Tandem Realities

NATNOTE: Joyeuse Fierté!

DEFINITIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NATNOTE: JK Rowling, the creator of Harry Potter, keeps ranting on and on against trans rights, so I thought drawing a little something was in order.

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CYCLE ÉLECTORAL / ELECTORAL CYCLE

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FEEDIN’ TIME

YOUTUBE RED

 

NATNOTE: I’m getting tired of Youtube forcing homophobic content onto queer people while claiming to be on our side.

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facebook meme

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My angler fish metaphor

How much money are you worth to facebook?

 

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According to the information I found, it comes down to about 5$ a month. And if you multiply that by the number of users that they have, it adds up to quite a lot of money for a data-mining company passing itself off as a social networking site. I guess it’s no wonder then, that facebook is so ridiculously aggressive with its advertising.

 

 

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NATNOTE:  For those who want more detailed financial information on this: http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-almost-20-per-user-us-and-canada-q4-2017-2

[ prosperity trickles down from the rich ]

THE TECHNODEMOCRAT MANIFESTO

 

We believe the people have a right to political self-realization. Since we’re paying for it, and that we finally have the technology for it, we should be able to have a say in all things related to our governments.

We categorically refuse to recognize representative democracies as being real democracies, and we are going to call out politicians and the media who fail to recognize that difference.

Deciding who’s going to be deciding things for us, is not the same as being able to decide things ourselves.

The politician’s power to create and decide the law needs to be taken away, and their role needs to be downgraded to the equivalent of debate moderators.

PERFORATED CITY

This is an old “24-hour comic” I made on the isolation I’ve experienced as a trans person. Technically it’s a failed attempt, because I didn’t complete it within the required 24 hour period. But I ended deciding to finish it anyways because I thought it said something important on an issue that’s hardly talked about.