OK, new policy here. If you have no information in your profile, no common users with me, no pictures, and no posts, I'm just going to go ahead and block you without hesitation. I don't know what benefit you think you're getting out of adding me to your circle, but if we have absolutely no connection at all, I really don't care who you are, so piss off.
#cranky #random #spam
Good thing I have backups, huh?
(Also I think it helped me solve my problem, so yay!)
Personally, I think I would have stopped the visit as soon as the vet said "Yes, I know what I’m doing here. Now please step away from your dog." No, you obviously don't know what you're doing. The vet that came out and treated the dog (and patient) correctly? Yeah, that almost brought tears to my eyes. That's the right way to do things.
I agree with almost all of it, but I have to note that I do think heterosexual and cis people "coming out" can be a good thing. While it is true that these individuals aren't exactly risking anything by doing this, it does challenge the idea of straight and cis as being the default. (In other words, if you don't come out as anything else, it's safe to assume that you're straight and cis. If straight / cis people can't come out, then it only encourages this assumption of hetero- and gender- normative.)
Additionally, I think that it is fair to encourage everyone to come out, regardless of their gender or orientation. Coming out isn't just a process by which you announce this information to others, it usually involves a lot of self-reflection and consideration of your own feelings, desires, identity, and yes, assumptions we make about ourselves. Is it not valuable to us all to examine these ideas, even if the person concludes that they are straight and cis?
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