(image descriptions: two passages from an essay in "Something that may Shock and Discredit You" where the author describes the feeling of being trans before you realize it as an inexplicable homesickness, and also as trying to get people of your gender to relate to you in a way that neither you nor they can recognize.)
Politics, pine don't read
@t54r4n1, to me, when they are going to get a big endorsement and is looking likely to win a seat in November's election:
Just load the images ffs
TECH: DO LESS
While I am struggling not to remark on local politics—there is *so much* that demands comment and rebuttal—it is also a tremendous relief to no longer be personally immersed and functionally a part of it.
The good people doing politics are very good, but the bad parts of it are well-resourced and relentless.
To be precise I finished my absentee ballot and now I need @t54r4n1 to
I have a #cat, Zelda.
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