I haven't published any content in English yet, but after a tweet of mine about PulseAudio got a good amount of attention, I've finally decided to create a blog to post "Today I learned"-y posts. https://til.flourishing.stream
seriously, depending on how things go from now on that may have saved me a few hundred bucks in possibly pointless purchases
Nothing makes me cry as quickly as trans kids getting unconditional love and support from their parents.
I just read one now that had a paragraph towards the end that read:
“But then I stopped crying. Because as much as I feel I’ve struggled, it will be so much harder for her. And while we already have a few people in our lives who are vocally unsupportive - we have an INCREDIBLE, AMAZING group of people that have never made her feel more loved.”
A parent that gets it. A parent that knows it isn’t about them.
Listening to that video made me physically sick. Add that to a statement made by a general that basically says everyone's playing with fire and you have a very, very terrified person typing this post.
The main subject here is Bolsonaro's interference in investigations involving his family. But that's just the beginning of one hour or so of absolutely terrifying statements.
Can't wait to start having dreams about actual work.
apparently people are trying to reclaim national symbols from conservatives starting with putting 🇧🇷 emojis on their names on Twitter and no one can convince me that this isn't either (1) conservatives trying to manipulate the perception of the general public or (2) white people failing to understand we're better off abandoning those symbols altogether, please let them die
When Mastodon was just a little baby elephant, I taught it how to speak Brazilian Portuguese. They/them.
Hometown is adapted from Mastodon, a decentralized social network with no ads, no corporate surveillance, and ethical design.