Watching "As Above, So Below" and....ugh. It's kinda trash. Demonic, found footage with a archaeology lead that feels like someone's fanfic of National Treasure.
It's all shaky-cam adrenaline junky nonsense. It *tries* to be Flatliners at one point, but ineffectively. It all comes at the end, and too easily. With no more emotional gravitas than a teenage self-pity vlog.
And in the end, the horror doesn't *mean* anything. It's set dressing for a story written on a napkin. Trash. Just trash.
oh my GOD
the new Theatre Department Chair had a signup for a thing, and it had a field for Twitter account. Naturally, I wrote "I got banned from Twitter for yelling at terfs."
Just received this email from the department chair,,,, so I think my gambit payed off. He's now confirmed as Definitely Cool, and I'm losing my shit jfksgdfghasdfa
As we stare down the latter half of the Drupal conference season, it's a good time to ask,
"Is your conference policy equitable?"
New post, up now:
About the "nonbinary crossbow"
I designed the "nonbinary crossbow" about a year ago. I'd like to explain the meanings behind each element.
First off, there are the mirror of Venus and spear of Mars--traditional symbols of female and male identities, respectively.
But the central circle is intended to represent agender identities, and the incomplete arc to represent demi-identities.
In other words, it is my desire for this symbol to represent *all* genders or lack thereof--through the lens of trans- and nonbinary-normativity.
Chucklefish, exploitation, sexual harassment, Twitter links
These are by no means comprehensive, but if you scroll through the threads, you'll see this isn't even close to an isolated incident.
Now for the really bad stuff. The thread earns the content warnings here, so re-read them just in case
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