• @TheConquestOfBed
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    272 years ago

    I have reached my final form of gay trans atheist commie.

    One of us. One of us.

  • Sean Tilley
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    142 years ago

    Personally, I’m super happy for her. 😁 She does great work, and I’m glad that she is comfortable enough with herself to come out publicly, and that her project and its community are accepting.

  • m-p{3}
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    2 years ago

    Good for her, the important thing is that she feels as herself.

  • Helix 🧬
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    02 years ago

    I don’t know why I should care about this. Good for them? Doesn’t have anything to do with Linux.

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      • Helix 🧬
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        Yeah I am happy for them but it doesn’t make any difference. Or do trans people code differently when they take hormones or have their genitals corrected?

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          • @TheConquestOfBed
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            122 years ago

            Wait, you mean that programming includes governance affected by the biases and culture of its developers? And that these differences aren’t readily apparent to people who personify the dominant ideology of the tech industry???

        • jhghjb (he/they)
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          -182 years ago

          trans people are genetically smarter than cis “people”, it is a big deal to have a trans CEO

          • @TheAnonymouseJoker
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            52 years ago

            Is this some kind of reverse racist propaganda attempting to pull the same shit as what sigma males try to do?

              • @TheAnonymouseJoker
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                02 years ago

                I mean, racism is bad so this should also be bad. This stuff gives a very bad name to the people who hold racists accountable.

    • @stopit
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      112 years ago

      many of us, including me, think of Linux as a community as well as technology.