He did it. He actually managed to describe how it feels to live with depression and suicidal tendencies.
this is really, really important
This reminds me of what I was discussing yesterday about needing bad with the good in relationships
ok but people who kinkshame others for having harmless kinks need to stop. what they do in the privacy of their relationship is their business, and if their actions and kinks aren’t harming anyone and both people in a relationship consent to said kink, why is it such a big deal to others? like, go worry about more important issues other than someone’s private kinks
I can’t STAND this shit. I’m still awaiting a response.
AND JEFF DOES IT AGAIN.
Forever applauding this man, and forever loving his family.
This is a simple text based game where you play as a young trans person trying to buy some underwear. I made it with the intention of showing cis people what it’s like to be trans. You can play as a trans girl, trans boy, or a nonbinary person. It’s short, so you can play it multiple times for different paths. There are several paths, some better, some worse; if you’re easily triggered by dysphoria or transphobia, you may want to avoid this game. Some paths are safer than others, depending on how well you pass (surprise, surprise). TW for homophobic/transphobic slurs, transphobia/transmisogyny, slurs, misgendering, and possible violence.
I did this just to see how relatable it was, and holy shit it was like someone put me back in the spots i was in only a year ago. My heart is racing shit.
ow… my everything hurts…
Hey all my cis followers: this is instructive. Go play it.
things that are awesome
- women wanting to be stay at home moms or housewives
- women wanting to be senators or doctors or feminism spokespersons or anything else
things that are not awesome
- women feeling like they have to be stay at home moms or housewives
- women feeling like they have to be senators or doctors or feminism spokespersons or anything else
Hey, there’s that post that needed to happen
People have offered many potential explanations for this discrepancy, but this ad highlights the importance of the social cues that push girls away from math and science in their earliest childhood years.
This is so important. Girls pay attention. Boys, if you are a brother, father, cousin of a girl, pay attention.