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tired: writing fan fiction because you love the source material so much and it's a way to connect to it long after you've finished the content
wired: writing fan fiction because canon SUCKS and needs to BURN

I personally prefer the perspective of Norman Erikson Pasaribu and Tiffany Tsao's "Does a face need a mask?", which unlike Toni Pollard's view doesn't view Indonesian pronouns as a hindrance but rather a "gift from the language".

aaww.org/does-a-face-need-a-ma

The essay closes with:
"I want all of us to be more open in the way we read. I want us to include people with nonbinary life experiences whenever we are facing a text. I want us to acknowledge the vulnerability of our languages."

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queer Indonesian literature, pronouns!!!, nonbinary erasure, heteronormativity (2/2) 

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queer Indonesian literature, pronouns!!!, nonbinary erasure, heteronormativity (1/2) 

It's incredible thinking how many of us stand on the shoulders of giants who make free software.

TIL computational origami is a thing. I'm so excited!!!!!!!!!

Haga's theorems are some of the most beautiful things I've ever seen.

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