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My medieval servant boy has gone missing. I’ll just use Google to see if I can find him.
I still say this was hilarious fuck you guys
Ok real talk
when people say shit about straight/white/cis ect it’s often because of the shit they’ve had to live with or what people they know have experienced
and by saying “Wow I hate straight people” it’s not “Wow I hate you”
It’s “Wow I really hate that straight people have the privilege to go about their days normally and never have people think they’re less of a person because they’re straight. I really hate that many of them are too ignorant about my lifestyle and throw hate at me for it. I’ve been through a lot of shit. Let me take a sigh and talk about my oppression.”
But “I hate straight people” is a lot easier to say.
"Heterophobia" and the like don’t exist because you’re not oppressed daily. You’re not denied jobs, kicked out of stores, watched, yelled at, bullied, banned from church, disowned by your family because of your straightness or whiteness or cisness
I’m so tired of “don’t fight hate with hate” please stop putting your hurt feelings over the lives of people who are actually oppressed. This isn’t a difficult concept.
Remember, your problems are easily fixed by tumblr savior or turning off your ask box, Mine are with me every time I step outside.
Let me try and express my feelings about posts like this with a metaphor.
It is less serious to kick a random stranger in the shins than it is to break their spine. If you kick someone in the shins, they’ll likely just wince, possibly develop a bruise, and go on with their day (albeit rather annoyed with you). If you break someone’s spine, the best-case scenario you’re looking at is an extensive course of surgery and painful physical therapy, if they manage to walk again; worst-case scenario, you may have killed them. There’s no question as to which is more serious, which is the worse thing to do to someone, and which is going to have a lasting adverse affect on the person’s life. If you’re arguing that the person who got kicked has it equally as bad as the person who got their spine broken, you really need to rethink a few things.
That still doesn’t mean you should kick a random stranger in the shins.
Occasionally I just watch my fingers as I type and I’m like, You know what, this is whack. I can move my fingers to fairly accurate positions in a very repeatable and rapid fashion, in such a way that it closes and opens a switch that sends an electrical signal to a magical electrical box that changes the coloration of a few pixels on the magical screen in such a way that is representative of the graphical representation of my native language.
And then you use a different keyboard and find yourself making a shitload of typos because the keys are juuuuust slightly away from where they usually are.
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