that there will be LGBT+ in later episodes. Another thing it covers is that many people have insecurities, even if they seem like they don't. It has characters that you come to love and it breaks boundaries usually held in television aimed for youth as young as children. Overall, it has great lessons for the next generations, in my opinion. Of course, this show is also not for everybody.