Profile overview for YeahSureWhyNot.
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3 submissions to WTF

2 submissions to music

2 submissions to space

2 submissions to sports

1 submissions to TIL

This user has so far shared a total of 17 links, started a total of 1 discussions and submitted a total of 17 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 2 and downvoted 0 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 7 and downvoted 0 comments.

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5 lowest rated submissions:

Smashing gender norms with my drag king meme!, submitted: 1/12/2016 10:22:40 AM, 0 points (+3|-3)

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny read hilarious single girl's texts with men (audio), submitted: 1/17/2016 5:35:35 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Obama's Immigration Plan Gets Review From U.S. Supreme Court, submitted: 1/19/2016 3:50:33 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

N.W.A set to reunite this year for festival performance, submitted: 1/20/2016 10:41:09 AM, 1 points (+3|-2)

A mom got tired of her teenage sons not cuddling so she knit a new son who will, submitted: 1/20/2016 2:46:17 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

Hello, I'm your friendly neighborhood queer submitted by YeahSureWhyNot to introduction

YeahSureWhyNot 2 points 6 points (+8|-2) ago

I'm hotter than the oven, dear. It can't handle me.

Hello, I'm your friendly neighborhood queer submitted by YeahSureWhyNot to introduction

YeahSureWhyNot 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

I like you better than the people who sent me to the oven, thanks!

Hello, I'm your friendly neighborhood queer submitted by YeahSureWhyNot to introduction

YeahSureWhyNot 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago

Yes, I can see by the heartfelt responses that people are all about freedom here... Thank you though!

3 lowest rated comments:

Problems with gender as a spectrum submitted by Ignorance to CriticalThinking

YeahSureWhyNot 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

The problem with gender as a spectrum is, well... Gender itself. I identify as genderqueer but I wouldn't have had to do that if society wasn't so insisting of putting people's bodies and minds in boxes of gender in the first place. Don't get me wrong, I like the fact that my identity has a name and a political importance and it helps me speak for myself, but much rather live in a situation where people can just feel free to be whoever they are with no definitions binding them to sex=behavior norms

Problems with gender as a spectrum submitted by Ignorance to CriticalThinking

YeahSureWhyNot 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

That's a good question! I think people will always see what they want to see. Since I came out as genderqueer I get the "but your such a woman" and "your such a homo" (from gay men, in a good way :) ) responses I used to get. But I have noticed that when I write something on social that involves putting myself in boxes like "feminine" or "masculine", I get more "you don't need to put yourself in boxes" responses. More people feel free to look at me as queer.

Problems with gender as a spectrum submitted by Ignorance to CriticalThinking

YeahSureWhyNot 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Mmmm... thought I answered that yesterday and for some reason I can't see the reply now. Anyways, I had some time to think about it so I'll revise my answer anyways :) I think most people see you as they personally want to see you. Some still see me as dichotomy of a woman or a man, although they will respect my gender when they address me, using the right pronouns etc. But I have noticed that some people (LGBTQ and hetro-sis) are more insistent on me not putting myself in boxes and just being "who you are" and other (especially in the LGBTQ community) are making efforts to pin point my self definition when it seams vague to them. I think that by doing that they're trying to help me in some way, and help them selves explain their identity in the process. Regrading actual expectations about behavior, I think there are not enough famous queer people out there with a clear, strong identity and not enough cultural references to take example from - so society still doesn't have an idea what to expect from queer people. No stigmas yet. Just that we're "different". I think that the queer community itself mostly experts you to be an activist and shine as an individual as you prefer to shine.