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Kimberly Chapman
Official Sucromancer of the Realm
Official Sucromancer of the Realm

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I am a cranky, liberal, intersectional feminist who has no time for bullshit. Do not comment with unsolicited advice, 'splaining, derailments, unnecessary pedantry, bigotry, come-ons, or other assorted crap in my space. All such comments are at risk of deletion without warning, bitingly expletive-laden retorts, and/or blocking.

I owe you nothing. Freedom of speech is not a mandate to be heard.

Now if you can behave, come on in because there's cake and snark and geeklove.

I used to have several opt-in notify circles but G+ killed that. I do not run collections because they have poor functionality that I'm not going to rehash here.

Now that G+ doesn't let me see if a given person has me in circles or not - a sure-fire way to identify drive-by trolls - and has taken away my ability to limit comments to Extended Circles, all while still failing to grant users reasonable methods of controlling trolls, I have decided to set my posts to circles only for commenting. I'm just too tired to deal with endless bigots and bullshit. I apologize if this means nice people I don't have in circles can't comment anymore, but I'm just tired of it.

In fact I'm getting really sick of G+ in general and posting on FB more ( FB is evil, but functional. G+ is broken unless you're a straight white guy.

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Much laughter ensued. Go watch.

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Yeah how come some guys are so freaked out but will watch hyper violence with more blood?!?!

My dad watched violent TV all the time but had a meltdown if he even saw the peel-away liner from pad in the bathroom trash. Srsly.

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Seriously, I made popcorn pancakes for breakfast and stuck them in my face.

#breakfast   #nothealthy   #whocares   #tasty   #popcornforbreakfast  

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If anybody else posted this and said it was a cake, I wouldn't believe them. If +Debbie Goard had posted this on April 1, I wouldn't have believed her.

Even still, even knowing how fantastic Debbie is, I am having trouble believing that this is a cake. I mean....ffs....look at it...

I am taking a plunge of faith and believing it purely because it's Debbie. But part of my brain is noping on that, saying this is a prank, this cannot be cake....



O . O

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This is fucked up. Anyone of any gender who tampers with birth control/STD prevention without the full consent of their partner(s) should be convicted of a crime. That's not okay, not ever, not even a little bit.

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We went to the London march for science today.

No, we did not meet Peter Capaldi even though he was clearly there based on post-march coverage.

But we did make some new friends so that was cool.

Am I missing something? Can we no longer block Pages? Because I just saw an asshole in a thread and I want to block his personal profile and his Page (which I always do because abusive trolls, when blocked, often come back using their pages so it's really just easiest to block every incidence of an asshole in one swoop if you can), but when I went to his Page I can't find a Block option there, just Report and Help.

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Click through to read the full thing, and pass it on. Make sure more young men read this.

Via +Simon B
Can we include this cartoon in sex ed classes? Please?

To be fair, the idea of male/female relationships as "the battle between the sexes" is not new in this generation (it grounds most of the episodes of I Love Lucy, not to mention Shakespeare, and is still the groundwork of so much TV today). While discussion of rape culture and toxic sexuality seem to make the modern era seem worse than ever, I wonder if, like recognizing racism as being wrong, what we are seeing is simply awareness of how "bros over hoes" and young men focusing on sexual scores is problematic (to put it kindly), not that it's more prevalent than elsewhen.

Anyway, click through to the full cartoon, because it's good stuff. And, frankly, the "Two Super Obvious Points" should be the core of any sexual education curriculum.
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