Yesterday, I read a news article about how an Australian man prevented a young woman from being attacked as she was walking home from the train station in the very early hours of the morning. Which makes that man amazing, by the way, and should be a lesson for everyone: Don’t turn a blind eye. You literally can make … Continue reading How To Stay Safe: A Fool-Proof Guide To Avoid Being Raped and Murdered
A friend of mine saw the picture below on Facebook and asked for my opinion.
The bottom part may be hard to read so here is what it says:
basically, any sexuality other than pansexual is cissexist, transphobic and shallow. Most women who claim they are “lesbians” (ughhh) DO NOT include women with penises or beards when they say they like women. Most men who claim they are “gay” would NEVER date a guy with a vagina.
Let me give you an example: If someone says “I only date white women” everyone would call them a racist for excluding women of color, but if the same person says “I only date cis women”, nobody calls them a transphobe and it’s no big deal they exclude trans women. That’s was a cis supremacist society does to your head. In reality, transphobia is a much bigger problem than racism. If you’re willing…
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Like with climate change and vaccines, some facts that I inevitably have to write really piss me the fuck off, because seriously, are some of you really that obtuse? And yet, without failure, there’s always someone there to remind me that the word is really filled with people that lack common sense and need the most basic things explained. … Continue reading Carla’s Facts to Consider Number One: No, The Government Doesn’t Owe You A Wife
Whilst I’ve generally come to the conclusion that I am unable to work full-time for the time being – and maybe never work full-time again – it’s a statement I’ve truly gotten tired of hearing. Ha! See that? I made a terrible pun. It’s not even the fact that I’m tired all the time – … Continue reading “But You’re Always Tired!”
I suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, endometriosis, fibro, and IBS. On top of these three ‘invisible’ illnesses, I also suffer from two mental illnesses: clinical depression and a severe anxiety disorder (brought on by a traumatic experience). As a result, I constantly hear the words: “But you don’t look sick.” Sometimes I’m sure it’s meant … Continue reading “But You Don’t Look Sick!”