pedestrianism is an ecological issue; in a car society (and where public transit does not empower the pedestrian), the impracticality of pedestrianism is an economic pressure towards pollution and dependence on fossil fuels. pedestrianism is an economic issue; anti-pedestrian municipal and private development is a tool of gentrification, and the role a fence pays in segregation is so much more than symbolic.
@MuffMacGuff I’m doing p well so far
Baby stuff, masculinity, lactation, some Judaism
When I was a kid we had a male Rabbi with a new baby and he was v involved in raising the baby - enough so that it was a Hilarious Joke in our shul to suggest that he wanted to nurse the baby. The first time I heard that joke I remember thinking “yeah, sounds dope. I wish I could nurse a baby” well we got one on the way and I still totally wish I could nurse. This whole fucking process is amazing.
somebody asked me "have you seen the new movie yet?" and I sorta guardedly said "I have never seen a new movie in my life" and she continued "so you don't mind if I spoil it?" and I sat in baffled silence until her partner said "do you mean Endgame?"
(that is, indeed, what The New Movie was)
at which point I said, "if possible I would choose to know less about the Avengers"
@MuffMacGuff tired and sweaty af rn
Generalistic and moderated instance.