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This is something that I don’t have serious right to speak on, intend to ask others who have slightly more right to speak on it once I get up to being able to use tumblr reliably again, but needs to … Continue reading
Another excellent guide to what not to say to multiple systems from Gemini.
Singlets seem to latch onto about any excuse not to accept that different people in a multiple system are, in fact, different people. One that really annoys me is when they insist that they’re complex people or act differently around … Continue reading
A friend of mine who’s part of a multiple system and I were talking and our systems came up. I could be wrong, and hopefully he’ll tell me if I am, but it seems like his system is more or … Continue reading
I was rereading the archives of QuestionableContent (ugh, more like Ablist Content… How many times can they use the word “retarded“?) and came across this strip again. For those who can’t be bothered checking or are visually impaired, this is … Continue reading
The Zyfron system is working on a Facades project, a project about the facades multiple systems have to put up to be safe in this world. I think this is a really good project, and any multiple system who hasn’t … Continue reading
With everything that’s been going on, I really can’t help but wish that someone else- someone better suited- could deal with this. Maybe it’s messed up to have a lot of selfish reasons to want to get out of the … Continue reading
(semi crossposted at Binary Subverter) I took the Burnout Test and got a 91/100. Score: 81 – 100 You probably have such a significant amount of burnout that you feel limited about the possibility of anything ever changing. Though there … Continue reading
I have always had a hard time putting my romantic orientation into words. It doesn’t fit the typical words used to describe. “Pan” doesn’t feel right, I guess “poly” includes it, but dunno. I’m pretty much not attracted to men … Continue reading
On tumblr, multiple system blogged that they use the pronoun ‘they’ in part becauset ehy are plural, even though it can be used in the singular. Almost every person who blogged afterwards assumes that they’re referring to plurality in gender.