Aparently, this question is getting asked more and more often nowadays, so let me put in my two cents worth. Are polyamorists part of LGBTQ+? And I don't mean those who, like myself, are both pansexual and poly, or both trans and poly, because of course we are. I mean: does polyamory itself make you part of the community?
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I'm not kidding, everyone should have pronouns in their bio. Yes, even if you're cis. Yes, even if you're famous and everyone knows your gender already.
Nie żartuję, każdy powinien mieć zaimki w bio. Tak, nawet jeśli jesteś cis. Tak, nawet jeśli jesteś sławnx i każdy już zna twoją płeć.
I keep running away from Polish homophobia. Geographically, I've left five years ago. But online? I'm trying not to read the news, not to engage with homophobes on Twitter, I'm unfollowing Polish accounts…
But I can't keep it up. The extent of queerphobic hatred, especially recently, is terrifying. I can't just idly watch my queer siblings suffer.
“A” in LGBTQIA+ stands for asexual, aromantic & agender – not for “ally”.
Being an ally is not a gender / sexual / romantic minority.
Being an ally is just basic human decency.
LGBTQ+ does work. We go together, hand in hand. We fight for each other's rights. It's the “T” who threw the first bricks in Stonewall.
Blabbing about “separate issues” is just you trying to mask that you're EMBARRASSED to be associated with trans people.
It's transphobia 🙄
If you humiliate and discriminate others, I'm here to tell you I know your little secret: you think you're worthless, and you know you're too lazy to do anything about it.
Yes, of course the only person responible for a rape is the rapist – they're a criminal and should be severely punished. I'm in no way defending them, nor am I victim-shaming the victims. At most, I'm culture-shaming our culture.
With that said: other than chasing the perpetrators, there's also a big cultural change we need to make, if we want to reduce the number of rapes...
Polszczyzna, jak każdy żywy język, nieustannie się zmienia i ewoluuje.
W kwestii inkluywności płciowej obserwujemy na przykład trend powrotu do używania feminatywów. I choć jest to świetne dla reprezentacji kobiet w przestrzeni publicznej, to do neutralnej płciowo polszczyzny jeszcze daleka droga.
Osobom niebinarnym ciężko jest się odnaleźć w binarnym do bólu języku polskim.
This post is not about gays. It's about maths.
It's a very common trope in movies and series: people wondering whether, and when, and how they should say “I love you” for the first time to someone they're dating... people worrying about saying it too early, about the other person not saying it back...
But what if we stopped making such a big deal out of it?
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