Cyberpunk 2077 has a ton of hype surrounding it, but its transphobic elements cannot be ignored. Here's what players are saying.
This is a really comprehensive look at the transphobia in Cyberpunk 2077, and its place in contemporary commercial gaming culture’s transphobia.
I call the cat I live with Igmú. After learning that’s her name, people ask “Oh? Interesting name, does it mean anything?” and I say “Yes, it’s the Lakota word for cat.” and they go “Oh are you Lakota?” and I say “Yup” and they say… something awful, yup.
Hey y’all; I’ve seen a lot of posts today about people concerned about the future of their housing, as we get closer to the eviction moratorium ending. I just want to share that I’ve lived in housing, I’ve lived sleeping on city benches, I’ve lived in tents deep in the “wilderness.”
The biggest threat to your long-term and immediate survival is a lack of imagination. Stay childlike; stay evergreen, and you might meet these threats well-enough to meet the next.
Just added a labor listing to my ISO page, I’ve some extra basket splint. If someone’s interested in using them, you’re welcome to them; I’d like to ask you keep the resultant baskets outside of Collaborator relationships, though.
My friend Jude has been adding to a public list of books they recommend this year; check it out!
My friend just listed some printable art on one of their Web shops – check it out!