Just a reminder that you’re whole without someone else. You are not a fraction. You’re a complete master piece all by yourself & you do not need anyone else to validate your existence.
I just found out what fictionkin was and I’m struggling to take it in.
I guess it’s a valid identity for people but I literally don’t know what to say.
friendly reminder that ╮(─▽─)╭
we*boo is a slur (◡‿◡✿)
it dehumanizes otherkin who identify as fictional characters from japanese cartoons (anime) (⇀‸↼‶)
dont call me a we*boo im a FICTIVEKIN who happens to identify as someone who speaks japanese (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻
how much yall gotta hate minorities to believe this kinda shit huh
(all self diagnosed)
goodbye. good. bye.
Lets do an experiment: reblog if you would feel safer hanging out with trans women (regardless of what genitals they currently posses) than Cis women who are transphobic and deny trans women’s obvious womanhood.
Kind of glad that the dairy article ended with, ‘Still, the safest best would be to skip the dairy altogether.’ and mentions the word ‘vegans’.
It’s giving people the option to go vegan or be more conscious about how they eat, which is actually lots better than, ‘Sucks that there’s no alternative to this cruelty, oh well….’
This also makes it easier to tell ourselves that we’re doing nothing wrong.
Children in school were taught in the days of colonialism that it is was okay to invade and conquer foreign nations because they were not as smart as them, that they needed help, it was okay because they were less than human.
That’s obviously really fucked up.
Yet a similar mindset is being spread about non-human animals that are bred for their produce.
I do not know how many times I’ve heard meat-eating justified because animals aren’t as smart as us, don’t measure up to humans, or we’re helping them because without us they would over-populate or wouldn’t know how to exist independently.
Not to mention the adverts that promote misleading information and steer clear from the gruesome truth of the situation because they wouldn’t make any money otherwise.
As with both situations, it was all about money over compassion and that is still the way that companies choose to live their lives.
But wait, humans need to eat animals, without it we will die, right? C’mon now.
I know people think they’re doing a good job by going, ‘We need to treat these animals better by giving them more space and making sure they’re cared for before we kill and eat them.’ But…..that’s a bit fucked up?
Surely people can see why that’s fucked up.
Would you say you were doing right by opting to loosen a captive’s handcuffs rather than set them free?
Baffles me sometimes how people are like ‘vegans are so extreme’ because apparently supporting this sick industry is better and makes more sense, than wanting to abolish it.