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'Portrait of a Cyberpunk: J.C. Ogilvie Port Operations Control Room' I'm not sure I *nailed* this one yet, I may do a few more iterations.

#MastoArt #fediart #conceptart #scifiart #worldbuilding #cyberpunk #blender3d

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*sits down at desk, takes sip of coffee*

“computer, generate dj mix:
jungle transforming like a love in the pit of your stomach::5 gabber heavy like a stone on the ocean floor::1 trance like a figure from a half-remembered dream::3 --len 3000 --bpm 130 200 --s 1000”

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new cryptid: person who can do two things in a day

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Friendly reminder that you are not immune to propaganda, manipulation, or persuasion.

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HEY PALS OUR NEW SINGLE IS OUT :blobrainbow: :blobrainbow: :blobrainbow:

watch 'The Way You Want' on youtube: youtu.be/wynjpMVsEbw

get it on bandcamp: powderpaint.bandcamp.com/track

plus it's also on spotify and all the other places!! we worked really hard on this and are super excited for you to see it :3 thank you SO MUCH for your support :heart_trans:

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Hell yeah this extremely on brand tank top just came in the mail

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trans thoughts, online personas (long) 

One thing the internet has really helped with is establishing online personas for trans ppl.

For cis people, anonymous internet IDs are imaginary personas that we use to live in a make believe world.

For me, as a closeted trans person, I think it's the opposite: The physical world gave us an undesired physical persona that we cannot control, the internet allows us to create virtual personas where we can really be ourselves.

When I see trans people online, these are their real selves. Our online personas ARE us.

The average cis person may think "it's a dude playing a girl", but after experiencing what is it to be trans, I can no longer see it that way.

When I see trans people online, their online aliases feel way more real than their physical counterparts. I see a trans girl, I imagine her voice, her appearance to match their profile picture, and somehow... it clicks.

This is who they really are, and I can only hope that they find the means to bring that ideal to life, through surgery, hormones, etc.

So, thank you for this one, internet. For giving us a space where we can really be.

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Heyo, friends! I maintain a list of space opera novels by cisgender women, trans, and non-binary authors. Suggest works via the link, & share with everyone who might find it of use!

You can find the list right here:

docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d

Enjoy!

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Allez hop... C'est le moment de répliquer le disque de backup vers le disque secondaire.

Au fait, vous avez pensé à faire vos backups ?

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Started painting my starter box with this Shadow Hawk mech from the Kell Hounds mercenary company.

Thankfully, the heat have ceased so I could finish this couple of kitbashed Word Bearers Apothicaries for my Horus Heresy legion 🙏

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The Alan Turing Institute gets it.
BTW, if you don't know who Alan Turing is, do yourself a favor & look him up right now!

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du coup pour résumer pour les français.e.s: la variole du singe c'est pas une IST, c'est transmissible par contact direct ou indirect de la peau (toucher les mêmes surfaces, réutiliser des draps/vêtements, se tenir la main, etc), par goutelettes aérosoles respiratoires, etc

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Someone on the net called crypto forums 'techbro tupperware parties' and I can't stop giggling about it. (Blame it on heat damage)
Still: With tupperware you'll at least end up with long lasting and often useful design objects.

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Eldritch Café

Une instance se voulant accueillante pour les personnes queers, féministes et anarchistes ainsi que pour leurs sympathisant·e·s. Nous sommes principalement francophones, mais vous êtes les bienvenu·e·s quelle que soit votre langue.

A welcoming instance for queer, feminist and anarchist people as well as their sympathizers. We are mainly French-speaking people, but you are welcome whatever your language might be.