Welcome to #Cammunity Chatter, an occasional roundup of some of the best and sassiest social media statements that speak.
We hope all of you are home and rested up from another year at AEE. After living through all 52 days of January and Janbruary — there’s no better way to express the eternity that is January than the way Whitney Wright did — we hope you’re ready to take on February with energy and enthusiasm.
To help your recovery process, we’ve rounded up a handful of thoughtful #truth from some of your favorite sexy colleagues.
Wow it’s really February. It feels like we had to get through all 52 days of January and Janbruary to get here but we made it.
— Whitney Wright (@whitneywrightx) February 1, 2019
A question for women: When in the history of being a woman have you ever really cared about what a stranger —who also is a man — thinks about what you’re wearing?
Well, Ginger Madison recently found herself in the position to respond to a random man’s thoughts on her outfit of the day. Her words are priceless:
Man ringing up my order at the store:
“It’s cold outside and you’re wearing leggings, you’re not right”
“Actually, you’re not right because I’m an adult and I can wear whatever the hell I want” pic.twitter.com/qvpNqIvfQP
— Ginger Madison 💋 (@GingerMadisonxx) January 17, 2019
Ginger, we only hope that if any of us is ever in this position in the future, we can respond as perfectly.
Next up is an essential thread from Lux Alptraum:
In light of Holocaust Memorial Day let me remind you that I’m a 3G Holocaust survivor. My grandfather escaped the Nazis by spending most of the war in the Russian army but lost most of his family (including his first wife and two children) to the Nazis.
— Lux 🧜🏻♀️ Alptraum (@LuxAlptraum) January 27, 2019
First, we thank Lux for sharing her family’s story. Second, we thank her for continuing to “stamp out oppression” and are inspired to do the same.
Janice has some important thoughts on treating people with less “severe” mental health issues.
id love more resources and literature for folks with high functioning BPD because most of the stuff out there is for people who are incapable of living at their current state and i’m Fine but would like to continue getting better and fine tune it – lots of what’s available makes
— janice (@rejaniced) January 28, 2019
We’re happy she’s able to manage her BPD these days and also commend her for bringing up one of the issues that come with mental health treatment: fine-tuning a person’s mental health. So many people have gotten through the rough part of their mental health recovery and need a little extra help when it comes to making their life more comfortable to live.
Now, we’d like to take a moment to give Sydney Leathers a high-five.
I just talked to my mom about some serious shit without getting pissed off or hanging up on her. Therapy works, kids!
— Sydney Leathers (@sydneyelainexo) January 26, 2019
Sydney! This is awesome. Here’s to you and your wonderful therapist.
And we’ll end on a post about puppy love from Catjira:
If I went to Vegas this year now would probably be the 1st time id be seeing my dog in like a week and idk if I can handle that ☹️ I can’t imagine not waking up to her adorable I’m perfect angel dog face and tail wagging 😭
— 𝗖𝗔𝗧𝗝𝗜𝗥𝗔 (@catjiratv) January 27, 2019
Cat, we feel you. Leaving your dog at home is the absolute worst part about traveling.
We’ll see you all again in a month or so. Until then, get some sleep, drink some water and remember that you’re fantastic.