KaraThraceAndHerSpecialDestiny
melicious79
1/18/20
4:10 PM
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every time you deny your true feelings, do you die a little inside?  sounds like you do.  so many trump fans are such cowards they won’t even publicly own that they like trump because they know people will rightly judge them for it.  it’s so transparent and pathetic.  but even though you deny your feelings, you still Read more

12/31/19
7:39 PM
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if you are a person with a disability who has lived with the fear of ‘caregivers’ giving up and murdering you, you definitely have EVERY RIGHT to judge this bullshit for what it is--MURDER.

12/31/19
7:37 PM
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those of us who are disabled who are on forums for people with disabilities have heard these murder stories so many times before.  we are tired of being asked to sympathise with people who murder us.

12/31/19
7:30 PM
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as a disabled person who participates in forums for disabled people we hear a lot of stories about people murdering the disabled because they “can’t handle it anymore”--if you can’t handle it, that doesn’t give you the right to end the other person’s life, it in no way justifies murdering them.  we are always asked to Read more

12/31/19
7:29 PM
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being a person who is disabled is all the experience i need to know about the potential selfishness and violence of “caregivers” when they reach their limit, thanks.  we are always told we need to have sympathy for the caregivers, never for the disabled people they murdered.  fuck that.

12/31/19
7:27 PM
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yeah on forums for people with disabilities we talk about these murders and how the stories covering them are always about the feelings of the killer and not the lived experience and feelings of the victim.  i’m tired of being told i need to have sympathy for people who murder the disabled.  fuck them and their Read more

11/22/19
8:13 PM
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not always. it’s usually when people start to become aware that they are “losing time” and some people react to them like they are different people that they start to become aware of the alters and seek help, usually to start “re-integration”.

11/22/19
7:57 PM
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it’s the most common cause of DID (dissociative identity disorder, which is what elliot has), so it was no surprise but very realistic.