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- bubba: furphobic
- loli_esports: Ban for yt theme (bipoc theme erasure)
Apparently the journo whined about being harassed online only weeks ago - https://www.foxnews.com/media/msnbc-taylor-lorenz-kate-sosin-online-harassment.amp
Libs of tiktok is a rightoid ragebait page sharing mostly videos of
groomers LGBT Youth Advocates and Educators that they posted themselves on tiktok.
Naturally a wpost journofoid is displeased and published a hitpiece (just an hour ago)
“It’s been shaping public policy in a real way, and affecting teachers’ ability to feel safe in their classrooms.”
“The role I’ve seen this account playing is finding new characters for right-wing propaganda,” said Gillian Branstetter, a media strategist for the ACLU. “It’s relying on the endless stream of content from TikTok and the Internet to cast any individual trans person as a new villain in their story.”
How can you oppose our grooming
I’ve read the article (lol not really) and the journo never explains why reposting public videos of insane people outside their hugbox is a bad thing.
reposting videos out of context
Yeah outside the “context” of an audience of trains those videos are outrageous to anyone.
Make sure to check out the comments below the article
Probably fake news
“What’s an Abortion, Anyway?” is a book for kids about abortion care that is gender inclusive, medically accurate, and age-appropriate. Written by
Mar (they/them) is a brown genderqueer cultural worker and full-spectrum doula. Under the name Emulsify, they create art that helps them heal, learn, advocate, and imagine new worlds. They believe all art is powerful and political. M lives in Brooklyn with their wife and spends a lot of time creating while snuggling their pups. Through their work, M has made incredible friendships, learned from brilliant peers, and found their home.
Carly Manes (she/her) is a white, queer, Jewish () full-spectrum doula from New York. She has always believed that young people deserve transparency when it comes to information about their sexual health and bodies. Carly has been a practicing abortion doula for over six years, supporting over 2,000 individuals during their in-clinic procedures. She loves the beach, chicken tenders, and her communities. She lives with her partner Mo and their playful pitbull Mickey.
"That is why we wrote “What’s an Abortion, Anyway?”. Our intention is for this book to be a starting point - just one initial resource for parents, caretakers, and those wanting to talk to the young people in their lives about abortion care. As you’ll discover in the book’s text, the language used is devoid of gender or a traditional narrative arc due to the expansive, complex nature of abortion care. To use a traditional narrative arc would be to erase the millions of individual stories and reasons that people seek abortion care. It is important to us that this book does not perpetuate the ideology that there “good” reasons or “bad” reasons to have an abortion."
"This book is dedicated to anyone who has ever had or will ever have an abortion(s)."
CM: It’s important to talk about abortion with kids because it’s a part of life. Abortion is just one of many pregnancy outcomes. If we believe in talking to kids about birth and miscarriage, then we also must talk to them about abortion. When we don’t, we are inherently placing a value judgment on it as taboo, which increases stigma. If we don’t talk to the kids in our lives about abortion, someone else will. Because abortion is so politicized, it’s important that we talk about it from our values and answer kids questions honestly and with compassion.
CM: It’s definitely been a journey. We believe one of the reasons that publishers and agents didn’t want to publish our book was because they didn’t understand why our book didn’t use the word “women.” Mar and I weren’t willing to compromise our values or invisibilize the many people who do not identify as women that have abortions. There wasn’t much of a process that went into ensuring it was digestible for folks outside of the LGBTQIA+ community. Mar and I are both a part of that community, and this book is for us and our people. I hope that our book brings an awareness and normalization to abortion being a part of life for all people with the capacity to carry a pregnancy.
I'm not even gonna add commentary. This shit makes me sick. fucking americans
The patrreon for hexbear says
"Our goal is to demonstrate that community-funded and worker-owned technology can scale and maintain itself. We have created a platform that isn't powered by selling ourselves and our community to advertisers.
Donations go towards active hosting costs and also building up a runway so we can afford to add better infrastructure and stability. If the support is there, we also really want to formally create a worker-owned tech cooperative so some members of the team can do this full time."
And their patreon + some other crowdfunding site seems to net $100 a month. I'm not sure how much our paypigs give but I'm betting it's higher. This literal nazi chudsite demonstrates their principles better than them
Of course its a train
I don't know the context of your work so I can't say to what effect you were categorizing genders. Maybe it was in some backend spreadsheet, used only for research. I can understand that. But if you put a form in front of me that asks if my gender is "trans-female" but not "female" I'm going to feel exposed, even offended.
Patch note in question
TAKE OFF THE FCKN MASKS - Next time you're at the grocery store, try showing a woman your face. Be confident, unafraid of the LIES -- you might get a girlfriend. Women like confidence. Women don't like dudes who cover their faces in fear. What are you afraid of? Getting laid? Grow up.
they ccall this boomer take incel lmao. I never tire of steam comments.
dev join in on the r-sluration
Unless YOU'RE suggesting that the mask mandates were political in nature rather than medical or scientific, what was political about our patch notes?
Nobody is forcing you to read the patch notes. There are tyrants forcing you to wear a mask, though. Your priorities are ♥♥♥♥♥♥.