explanation of why you should DM me if you follow-request me
1. i can't seem to make my phone notify me when i receive a follow request.
2. unless you demonstrate to me that you're a real person and that your aim isn't malicious, I'm not approving your follow request. i take great comfort in having the power to approve or deny follow requests. i've had a lot of hatefollowers and stalkers elsewhere and i don't want any more.
emojos i gone and done
Things I can help with
- trans and nonbinary information & resources
- German language (if you're a beginner. I'm at an intermediate level)
- helping you figure out if you're #ActuallyAutistic or have #ADHD or both
- sharing books from my ebook hoard (YA fiction, #StarTrek TOS novels, Baby-Sitters Club, python, java, web development, trans fiction and nonfiction, lgbt studies, American history)
- offering gentle headpats when you're sad
[YES, PLEASE BOOST]
“Elle is a Black trans woman based in Seattle raising funds for FFS procedures. Elle has been a committed and shining member of SeaTac's ballroom community, as well as working in non-profit and trans advocacy.”
the heating pad the mice destroyed was a pretty pastel rainbow and I miss it
Piss off some nerds
"But it's not historically accurate!"
1) You think people didn't travel 500 years ago?
2) That aside, it's a universe where immortals fight each other and explosively eat the souls of their enemies. Get a grip.
household pests, unsanitary
mice used the grain filling of my favorite heating pad as food and nesting material, so i had to sterilize my entire desk last night.
there's nothing quite as demoralizing as sweeping hundreds of mouse poops off your own desk after mice destroyed your favorite heating pad
new star trek animated series
i saw that there's a new star trek animated series but its creator is the creator of rick and morty. so i don't have high hopes for it being imbued with the spirit of commentary on important issues and goofy non-edgelord humor.
star trek is by no means without deep flaws or badly executed commentary that backfired, but the writers from the beginning were at least trying to fight injustice?
has anyone here watched it? are my worries unfounded?
Stay-at-home parent, autistic, trans, bi, ace, converting to Judaism. Send a DM about yourself if you request to follow (I will not see it otherwise).
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