My partner has #coeliac's, my dad's partner Tina is allergic to tomatoes and onion, my sister is #vegan and my brother is allergic to nuts, so we usually don't cook and eat together. We nearly got there this week with a wild mushroom risotto with white wine and parsley, but accidentally used stock with a little bit of onion powder in it, and decided not to risk it for Tina. Maybe next time!
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If you're in the Glasgow area and tall could you please do something abt the fash sticker on the pole outside of the queen street side entrance of the argyle street primark, thanks, a short person #glasgow
I'm trying out this use-multiple-instances idea, and this is where I'm planning on putting my food/gardening posts!
I don't have a camera at the moment, but I have a lot of older food photography and I like writing out recipes for stuff I cook. I'll be dumping that stuff here when I get the urge.
If anyone is able to fill me in on conventions used in this instance (manners, common hashtags, etc.) I'd really appreciate it!
http://masto.beer is up and running. Please join if you're interested, and please boost to spread the word!
Not sure that penalty was deserved tbh #fifawwc
On nonbinary, please correct as you see fit. (1/2)
When I first came to Mastodon, I new almost nothing about any other expression than the gender binary. I have a gay aunt and had a genderqueer friend and knew of a trans person or two, but I didn't really understand it all and I don't pretend to now.
Because it is not something I understood, I mostly kept quiet and watched and listened. I'm perfectly happy as a straight man and as such these topics have never been particularly relevant to me personally, though I believe it's good to learn so that I can understand other better.
Can I have some feedback on some conclusions I've made please?
Nonbinary people have always existed.
The explosion of labels is not a divergence from cisgender or an attack on cisgender people but simply a more accurate way to define people's feelings about who they are. The feelings existed already and exist regardless of whether there is a label to define them.
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