Fifth Harmony’s Lauren Jauregui Speaks Out On Political Issues

Whenever I hear about celebrities speaking out on political issues I almost want to roll my eyes, well I guess I should say when they speak about who they are voting for. I personally don’t think it’s fair that their opinions could influence others without any prior knowledge. A lot of people will basically do whatever their favorite celebrity says, so when I saw Lauren spoke out, I was a little nervous to read it.

Personally though I am glad that I did in fact read it. Lauren’s post is so beautifully written and you can tell that she is passionate about the issues that are currently happening in Mississippi and North Carolina, where bills are being passed to treat the LGBTQ community in an unfair manner.

Thank you Lauren for speaking out and being educated enough on the manner were you are not attacking anyone, just making great points.

Also, thank you for being a great role model to all of those young women and men that follow you!

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Prayers for Charleston

It took me a few days to write something about this senseless act of violence due to the fact I couldn’t think of the words to use in order to put my feelings on this website. In reality, this act of violence is absolutely disgusting. A church is supposed to be a place of safety, where you pray for a better life and thank God to be alive. The idea of someone pushing open a door and opening firing is absolutely mind boggling to me.

I just want the city of Charleston to know that the whole world stands behind you. I know that won’t take away the pain that the victims have been taken from an act of sheer horror but maybe it can bring some comfort to the families and friends.

The media has been posting the face of the shooter all over the place, but I won’t do that, I won’t even say his name. Instead here is a list of the people who lost their lives, these are the men and women that should be remembered.

Cynthia Hurd, 54; Tywanza Sanders, 26; Sharonda Singleton; Myra Thompson, 59; Ethel Lance, 70; Susie Jackson, 87; the Rev. Daniel Simmons Sr.; and DePayne Doctor.

I am so sorry that someone had so much hate in their heart.