Its a love story...

Yes, I'm Excited For My T Swift Year But I'm Also Excited For My T Swift Love Story.

It's a love story...


We are living in a generation of T Swift years, meaning that when you turn 22 it is automatically your Taylor Swift year. But no one has mentioned or even thought about their T Swift Love Story... until now. It's time for this term to be coined after all love stories are the best kind of stories.

So Taylor came out with Love Story in 2008. I can remember how the song first made me feel. I was in elementary school at the time and I had my little crushes of course. But no one really stuck out to me when this song came out. I just liked the idea of being in love and finding my Romeo just like in the song. I didn't know that the song would carry me all throughout high school and now college.

In college its hard to find your Romeo when you are so picky with who you want to be with. I think for me its all about finding someone who I can connect/click with but also they have to be understanding of my quirks and the way I do things. I tend to not have a filter at times so that's what might cause me some problems with my future Romeo. However, I believe that I have to also love the qualities about myself before someone else also loves them, so I think I'm heading in the right direction.

I truly think that one day I'll find my love story. I may not find it in college, I may find it later in life but what I do know is that God does have some sort of love story for me, as silly as it sounds. Taylor Swift may have written the song, but its up to Him at the end of the day to help me figure it all out. In the meantime, I'm going to go read those cheesy relationship memes and maybe add more to some of my Pinterest boards (you never know when you may need to add more wedding pins lol).

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Allegations Of Domestic Abuse Against Johnny Depp Turn Out To Be False

Johnny Depp was framed and it turns out that his now ex-wife was actually the abuser, not the other way around.


You might have heard last year that Amber Heard, leading female actress in "Aquaman," made allegations over domestic abuse against her then-husband, Johnny Depp. This caused Twitter to "cancel" Johnny Depp, compelling people to boycott his movies, including the latest film from the Harry Potter universe, "Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them." He was even dropped from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise following those allegations.

Recently, however, Johnny Depp has filed a lawsuit against Heard for a whopping 50 million dollars on the counts that the abuse allegations she made were false. In addition, an overwhelming amount of evidence has been presented, including 87 surveillance tapes and 17 sworn eyewitness statements, showing that Heard was the perpetrator of the abuse, not Depp. She even became a "darling of the MeToo movement", a Human Rights Champion of the United Nations Human Rights Office, was appointed ambassador on women's rights at the American Civil Liberties Union, and was hired by L'Oreal Paris as its global spokesperson, as a result of the false allegations, according to the lawsuit from Depp's legal team. Reports say that she even confessed that they were a hoax as well.

It is truly a shame, and I am utterly disgusted at the level of sheer hypocrisy being demonstrated here. Imagine trying to propel your career based upon a mountain of lies and not only that, lies about the abuse that you committed. I honestly don't know how Heard can live with herself, having knowingly ruined someone's life by spreading lies, let alone causing a person such high levels of physical harm on multiple occasions (and on top of that her performance in "Aquaman" was EXTREMELY subpar). What Amber Heard did is just going to be used in favor of those who oppose the MeToo movement, because now there is clear evidence of a female celebrity lying about the abuse. Heard's lies could be used to discredit every woman telling the truth, and especially now we want to and SHOULD believe women. Instead of making things better for women, she has just magnified the damage and has made it increasingly difficult for women in the future to report their abuse because now there will be more speculation.

However, I do also think that it is crucial to think about the double standards we often hold here. Just because women tend to be the victims of abuse more than men does not mean that men do not also suffer abuse. Women should not be blindly believed on every occasion because of that statistic as well. We want so desperately to believe women, yet when Amber Heard claimed to have been abused she was believed without intense further investigations and even put on pedestals for her bravery, despite the fact that Depp's ex-wives had never suffered abuse by him. Perhaps every claim of abuse really should be investigated equally, regardless of the gender of the victim.

I am extremely glad that Johnny Depp was not the abuser because I have always admired his incredible acting and talent. I am glad that my impression of him can remain as good as it was before and that I can give him my full respect again. However, Amber Heard must be treated the same way Depp was when he was accused - full "cancellation."


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Yes, James Charles Is Talented, But He Entered The Industry For All The Wrong Reasons

You should NEVER enter the public eye simply because you want to be famous.


You have to be living under a rock if you haven't heard about the recent ongoing feud between James Charles and Tati Westbrook, a YouTube beauty guru that practically helped Charles launch his career. Westbrook called out Charles for his entitled and predatory behavior that has since gone viral, causing him to lose millions of subscribers and fans.

First off, I just want to say that I have NEVER been a fan of James Charles. I think he is incredibly talented, and I admire his work, ESPECIALLY because he's a male in the makeup industry. I think his role in society is extremely important because it breaks down many gender barriers and normalizes men wearing makeup.

However, in 2016, Charles appeared on "The Ellen Degeneres Show" and stated that he retook his senior portraits with special lighting in order to make his highlight look better. His senior photos went viral and allegedly caught the attention of CoverGirl (who made Charles the first ever male CoverGirl).

It was later alleged by former ex-friend Thomas Halbert that Charles lied about this entire incident and that it didn't actually happen.

When I first saw him appear on the show I could tell something was off about him. Then, when the text messages between Halbert and Charles were released confirming his lies, my skepticism was justified.

James Charles only entered this industry for attention, fame, power, and money.

In 2017, Charles was slammed for making offensive comments about contracting Ebola in Africa, and he was later accused of being transphobic for saying that trans men aren't real men.

To me, these statements make James Charles racist and transphobic.

Charles announced his first-ever national tour in April of 2019. He was thrown into hot water yet again when tickets for this tour went up to $500. Who was ever about to pay $500 to see sister James play with some makeup and sing Demi Lovato with a frog in his throat? There are SO many better artists and celebrities that are way more affordable to see and meet than James Charles.

Finally, the most recent scandal that's been all over the media is the James-Tati saga. Tati Westbrook made a 43-minute long video titled "BYE SISTER" that detailed all the wrong Charles has allegedly done over the past few years. Basically, what prompted her to make the video was Charles posting a video on his Instagram story advertising gummies for Sugar Bear Hair, one of Westbrook's main competitors. She felt completely betrayed by this because Tati was essentially his mentor and guide throughout his entire career.

In this video, Westbrook accuses Charles of numerous things — from bashing certain beauty influencers to making inappropriate sexual remarks to preying on straight men that weren't interested in him (which James would apparently say he could get anyone he wants because he's a celebrity).

All of these things that are pervading the media right tell me that James Charles entered the beauty industry for all the wrong reasons. I believe he was initially driven by passion but was later brainwashed by all the power and fame he was receiving, and he allowed that to progress his career instead of his passion for makeup.

You should NEVER enter the public eye simply because you want to be famous — this includes entertainment media, film, theater, the beauty industry, or anything that garners public attention. It is WRONG, and it will easily come back to bite you in the ass.

James Charles is arrogant. He's conceited, deluded, and unfortunately abuses his talent in all the wrong ways possible.

Let your passions drive you to success. I think James deserves everything that's coming to him. Humility will get you far. Don't forget that.

James Charles, you are canceled. Forever.

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