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🇮🇩 TIRTA GANGGA, Bali. This place is just too picturesque not to take a billion pictures! The pond had stepping stones in the middle, which lets you feed the hungry fishes, be careful not to fall in though!!
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It's great to see how the boundaries and walls that surround gender, identity and sexuality are being broken. Caster Semenya is eating up the tracks like fufu, Janelle Monae is speaking her truth, Logan February and Sam Smith identify as gender non binary these days....but how do minorities engage with the wider community, particularly with a view to educating people yet to catch on?
I understand that self-discovery and a journey to finding one's identity can be a real struggle, and I know how frustrating it is for people to still resort to the wrong nomenclature even after trying to clarify things, but I wouldn't go as far as cutting people off.
No, this is not about the prize, we have seen the 'explanation' from the organising committee (even though the energy was significantly different when a certain Nigerian magazine wrote about them a year ago, and consistency in rhetoric is key), but if 'they' keep doing this, I fear (and genuinely too) that they would end up alienating quite a number of people, who may not be the most vocal or most colourful section of the fan base, but who have a voice nonetheless.
It's OK to demand respect for your identity, and ultimately people have the right to choose who they (do not) want in their space, but I'm curious to find out if the reaction would be similar if Toni Morrison, Tracy Chapman or Michelle Obama opted for "she/her" rather than "they/them" in addressing 'them'. I would love to see what happens then.
A thriving Nigerian literary blogger got the full stick yesterday , her only crime being that she was an adoring fan who uploaded 'their' photo as the week's WCW. The block button is cute to use now and then, but I think it's possible to state how you wish to be addressed without going "full Nnedi Okoroafor" (read: douchebag) in the process. 'They' should chill, and we should have these conversations. It's so hard supporting creatives these days, these eggshells are all over the place.
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My wild betta (species still unknown) is such a cutie 😍
Thinking of naming it "Toothless" what do you guys think of the name?