Faolinbean wrote

That's the same dude who messaged me randomly telling me to die lol


Faolinbean wrote

I'd like to, but it would be easier for me to write something in response to specific questions than a guide bc i wouldn't know where to start


Faolinbean wrote

It wouldn't be tactically wise, why would you go to an action where your enemy has set - scratch that, straight up made up - the terms

imo it's better if they're roaming the streets with guns looking for us and we're all off barbecuing or something


Faolinbean wrote (edited )

In American popular English, "You guys" is a standard term for refering to a group of people, regardless of gender (identity).

You don't need a degree in feminism to realize that's a problem.

What would you suggest I use then?

You, you all, ya'll, folks, everybody, comrades

is it SO hard to imagine a language that doesn't put men at the epicenter of the world that you literally can't think of any other term to use?