but why have dragongirls and dragonboys when you can have dragons and more dragons?
I hear it a lot from black trans people (mostly neighbors and lesbian groups) here in Philadelphia, from all generations. I'd never say it, because it's not my place to, but I don't think it'd cause any offense.
So I think it could definitely be reclaimed, but it may also just languish (partially because racism like a lot of black dialect stuff).
@a_breakin_glass do you want powershell? that's how you get powershell
I ask myself that every day
as individuals it's impossible for all of us to go through every single piece of art that's ever been put out to find what we enjoy, so we trust others to do it for us. as always with delegation, it doesn't really address people with little power or influence
in other words, the problem with exposure for small artists is the same problem as with democracy in general (and many other systems)
just thinking about that spongebob scene: "the smaaaallest you can think of!"
"a job at the krusty krab?"
you say that like you stopped wiggling at some point
@Gargron ed is the standard text editor
Some techy nerdy butch lesbian dragoness, 26F. Mono and single.
Pantheist of some sort.
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