The title of this post was paraphrased from one of my favorite posters seen during Women’s March 2.0.
Why do they always schedule these things during the day? #unfair2undead
It does, however, bring up a very good point: with all the talk of “America First” and nationalism, why does it never seem to dawn on these folks that life itself is symbiosis? We’re in this together. Quoting Anthony Douglas Williams: Not a single creature on Earth has more of less right to be here.
No one understands this more than a Vampire.
Sure, we’re equipped like the predators we are — low-light eyes, fangs, and talons — but we can’t feed one another. Guess who that leaves?
Delicious all of you.
Yes, we can take what we want… and then people would hunt us to extinction, so any benefit of having us around would be extinguished as well. You already know about the benefits.
The smarter among us ask to feed, make fair deals, and establish lasting relationships. While it may sound like a threat, Vampires are safer when satiated, and if we’re not healing from mortal combat, we need less blood to keep us docile and out of predator mode.
But if we’re denied, it’ll get bad. The longer we’re denied, the worse it’ll get — for everyone.
Again, not a threat. Just telling it like it is.
And if you’re being marginalized, shunned, moved aside, or in any way denied your right to be here (read: to exist), you need to make yourself known.
Trust me — I’m a Vampire.
Take your power seriously. Keep each other safe. Be indomitable.