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And here's a trans pride Star Trek flag I made. Again, steal and use as you see fit!

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Everything I post is written in good faith.

If I'm being snarky or sarcastic, it's toward the powerful and bigoted.

If you think I'm calling you out, it's 99.999% likely that I am not and I just wrote something lame without realizing it.

We don't have to be the same or even particularly similar for me to like you.

I will never try to make you feel guilty for feeling down.

I spent the evening flirting with my wife I had the best day of anyone.

Food poll 

@Louisa the greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world they had twice as many eggs

Hoping to switch over to queer.party, apparently they need to review people before they let you switch over.

family stuff, trauma 

It really messed with my head growing up that my teachers seemed to like me a lot and treat me as one of the good kids, and then I'd go home and I couldn't do anything right and my parents treated me like a problem child.

To this day I have a hard time judging my own worth and behavior. Like, objectively I know I'm not a bad person, but emotionally I struggle with it.

Alright, there's no denying it anymore, I definitely am showing signs of developing hips. 💜

I'm not one who's usually prone to making bad decisions, but when I do, I make up for lost time in a big way.

Don't get me wrong, if someone well-intentioned has overlooked something truly meaningful that could make their post harmful or wrong, try to give them a friendly nudge in the right direction! But that's not what I'm talking about here.

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Drives me up a wall when I see someone make a clearly good-faith, well-intentioned post on the birdsite, and then others parachute in to nitpick and denigrate the OP for not taking into account every conceivable scenario where their post could be misinterpreted.

I get a kick out of far-future interstellar science fiction where humans have lost the memory of Earth.

It's an interesting parallel to today's cultures that lost the memory of Africa as the origin of humanity.

Writing a scathing review of this 5 hours of sleep

personal injury, burns 

Welp, I've now got blisters on the pads of both thumbs and one index finger. The rest of this move should go great.

Is it too late to become a fan of Brody Dalle? Because I'm considering it.

According to imdb, one of the Spartans in the Halo TV show, @katekenners@twitter.com, is 6'3" (1.75m)

As a 6'3" trans woman I cannot tell you how happy it makes me.

Apartment hunting is just all criminals now, from scammers to invasive luxury apartments with pools to landlords

Trying to cook and eat everything in the freezer so we don't have to throw anything away when we move.

As the great philosopher Ian Anderson once asked, where the hell was Biggles when you needed him last Saturday?

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As the great philosopher Ian Anderson once noted, nothing is easy.

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