I read about half of that ~lesbian cruise~ Buzzfeed article before giving up, and I def agree about needing younger + inclusive but still specifically lesbian spaces
On the other hand, I’m tired of the framing in the article and so many others like it. When a lesbian has a problem, it’s always somehow a Lesbian Problem With The Lesbian Community. Can we all just accept the fact that some of us are just messy potato people and not try and turn it into a Defining Generational Lesbian Quandary
dad STILL has worms in his brain
From tweeting “so true” at Matt Walsh’s weird generalizations about feminists, to retweeting Candace Owens, to tweeting that the amount of “litter” left after “their” rallies tells him all he needs to know about liberals, my dad’s Twitter remains a window into why I like him less and less every time he says anything
Another fun medieval European thing is how they didn’t use a lot of cotton (cotton being an expensive import compared to linen) and only knew that it came from a plant in India—“a wonderful tree which bore tiny lambs on the edges of its branches. These branches were so pliable that they bent down to allow the lambs to feed when they are hungry.”
I want to make it clear again that I don’t hate veganS even if I am openly critical of veganISM. I also don’t necessarily think that it’s more ethical to use animal products than it is to not use animal products—my problem lies with the assumption that everyone can or should go vegan, and that all animal use across all cultures is a moral failing to be corrected. If veganism isn’t a religion, it’s still definitely a form of colonialism.
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