Until the sixteenth century, men—priests, academics, judges, merchants, princes, and many others—wore skirts, or robes. For men, the skirt was a 'sign of leisure and a symbol of dignity,' writes Quentin Bell. This is still true for men in high positions. After all, can you imagine the Pope, or Professor Dumbledore, wearing trousers? Have you ever seen a depiction of God wearing pants?submission; it can be proved by the simplest of all tests. No ruler would deliberately dress up in the recognized fetters of a slave; no judge would would appear covered with broad arrows. But when men wish to be safely impressive, as judges, priests or kings, they do wear skirts, the long, trailing robes of female dignity. The whole world is under petticoat government; for even men wear petticoats when they wish to govern.
🍂—“ I know i do stupid things sometimes like tonight & sometimes i get mad at you.... & i'm sorry i'm so annoying & that i hurt you & i'm sorry that you're so amazing & you treat me
so well and i'm just... me... you'll never know how much you mean
to me... i'm sorry !! Love you ...
🦂—“ The biggest lesson I’ve learned is:
it’s okay. It’s okay for me to be kind to myself.
It’s okay to be wrong. It’s okay to get mad.
It’s okay to be flawed.
It’s okay to be happy. It’s okay to move on ...