I'm Kail.
A lot of the time, you'll catch me in a daze because I'm not entirely sure where I'm at, in life, right now. I like simple things yet I never find myself to be entirely satisfied. I find joy in helping other people, I like to donate & I'm working on the 'go green' thing.

I can honestly say I do not regret anything I've ever done in my life because at one point it made me happy. I've learned so much about who I am in the last 2 years. & I know looking back I could have done things differently but I also know that I wouldn't be where I am today if it wasn't for all the choices I've made. I'm learning to let go of things that won't matter a week from today. Life is too short to hold grudges and be unhappy. My life continues to be an emotional rollercoaster but I'm doing my best for everything I've got. My son is my motivation. I go to school & work. I'm doing everything I have to in order to achieve all my goals. After being a part of 16 & Pregnant & Teen Mom I've learned to not judge people the way I used to. & I'm also learning not to care about the negative things people say. People will talk about me no matter how much I am in the public eye.

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NOH8

Maybe I’m late, but this morning I get online and find out that North Carolina voted to ban gay marriages.

I’m frustrated, more than frustrated by this. It blows my mind how people can vote to essentially ban people from being happy. Because SOME people don’t agree with gay relationships North Carolina as a whole bans gay residents that happiness of marriage?

“Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.” -Abraham Lincoln

I’m not gay, but I have no right to tell someone else they can’t marry whoever they love. This is 2012, accept diversity already.

I did some research and I’m shocked by the 61% of residents who backed up the amendment. There are tons of things people don’t agree with but that doesn’t mean we’re going to change the law to suit everyone’s desires.

This topic really hits home for me. Because this is not an “issue”, these are people voting on other people’s PERSONAL lives. Not only do I have friends who are gay, but family too. And knowing them as people, real human beings, has helped me become more open minded to so many things. But the point is, they are STILL PEOPLE, WITH REAL FEELINGS. Same sex couples should not be denied their right to happiness and freedom because other people voted for it…

Just another random fact:

The last time North Carolina put an Amendment regarding marriage in their Constitution was 1875, when they banned interracial marriage.

I think this fact alone says enough about many people in North Carolina.

You DON’T have to agree with me on this matter, but that’s what’s so great about America. We’re all entitled to our own opinions, own beliefs & we should have the right to love whoever we love.

One last thought- We don’t vote on heterosexual marriages & “rules” and “regulations” heterosexual couples need to follow so WHY should straight people get to vote on what GAY people can & can’t do?!


  1. misha-the-antichrist answered: change.org/petitio…
  2. iamrenaldo reblogged this from kailynlowry
  3. iamrenaldo answered: WELL SAID KAIL!
  4. incaseigothereeveryday answered: agreed!!
  5. forlornprincess answered: I live in NC(unfortunately) and I voted against amendment one. When I found out it passed my heart was broken and I have been on a rampage!
  6. taylorroundpoint reblogged this from kailynlowry
  7. samanthacharlton answered: Stated so perfectly :) #acceptdiversityalready
  8. mcgmommy answered: Obviously it is more than just “SOME people”. Voting is based on majority, majority of NC voted in favor of the bill.
  9. twolittlewhos answered: Amendment 1 also limits rights of non-married individuals against domestic violence claims, and those who co-parent but aren’t married.
  10. samuelrivera answered: Gay couples can vote on Straight marrige….they just wont win 61% is a big majority, North Carolina has made its choice, the right one BTW.
  11. wigge answered: Could not have said it better myself! Totally agree.
  12. lestrangebeauty answered: you tell them Kail! They finally legalized it in New York! I agree with you 100%
  13. 0hitsamazing reblogged this from kailynlowry
  14. bobbibrooke answered: I promise we arent all closed minded here. This was the first time I could vote and I used it to vote against the amendment!!
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