LAV SLUR*++ · @APslur

23rd Jan 2020 from TwitLonger

An explanation and apology

I want to be as transparent as possible but keep this brief.
I have changed as a person, I do NOT believe in anything I said 2 years+ ago. I am not the same person now as I was back then, and anybody (and I genuinely mean anybody) I have worked with in the past two years can vouch for my change as a person. However, I'm rightfully being held accountable for my own actions. I'm sorry. I know words I said before were disgusting and vulgar, but I wouldn't even think about saying those things now. In fact, it disgusts me when I see others treat random people they don't even know with such disrespect. I was going through incredible amounts of trauma back when I was acting so 'toxic' and disrespectful online - I guess I used the internet as a way of 'venting' out my anger, grief, frustration and depression at the time. I'm sorry, but I can't talk about this publicly. It's one of the reasons I hid it. I would like to take the time to apologise to those I have upset or offended. If anybody is in a similar situation to me now, please reach out. You can even reach out to me (discord: pqpq#2135) if you need somebody to talk to. It always helps to talk to someone. That's something I struggled with in the past - as soon as I opened up, I became a better person.
Also just for clarity: "slur" has no correlation to the discriminatory term. The tag was a way of describing how I felt at the time, slow, heavy (= "slurred", shortened to slur, also related to one of my favourite songs at the time). I will however be changing it, as I don't want people to connote it to discrimination.
I believe actions speak louder than words and that's why I haven't spoken. Sorry to everyone I've disappointed.

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