raindropq

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raindropq wrote (edited )

describing someone as "neurotypical with a less-than-traumatic upbringing" sounds to me just as problematic as calling them a "normie". but yeah there is so much bigotry around everywhere these days . even using "dumb" as a slur is obviously oppressive to someone who can't talk good(or type words).tho perhaps i'm absently in the wrong forum board nest culture

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raindropq wrote

i like the human's intellectual capacity to transcending fear by way of unconditional awareness, to nurturing confidence in purpose, trust -in their responsibility to potential, affectionate relations therein.

i don't think of humanity as a normative, categorical, essential, thing-in-itself any more than elephantity. but i would assert that to merely survive behind fences or in the circuus is a Death path for the human and elephant , alike. Elephants need to hear their cousins singing and wander for hundreds of miles under stars, foraging and bumping into eachother. otherwise they become corrupted. but they are still elephants, wanting to sing and adventure with family and often making new friends / clashing. humanity is a distinct technology, upon whose keys plays the human, hopefully

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raindropq wrote (edited )

i think you might find they have legitimate ways of accomplishing such a deconstruction project. why not request a permit of the proper authority and have the fire department on sight with extinguishers and water to protect the rare trees?