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Solutions to Toxic Masculinity

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“It is up to to decolonize and question masculinity.” — Amy Quichiz


This is a quote I pulled from an article on the “men are trash” movement.

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I hate how my brain works

Be warned: this is the kind of personal post that I dislike reading on other people’s blogs. However, in the spirit of anxiety relief via “I didn’t know other people felt that way,” I’m going to post it anyway. 773 more words

Talking To Y'all About Real-life Things

to dive deep or to set sail

Our minds are self-molding marvels, always in search of shapes to emulate, to meld together, to make meaning of.

Have you ever been on the edge of running water, feeling your thoughts become fluid and fast, or on the shore, feeling yourself dissolve ? 1,302 more words



ETHICALLY SPEAKING, I’M PRETTY much all over the place.

I would never admit it to anyone, especially not to my old ethics professor, but my ethics often depends on my mood. 1,578 more words


Thought Experiment

Let’s think of this thought experiment. Bill and Bob are two identical twins, They both are very very ill in in two very different ways. Bob’s body is dying but his brain in healthy, Bill’s brain is dying but his body is healthy. 157 more words

Thought Experiments

Thought Experiment

Let’s think about this ridiculous, impossible thought experiment, as the presenter puts it. Imagine that you have a complete list of every FACT about the universe, every single fact about every star, every planet, every proton, every neutron, every dog, every house, every piece of information that is known about the entire universe. 410 more words

Thought Experiments

The Problem With the Trolley Problem

Clang, clang, clang went the trolley. Ding, ding, ding went the bell.
“The Trolley Song”, from Meet Me In St. Louis (1944)

THE PHILOSOPHER Albert Camus famously said there is one philosophical question. 1,337 more words