like I would hope my account is safe for enby people because I'm one of them. us. :P
@Kasil Generally, if you're not posting anything offensive towards or targeting in particular (in this case) non-binary folks then it can be inferred that your account might be safe. Another way to tell is if your own opinions are dismissive of non-binary identities (as in you believe there are only two genders) or gate-keep, then your account might not be safe after all.
I put this out there to see who would boost it so I could find folks to chat with or befriend.
@EpicMiscreant I like to think that I don't, and I hope that reality matches with what I think.
In the end, I guess it all fall back on good intentions + actions taken if a mistake happens.
In general, I try to be an ally, but I've read so many stories of "allies" who caused more harm than helped...
I can't guarantee that. If someone is nonbinary and is a huge asshole, I couldn't care less about them and we probably wouldn't be good friends, but if they're really interesting, then surely we'd get along just fine! ✌️
That rule kind of applies to everyone I meet. The rules don't change for someone's identity, religion, or political stance. 👌 💖
@azmarobi There are plenty of those on Twitter, lol. So much gate-keeping there and each group saying they suffer more than the other. The big thing that bothered me was that, yes, statistically there are more cases of violence or murder of trans women. However, some take this to mean that trans men have privilege and don't suffer as much. I call bullshit on that.
@azmarobi I know, right?! Trans women are not the only ones getting beat up in bathrooms or pretty much anywhere else. I mean cishet men are NOT cool with trans men taking male space, taking male privilege, taking the girls away from them. Like can we all stop bitching and just support each other? I mean think about the amazing things we could do if were united across the line (including women- inclusive of course) and used our numbers? We'd be INVINCIBLE.