on 2010-06-14 04:55 am (UTC)
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Posted by [personal profile] minna
I remember that whole blog drama, and it was SO SURREAL. Like her screen had a magical bug that made everything you said disappear or something.

I understand and often share that curiosity in those situations (which is mostly about my own epic obliviousness to subtlety and wanting to make sure I'm doing the same shitty thing but nobody fucking owes me an education, especially not when they're already recounting something that was personally painful and especially not when sharing the particulars leads to such massive mountains of bullshit. Talk about epic fucking entitlement.

WHY THEY GOTTA FAIL AT 101 SHIT :( WHY :( :(

(yay you're writing again yaaay \o/)
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A 20-something fat, queer woman of colour living in Australia.

Reading: Fond of speculative and YA fiction, social justice theory in various forms. Would love to see more rounded fat/queer/female/of colour (and multiples of the above) characters in fiction.

Writing: Sometimes blogs at Hoyden About Town, dabbles in fiction now and then, hoping to find her creativity again.

Watching: Fond of sci-fi/fantasy television, with a strange weakness for cop shows. Would love to see more rounded fat/queer/female/of colour (and multiples of the above) characters on television.