when children's science books can't be frank about the human body, the result is that they magnify the perception of differences between the two most common reproductive phenotypes.
"if men and women didn't have different bodies we'd die out" is just a bizarre thing to argue. you can easily find out what reproductive makeup a partner has by asking. & if humans *had* evolved only one reproductive phenotype, reproduction would still occur.
i expected cisnormativity. not weird misinformation?
i'm halfway finished with a seven-stripe butch hat for my friend! at this point i need more yarn to continue, because i don't have the yellows and brown i need.
almost finished with this lesbian hat for my friend!!
#TIL that white people have weird ideas about apples with respect to china
i took the picture for this photomanipulation last april, on a day that i bizarrely woke up feeling too dizzy to stand, so i borrowed a family member's wheelchair. the chair isn't in the picture, but i really love this picture of me because of how happy i was to be able to get around despite my being unable to stand. it was the only time I ever used a wheelchair, and it was a really positive experience.
i finally got over a block i was having in Learn Python 3 the Hard Way when i realized that a text based game (for the sole purpose of practicing what I've learned) doesn't have to make narrative sense
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