She: The Woman I’m Forced To Call My Mother

Life Ruiner-in-Chief

My mother literally ruined my life. She took away my father, made me a latchkey child, abused me, allowed other people to abuse me, and never showed me love.

I often wondered as a kid why she had children. She wasn’t equipped to handle them. My dad told me he told my mother prior to getting married at the very young age 20 that…

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I live to make White Supremacy unhappy. Racism isn’t nice, so don’t expect nice here. Buy Merch | www.marleyk.net/merch | Follow me on Twitter | @MarleyK20 |

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Marley K.

Marley K.

I live to make White Supremacy unhappy. Racism isn’t nice, so don’t expect nice here. Buy Merch | www.marleyk.net/merch | Follow me on Twitter | @MarleyK20 |

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