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This is what I usually look like when I’m at the computer.
I am an opinionated, self-righteous person. I get insanely irritated when I hear loud noises. I have a high tolerance for pain, which is good, since I get migraines all the time. I am sometimes prone to bouts of unrepentant sarcasm. I am a hypochondriac who knows too much about medicine for my own good and too little to be of any use. Hopefully that will change when I become a veterinarian who writes award-winning dark fantasy novels in her spare time. Then I can obsess over my cat’s health instead of my own, and over whether or not my books can spark a global revolution.
I am passionately spiritual and political, and I love labels:
I view gender politics through a political lens: patriarchy is just one manifestation of oppression and hierarchy.
We can exist without government or hierarchy. I believe in a collective, communal approach towards a healthy socio-political system.
I oppose all forms of oppression in this world. That includes imperialism, racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and much, much more.
Our society is sick, and we cannot cure our insatiable hunger for resources and power through individual action alone.
Our study of the ecological sciences must be underpinned by a sense of ethics and political philosophy.
The term “god” is only, and can only be, referring to our incredibly complex and vast universe. Superstition and belief in the supernatural are unnecessary for feeling reverence, euphoria, or hope.
I see the whole world as alive. Each element impacts other elements; connections exist everywhere. In that sense, everything in this universe has a spirit.
It is apparent right now that existence of anything supernatural is impossible to disprove, and therefore impossible to prove. But I am open to the possibility that something exists beyond the reach of modern-day science.
I do not believe it would be rational to accept something’s existence without proof. And I most certainly don’t believe in any religion’s depiction of “god.”
Our aversion to anything “uncivilised” and “primitive” is immature. We went from being creatures who respected each other and the world, to creatures with nothing but contempt for each other and the world. If anything, we have gone backwards in that sense.
Pinko-Commie, Man-Hating, Feminazi, Treehugging Heathen
Do I need to explain this one?
Due to my strong opinions and desire to voice them regularly, my presence on the web has slowly grown, and I decided to create a website—a hub for all my randomness—before it gets too out of hand.