The fifth annual Gender Census is now open until 1st March 2018!
It's for anyone whose genders (or lack thereof) aren't described by the M/F binary. It's pretty short and easy, and the results are useful in academia, business, and self-advocacy.
How to maintain a social life without Facebook https://diasp.org/posts/f6f814f0ee410135fe9b047d7b62795e
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so today I'm taking quick pictures of all the artworks I'm putting on sale and information about each one. I'll only be able to ship to US. I'm going to be putting everything up on my kofi account since it doesn't charge to have them posted (side eyes at my closed etsy shop)
I'm in DESPERATE need for a money boost at the moment so I can maybe have some cushion this month. It'd take 77$ just to reopen my bank account.
I will post links here and on my twitter o'course.
We need less gravelly-voiced, grizzled 30-something male antiheroes in games and more gravelly-voiced, grizzled 30-something tired-of-this-bullshit female heroes
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Seeing folks in my TLs tonight rejoicing the Doug Jones victory, & they should! But rhetoric like "tonight voters said no to bigotry" & similar exultations seem so disingenuous when this election has come down to a margin of 1-2%.
That's not decisive at all. That's not bucking systemic oppression. That's a narrow win against a party that will fight harder next time to oppress its opponents.
I guess I just find it hard to be so ecstatic & hopeful when 50% said yes to bigotry.
I dunno, all those assholes who shat on me doing a Patreon because it's the only way I could do something different: now they use it to do the fucking samiest least risky shit imaginable. Here's a video about a game I like. Here's a couple people talking about some games for a while. ok great sure
I'm just mad because I remember the beginning of Patreon: it was the last resort of the poor or marginalised artist. And we were made to feel like scum for asking to be paid directly for our work. Which is how it works offline! It's not revolutionary in ANY way.
I once saw someone say that pixel art was the first truly masculine art form and to this day I carry my great grandmothers cross stitch sampler around with me so that in case I ever meet that person I can throw it at them