i don't really feel safe in safe spaces, which is ironic, i know. i'm glad they exist now, but i grew up on the anarchic web and feel a lot more comfortable in free spaces where the rules are less "don't post x, y or z without content warnings" and more "try not to be a dickhead"

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not saying theres anything bad about needing a safe space, but you probably won't catch me hanging out there much. i need the freedom to be a disgusting idiot and not have to maintain a list of sensitive topics in my head. that's a lot of cognitive load for me

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so. following me is opt-in. promise i won't hold it against you if you need to unfollow because of something i post about. i never want to stop improving myself as a person, but please don't expect me to change for your comfort. sometimes people are just not compatible

on that note, i am thinking of pulling back from mastodon a bit because i'm really not a good fit for the community and the community is not a good fit for me. having crossposting enabled has caused me to worry a lot about the kind of stuff i post on twitter and it's been the cause of a lot of anxiety. i can't live like this.

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