lmao ok I’m sorry but isn’t it a bit suspicious that this guy is all of a sudden claiming everything was a hoax years later just when he gets dropped from pirates??? Like come on.
No. Because he told me the same thing a YEAR ago.
Well, he used the word ‘fraudulent,’ instead of ‘hoax’, but same basic message.
And he also denied it THREE FUCKING YEARS AGO SO……..
I genuinely do not understand how people think the ‘timing’ is weird. You’ve got these same people preaching (rightly!) that abuse victims don’t want to press charges or expose or leave their abusers for various reasons (fear, they love them still, control, manipulation, etc etc), and then you have the SAME PEOPLE saying it’s fishy that after years of abuse this person didn’t immediately allow the entire fucking world to see his injuries?! After he said ‘he never wanted to show her as an aggressor’? years fucking later, after the HELL she’s put him through he’s still protecting her and you shitheads have the fucking gall to say ‘wElL tHaT’s sOmE sUsPiCiOuS sHiT riGhT tHeRe’
The JD situation has brought so much open male hate among my friends that I feel horrible. I am enby been wondering if I'm trans for a few years yet I'm terrified of telling them now. They act like they see men as inherent demons who deserve no compassion anymore so I'm sitting in the background like wow I guess I'm secretly a monster too then. I feel like if they knew I'd have to be a perfect cute unicorn or they'd stop trusting or liking me as a person
Fuck, anon. That’s rough and I won’t pretend for a moment that I know what you’re going through because I don’t. But I am here for you, because I truly believe it DOES get better.
I think all I can say to you is generally it’s better to be truly who you are and who you are most comfortable being than be someone you’re not, and always have to hide yourself to make others comfortable. If there’s one thing I think John has taught ALL of us, it’s that.
You seem like a smart, level headed, aware, and kind person, just from this small message you sent. Seems to me that those qualities would translate the same in real life, regardless of your gender. So they’d know you as that as a woman and if you transition, they’ll see your personality and traits are the same and that you’re a smart, level headed, aware and kind man. Maybe it would even help THEM overcome their prejudices, maybe YOUR journey can help them? It’s not something you owe them or what it sounds like they even deserve, but you being you as you believe you are meant to be could be a growing experience for everyone.
I just wanted to say thank you for posting/reblogging all the information about what's going on with John. I really appreciate being able to stay up to date with everything, and I'm sure others feel the same way too. Your blog is wonderful.
Thank you so much for the kind words!
I do want to point you to other JD blogs as well though; who are definitely more up to date than I am, and also have been much, much stronger than I have been these past 3 years. You should give them a follow as well if you don’t already 😀
I know you don't read any Johnny related stuff on Twitter but I just wanted to tell you that the tide is turning!Today there were thousands of tweets supporting him, from people that used to believe Heard. It's happening.
Thank you for the update! I haven’t checked still because I don’t want to see anything else I don’t want to see, but I’m glad to hear the tide is turning 🙂
I was in an abusive relationship a couple years ago and all this shit happening is heartbreaking. I won’t lie I dropped him in the beginning because of my history facing DV but now seeing everything come out… Fuck man it’s awful. What makes it sad is I think he had every intention of hiding her abuse towards him and only stepped forward because he HAD to defend himself. She’s really taken a massive shit on all of us DV survivors. I wish him the best- recovery isn’t sunshine and roses it’s hard
We genuinely all (I know I can speak for all of us on this) appreciate your honesty and your amazing humbleness to admit something like that. And your strength to, as well. This whole thing has obviously been hardest on those who have suffered domestic abuse, and I would never, ever hold anything against anyone who sided/sides with AH if they’ve experienced it at the hands of a man. It’s only natural. But your courage to see another side, and to talk about it, is awe-inspiring and I thank you for sharing <3