Comrades, forgive me if I’m too tired from doing a buncha emotional labor at my work and in my hobbit life to pull together right now all of your answers to your questions.
The patterns and the dark patterns are apparent, though.
Define the hurt of punching not by hierarchy, but by pain felt, and you can identify who gets hurt the most.
Don’t be afraid to reject Betteridge paradoxes in all of their forms.
Defining “cool” by " though shalt not" maximizes for fidelity of exclusion. It does not help us draw new mutants in, let alone help them to be better justice jedis.
Don’t be afraid to reject the framing of what’s cool and what’s not cool.
Don’t be afraid to reverse the polarity if you want to attract more instead of repel better. Break down more walls than you build.
Perhaps we should be talking about mutant rights to help demarcate inclusion, instead of mutant rules to help us better keep the unwashed out.
I’m happy this thread has near 100 replies in one day.
I’m sad that during that time people are violating Wheaton’s law in the lounge.
Where were you when Rome burned?
I’ve not yet shared my conclusions. SOON.