I've been thinking a lot lately about what it means to be a Faunus in this world. We're treated like second-class citizens, discriminated against at every turn. It's not fair, and it's not right.

People look at us like we're less than human, just because we have animal characteristics. They judge us based on stereotypes and assumptions, instead of getting to know who we really are.

I hate the way society is set up to keep us down, to make sure that we never have the same opportunities as everyone else. It feels like no matter how hard I try, I'll always be held back by my faunus heritage.

But despite all of that, I'm proud of who I am. My cat ears and tail aren't something to be ashamed of – they're a part of me that makes me unique and special.

My friends mean everything to me – they see past my faunus traits and treat me like any other person. They give me hope that maybe one day things will change for the better.

Sometimes I wish I could just curl up in a ball somewhere and forget about all the discrimination and hatred in the world. But then I remember that staying silent won't do anything to bring about change.

So here I am, speaking out against injustice wherever I see it. Standing up for myself and others like me who deserve better treatment from society.

It's exhausting sometimes, fighting against a system that seems so determined to keep us down. But if there's one thing being a faunus has taught me, it's resilience – never giving up even when things seem impossible.

I may be tired from staying up late studying or dealing with ignorant people throughout the day... but deep down inside there is still fire burning within me -a determination- waiting for someone (maybe you) willing enough join hands with fellow humans along side Faunas alike towards creating societies where everybody can thrive without fear or prejudice!