homophobia, clause 28 Show more
There was an interesting generational divide, too. For the older interviewer, libraries were a microcosm where you could trace the presence of queer people in the world, however faintly. For Kieth Jarrett, growing up under Clause 28, those traces were mostly erased and his first openly gay texts were in Spanish, at university.
nonbinary trans rant Show more
also, since i have the kind of gender you don't get from a doctor, and maybe *you* don't either, i wanna say that
- you don't always KNOW
- The Narrative is bullshit
- experimentation is valid
- you do know yourself best
- gatekeeping is bullshit
- accessible transitional options should be a medical right
- all trans people are magical creachers no matter what they look like
food, cooking Show more
Macedoine of cherries, plums, and apricots because there was a lot soft fruit in the organic box this week.
I was just looking at the pictures from my home town's first ever Pride event that took place today.
When I was growing up there, it was always Manchester. Manchester was where you want for anything LGBT, it wasn't even dreamed of that there'd be anything queer in our town.
I'm a little tearful seeing all the flags up and rainbows in the streets where I grew up, especially knowing that the organisers had to fight against local religious interests (including the MP) to get it organised.
this “z-axis conductive tape” is absolute witchcraft and I want a roll of the stuff https://www.adafruit.com/product/1656
it’s double-sided tape which is conductive only from one side to the other, conductivity is not present along the length or width of the tape!
Older. Trans. She/her.
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