indoctrination meritocracy / canada/ quebec / anarchism
The only way to believe this is real is to have an lace knit understanding of the last hundred and fifty years of world history.
There's no such thing as learning about the world, just tropes and tokens and this lace knit myth of white supremacist patriarchal colonialist meritocracy and its supposed to be the ruler with which we measure our understanding of the world. High school and college "western or world" history are state approved
meritocracy /colonialism / liberalism
some far away countries who's relative poverty is completely blamed for their relative lack of might.
The wealth of the "first world' is what allows us to have the best things, but only if you work hard or are born lucky. Not being born lucky is no excuse to work hard, and those born lucky shouldn't be punished!
Beyond most who "have" are seen as deserving in or in some way rendered superior by a superior environment.
Its the religious Lib myth in Quebec
jobs / hiering / liberalism
Its my second adolescance, and im looking for a part time job.
But I have a face that's much older and all of the expectations that come with it. I always understood how youth is bought by companies. Its something we can all acknowledge while looking for a job, but suddenly, once the cash is in hand, my suburban lib counterparts are happy to tell me that some people dont WANT to, "work hard" and if they did, theyd be ok because its "better over here" there being...
This Radical Mycology book is really interesting, especially introducing new theories about the physics of water, the fourth phase shedding light on understanding micro fluid physics.
It takes just the tiniest bit of microbiology knowledge to understand, but nothing that cant be searched in google, or learnt in a basic introductory book.
I really feel instinctually that the transforming of waste into needed materials is a skill worth having. Fungus is amazing at this
Being understood and loving people through blamimg myself and hating myself as a survival mechanism.
To just understanding how people care about me see me, giving myself permission to be nice to myself.
Making friends that are actually good for me now that i like myself.
Learning how to say no.
Its like a second adolescence.
But Im my own parent.
cptsd / plurality / healing / microdose
Its a miracle im alive after the abuse ive lived through.
decompartmentalizing my past we are understanding the horrors of what we lived through in our adulthood.
The attempted murder via slow poisoning by our sadistic narcissistic ex boyfriend (yes narcissistic, im not apologizing for using this word) the alienation from people we thought were our friends.
Slowly losing touch with reality as we were slowly dying.
Slowly healing to rediscover ourselves
this is tooo hype
afro house is.. where its at
is anything more dancable than this genre? I dont think so.
sex / landlords are evil, even when theyre not your landlord
My neighbor owns a house, an extra apartment which they choose to put on air bnb, which is creating the cities first housing crisis in a century, and they wanna bang on our thin bedroom walls when im fucking and talking too late.
Fuck these parasites.
Landlords are entitled parasites
great i found one. i havent read it yet. Here's a link if anyone else is interested.
why click a pretty button when i can spend half an hour desperately searching how to run a script from terminal in order to install something?
I need to find a decent GNU linux tutorial curriculum. Im getting frustrated with myself.
I like learning, but not constantly every time i try to do something.
Politics is a team sport and the sport is Power
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