What if "No, you can't help people that way!" wasn't a thing that was considered reasonable to say.
Unrelated to gender, but related to transition, unschooler culture that I grew up in was not very big on should.
We didn't really have an idea that someone 'should' be a specific way. When I describe it, while those attributes are common, they weren't enforced. It baffles me to this day when people think they "should" be a certain way. I don't know how to model that. I don't know how to predict what people will think they "should" be in a particular situation.
Trans culture has lots of should.
I don't remember.
It seems we're a society mostly without real roots or real homes. And the damage may be incalculable.
TFW you're not ready to devoke yet. . or possibly ever.
Apparently Ira Steven Behr wanted to end the series by looping back to 'Far Beyond The Stars' and saying it was all in Benny Russell's dream. I'm kind of sad they didn't go for it but I wonder how it would have changed how I felt about the world? Maybe it wouldn't have changed anything.
I'm hoping to figure out how to be an internet citizen.
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