Tag Archives: ableism

Problems with the trigger warning debate //on being triggered// ableist attitudes about mental health in activist movements

Trigger Warning: explicit mentions of sexual assault, suicide, addiction, domestic violence & other potentially triggering content Trigger Warning specifically for cousins and aunts on my mom’s side: If you are reading this, you might not want to read the middle section … Continue reading

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Commentary on the Gluten-free ‘Fad’ & Derailing (part 3/conclusion)

Context: Extraordinarily presumptuous people (unintentionally) continuing to be irritating as hell and assert that gluten free is a ‘fad’, derailing explanations to the contrary, and continuing to assert that nothing they’ve said has been the least bit offensive.  Parts 1 … Continue reading

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Response to condemnations of gluten free ‘fad’ part two

  Continued…. Unfortunately there still seems to be some confusion about this whole matter. I will try once again to explain it as clearly as I possibly can.  I genuinely do want you to get this.  That’s why I’m taking … Continue reading

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To those lamenting the gluten free ‘fad’. READ THIS.

In response to all those out there lamenting the gluten-free ‘fad’…. Shut the fuck up. That’s the main thing.  Just shut the fuck up.  You’re being an asshole. Now that that’s out of the way, sit the fuck down, and … Continue reading

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