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princessjellyfish
6/12/18
5:55 PM
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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.

6/12/18
5:54 PM
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Will there be an option to even put the camera like slightly behind us? First-person cameras make me vomit.

6/12/18
2:30 PM
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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.

6/4/18
4:13 PM
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It is the complete opposite of a safe word. That’s why it’s not consent.

5/30/18
5:28 PM
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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.

5/30/18
5:21 PM
4

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

5/28/18
8:00 PM
20

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

5/27/18
4:16 PM
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.

5/27/18
4:14 PM
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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.

5/25/18
12:06 PM
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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.

5/22/18
3:18 PM
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For people like me, who feel sickly all the time, it’s very easy to relate to.

5/17/18
12:49 PM
4

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

5/17/18
12:48 PM
2

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

5/8/18
10:12 PM
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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?

5/8/18
10:05 PM
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

4/24/18
3:26 PM
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

4/24/18
1:34 PM
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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.

4/24/18
1:24 PM
15

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