It may be a while before I do it, but I'm considering moving to a new account. The reason is that I'm a long way from where I was when I made this account, which was near the end of 9th grade. I was fifteen when I joined this site. That's over half a decade worth of stupid, angsty, obsolete shit that I'm not exactly proud of and didn't necessarily mean. At the time I was, and still am, going through a lot of personal bullshit which I'll spare the details of, and took my frustrations and repressed anger out on a lot of people who didn't deserve it. It's really disappointing to look back on.
About 99% of the stuff I've ever said on this account no longer reflects how I think, and I hate feeling held to outgrown convictions. Not just the stamps, but shit I said before that too, when I was 15 to 17. I won't even talk about that, it almost feels as if somewhere on this site there's a really dumb comment I've long since forgotten about that is still out there, unhidden for all to see. It bothers the hell out of me for some reason, one of my flaws is that I internally hold unreasonable, chronic, and often petty grudges that I can never seem to let go of no matter what I tell myself or how silly I feel for holding them. It's like having a screaming tantrum-throwing toddler in your head constantly and nothing will fucking calm it down.
I'm not going to deactivate this account though, because it does have some weird sentimental value due to the amount of time I've had it. I will be winding it down gradually so I can move on with my mundane fucking life. Afterwards I might check back every now and then.
Also to clarify: despite what I've ever said about the abortion debate, I'm not a natalist or pro-procreation. Not even close. Earth itself can be shattered by an asteroid for all I care. My opinions can and do change. Maybe not overnight, but it happens. For a while I've been drifting away from the political right and towards more libertarian/autarchist sentiments. As for religion, I'll be completely honest; I abandoned my faith gradually during high school, but was in denial about it for a while, hence most of the pro-religion content here. I was in fact raised in a hardcore Christian setting, and I didn't come to terms with my apostasy until somewhat recently. However I'll keep some of the stamps up because 1) other people still seem to like and use them, 2) I don't completely disagree with every aspect of them but do wish I handled it differently, and 3) I'm a lazy hoarder and my tab bar proves it.