My favorite thing about being a woman is being friends with other women. Naturally, we are interesting people. We always have a strong opinion on things, we speak with expressive tone, and we aren’t afraid to show our true feelings. It is our natural instinct to congregate with each other. In a world that is out to destroy womankind, it is so important for us to have each other’s backs. We lift each other up and push each other to achieve greatness. We need to empower each other and make sure that we stay strong together. We have to keep our sisters and their secrets safe. But since we’re close, I HAVE to tell you about what my slutty best friend Julia did.
If women don’t have each other, then who do we have? Guys are dedicating days to themselves as if every day isn’t for the boys in the patriarchal prison in which we all reside. As soon as we turn our backs on women, we completely undermine all that has been fought for. All the sacrifices that our mothers and grandmothers have made would be in vain. By keeping sight of the positive attributes in each other, there is no way that we can lose. Except when Julia gets drunk, holy shit she is so annoying. I love her to death, but literally, when she blacks out she is the worst person that I know. I would rather swallow a lit match then have to take care of her. It honestly is the greatest burden on my life. But she’s my best friend so I have to.
There is nothing in this world that could tear apart the bond that I have with my girl friends. You don’t have to be in the same sorority to feel the strong ties and the everlasting bond between women with similar interests and morals. I would do anything for my girls, and I know they would do anything for me. Just like Julia would do literally anything for a boyfriend. Like, I feel bad for her because she’s so pretty, but she has absolute trash taste in guys. I’ve told her a billion times that she needs to stop being so easy. It’s gotta be related to her laundry list of daddy issues. Oh shit, I wasn’t supposed to tell you that. Promise you won’t say anything?
Ultimately, it’s up to us to stick together. We may be the fairer sex, but that doesn’t mean we’re not the fiercer sex. I look at my friends and sisters with admiration and love. Each and every one of them has been through so much, just because they are women. I feel proud to be a part of such a loyal group of individuals. I sleep soundly knowing that I will always be loved, and I wake up every morning appreciating the beauty that female friendships can bring. But I swear on my left tit, if I see Julia snapchatting my formal date from three years ago, I am going to end her life..