“And so, for what it’s worth, I’m passing on this message. Go. Write your stories with your LGBTQ characters. Make their stories about more than coming out. Make their stories about what it means to be human and in love in this ever-changing world. Editors are waiting hungrily for your words. Pass it on.”—
Alice in Wonderland is not at all about drugs. It’s not veiled symbolism to drugs, it’s not here to bolster and run parallel to your use of drugs, and you shouldn’t associate it with drugs.
It’s a testament to imagination and fantasy. It’s a journey into…
Oh my god. I hate how associated Alice gets with drugs. Alice is filled with lyricism, plays on words, and it attempts to move beyond conceptual language. It’s a journey from a child’s pout of view that really points out how inconsistent conventional logic can be even on the most basic level.
I’ll sum this up in the words of the hatter. IF YOU CAN’T THINK THEN YOU SHOULDN’T SPEAK. 8| For the love of god people read the book. 8(