Hi Weider Earth! #introduction
I'm Yulran, also @Yulran
I mostly talk about my daily life as a PhD student in #physics (aka clumsy experimentalist) or slowly figuring out gender stuff. Sometimes I make #art, usually related to #rolepaying.
I boost #solarpunk and #anarchist cool things. I've always liked being the weird one so I figured here would be a nice home.
Je suis fille de toto qui milite à Montreuil,
Je suis fille de zadiste née parmi les chevreuils
Je suis fille d’antifa, grandie au syndicat
Et fille de féministe qui n’se mariera pas 🎶
(Pourquoi est-ce que je ne dors pas encoore >.<)
Hi I would love to follow more queer/trans ppl from Germany any suggestions?
Snow snow snow!!
"We must recognize, and loudly
proclaim, that every one, whatever his grade in the old society, whether strong or weak, capable or incapable, has, before everything, THE RIGHT TO LIVE, and that society is bound to share amongst all, without exception, the means of existence at its disposal. We must acknowledge this,
and proclaim it aloud, and act up to it."
-Peter Kropotkin, "The Conquest of Bread"
this morning @irgendwiejuna tooted about this cleanup project of the great pacific garbage patch in german, so if you don't speak german: it's really interesting and the link's in english:
(but the measurements are metric as the scientists are mainly dutch, thank goodness)
“The yellow vests movement in France is now shifting decisively to the left, as shown by the huge anti-capitalist bloc in Paris on the December 8. Led by prominent campaigners against police violence, The Adama Committee for Justice and Truth, it included railworkers, striking postal workers, other rank and file workers, students, migrant workers groups, important collectives such as The Rosa Parks Collective, sex workers, LGBTQ groups and many more.”
On arrive tout juste sur Mastodon, on va essayer d'être actif·ves ici, dans tous les cas on répondra à vos questions en mentions et en DM !
Pour celleux qui nous connaissent pas : on est une asso d'auto-support pour les personnes trans, on organise des permanences tous les premiers samedi du mois (sauf exception) à Rennes et de temps ailleurs en Bretagne !
On a aussi d'autres informations de contact dans notre bio
🍎 Jailbreak your iphone and hack the OS
🤖 Root and flash your android phones with custom OSes you can play with
🖥 Flash your computer's bios to show ascii art on POST
🏳️🌈 Cover everything you own in stickers and patches
⚧ Hack your endocrine system. Steal genders or cobble your own together with spare parts
Own your stuff inside and out. Customize it to make a statement, reflect your identity, or just because you can. It belongs to you and no one else. Leave your mark on it. ✊
for amab people it feels like socially, you're queer forever as soon as you fool around with boys. and for afab people, it seems like socially you're defined by who you're with at the moment.
politically I understand why the first thing is bad for amab people who are trying to figure things out and experiment. But I think the latter is more invalidating and condescending.
in conclusion, fuck the straights, join up with the queers and never look back.
Let me also tell you they have way too many 80's French songs in German bars.
Voyage voyage 🎶
Plus looooiiinnn que la nuit et le jooouuurrr
Yulran or the coming -out by computer sticker.
I went outside with my queer officemate and other colleagues tonight, and at one point when we were isolated my officemate suddenly asked me "so, are you in some kind of transition?"
I thought they had not picked the few hints I gave since we know each other, but they actually put everything together and just came to this conclusion. So now all but one of my queer friends know! Only the straights have no idea.
Well, in general, the straights have no idea.
Good morning :D
Find: Ladies and gentlemen
Replace: Enbies and gendered-friends
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It's a bit like if when you go up, you start seeing giant chemical reactions, like a form of life emerging of our infrastructures.