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catbreon · 5 minutes
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Need to sit under a girls desk and do some shit that will have her shake like those boomers pretending that Pfizer is giving them seizures
You can just ask to suck my dick if that's what you want, damn
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catbreon · 1 hour
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I love when someone sends a Tumblr post over discord and the embed just highlights their blog title like:
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catbreon · 2 hours
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catbreon · 2 hours
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Since the Christian Hegemony and Cultural Christianity Disk Horse is going around again:
For the record, y’all, using the term “culturally Christian” is not a personal attack. No one is calling a specific person a Christian, no one is insinuating that someone who has left Christianity is still practicing the Christian faith. It’s a term used to define various peoples’ relationships to Christian hegemony and its accompanying axes of power.
That’s it. That’s all it’s about.
*I* have to unlearn facets of cultural Christianity. Even though I’m not, and have never been, a Christian. Even though I was actively raised in and remain member of an utterly non-Christian ethnoreligion. Even though I have been harmed by members of the Christian faith. I was raised in a Christian hegemonic society and so I’ve had to unlearn Christian norms and still have to pushback in my own mind against culturally Christian assumptions.
Which is deeply frustrating sometimes, I’m not gonna lie.
It’s not an attack to say that someone is culturally Christian or has internalized cultural Christianity/Christian hegemony. It’s not calling any particular person a member of the Christian religion. It’s not saying former Christians are somehow “tainted” by their prior (often involuntary) associations with organized Christianity.
It’s recognizing that in a society built based on Christian norms the average person is going to be influenced by said norms, and we can’t understand or deconstruct that situation or rectify the oppression it engenders or harms it causes if we don’t talk about it.
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catbreon · 3 hours
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Shout out to this tiny yet crucial error on an otherwise actually very informative post about myths about tax returns and the IRS
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catbreon · 4 hours
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catbreon · 4 hours
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ABE LOOK OUT
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catbreon · 5 hours
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scream crying . happy chanukah to these guys specifically
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catbreon · 5 hours
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Sabía que piedra ganaba siempre
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catbreon · 6 hours
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Knife Condemned To Week Inside Saran-Wrapped Brownie Pan
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catbreon · 6 hours
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last night I had a dream where like every notable metal band that you could imagine was coming together to make the traveling wilburys of metal (that's what they called themselves) and like the first statement they put out was "YES, we will all be dying in a plane crash like the big bopper. stop asking us"
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catbreon · 7 hours
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wow you’re such a responsible stuffed animal owner (turned on)
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catbreon · 7 hours
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If you’re worried about child genital mutilation- don’t focus on trans kids. They aren’t having surgery on their genitals. You know which infants, toddlers, and children are having genital surgery? Intersex children born with “abnormal” genitalia. If you’re against genital surgery on a child you should be against that too.
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catbreon · 8 hours
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https://mobile.twitter.com/lynnepeskoeyang/status/1616446182104137731?s=46&t=TIUFvp8ALbcwmcK7hJV0Yg
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catbreon · 8 hours
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"Walkable city" is not "City where to have to walk everywhere."
"Walkable city" is.
Sidewalks big enough to fit you, your stroller, your wheelchair, your guide dog, or anything else you need when you're getting from one place to another.
Safe crosswalks frequent enough so you don't need to walk in traffic.
Bike lanes to keep bikes out of foot traffic and car traffic.
Accessible and affordable public transit.
Cities where the essentials are close enough you can travel on foot (or in wheelchair)
Cities where it's reasonable to be able to get from point a to point b without requiring you, yourself, to drive
People get so caught up in the "Walkable" part of the term and like to spout "Walkable cities are abelist because not everyone can walk".
Bitch. The modern city structure is abelist because not everyone can drive. And classist because not everyone can afford a car and it's pretty damn impossible to get a job if you don't have a car.
Walkable cities are cities where people can reasonably get from pointA to pointB without requiring a motor vehicle.
"But fae. Disabled people have issues using the paths in modern cities." Bitch abled people can barely use the paths in modern cities. That's kind of the fucking problem.
Also walkable cities have fucking benches. Not only for disabled people. But sometimes you just twist your ankle and need to sit for a moment.
"Put fae. If you have benches, homeless people will sleep on them."
Then get fucking housing for the homeless. Problem solved. They'll sleep in their nice warm homes instead of on the benches.
-fae
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