Tag Archives: science fiction

Self Esteem Through SciFi

being afraid of women is a choice. sexuality is not. https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/13/politics/mike-pence-gay-rights-1990s/index.html Mike Pence argued homosexuality was ‘a choice’ or ‘learned behavior’ during 1990s fight against LGBT rights ordinance – CNNPoliticsVice President Mike Pence once argued that homosexuality was a choice … Continue reading

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Star Wars: White vs Lesbians Debate

The right can’t decide if Star Wars is pro-lesbian or pro-white propaganda Nina Trygg  Science Fiction’s Human Centric is subtext of white, so if one sides with the Empire it is. but, if one sides with the diversity of rebels, … Continue reading

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How to best honor Carrie Fisher

end the stigma of mental illness because that’s on the normal people, eh? Enjoy and don’t take things too seriously. End a fascism regime dangerously unqualified http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2016/12/28/tyler-oakley-nailed-exactly-why-we-should-be-anxious-of-the-trump-presidency/ Tyler Oakley nailed exactly why we should be anxious of the Trump presidency … Continue reading

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Fragmented Fiction: Found Files

    Coffee.   Coffee and bacon.   The scent was heavy in the air. Damn, now the fresh bread smell. I was late.   I sat up, stretched, letting the smells permeate my brain and make my stomach rumble. … Continue reading

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Web 2.0:Provided Content to Being It

In the early web, it was the US military and US universities, plus Canada’s. The early Bulletin Boards, MUDS and BBSs. After data, it was porn. Text porn.   Geek Culture is not like mainstream heterosexual culture. For one thing, … Continue reading

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Rules of Writing: Writer’s Groups

Writers are the most paranoid, mistrustful, suspicious group to talk to,  they also have to have a rejection proof hide. It is challenging to be in writer’s groups and each genre and demographics has it’s own quirks. The main groups … Continue reading

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Kryten vs Crichton

Red Dwarf’s Mechanoid Service Droid Kryten was faithful to his original crew until rescued by the Dwarfers. Kryten learned to become anti-social and modify his programming, ethical mode canceled and once, he even became a real human.   Androids and … Continue reading

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