as an american, what is with american bread? why is it all spongy and soft and sweet and crustless? why is everything pre-sliced? why is impossible to find good crusty french bread outside of a big city? why do grocery stores dedicate a whole aisle to shelves of nearly identical spongy white breads? why is black bread so rare? is there a meaningful difference between a standard loaf of white american bread and a loaf of american brioche?
if I were in an analytical mindset, and I am, I might say that this usage is an attempt, whether conscious or not, to make LGBTQ people other. to treat them not only as lesser, but entirely different
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It's easy to become desensitised to this now that "hottest temperature ever recorded" and "severe wildfires" have become news items we hear twice a year.
Do not become desensitised.
is this biden's pokemon go to the polls moment
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Anarchy is good.
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