oh btw, the "ace people aren't queer" crowd can fuck right off, like, all the way off. #asexualawarenessweek
well folks. It's time. This is my favorite poem I've ever written. In fact, I got a tiny little reputation at my school for it. I hope to perform it at some slam poetry competitions someday, so you might see it online! This is the special uncut version for y'all. Please give it some love!
"To The Best-Selling Abled Authors Who Love to Write About Disability"
I FINALLY POSTED ANOTHER FUCKING POEM!!!! This one is a fun one ^^ Basically a list of all the things I could've used my Make-a-Wish on
Tomorrow I'll be posting another poem that I've been waiting to share with y'all since I started 👀
Hi Fediverse 👋
let me sum up the situation around #switchingsocial
Around September 20th, the original (anonymous) author of switching.social shut down its website and all related Social Media accounts, including mastodon 🤔
As there hasn't been any sign of life since then, I restored the website and created this new account. Right now I'm out of spare time to work on it, but that'll change in a few weeks 🙂
TIL you can get black kookaburras and they are like if a wizard turned that guy from the Cure into a bird.
I'm honestly still not sure what happened to switching.social (its translator accounts are now gone too, even though they were run by different people and seemed as confused as the rest of us), but the Web Archive did snag a snapshot of the site on September 15th, shortly before it went down. It seems to work in its entirety.
Happy 23rd friendiversary! 🎉 🎊 🥂
American dictionary Merriam-Webster has added the non-binary pronoun "they" to its vocabulary. Merriam-Webster has expanded the definition of "they" to reflect the fact that it can be "used to refer to a single person whose #genderidentity is #nonbinary". "It's an expansion of a use that is sometimes called the 'singular they'," the dictionary stated.