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Maya Posch
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+Maya Posch Thank you for the clarification!
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At times I feel the same. I also have PTSD, and Depression from childhood surgeries and procedures i did not need or want, but I combat them by education both my own and I give lectures and work shops at colleges and health conferences'. I also help others through being the New England Director of Organization Intersex International oii-usa.org
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China ran into the same issue which caused Germany to heavily limit new wind power expansion: a destabilising grid. Expanding the grid to efficiently distribute the heavily irregularly generated power from renewables is a slow and very expensive process. Due to this limitation, wind power expansion in both China and Germany seems to have hit a limit.

Focus in China will now shift to other sources, like nuclear, in which China is one of the biggest investors in the world.
China shut down numerous wind turbines because much of the new electricity was wasted, causing serious damage to the country's electrical grid. China has poured more than $80 billion building
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The Long Read: On the day after the referendum, many Britons woke up feeling that the country had changed overnight. But this was a disaster decades in the making
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Money quote: During the campaign, our departure from the EU had many proud and pushy parents. In victory it is an orphan.
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nevermind...you answered my question...have a great day!
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I had to go through a lot of failed surgeries when I was growing up to try to "correct" Hypospadias which did not need fixing. I kept it inside eating away that one day I just had to let it all go. Now I live happier.
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Related donation link for my crowdfunding campaign: https://www.gofundme.com/zufd2yh8
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Thanks, guys :)

Related donation link for my crowdfunding campaign: https://www.gofundme.com/zufd2yh8
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Going at it alone as a nation is so passée. Witness the glorious dawn of the African Union, as its nations band together to compete in this global market and solve social issues.

It's somewhat like reverse colonisation. In that regard Britain making itself even more irrelevant seems strangely fitting.
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Helpless. That's how folks feel. What they are is clueless: how to help a human. I don't know either. If there were a potted plant in need of water then water would be easy. If a bug is injured beyond repair then a foot would be forthcoming. If a dog needs an operation it gets one while people go without. But when the suffering cry out... then what... what is there to be done? Ask for help they say but who knows the art of healing broken flesh? Healing. Tears. Comfort. Safety. Where are these things at all, and where are they just for the asking. Someone wiser than I answer, and not with platitudes. Because I have asked and gotten only burdens, stones. Please, no more stones. Platitudes make the loneliness more stark and less bearable. Put up or shut up. Make the pain bearable somehow. But failing that then OK, platitudes, let them rain down. That's better than silence. No this isn't rational. That's the point really I guess.
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Always so joyful when Christians insist that homosexuality is 'the rejection of God' and that the homosexual 'lifestyle' is punishable by death.

Much worse is that these lunatics have access to our children.
Evangelical Christian churches are using some New South Wales schools to preach homophobic messages, SBS can reveal. Recordings of sermons obtained by SBS include teachings that the punishment for gay sex is death, marriage and sex is between a man and a woman only, and that the gay "lifestyle" is "unhappy".
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Software engineer
Skills
C/C++, Java, PHP, SQL, Ada, VHDL, embedded & hardware development. Full resume on personal site.
Employment
  • Synyx
    Developer, 2013 - present
    Android, iOS, Java & C++ developer.
  • Nyanko
    Software Engineer, 2006 - present
    Co-founder and developer, artist, 3D modeller, etc. etc.
  • VARA
    Senior Developer, 2012 - 2013
    Senior backend developer.
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Currently
Karlsruhe, Germany
Previously
Almere, Netherlands - Rijssen, Netherlands - Sijbekarspel, Netherlands - Hoorn, Netherlands - Waterloo-Kitchener, Canada - Zaandam, Netherlands - Mosjøen, Norway
Story
Tagline
Just a crazy geek girl~
Introduction
I'm a software/hardware engineer, full-time geek, science junkie, and generally grew up with computers, technology and Star Trek. I love creating the most fantastic software and games. I have a photographic memory and tend to bore people with trivia at any chance :)

I'm also a hermaphrodite, basically a twin in a single body. This has really determined my life, due to being born in the conservative Netherlands where I have had to fight off countless attempts to brainwash me into accepting major normalization surgery to make me 'normal'. See Wikipedia for 'intersex', which is the major category of which hermaphroditism is part.

I'm looking for the fun & sunny side of life, even after suffering PTSD and various other traumatic disorders as a result of the persecution and discrimination I suffered in the Netherlands for just being who and what I am.

In 2013 I fled to Germany where I currently live and work. I also hope to finally get the medical attention I need here.
Bragging rights
Survived over 10 years so far of persecution and discrimination for being intersex.
Education
  • Saxion
    Applied Informatics, 2005 - 2006
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Female
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Friends, Networking
Other names
Elledan, hackkitten, Maya-sama