Hi everyone, I'm Rumil, a (trans) guy who happens to study cs. My hobbies include sleeping, screaming at my computer and writing (fantasy/scifi).
I'm very interested in worldbuilding and tend to lose myself into the physical details of a planet instead of ... you know, plot things.
Also I'm bad at introductions, so ... if you have any questions, feel free to ask :)
While my mental health is better than before, I was noticing that there's nothing I really like or care about anymore.
Nothing that sparks my passion, nothing I can do hour long talks about, nothing that makes me want to acquire new knowledge and skills but... Well, there's stuff to be angry at and stuff that's missing in my life, so this year is going to be about finding what I can and want to do and actually getting my lazy ass out of bed.
Harry potter + white supremacy.
I can't get over how much Harry Potter is about liberal white supremacy. No one in the books ever presents muggles as equal. They just debate about whether you should enslave and kill them, or keep them in their own country. The liberals will take muggle born kids who have the white I mean wizard spirit, and will try and be kind to the poor broken squibs, but don't try and challenge the system. The only wizard who likes muggles fetishizes them. Wild
mh-, shitty life decisions, dysphoria
Note to self: shopping can ruin your week.
I mean I could have known better than trying to get stuff I hate getting anyway in a time when my relationship to my body is broken, but... Well, I did and I've had better ideas. Maybe I should just stay in my bed for the rest of the year.
What does it tell about me that I'm really considering this?
Other advantages would be messing with transphobes.
"That's not your real name!"
Also people don't hate me and invited me to attend their events again, so ... Nice boost of my self esteem!
too confused for labels, what's going on, how do humans work?
trans, loves bad jokes, does computer stuff.
has no idea what he's doing most of the time.
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