I now live somewhere new! And it's not a cardboard box! Isn't that exciting?
Just kidding, moving is never exciting. Unless you're moving because you won the lottery and are moving into a house with a pool. For your puffins. That'd be sweet.
But there are more dogs here, and that's pretty all right, too. Oh, and some dude lives here, I guess.
Well, I could fill you in on what's been happening in my life lately, but it'd strain your suspension of disbelief, so just imagine that I've spent the last two weeks fighting crime with my trusty gorilla sidekick.
Good lord. I've just become WordGirl.
Look, here's a .gif gift!
This woman kicks some serious, literal ass. I want to be her.
So, since I really have nothing to share but word vomit, here are some gems from the Internet:
This guy "Changes the Creepy Guy Narrative."
Rape Culture 101 This is a fantastic piece. The following is a quote that really struck home for me, since I do follow these "rules." All of them. And some more, like what CTA train cars to ride in after dark, and when to go to my storage unit, when to call someone to "walk" me home.
Rape culture is telling girls and women to be careful about what you wear, how you wear it, how you carry yourself, where you walk, when you walk there, with whom you walk, whom you trust, what you do, where you do it, with whom you do it, what you drink, how much you drink, whether you make eye contact, if you're alone, if you're with a stranger, if you're in a group, if you're in a group of strangers, if it's dark, if the area is unfamiliar, if you're carrying something, how you carry it, what kind of shoes you're wearing in case you have to run, what kind of purse you carry, what jewelry you wear, what time it is, what street it is, what environment it is, how many people you sleep with, what kind of people you sleep with, who your friends are, to whom you give your number, who's around when the delivery guy comes, to get an apartment where you can see who's at the door before they can see you, to check before you open the door to the delivery guy, to own a dog or a dog-sound-making machine, to get a roommate, to take self-defense, to always be alert always pay attention always watch your back always be aware of your surroundings and never let your guard down for a moment lest you be sexually assaulted and if you are and didn't follow all the rules it's your fault.Here's another great post by the same blogger called, "On Sitting With Fear." Actually, just go ahead and read everything in that blog's archives, okay?
This guy's name is Kim. He didn't get any interviews until he added a "Mr." before his name on his resume. Are you shocked?
Millenials are ruining the world. Just like every generation before us.