which ofc will be a traumatic thought to people who've grown up constantly having the reality of their experiences denied, but interpreting any challenge whatsoever to w/e system of identity they did manage to latch on as a denial of the experience they attach that system to is incredibly poor as both an ontology and a coping mechanism. 'your map is bad' doesn't mean 'the territory doesn't exist' no matter how much you've bled on that particular map
this is a joke but there is a tendency for online discussions on anything related to personal identity to collapse into this caricature of relativism where the only thing you're allowed to say is 'cis enbies who identify as natal females are valid ' or whatever. and like, maybe your identity is actually bad? maybe it rests on incorrect analysis or is ideologically motivated or commits you to a category used to exact oppression on you and other people? have you considered that
the only thing needed to stop the wheel of karma is to stop spinning it
Le drapeau poly dans les revendications de la Pride c'est borderline de la propagande et de l'infiltration masculiniste. les modalités relationnelles ne sont pas ce qui nous défini comme groupe opprimé par les normes sociales.
Après t'as les hétéros poly qui vont de dire Queer.
hi folks! =)
since I haven't released much new material since a long time, I'm taking part in the actual #21DaysofVGM challenge (run by VGM Academy) for you to enjoy small daily tunes.
let's start with this small darksynth musical idea!
Bonjour ça fait longtemps, on dit transsexuelle ou transgenre ?
This is why the #NotAllMen argument is frustrating. It absolves you of guilt on a personal level, sure, but it does nothing to address the systemic problems which cause these things in the first place.
If you're a man, whether cis or trans, or you're masc presenting enough to be read as one in public, don't just reassure yourself that this doesn't apply to you. Use your privilege to call out other shitty behaviour and dismantle oppressive systems.
Men might actually listen to you.
Aujourd’hui, c’est mon anniversaire, alors j’organise un #concours.
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what it comes down to is that what makes 'gay sex' gay isn't anything in itself nor any particular relationship to some ideal structure, but that it's not the prescribed type of sex. it's a political category
and this implies 'gay sex', however understood, will always be seen as societally less real or 'unnatural'. we can't build a model of gay sex that stands as an equal alternative to straight sex, and any attempt will just recapitulate the very systems that necessitated inventing the category in the first place
then there's the other kind of drug policy, where a drug is forced on the marginalised, as in pushing crack to black neighbourhoods or drug companies creating the opioid epidemic, and this is used as justification for 'tough on crime' (which is to say, 'tough on minorities') policies
laws create criminals — bodies which legitimised force can be applied against — and the function of drug laws is the creation of addicts
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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.