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Fossidarity wrote

Reading a lot about feminism lately, I hope I can apply some of it in my life.

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GrimWillow wrote

That's awesome. I find that anytime I can study feminist literature on my own, it takes the burden of education off of others around me, especially the victims of patriarchy. The authors have been kind enough to put the information in accessible formats for a caring society to perform call ins from. Call ins are gifts to everyone, ourselves especially. :)

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selver wrote

Any books in particular?

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Fossidarity wrote

Not books, zines. I had a big bundle of a lot of them so I don't know the exact names. If you want I can share them with you tonight.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

I'd also be interested, especially if you could mention a little about each.

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noordinaryspider wrote

I would be interested as well. I've been binge-reading in general, but a lot about feminism and rethinking how to best support my trans sisters and brothers as well. If I have been less than perfect in the past it is because of ignorance and that is something have the power to change.

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conservative_raddle_fan wrote

For fellow athletes. This article goes into detail about different ways to modify your practice to avoid injuries and prehab exercises I havent actually seen like hanging wrist distractions. Hope someone else finds this useful!

http://www.yuri-mar.com/blog/2017/5/1/hand-balancing-and-wrist-injuries

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conservative_raddle_fan wrote

I have tried to put it in the fitness section but it won't allow me to.

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Pop wrote

New accounts are limited to 3 posts per some period of time to prevent spamming by reactionaries

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noordinaryspider wrote

It's not a very large period of time and wasn't much of an inconvenience when I joined. In retrospect, I think it helped make those three posts count instead of just being the first thing that popped into my head in reaction to somebody else's post.

Glad to have you aboard.