My friend Cloe and I saw the video of a security guard being treated horribly by a 'talent' at Vidcon, and chose to do something other than just tweeting about it. So immediately after we saw the video, we grabbed our car, drove to Target, picked up some gift cards and chocolates, and gave them to security guards all over Vidcon. Our goal was to share the message of equality. No matter your social status or how powerful you feel you are, we are all equal. We came here by birth and will leave in death. Having more followers online does not automatically make you "better" or more "important" than another being. Beyonce is just as equal and just as human as someone who is homeless and someone with 30k followers on Instagram is just as equal and just as human as a security guard working at the ACC. Nothing lasts forever, be humble. Love always wins. More love, less hate. Never ever tell someone to kill themselves whether you're joking or not; it's not funny. Never judge someone for what they look like or how much money they make. This man had the greatest smile, bright eyes, and truly cared about his job. If he didn't care about his job, he would have just let that 'creator' into the building. I encourage anyone who is reading this to do a small act of kindness, because it's the small things that are the big things in life. Whether you give out chocolates and gift cards, compliment someone's hair, or anything like that you're still making a positive impact on this world.
#Vidcon #MoreLove 💛
PS Anaheim Convention Center if you're reading, this guy and his friend need a raise!