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feministism · 6 months ago
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jes12321 · 4 months ago
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dontmean2bepoliticalbut · 4 months ago
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feministtalks · a year ago
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queerism1969 · 4 days ago
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prideknights · a year ago
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A robust ego is able to welcome new perspectives, learn, adapt and change. The fact that LGBTQ people are humans deserving of equal rights does not threaten their identity.
A fragile ego, however, crumbles when confronted with anything that opposes its worldviews.
Maturity is curiosity; wanting to learn for the sake of growth, looking to understand experiences that are not our own, finding answers and becoming a better person.
Being willing to shatter the pillars of one's own worldviews to accept humanity in its plurality is a symbol of strength and wisdom.
LGBTQ people will keep on living and striving - the world will follow, and the fragile egos will either adapt or be left behind in the dust of our strides towards a brighter future.
It's the survival of the fittest. The homophobes won't make it.
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cryptid-witch-of-the-moss · 2 months ago
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a-moment-captured · 3 months ago
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If you think overturning Roe vs Wade was a win today, from the bottom of my heart, go fuck yourself.
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junk-drop · a year ago
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Hateful comments will be deleted :)
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mimi-0007 · a month ago
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feministism · 10 months ago
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video credits: @officalwehustle on tiktok
Housing Crisis PT. 1
Please watch this video. It’s deeply devastating to see so many people unable to afford a home. A PLACE TO LIVE! I cannot imagine how lonesome, terrifying, and utterly dehumanizing it would be for someone if they had no place to go.
We have the resources, yet choose to not “give handouts to people who don’t work for them.” Well, newsflash: not everyone can afford to live, regardless of how hard they work and how much effort they put into find job opportunities.
It will always be immoral to condone homelessness and starvation when there is the ability to prevent it. Keep this in mind when millions are at risk of losing their jobs, homes, lives.
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patheticlittleman46 · 29 days ago
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Share this and your own information.
We need to put a stop to this.
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dontmean2bepoliticalbut · 3 months ago
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feministtalks · a year ago
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squadleaderchase · 3 months ago
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DO NOT USE STARDUST
Stardust is being listed as a safe period/fertility tracker IT IS NOT.
End to end encryption is great in the moment you are inputting data, but the data is still stored on a database with Stardust. This means the government can show up and request the data.
"but, the data is encrypted in the database!"
Okay, but who has the decryption ability? Stardust. Who can the government get it from if they get the warrent? Stardust.
Not only that, but Stardust claims an "encryption wall". This doesn't exist, it's not a real term. The cyber security teams who have built modern encryptions don't even know what this is supposed to mean and that is HIGHLY SUSPECT AND MISLEADING.
Stardust is marketed to sound great unless you know cyber security and how computers work.
Many people in the information security field are trying to raise awareness. Feel free to look into this thread with Kenn White, a HUGE cryptography and encryption name, and other cyber security people, essentially saying if data is stored off the device, E2EE (end to end encryption) is useless. (They tend to use acronyms, so Google is your friend)
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ALTERNATIVE PERIOD TRACKERS?
Drip:
Yes, awful name, but Drip is built so the creators never have your data, only your phone has your data.
The code is open source, which means you can look at all the code yourself through the gitlab link. It means this is just code you can use on your phone, NOT a company storing data or making money. It is made to let you track safely. This is their privacy policy
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You can even lock the app so it can be double password protected.
Why does this work instead of Stardust? Drip never had your data. If the government gets a warrent to collect your data from Drip, drip has nothing on you.
At the moment Drip (since it is so new in response to Roe v Wade), is only on Android BUT has a notification sign up as they plan to release on Apple soon. PLEASE take a look, it is on the app store as well.
TLDR:
Stardust is not a safe period tracker.
Drip is a safer alternative.
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