do you ever notice something in your life that makes you say "if my life is a novel, that's really good writing"
there's a busted clock in the back room at work. it's completely stopped, but 60 times a minute, the second hand still ticks. it moves a bit, but not enough to make it over the initial resistance of the tick mechanism, so it falls back down into the same position it started in
it tries, and appears to make some progress, but never actually ends up getting anywhere
what a perfect metaphor for working here
possible homomisic language question, lewd oral mention, childish insults (not slurs)
if I say something 'sucks' as like, wow that's hard/bad/difficult, is that disparaging people who, yknow, suck dicks? because stereotypically those people are gay and I wonder if it's similar to using 'gay' as an insult
Disgusting: [NERD PROPERTY] Fans Are Boycotting Because It Features Some [MARGINALIZED PEOPLE] *TEMPLATE*
i'm glad i now never have to read one of these ever again
Your experiences of oppression for being nonbinary are real and important.
People may want to say that your oppression is imaginary. Yet, you still must suffer with the very real consequences of this supposed "fantasy" despite what they believe.
Your experience holds more truth than their wishful thinking.