Gothics are Believers

by Raven
(Davao City, Philippines)


I am part of the Goth subculture and I know it's hard being different and its quite fun as well, considering the freedom to think the way you want and understand things the way you want. My friends were like, "Whoa!" after seeing the morbidity and all the dark colors. But at this age, I fully understand the shortness of life and how inspiring your own death can be as it drives you to live more the life you want. I want a good life. I believe in God a lot you know, but I also have my means of accomplishing things. A friend told me i am a satanist.


That's not good.

Actually, do Satanists go to church? NO. Satan is like the biggest ***** in the whole world and if I go to Heaven, I'll ask God to assign me to torture Satan 24/7. That's a bit freaky there! Haha.

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