I think they mean the Trudi Canavan books?
At the moment I am reading/audiobooking Flowers For Algernon, and it's heartbreaking and written so "good" <3 And I can relate to so much of the background of it, due to my psychology studies.
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- Tue Jul 5, 13:12 2016
- Forum: Feminism
- Topic: My feminist dilemma: I like being sexually dominated
- Replies: 9
- Views: 1979
What those peeps say ^^^it's all about consent. But I do think it is good to look critically at the things we do and like (and don't do and don't like), also the stuff you do in the name of kink. I am kinky myself, and I mostly bottom, and sometimes I struggle with stereotypical womanly stuff I like...
- Tue Jul 5, 12:57 2016
- Forum: Random
- Topic: Archetypes, stereotypes and cultural appropriation
- Replies: 3
- Views: 1070
A good friend asked my perspective on this, "since you're good with that sort of social justice thing". She is going to some kind of renn-faire/fantasy- thing, and wanted to dress up as a fortune teller and walk around with tarot cards and all that jazz. "But," she said, "almost all fortune teller p...
That would be awesome! My grandparents had nightshade in their garden? So pretty...Sonic# wrote:Sudden thought based on my experience with botanical gardens -
can you grow your own poisons?
- Sun Jun 12, 22:30 2016
- Forum: Feminism
- Topic: Intersectionality, and why it's fundamentally wrong.
- Replies: 29
- Views: 8307
What's not debateable is that racism is about being superior, not hating. The hatred comes about from feeling that those that are "beneath" you recieve the same things as you, despite being lesser. This is why black racism doesn't exist. Black people can hate white people, but it's not racism when ...
Yup. B12 and D, to help with energy issues. Ha exactly this. Because I'm a vegetarian who doesn't eat a lot of dairy. Same! xD I'm vegetarian too and I'm cutting down on the dairy, becoming a vegan. Though, I haven't been taking vitamins lately. But still, I feel fine and healthy. Silly thing is, I...
- Mon May 2, 8:22 2016
- Forum: Pregnancy & Parenting
- Topic: young kids, consent and bodily autonomy
- Replies: 2
- Views: 2177
So I came across this today: a leaflet/comic about how a mom asks for consent to touch her kids body before she does anything (like puttign diaper cream on, or play little piggy with toes). I notice I completely agree with the idea, and I think it is good to do things like this (and also not force k...