How old is she? You have to explain her that rape isn’t something to joke about (hell, YOU can be in serious trouble because of that kind of “joke”). You have every right to be angry.
She’s 13, so she must have hearsd this type of joke in school… Idk, at least she doesn’t use the ret*rd slur(in front of me) anymore, neither call other people autists when she doesn’t like them, and I kinda don’t know how to educate my sister. I don’t know how to explain that this type of joke is wrong, even though everybody says it. School, friends, youtube, movies… Even if I tell her it’s wrong, she’ll just say that I’m not her mom. And my mother herself doesn’t say anything(she calls me annoying sometimes, and my sister too, so I simply can’t convince them). Everything I talk about turns into “shit Emi talks about, lol so politically correct” and that’s it. I didn’t want to talk about nothing because she was in front of her friends and would get mad, so I stayed silent. Kinda regret this though
I already explained again and again and again, and I’m so tired. Maybe I should try again. At least she should understand that these kind of jokes bother me, and maybe, eventually, she’ll understand that this isn’t okay. It’s a proccess, nothing changes without some time
she said that because she thinks my face is too serious and a little creepy
I don’t understand why people feel the need to give robots gender ??????? seriously their gender is
why did i think this would be anything else
The hunter’s moon, also known as the sanguine moon, is the first full moon following the harvest moon (the full moon nearest the autumnal equinox). Here the moonlight illuminates ice crystals in the upper atmosphere to give a rainbow halo effect around the moon. This is called a lunar corona
a few days ago bf told me that a couple years ago when he played counterstrike he would respond to dudes getting angry and aggressive and hostile by saying “a kissaroo from me to you” in a slightly goofy friendly voice sort of like the voice you’d associate with a dog muppet. he said they would absolutely lose their shit every time, insisting things like “i dont want a kissaroo from you! only tall blonde girls!”. they always said kissaroo. i cant stop thinking about this
- It is very common for your dysphoria to increase after you come out to yourself.
- You may feel dysphoric after being gendered correctly. Many people have to undo years of socialization to be able to feel totally comfortable with their true gender.
- Dysphoria comes in waves and is rarely a steady constant. There will be times where you feel like you have no dysphoria at all, and times you will want to die. All of this is normal and common.
- What you are dysphoric about may differ over time. As you transition physically, your shift may focus. As you start becoming comfortable with certain aspects of your body, others become more apparent.
- There is no such thing as not dysphoric enough or not trans enough. Don’t fall into internalized transphobia by thinking that if you are okay with some things that you are not a real trans person.
Living a healthy lifestyle, staying in contact with a support network, and being around people who love you for you can greatly improve your dysphoria. Don’t be around people who trigger you or are in any way toxic to your well-being. Transitioning is about healing. Don’t let anyone force open wounds you are trying to close. Be around people who are good for you.