People who go on baby name sites
- Expecting parents
- Gamers naming their rpg characters
- Trans people looking for their real names
LOWERCASE LETTERS ARE FOR THE LOWER CLASS
and here we have a capitalist
Did you just.
let us all take a moment to appreciate that all of human history and human language and the universe itself aligned to make this joke possible
"Consensual sex" is just sex. To say that implies that there is such a thing as "non consensual sex", which there isn’t. That’s rape. That is what it needs to be called. There is only sex or rape. Do not teach people that rape is just another type of sex. They are two very separate events. You wouldn’t say "breathing swimming" and "non breathing swimming", you say swimming and drowning.
we as a society need to start talking about abusive friendships, bc those exist and seem to be really common
and most people in them dont know how do deal w the abuse bc its normally emotional abuse which.gets delegitimized, and its a platonic relationship and not a romo or sexual one, so it gets delegitimized for that too
Just a reminder that Moffat deleted his twitter because he said that bisexuals were “too busy” to be given representation and that asexuals were too boring to write for dramatic purposes as well as other things he was rightfully called out for. He could have apologized and continued right on, but he did not. Instead he whined that people were attacking him and then deleted his twitter and continued on with his problematic behavior.
I’m firmly convinced whenever fun is being had, then the best possible learning is going on.
By fun, I don’t simply mean dressing up conventional educational activities to make them palatable. What I mean is that absolutely any activity that a child finds fun – from gazing at the ceiling to watching The Simpsons – is an essential and efficient learning activity. This is a rather countercultural statement because we’ve got used to the idea that if we enjoy something it must be a distraction from learning, rather than the real thing. Conversely and unfortunately, many people feel, rather puritanically, that things that are not fun are good for us, but this totally ignores the wealth of inexplicit learning that we reap from activities that don’t normally get labeled ‘educational.’"