@Zazoo I think it's fucked up to have a kid, but I don't trust anyone to like manage that.

the way Ammonite is the same lesbian period drama we've seen 10000 times and im still gonna watch it lmaoooo

@tooticki this scares me... like im not afraid of some nonbinary kid on twitter but people with power are going to catch on to this rhetoric...

@medea Thinking of you... I hope you and your mother can get through this. 2020 has been an awful year but I think it's brought folks together in a way...

@goobeebee i hate discord tbh. i know for a fact the christchurch shooter frequented incel servers, and charlottesville was also organized on discord. I'm also very certain that megalinks to CP are being traded on that platform. it's such a shithole, i have no idea how bad it is. I assume it's only going to get worse as discord grows. unfortunately there are no decent alternatives that have all the features of discord. I've tried rocket chat, riot chat, telegram, etc. ive self hosted. nothing compares to this app. it's really cornering the market tbh. scares me.

@tooticki im thinkin of going on a toni binge. beloved, paradise, jazz are my goals rn

whats that adjective for a really absorbent pussy? vascuous? help me out here queens

@LouAlys I need to read The Gendered Brain! The Idiot is kind of sad tbh, unrequited love type stuff.

@goobeebee I never presented masc as a kid, but physically I was very gnc and even more so once I hit puberty. Up until 15/16, I was always taller than most boys and girls my age, I had mostly male friends in grade school, a noticeably strong jaw, and idk I was just a very goofy, obnoxious kid who would play outside all day. I don't think I was even aware that I was gnc until my body started developing and I lost that childhood androgyny. It did feel like a loss of freedom in a way, I remember being afraid of growing up, hiding my breasts in middle school, etc. I had sooooooo many friends who identified as trans but I never fell into it somehow. Like, I thought about it and read my head off about it but I never was like, "oh yeah this fits, I'm totally a dude." Because I didn't feel like a dude? I just felt like a girl on the fringe of girlhood, which is a very different thing.

there is something v unsettling about men playing out the one dimensional view they have of us irl

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troons who see sex-based discrimination as a sign they pass as women are so fucking weird lol. like i know this straight commie guy who transitioned around 16 so he passes almost perfectly as a 20-something hipster girl, but in reality he's a trad cath convert and a biotruth dudebro adfghjkl. like he thinks his brain is anatomically female and gets excited when he cooks dinner for his bf, or wears a veil in church and it's so STRANGE.

What are you guys reading? Rn I'm on The Stand, The Idiot, and My Year of Rest and Relaxation.

@goobeebee yes!!! like you will hear trans people talking about gender abolition and other ideas straight out of 70s lesbian theory. its very frustrating lmao. like how do you acknowledge that gender is confining and dysphoria-inducing for many people, then decide that the solution to this issue is to.... switch to another gender? It's so wild. It's like hopping from one prison to another prison!

Do you think gender criticism is a minority view, or most progressive women feel the way we do but hold back out of politeness.


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