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By Gabriel, 10 Aug 23, 0

Describe one sitcom dad and you’ve largely described all of them. They’re snowmen, crafted to be observably humanoid by people who either lack the time, talent, or audience to manage creativity beyond balls of decreasing size. Each is adorned with a few chosen items to make it stand out, but whose pool of possible items is so homogenous that they wind up blurring together anyway. A blue-collar job here, a Patrick Duffy there, still just 3 balls of decreasing size. The rest of his accompanying snow-family similarly stand out only because their stacks of spheres are smaller. They’re not characters…


By Gabriel, 23rd April 2023, 0

There was a moment towards the end of the new Hellraiser when I settled into the fact that they weren’t gonna nail it. The villain—whom we’d seen at the beginning,…


By Gabriel, 24th December 2022, 0

Soldiers are whores the Pimp State lures with false promises of the kind of social standing that would make a streetwalker cry and the kind of cash that would make…


By Amber, 12th December 2022, 0

Chapter 2 changes Header by Muddyboue   Hey loves! Welcome back ^.^ in chapter 2 I will be discussing the effects that HRT has had on my body.   As of writing…


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By Amber, 12 Dec 22, 0

Chapter 1: The start of the journey   Hi, my name is Amber and this is going to be my diary series on life and being transgender. While my egg mostly…

By Gabriel, 01 Nov 22, 1

Part of what makes sitcoms a form of comfort food is that they fly in the face of standard narrative wisdom. There’s no journey that leaves its characters changed here,…

By Gabriel, 30 May 22, 0

Nobody is proud of being an underachiever. People require a positive sense of self to live, and this sense is maintained via socially acknowledged markers. Most of these markers relate…

By Gabriel, 21 Dec 21, 5

There is a fundamental connection between horror and comedy, and for proof we need look no further than the clown. It doesn’t even need to be a horror clown, with…