It's not impossible. I used to bullseye womp rats in my T-16 back home.
This is the funniest thing I have ever tweeted.
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20 Feb
The weirdest thing about having "socially transitioned" without realizing it is that I'm the only person to be surprised by my "coming out". πŸ€”
Even my friend who needs some time to work through her own feelings already saw this coming.
My stepdad who didn't know what "cis" meant was completely nonplussed.
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13 Feb
Next time a nondisabled person approaches me with, "I just don't understand how you're still single!", I'm going to save them the time and energy of finding out firsthand.

Allow me to explain:
I'm going to say, "look, you'll leap into this headfirst. We'll talk every day. We'll have regular Zoom dates. You'll say I'm the most interesting person you've met in a long time, that you're 'learning so much' from me, and that you never expected this sort of connection."
"I will begin to trust you. I will think that you're not going to do exactly what you actually will end up doing -- but I don't know that yet, so when my friends ask how it's going, I will stop saying, 'I dunno we'll see", and start saying, 'I'm really enjoying things.'"
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13 Feb
Woke up to several inches on snow, poked my head outside, and encountered my landlord, who had already shoveled the walks before I woke up AND talked to my neighbour about her shoveling again this afternoon because he was concerned about me in this weather. 😭
Of* snow
He's lovely. He definitely looks out for me and keeps my rent below market rate. (I'm not paying his mortgage; it's the home he grew up in and his dad willed it to my landlord's daughter's when he passed, so they just wanted a trustworthy tenant who would take care of the space.)
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11 Feb
Good morning from this cat who snuggled me awake. Finn, a lynx-point cat, snu...
(It translated into dreaming about encountering a very persistent mountain lion.)
And now good morning from those tiny teefs. 😍 Finn, having changed positi...
Read 4 tweets
8 Feb
I have questions for "low-risk" folks who use "mental health" to justify making choices that raise the risk to already high-risk folks:

Have you considered how your actions impact the mental health of the ppl you are endangering?
Have you ever thought about what it feels like to learn that ppl simply can't be bothered to protect your life?

Have you even once wondered what it feels like to be labeled collateral damage or dismissed as an expected loss?

Have you thought about that mental health toll?!
Be honest: do you really care about mental health or do you prioritize your own convenience, entertainment, and/or horniness over other ppls lives?

Do you "need" to make these choices or do you simply feel entitled not to develop the necessary coping skills?
Read 5 tweets
2 Feb
Growing up neurodivergent means I've been conditioned to assume that whatever brings me joy will be viewed as embarrassingly uncool or unbearably obnoxious.
It has taken me so long to realize that my joy is valid and valuable and, well, fuck "the haters"; they're not entitled to it.
@NaomiAnsano brought up the really good point that this dynamic extends beyond what we love to how and how much we love something. Not okay.
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