I actually feel ok for a change. I’m happier, taking walks every day, not waking up anxious, and am more productive at work.
It. Feels. Abnormal. 76 more words
you should you must you will be normal and stare at women’s breasts and whistle at them on the street and hit them or rape them if they ever disagree with you and you'll say things like: “she shouldn’t have worn that” “she shouldn’t have gone out at night” “she had it coming” one day, you’ll wake up and find out, you’re normal and judge people by how they look or how they speak or where they’re from and you’ll speak in a low voice when saying things like vagina or penis or anus and you’ll think “contraceptive” is a bad word you’ll consider sex and mistake it for love you’ll think about pleasure and misplace it with reproduction (or worse, with sin) and you’ll say things like: “gay sex is disgusting” (but lesbian porn is awesome if it’s there for your own delight) “gay marriage is unnatural” (as if straight marriage were natural) “you look like a faggot dressed like that” but be careful with normality for it has sharp teeth and a sharper tongue and even sharper eyes still, one day you will think normal is natural normal is good you’ll even say: “I’m normal” and be proud but if normal means intolerant, abuser, sexist, judgemental, narrow-minded, homophobic, ignorant, real-man, stupid, unthinking, static, unquestioning, shallow, vague, racist, misogynistic, heteronormative, nonpartisan, hierarchical, usual, sheep, conformist, deformed, aggressive, macho, grey, reactionary, conservative, prejudiced, indifferent, sectarian, ungenerous, materialistic, simple, compliant, oblivious, then I want nothing to do with it. 9 more words
Why would anyone want to read about me?
It is a question I ask myself… one amongst many as I write snapshots from my daily life and memories from my past, as I share opinions and beliefs, the small adventures, the human fears… I can sort of understand the interest in the places I manage to visit, the old customs and stories of mysterious sites. 283 more words
In the first part of this blog I discussed the widespread use of sexist language and reasons and methods used to avoid it. Here I will look at biased language and stereotypes. 520 more words