princessjellyfish
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princessjellyfish
Jun 12 2018
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Skyrim at least gives you the option to put it in third person, which is important because first-person camera makes me sick. Like, physically sick.

Jun 12 2018
1

Will there be an option to even put the camera like slightly behind us? First-person cameras make me vomit.

Jun 12 2018
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Nintendo, I’m your hardcore fan that doesn’t play Smash. Can you please still love me anyways? No? Okay then.

May 30 2018
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I sobbed every day for a month after that happened and I knew no one directly from the tragedy. A lot of people had that reaction. I don’t know how the NRA looked at that incident and decided that was the time to dig their heels in, but somehow that’s what they did and it worked.

May 30 2018
4

No. Not really. They gave ‘collateral’ or scandalous information beforehand so any argument at consent would be tainted by coercion.

May 28 2018
20

Did you miss how every Neville-centric plotline is about him being braver than everyone else?

May 27 2018
3

I’m not aware of this policy but I would hazard a guess that the justification is that it’s too socially reinforcing. There are absolutely people that would harm themselves to get 24/7 company - should be on a case by case basis though.

May 27 2018
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Right. I guess I was thinking more about inpatient settings where you can’t kick the person out before they’re stable. Outpatient providers should refer to appropriate (usually DBT) providers.

May 25 2018
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I also work in mental health and totally agree. I think a lot of the stigma is because people are not competent to work with it, so instead of being a professional and trying to grow, they just stigmatize the population.

May 22 2018
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For people like me, who feel sickly all the time, it’s very easy to relate to.

May 17 2018
4

He’s well-written and works great in the story but he’s also an asshole.

May 17 2018
2

Akechi love is some serious Draco in leather pants action. Boy is a monster. (Beautiful monster.)

May 8 2018
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My major criticism of the first game was that it didn’t feel personal enough for the main character soon enough. I never understood why my character would get so involved in the shenanigans. Does this game have a higher sense of stakes and motive for the main character?

May 8 2018
2

As someone else mentioned, I would put this in the sub genre of ‘crack’ fan fiction. I’ve seen lots of crack just as weird (okay, not weirder) as this. In junior high my bestie and I would pass our weirdest crack back and forth, trying to outdo each other (the writing was much worse, of course). It might be Read more

Apr 24 2018
5

I feel like I’ve encountered more people writing take-downs of Josh Whedon for the past decade but maybe that’s just because it was more of what I was seeking out. When you look at his stuff, he gets some brownie points for writing female characters with some sense of agency - but when you look past that, his Read more

Apr 24 2018
41

Joss Whedon had fem-nerds criticizing him for years. Since Buffy. There have been so many breakdowns of how his stories are problematic, long before this - we never held him up as a paragon in that regard, or at least not all of us did. It’s more a mantle he took for himself after some good buzz.

Apr 24 2018
15

That was my takeaway too. It’s nice to see women supporting other women.