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Our society draws strict lines about who you “should” or “shouldn’t” be – and in a lot of ways, it’s just like an abuser’s gaslighting. Here are a few ways that’s happening, and why these ideas are wrong about you.
It’s great to get media representation of people outside the gender binary. But when all of it represents a narrow view of androgyny (looking like Ruby Rose), something’s missing. Here’s why it’s a problem.
If you think it’s “just a movie” when horror movies use asylum tropes, you need to read this author’s account on how these tropes have a very real, very scary impact on mentally disabled and neurodivergent folks.
Did you know there’s a term for what can make folks with anxiety, autism, ADHD, or OCD unable to get things done? It’s not about being “lazy” – here’s what you need to know about what’s really going on.