Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.
~ Mother Teresa
~ Mother Teresa
Shout out to a cause that I totally love. For those of you who don’t know Girl Love is a movement started by Lilly Singh, also known as iiSuperwomanii, with the help of WE Charity. The purpose of the movement is quite simple, to end girl-on-girl hate. It’s to encourage us, all females of all kinds to band together to put negativity behind us to achieve the amazing things we are meant to do and be the great people we are meant to be. The challenge of this movement is just as simple, to show your support by spreading Girl Love; not just to the people we know or want but to all women all around the world. Superwoman and WE are working together to improve life for women in third world countries and encourage girls around the world to not only love themselves but love each other.
I really admire what this cause is about, I mean there are just so many things that we as humans discriminate against and it all really sucks but in my opinion the worst to think about is how women discriminate against women for being women. That sounds weird but it doesn’t make it any less true. Women have always had to fight for the rights whether it be for education or to vote or for whatever right they were not given because they were women. And that fight isn’t over, whether you’re a part of the world where women are fighting for equality in faculties or in a country that still oppresses girls when it comes to every right. The fight for our rights is still on and we as women and humans for that matter should be working together to end that. We need to stop hating and starting working together for the future of humanity.
So let’s spread girl love, and pledge to not only end girl-on-girl hate but to work together and make an impact. Let’s stand up for what we believe. Let’s encourage the love of oneself and the people around us. Let’s educate the next generation, boys and girls alike. Let’s speak up and be heard about the things that matter. Let us as people come together to spread love.
17. Spencer’s Dad is Jason’s Father – Throughout season 2 it was hinted that there was something going on between the two families but Spencer wasn’t sure what. During the school lock-in, things began to fall together and after receiving a text from A when she sees Jason she puts it all together; Finally, Spencer realizes the truth. She approaches Jason and tells him to hear her out as she asks if her father is his father too. In response, Jason just smiles and asks who told her, to which Spencer says, Ali but she hadn’t heard her until now.
I really like how this played out through the season, I mean it was obvious that there was a twisted history between the two families but the fact that it was this, not only an affair but a child, it was definitely interesting. The one flaw is that I wish the show did more to explore Spencer and Jason’s relationship, especially after Alison returned. After finding out they were siblings I feel like they really clicked in the sense of being sibling but it was just never all that flushed out. I mean it was obvious that everything changed for Spencer and she became more of a person in his corner than a skeptic but that was all. Like after the shock and everything I feel like it was just left alone but I wish there was more, still even hoping there will be.