lunas specto

I think most of what makes me uncomfortable on Tumblr boils down to folks saying or implying I think I’m pretty accepting, but we all have to draw the line at [otherkin/transabled people/demisexual people/&c.]. And I find myself thinking, Do we really?

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    do it for the oppression points!
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    people who are ‘trans-abled’ without an actual body integrity disorder, just want to win oppression olympics and are...
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    The sign of decay is wanton acceptance, and trans-abled is nothing but people wanting to make themselves disabled. Get...
  8. dickassrobots reblogged this from lunasspecto and added:
    Short answer, yes. Longer answer, yes, why are you even asking this question? Moving on.
  9. i-was-a-teenage-potato reblogged this from lunasspecto and added:
    Yes it is important to accept people. However, as human beings were allowed to have opinions.
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    I feel like normally I would agree with the original poster (that we have to draw the line somewhere), but when you put...
  11. goat--milk reblogged this from lunasspecto and added:
    Good point. It’s just…We like to have things ordered, to have things make sense.
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  18. demisexuality reblogged this from lunasspecto and added:
    I just made a similar post last night.
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