Could you recommend me any books (fiction/nonfiction) that helped you to either

* self-reflect,
* strongly reconsider the relation between yourself and the society you live in,
* or grow/change as a person?

If yes, which book(s)?

(Boosts welcome, I guess.)

If you want #datastructures and/or #cats on your incarnate person, I put up a thing where you can order t-shirts in various shapes and sizes, including kids: teespring.com/push-pop-een-shi

TL, DR: this pride month, consider how hard it can be for trans men to feel proud, when "successful" transition feels like it has to aim at a place that nobody believes in the beauty and goodness of.

Help him see the goodness of being more male, even if that means confronting whether YOU can see it. Reclaiming good masculinity is a community effort.

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peaches update

Cantor Georg, who lives in hotel & eats an uncountably infinite amount each day, is an outlier adn should not have been counted

gender-neutral clothing? More like nonbinary finery

Seminym: A word like another word, but not synonymous with it, just kind of like it.

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@caesarologia celosia!

it comes in lots of neat shapes, including some that look like brains!

@deme Cats forgetting gravity is a thing tends to be cute.

A Mastodon instance for maths people. The kind of people who make $\pi z^2 \times a$ jokes.
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