Binary Options India, Is Binary Options legal? Binary ...
Binary Options India, Is Binary Options legal? Binary ...
Binary Options Trading in India - Regulations, Brokers ...
Binary Options India – The Complete Guide to trading ...
Binary Options in India - 2020 Best Brokers For Indian Traders
Are Binary Options Legal in India? – Binary Options India
Is Binary Option Legal In India? Should You Do Binary ...
Binary options legal in india (iqoption.com)?
I need a plan to get out in the next 2-3 years.
So, been a long time since I've posted using this throwaway account of mine. A bit of background: my parents think I'm a cis woman but I'm not (I'm non binary and bisexual, haven't come out to my parents because they are homophobes). Both the parents are very manipulative, in different ways. The mother gets all sulky if you point out any of her mistakes and always wants to believe she is the victim (the father has emotionally abused her but I feel no sympathy towards her at all. Or, to be pedantic, every time I try to force myself to feel sympathy for her because my dad is a male chauvinist and treats both of us about the same, I just can't no matter how hard I try). The father is a typical overt narcissist, refuses to admit he has a problem, refuses to go to couples' therapy with the mother, thinks everybody else should be at his beck and call and expects everyone else to rearrange their lifestyle and schedules around his. He is also Islamophobic, sexist, homophobic, transphobic and fascist. The mother has a lot of internalized misogyny; she has been seeing a psychiatrist for the past 3-4 years but that's just for her relationship problems, not for the abuse she inflicted upon me and my brother. My brother has been completely gaslit by my parents. I try to avoid the three of them as much as possible, sometimes postponing meals by half an hour or an hour past my usual time just so that I can eat in peace. Even then sometimes the mother waits for me because she can't stop fucking talking all the time. I still don't know if the mother is an nmother or an emother, both possibilities are unsurprising. Or maybe she is a mixture of both. She also used to hit me when I was young, but not every day, just when she was angry with me or when I did something wrong. The physical abuse stopped when the father returned from the US to stay with us. After that, both of them started emotionally abusing me and poking fun at my mannerisms and personality every chance they got. I will not go into details here, but suffice to say that enduring all that BS made me passively suicidal and depressed and gave me massive amounts of anxiety about doing random things. Their infighting also meant that I was not taught crucial life skills when I was younger. I know I should try to learn some, but every time I try to hang around the mother and learn something I get flashbacks from the physical abuse and of the times she threatened to commit suicide to get me and my brother to listen to her. Obviously, they are both extremely manipulative. They were abused themselves as children but didn't bother fixing themselves before they had children or even consulting a therapist/ psychologist even though a lot of mental illnesses run through both their families (like schizophrenia, BPD, depression, anxiety, etc). Oh yeah also the father is a part of some religious cult, which greatly affected the parents' marriage over the years because the mother left the cult after she noticed some fishy things. And she got me out of there too, for which I am slightly grateful. But not much since that's just normal parent stuff. It doesn't excuse her abusive tendencies. I think by December next year I will have a Master's degree in Chemistry from one of the most prestigious colleges in India (my GPA isn't good enough to apply to good schools in the US, although I have ~3 years of combined research experience over the entirety of the 5 years I will have spent in college by next December). Now the question remaining for me is to figure out how to use that to my advantage. Since I'm a US citizen (we are all US citizens) living in India, there will be nothing useful left for me here once I graduate. OCIs do not have the same rights in India as Indian citizens do (that is to say, we do not have as many rights as people holding Indian passports do). I would like to return to a blue state in the US with enough savings to be able to live without employment for a year (if shit hits the fan). I'm still confused about whether or not I should apply for a PhD. It's the easiest escape route for me and it'll give me an excuse to leave, but I'm not sure if I want to work on the same research problem for 4-5+ years. And lately experimental chemistry has been losing its lustre for me. For my Master's project I will be doing some mild statistics/ computation based work, but that's unlikely to involve any serious programming. I tried to learn programming using online courses but for some reason I have a fear of getting things wrong and of not understanding things, which makes it rather difficult for me to keep up. So I abandoned that particular endeavour for now. Also, the longer I stay in academia, the harder it will be for me to switch to industry later on. I was considering getting into something like science communication, but most of the advice I've seen online is geared towards making videos, not writing articles. If anyone has any tips on how to start, I would greatly appreciate it if you could post some here. I'm also very apprehensive about moving abroad because all my potential support systems are inevitably tied to the parents in some way. I don't want to end up homeless or something in a racist and borderline fascist country like the US (I mean, unless the Dwump gets voted out this November and America somehow gets on a redemption arc), that would just end up making me even more depressed and suicidal. I did start therapy sessions in secret, but the parents are both very nosy people. I have no privacy. I've been doing sessions when I go for a stroll downstairs, but network issues and background noise ruins the experience for both me and my therapist (not to mention the morons here who roam around without masks and don't pay attention to their children even though we've had some cases of the virus here already...it's almost as if desi culture just waits until shit hits the fan and then blames younger people for not taking care of a situation older people got themselves in). I was thinking of approaching the US Consulate (online) after I land a job or a PhD position, but I'm not sure if that's helpful. The father has contacts in the government so I'm also scared if he will set them onto me if he finds out I plan to leave. Also some of my documents are locked in a safe and only given to me if I need them for some official paperwork. Even then I can't do something like scanning 2 copies and emailing them to myself, because the parents keep watching over my shoulder. I also need to siphon money into another bank account, but I think my parents can see some of my transactions (if they see the ones with the therapist I can just tell them she's a friend, they're too clueless to scout further. They actually think I'm quite dumb, which has proven a very useful misconception to me so far at least :)) so I'm not a big fan of that. Also I lost my college scholarship this month, and the father makes too much money for me to apply to the other scholarship options given to students. I plan to do this whole money siphoning thing after my parents put a more substantial amount of money in my personal account. Right now I have just enough to pay for about 30 therapy sessions. I can ask them for money if I run out and have to buy food at college or something. I'm probably just rambling, but I keep trying to come up with some sort of plan but it gets too overwhelming. It would be great if I could just decide what the fuck to do with my career in future. Then maybe I can get started on the budgeting and stuff, and accruing contacts who can help me get the hell out of this godforsaken household. Also please give me some concrete advice on how to grey rock, I know people keep saying "make yourself as uninteresting as possible" but that doesn't help much since I don't know how to hide my emotions. It's like I'm either numb or hyper-emotional. Not a very nice state to be in. I've also been very depressed and kinda suicidal so that's hampering my ability to study and (eventually) get good grades for my coursework, which just makes me even more depressed and suicidal because everything feels like it's folding in on itself. Basically I would like to know what it's like to live in the US. I'm not gonna lie, I'm also fairly apprehensive about having to wipe my ass with toilet paper. Like doesn't it burn your butthole? I'll miss the jet sprays here. :/ (probably the only thing I'll miss about India lol, definitely won't miss the undercurrents of casteism and misogyny and Islamophobia etc in contemporary South Asian societies... dear Lord.) How do you pay income tax if you're a freelancer? What's the renting situation like for PoC in the US, should I try to find a PoC landlord? What state is safest for me to live in? What state has like moderate weather (neither too hot nor too cold)? What if I don't know how to drive, which states have a good public transportation network (I know NY does, but NY seems very expensive)? How do you get SIM cards in the US? Everyday stuff like that. Also, how do I make sure the parents (and everyone related to them, friends, family, whoever) don't legally have access to any of my stuff? Do I just try to file a restraining order against them when I get to the US? Will that work even though they don't live in the US? Thanks for reading this long-ass advice request. Should I post on the IWantOut subreddit too? I don't want to ramble there like I did here. :(
A total of 172 people responded to this question. The results are surprising, to say the least. The median age trends much higher than that of other anime communities with most people being in their 20's and 30's. We have a decent number of teenagers but most people here are adults.
Prefer not to say
All survey respondents answered this question. The male majority was expected since reddit is predominantly male. Still, the somewhat balanced demographics are refreshing to see considering most communities are far more skewed towards male (/anime is 85%+ male for instance) although our numbers may be lower.
165 people answered this question. There's an even split between NA and other timezones. Roughly half the community lives in NA while the other half is divided between other regions. A surprising amount of people come from SEA regions.
When did you first get into Chihayafuru?
Between 2013 and 2018 (before Season 3 announcement)
Between 2018 and 2019 (before Season 3 aired but after it was announced)
Around/before Season 1 started airing in 2011
While Season 3 was airing
After Season 3 had ended
Between 2011 and 2013 (before Season 2 aired)
While Season 2 was airing in 2013
All survey respondents answered this question. Considering that 72.8% of our users have been watching anime for longer than 5 years, it makes sense that many of them would get into it so early considering its status as a sleeper hit and older fans' willingness to check out less mainstream anime. Many people seem to have picked it up after the Season 3 announcement, likely owing to seasonal culture becoming more widely adopted. Overall, we seem to have quite the mix of veteran and new fans.
170 people answered this question. It was the first question where you could write-in an answer. Most write-in answers were grouped together since many people mentioned various blogs/websites which were grouped into "fan response" while people who found it on their own regardless of why they were looking for it were grouped into "watched without much outside influence." As a result, that answer dominates because as Chihayafuru isn't a major topic in other online communities, many people end up discovering it on their own whether they're looking for sports, josei or romance.
How have you watched the Chihayafuru anime?
Illegal streaming/torrenting/sailing the high seas
166 people answered this question. More than half have streamed Chihayafuru legally although many of them have pirated it on occasion. Only 7 people own the physical BDs/DVDs.
Which of these translations do you prefer for the Chihayafuru anime?
I don't favour one or the other
Fan translation by Commie
163 people answered this question. Aside from people that don't favour either translation, it's strange that so many prefer the official translation when Commie goes above and beyond with typesetting, translating signs and karaoke. Either way, it seems like people have issues with Commie's work or they have not checked it out and prefer the translation on Crunchyroll.
Which season of Chihayafuru is your favourite?
I don't have a favourite
My favourite season is still unadapted
172 people answered this question. With Chihayafuru being a single narrative that isn't traditionally divided into arcs, it's natural that a large percentage of people don't have a favourite. Season 3 appears to be the most-well liked season and there's yet a considerable number of people that are more interested in unadapted events.
Which Chihayafuru anime OP is your favourite? (Please consider both song and visuals)
172 people responded to this question. YOUTHFUL seems to be the most beloved OP. It's often considered synonymous with the series and repeated quite often which is common in sports anime. A large number of people don't seem to have a favourite OP while the rest are in much closer contention with each other.
Which Chihayafuru anime ED is your favourite? (Please consider both song and visuals)
171 people responded to this question. People seem to be more indifferent towards Chihayafuru EDs compared to OPs which does make sense because a lot of anime fans do skip EDs. This could be a poll option in the future. Season 3 ED seems to be the most favoured one with Season 1 ED only just behind. No overwhelming majority for any option in this case.
Do you read the Chihayafuru manga? If so, how?
I exclusively read for free on manga aggregate sites/sail the high seas
I am an anime-only
I buy the volumes legally but read ahead of the official translation via other means
I buy the volumes but don't read scanlations
168 people responded to this question. We clearly have more manga readers here than anime-onlies and a considerable number of people seem to buy the volumes even though they read the scanlations.
Have you watched the Chihayafuru live action movies?
Only some of them
172 people answered this question. Quite an overwhelming number of people haven't seen them while a fair few haven't seen all of them. People seem to be largely indifferent about the live-action medium but the movies aren't exactly known for their quality so maybe it's better this way.
Who is your favourite Chihayafuru character?
Kinashi Hiro (Retro)
171 people answered this question. Taichi seems to be the favourite for roughly half the subreddit while Chihaya and Arata seem to have a lot of support. For side characters, Shinobu and Harada perform well for their limited screentime. On the bottom, you have the unloved who received 0 votes although one of them really does deserve it.
Do you ship characters in Chihayafuru? If so, which ones?
Chihaya x Taichi
Chihaya x Arata
Kana x Tsutomu
I don't ship characters
Chihaya x Taichi x Arata
Shinobu x Arata
Chihaya x Shinobu
Sumire x Taichi
Chihaya x Sudo
Taichi x Shinobu
Arata x Taichi
Shinobu x Suo
Sudo x Taichi
All survey respondents answered this question. That was an absolutely clusterfuck to figure out with all the weird answers I got. All the Character x Happiness answers were grouped into I don't ship characters and most ships that made sense are listed out here. I expected more people to not ship characters but it seems that the top 3 ships are significantly more popular than staying neutral.
Which medium do you prefer for Chihayafuru?
172 respondents answered this question. Anime seems to be the preferred medium for most people. This is by far the most overwhelming majority for any one response throughout the whole survey meaning people are really satisfied with Morio Asaka's work on the Chihayafuru anime. On the other hand, there isn't a single soul that prefers live action despite a considerable amount having seen those films.
Is Chihayafuru your favourite anime/manga?
It's definitely up there
Yes, it's the best
I've seen better
The anime is in my favourites (not the manga)
The manga is in my favourites (not the anime)
All survey respondents answered this question. Unlike more mainstream anime communities, there isn't an overwhelming number that has Chihayafuru as their favourite anime ever even if the vast majority has it among their favourites. It speaks more to the community's maturity as anime fans rather than a lack of dedication when you consider that Chihayafuru fans are likelier to be willing to try out a more diverse array of shows.
How would you rate Chihayafuru on a 1-5 scale?
All survey respondents answered this question. Most people seem to have it at a perfect score while a fair few rate the series closer to perfect. Pretty much expected results all around.
How much Chihayafuru merch do you own?
Physical manga volumes
Soundtracks or OP/ED singles
170 people answered this question. The lack of availability for merch is quite evident but some people haven't let that stop them.
What are your opinions on the Chihayafuru fanbase?
Minor gripes aside, I love most aspects of the fanbase
It has its problems but so does every fanbase
I love the fanbase unconditionally
The fanbase is worse/more toxic than others
159 people answered this question. Most people seem to acknowledge that parts of the fanbase has problems. However, most fanbases do and they're still happy to be a part of it. Some do love it unconditionally and very few seem to think it's overly toxic. Overall, a really mature response.
Other anime and manga
How many total anime have you completed to date?
Less than 50
I don't know/don't watch anime
171 people responded to this question. It's a bit surprising to see that most people's numbers aren't super high considering the relatively high mean age and Chihayafuru's more niche status. Still, give it a year and a lot of these numbers could crank up during the COVID pandemic.
How many total manga have you completed to date?
Less than 50
I don't know/don't read manga
171 people answered this question. It's pretty evident that people read manga a lot less than they watch anime here. Still a lot of people that have read a lot despite the nature of a lot of manga to publish for many years.
How long have you been watching anime/reading manga?
10 to 20 years
5 to 10 years
2 to 4 years
Only for a year
I only started a few months ago
All survey respondents answered this question. Most people are older anime fans despite not having very high numbers as I pointed out earlier. Very few people seem to have started watching recently. It is rather bleak prospects as a lot of newer anime fans seem to be less willing to step outside of their comfort zone and discover shows like Chihayafuru. We can only hope this changes as time passes.
Which of the following are you particular about?
I am willing to watch any anime regardless of age and popularity
I do not watch anything from the 90's or earlier
I do not watch anime from the 80's or earlier
I only watch very recent popular anime
I only watch anime seasonally
I do not watch anything made before the 2010's
169 people answered this question. As overwhelming as the response is for most people being willing to watch anything, it's still strange to see a considerable number still refuse to watch oldeless popular anime despite being fans of a less popular show that will inevitably fall off the radar of newer anime fans. Y'all need some Cardcaptor Sakura, Utena and LoGH in your lives.
Which of these mediums do you actively consume?
Live action TV/Movies
171 people answered this question. Very high interest rates for anime and manga aside, live action TV and movies are more preferred to LNs and VNs despite both being a part of the animanga-sphere.
Do you consume shoujo and josei media?
I like a lot of shoujo classics
I like prominent josei anime
Chihayafuru is the only shoujo/josei anime I like
167 people answered this question. Over half the respondents love their shoujo classics and a fair few are into josei as well while a lot of them go out of their way to read shoujo and josei manga. Fairly nice results considering the larger anime community's indifference to media that falls under these demographics.
Do you like sports anime/manga other than Chihayafuru?
I only watch sports anime if they look good/are critically acclaimed
I actively consume a lot of sports anime/manga
Chihayafuru is the only sports anime/manga I like
I only like Haikyu!! and Chihayafuru
I only watch anime featuring sports I've played
170 people answered this question. Considering that sports anime are largely ignored by the larger anime community and Haikyu!! is often considered the 'exception', it's good to see that mindset isn't incredibly prevalent here (although it could be less prevalent yet). I'd kinda like to poll people on their favourite sports anime and make a recommendation wiki entry on that too at some point.
Which shoujo and josei anime/manga would you recommend to Chihayafuru fans?
We had 59 responses for this question. I have created a shoujo and josei recommendation wiki based on these responses. The cutoff was 2 votes. Some suggested entries that weren't shoujo or josei were excluded from the wiki.
What are your favourite anime and manga aside from Chihayafuru?
We had 117 responses for this question. Similar to the shoujo and josei wiki, I have created a general recommendation wiki for the responses to this question. Unlike the shoujo and josei wiki, the cutoff here was 4 votes to keep the number of entries down.
Download any of these for free at https://oppfiles.com/585933 DM me if you have any requests for anything not on the list. If you want solution manuals/testbanks, you can also request them Almost all the books are in their latest editions and some of them are available in multiple editions too. Please subscribe the sub to find all the latest textbook releases. Enjoy! [Book] Art is an endangered species: a History of western art, Paleolithic Romanesque(self) 1 [BOOK] Above the Fray: The Red Cross and the Making of the Humanitarian NGO Sector by Shai Dromi(self) 2 [Book] Prehospital Emergency Care 11th Edition(self) 1 [Book] JAMA Guide to Statistics and Methods 1st Edition by Edward Livingston, Roger Lewis(self) 3 [Book] Annual Editions: Anthropology 42/e, Elvio ANGELONI(self) 4 [Book] Donnelly, Seth 2019 The Lie of Global Prosperity: How Neoliberals Distort Data to Mask Poverty & Exploitation. Monthly Review Press.(self)NSFW 6 [Article] "What's Your Title?" - 'The Turn of the Screw.'(self) 3 [Article] Risk and survival of patients with head and neck cutaneous melanoma: national perspective. Al-Qurayshi Z et al(self) 1 [Book] [Taylor & Francis] Maritime Disputes and International Law: Disputed Waters and Seabed Resources in Asia and Europe by Constantinos Yiallourides(self) 2 [Book] Computer Network Security by Ali Sadiqui(self) 1 [Article] [Brill] Several articles from The Australian Year Book of International Law Volume 34(1)(self) 2 [Book]The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society and Art(self) 1 [Book] (Taylor&Francis) Human Biological Diversity by Daniel E. Brown(self) 4 [Article] [tandfonline] Memory for emotional words: The role of semantic relatedness, encoding task and affective valence(self) 5 [Article] Please help me to find this paper :( Shippers' Transport Efficiency: The Balance Between Required and Available Capacity(self) 6 [Article] [Heinonline] Trusts in Mixed Legal Systems: A Challenge to Comparative Trust Law - Michael Milo and Jan Smits(self) 4 [Article] [Heinonline] Non-Variation Clause - A Further Postscript(self) 4 [Article] [Heinonline] Force Majeure and Hardship Under The Unidroit Principles of International Commercial Contracts - Joseph M Perillo(self) 4 [Article] [Heinonline] The Enforcement of an Oral Pactum de non Petendo Where a Contract Contains a Non-Variation Clause - Tukishi Manamela(self) 4 [Article] [Brill] Joint Development of Offshore Oil and Gas Resources in the South China Sea by John Abrahamson(self) 2 [BOOK] Med School Confidential: A Complete Guide to the Medical School Experience: By Students, for Students(self) 4 [Book] [Bloomsbury] The Hague Trusts Convention: Scope, Application and Preliminary Issues - Jonathan Harris(self) 4 [Article] The UNIDROIT Principles and the Arbitral Tribunals - Fabio Bortoli(self) 2 [Article] The Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on Idiopathic Hypersomnia: A Pilot Study(self) 4 [Book] [Bloomsbury] The South China Sea Arbitration Toward an International Legal Order in the Oceans by Yoshifumi Tanaka(self) 1 [book] International Law Commission and Future of Int. Law(self) 4 [BOOK] Mapping Populism. Approaches and Methods - Amit Ron, Majia Nadesan(self) 4 [Article] At the Type Archive(self) 4 [BOOK] Challenging Austerity Radical Left and Social Movements in the South of Europe - Beltrán Roca, Emma Martín-Díaz, Ibán Díaz-Parra(self) 4 [BOOK] The Right in Latin America. Elite Power, Hegemony and the Struggle for the State - Barry Cannon(self) 1 [BOOK] Latin America’s Left Turns: Politics, Policies, and Trajectories of Change - Maxwell A. Cameron and Eric Hershberg, editors(self) 1 [Book] Science Lessons: What the Business of Biotech Taught Me about Management by Philip Bashe(self) 1 [Book] Studies in Islamic and later Indian art from the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University Art Museums(self) 1 [Article] The Beneficial Effect of Physical Exercise on Inflammatory Makers in Older Individuals Endocr Metab Immune Disord Drug Targets. 2020 Jun 6. Pablo Gómez-Rubio, Isabel Trapero(self) 4 [BOOK] Routledge Handbook of Global Populism - Carlos de la Torre(self) 1 [BOOK] Politics after Violence. Legacies of the Shining Path Conflict in Peru - Hillel Soifer & Alberto Vergara(self) 4 [Book] Emmanuel Levinas: Basic Philosophical Writings, edited by Adriaan T. Peperzak (et al.), 2008.(self) 1 [Article] Residual Flow Inside the Woven EndoBridge Device at Follow-Up: Potential Predictors of the Bicêtre Occlusion Scale Score 1 Phenomenon(self) 4 [Book] Who Reads Ulysses?: The Common Reader and the Rhetoric of the Joyce Wars(self) 1 [BOOK] 'Hegel and the Symbolic Mediation of Spirit' by Kathleen Dow Magnus, 2001(self) 2 [Article] THE CRIMINAL AND HIS SCIENCE: A Critical Account of the Formation of Criminology at the End of the Nineteenth Century(self) 1 [Book] Situational Analysis: Grounded Theory After the Interpretive Turn(self) 1 [BOOK] Intrepid Women: Cantinières and Vivandières of the French Army by Thomas Cardoza(self) 1 [Article] Star, Susan Leigh, By Adele E. Clarke(self) 1 Book: Classics of Philosophy by Louis Pojman(self) 1 [article] Schutz's semiotics and the symbolic construction of reality - Hanke(self) 5 [article] Alexandra Kollontai and revolutionary fiction - Sybil James(self) 2 [Article] Fears of an AI pioneer - John Bohannon(self) 2 [Article] Can not access this article.(self) 2 [Book] Can't access this book from archive.org(self) 1 [Book] 45 Tips, Tricks, and Secrets for the Successful International Baccalaureate [IB] Student(self) 7 [BOOK] Request well formatted "The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy"(self) 1 [Book] Doing Real Research: A Practical Guide to Social Research by Eric Jensen, Charles Laurie(self) 1 [BOOK] Chemoinformatics: Basic Concepts and Methods(self) 4 [Book] (Elgaronline) Concepts for International Law edited by Sahib Singh(self) 1 [Book] A concise history of Sweden from the Viking Age to the present(self) 1 [BOOK] Someone can share me "The Penguin Dictionary of Philosophy Book pdf" please?(self) 4 [BOOK] Latin America In Comparative Perspective New Approaches To Methods And Analysis - Peter H. Smith(self) 1 [BOOK] Southeast Asia in Political Science Theory, Region, and Qualitative Analysis - Edited by Erik Martinez Kuhonta, Dan Slater and Tuong Vu(self) 4 [BOOK] A History of the Talmud David C. Kraemer(self) 1 [BOOK] Compendium of Intellectual Property Cases - Copyright and Industrial Designs Volume 2(self) 4 [Book] Peasant state and society in medieval South India by Burton Stein.(self) 6 [Article] https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/its-time-to-take-delirium-seriously/(self) 1 [BOOK] Urbina, J. L (2000). Las malas juntas. Santiago, Chile: LOM Ediciones.(self) 5 [Book] Ince, Onur Ulas 2018 Colonial Capitalism & The Dilemmas of Liberalism. Oxford University Press.(self)NSFW 3 [BOOK] Hegel and Contemporary Practical Philosophy ISBN 978-0815383734(self) 3 [Thesis] An Overview and Performance Guide to Manuel Ponce's Sonata III for Solo Guitar(self) 2 [Article] New media simulation stories in nursing education: a quasi-experimental study exploring learning outcomes. Author: Robin Webb-Corbett , Melissa Renee Schwartz, Bob Green, Andrea Sessoms, Melvin Swanson(self) 4 [Book] Bell, Duncan 2016 Reordering the World: Essays on Liberalism & Empire. Princeton University Press(self)NSFW 4 [Book] Objective Measures in Cochlear Implants - Michelle L. Hughes(self) 1 [Book] Hands-on Scala Programming - Li Haoyi(self) 5 [BOOK] Ancient Sex: New Essays, Kirk Ormand, ed. Ruby Blondell(self) 3 [Article] The Impotence of the Causal Impotence Objection by Alastair Norcross(self) 1 [Article] Forsaking Wisdom, Author: David Benatar(self) 1 [Book] Encyclopedia of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency: A New Era of Modern Warfare - Spencer C. Tucker(self) 1 [BOOK] 'The cynic & the fool: the unconscious in theology & politics', Tad DeLay, Eugene, Oregon : Cascade Books (2017)(self) 1 [Book] The Crafts and Capitalism byTirthankar Roy(self) 3 [Book] Organic Chemistry By Cram, Hendrickson and Hammond. 3rd edition, 1970. Pls help.(self) 1 [BOOK] Measuring and Valuing Health Benefits for Economic Evaluation. Authors: John Brazier, Julie Ratcliffe, Joshua Saloman, and Aki Tsuchiya.(self) 3 [Article] Recommendations to distinguish behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia from psychiatric disorders. Authors: Ducharme, S. et al(self) 1 [BOOK] Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs 23rd Edition(self) 4 [Article] Gardner, Martin MATHEMATICAL GAMES from Scientific American vol 209, No. 4(self) 3 [Book]Mesopotamian Cosmic Geography(self) 1 [Book] Encyclopedia of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency : A New Era of Modern Warfare - Spencer Tucker(self) 1 [BOOK] Second interim report on English collocations - Harold Palmer (Tokyo)(self) 1 [Book] Paul B. Miller, John Oberdiek - Civil Wrongs and Justice in Private Law - Oxford University Press(self) 8 [BOOK] Fateful Triangle: How China Shaped U.S.-India Relations During the Cold War by TANVI MADAN(self) 1 [BOOK] Tooth preparations: science & art (Clovis Pagani)(self) 4 [Book] (Taylor&Francis) Human Variation: Races, Types, and Ethnic Groups by Stephen Molnar(self) 1 [Article] Surgical techniques for adrenal tumors(self) 2 [Article] Three articles from ashpublications needed!(self) 1 [Book] The SCOPUS Diaries and the (il)logics of Academic Survival(self) 6 [Article] Untangling constructivism, knowledge, and knowledge-building for “future-oriented” teaching Author(s): Jane Gilbert(self) 1 [BOOK] Sentenciando Tráfico - Marcelo Semer(self) 4 [Book] Believing History: Latter-day Saint Essays(self) 1 [Book]Book of Mormon Authorship Revisited: The Evidence for Ancient Origins(self) 1 [Book] Genres Across the disciplines: Student writing in higher education(self) 1 [Chapter] William Ophuls, "Leviathan or Oblivion?" in Toward a Steady-state Economy edited by Herman E. Daly(self) 1 [BOOK] 99 Tips for Creating Simple and Sustainable Educational Videos(self) 6 [Book] Taylor, Christopher 2018 Empire of Neglect: The West Indies in the Wake of British Liberalism. Duke University Press.(self)NSFW 1 [Book] The emporium of the world : maritime Quanzhou1000-1400 , by Angela Schottenhammer, Leiden : Brill, 2001(self) 2 [Article] PRRT in high-grade gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine neoplasms (WHO G3)(self) 1 [Book] The art of strict musical composition, by Johann Philipp Kirnberger, tr. David Beach and Jurgen Thym(self) 1 [Book] (request) Primate Evolution and Human Origins By Russell L. Ciochon & Fleagle(self) 10 [Book] (T&F) Sikhs in Asia Pacific by Swarn Singh Kahlon(self) 4 [Book] (T&F) Nation-state and Minority Rights in India by Tanweer Fazal(self) 5 [Book] The Path of Genocide: The Rwanda Crisis from Uganda to Zaire - Astri Suhrke(self) 2 [Article] Intergenerational social mobility and religious ecology: Disaggregating the conservative Protestant bloc(self) 3 [Book] ASTM E2847 - 14; Standard Test Method for Calibration and Accuracy Verification of Wideband Infrared Thermometers(self) 1 [Article] Country Life issue 86, from October 1939(self) 1 [Book] Understanding the Dairy Cow by John Webster(self) 4 [Article] The Struggle over Structural Adjustment: Socialist Revolution versus Capitalist Counterrevolution in Yugoslavia and the World by Johanna Bockman(self) 4 [Book] Shadowland : from Jeffrey Epstein to the Clintons, from Obama and Biden to the occult elite, exposing the deep-state actors at war with Christianity, Donald Trump, and America's destiny(self) 1 [Book] Refugee conversations by Bertold Brecht(self) 1 [Article] (requested) Alan Crozier, Beyond the Metaphor: Cursing and Swearing in Ulster, in MALEDICTA X, at 115, 122 (1988-89)(self) 3 [Book] A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, 3rd Edition(self) 4 [Article] God as a White man: A psychological barrier to conceptualizing Black people and women as leadership worthy.(self) 1 [Book]The Truth about Mormonism: Illumination or Deception?(self) 3 [Book] Shorebird Ecology, Conservation, and Management(self) 10 [Chapter] De Anima et Resurrectione(self) 2 [BOOK] A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, 3rd Edition(self) 5 [BOOK] 'Rulers, townsmen and bazaars : North Indian society in the age of British expansion, 1770-1870' by CA Bayly(self) 1 [Book] Middleton's Allergy 2-Volume Set 9th Edition by A Wesley Burks Stephen Holgate Robyn O'Hehir Leonard Bacharier David Broide Gurjit Khurana Hershey R. Stokes Peebles, Jr.(self) 4 [BOOK] 'Islamic Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Islam:Cultural and Clinical Dialogues', 2018(self) 2 [Book] Research Handbook on the Economics of Intellectual Property Law(self) 4 [Chapter] Changing Ethnolinguistic Perceptions In The South(self) 2 [Book] Ethnographic Perspectives on Academic Writing, by Brian Paltridge, Sue Starfield, and Christine M. Tardy(self) 1 [Book] N. G. L. Hammond: A history of Macedonia. Vol. I: Historical geography and prehistory. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1972(self) 23 [Book] (request) Evolutionary Neuropsychology: An Introduction to the Evolution of the Structures and Functions of the Human Brain by Frederick L. Coolidge(self) 5 [Book] Cultural Heritage in the European Union: A Critical Inquiry into Law and Policy(self) 7 [Book] (T&F) State Interest and the Sources of International Law by Markus P. Beham(self) 1 [book][request] The Future Belongs to the Digital Engineer: Transforming the Industry by Jim Crompton(self) 1 [book][request] Where the Action Is: The Meetings That Make or Break Your Organization by J. Elise Keith(self) 1 [book][request] Work Smarter: Live Better: Practical Ways to Change Your Work Habits and Transform Your Life by Cyril Peupion(self) 2 [book][request] Bits, Bytes, and Barrels: The Digital Transformation of Oil and Gas by Geoffrey Cann(self) 6 [Article] Tax Revenues and the Fiscal Cost of Trade Liberalization, 1792-2006(self) 4 [Book] (T&F) Writing Diaspora South Asian Women, Culture and Ethnicity by Yasmin Hussain(self) 4 [Article] [HeinOnline] Request(self) 4 [Book] - The Routledge International Handbook of Forensic Intelligence and Criminology(self) 2 4 [Book] Optional Processes Theory and Applications, by Mohamed Abdelghani, Alexander Melnikov(self) 4 [BOOK] Tehrangeles Dreaming: Intimacy and Imagination in Southern California's Iranian Pop Music - Farzaneh Hemmasi(self) 4 [Book] (T&F) Sikh Religion, Culture and Ethnicity by Arvind-Pal S. Mandair, Christopher Shackle, Gurharpal Singh(self) 7 [Book] Crip Times: Disability, Globalization and the Resistance - Robert McRuer (Project Muse)(self) 2 [Book] Molecular Population Genetics by Matthew W. Hahn(self) 1 [Book] Mastering A&P with Pearson eText(self) 1 [Book] Lifespan Development - Denise Roberts Boyd, Helen L Bee(self) 1 [Book] AutoLISP und ADS für AutoCAD Version 11 Hans-Peter Rust (IWT Verlag 1991)(self) 4 [Book] Sacrifice Regained: Morality and Self-Interest in British Moral Philosophy from Hobbes to Bentham(self) 2 [Article] IEEE Xplore article: Single IMU Displacement and Orientation Estimation of Human Center of Mass: A Magnetometer-Free Approach, Stefano Cardarelli(self) 4 [Chapter] 10 - Interaction in L2 Learning(self) 2 [Book] An Introduction to Astrobiology (3rd Edition), edited by David A. Rothery, Iain Gilmour, and Mark A. Sephton(self) 7 [Book] Optical Nonlinearities in Chalcogenide Glasses and their Applications(self) 6 [Book] Principles of Economics by Joshua Gans, Stephen King, and Robin Stonecash(self) 3 [Book] European Slave Trading in the Indian Ocean, 1500–1850 by Richard B. Allen(self) 3 [Book] How to Parent by Fitzhugh Dodson(self) 7 [Article] A contribution to the theory of anxiety and guilt. Klein, Melanie. (1948). The International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 29, 114–123.(self) 6 [Book] Interaction of Media, Cognition, and Learning - Gavriel Salomon(self) 4 [Article] Oxygen and Diverse Nutrients Influence the Water Kefir Fermentation Process / Laureys D., Aerts M., Vandamme P., De Vuyst L.(self) 5 [Article] [HeinOnline] The Artificial Reason of the Law or: What Lawyers Know, by Charles Fried(self) 1 [Book] Structure And Mechanism In Protein Science: A Guide To Enzyme Catalysis And Protein Folding (Structural Biology) by Alan Fersht Reprint Edition(self) 3 [Article] Neurostimulation Therapies for Primary Headache Disorders: Present and Future(self) 3 [Article] Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation Reduces Nociceptive Behaviour in an Orofacial Pain Model(self) 4 [Article] Characterization of Degradation Behavior for PLGA in Various pH Condition by Simple Liquid Chromatography Method Yoo, Je Young | Kim, Jong Min | Seo, Kwang Su | Jeong, Yong Kyun | Lee, Hai Bang | Khang, Gilson(self) 1 [Thesis] Winton, Douglas Walter(self) 3 [Article] Denis Muzerelle, “Dating Manuscripts: What Is at Stake in the Steps Usually (but Infrequently) Taken,”(self) 1 Needs Digitizing [ARTICLE] Francesca Ferrari - Il fatto notorio e la rete Internet(self) 1 Needs Digitizing [ARTICLE] Francesca Ferrari - Il fatto notorio e la rete Internet(self) 4 [Book] Practising Italian Grammar(self) 3 [Book] Growth, Distribution, and Prices(self) 5 [Book] Conflict and Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific New Geopolitical Realities Edited ByAsh Rossiter, Brendon J. Cannon(self) 4 [Article] Combination of UV and MS/MS detection for the LC analysis of cannabidiol-rich products(self) 2 [Article] Economic Opinion when Britain Turned to Free Trade(self) 6 [Book] "Alienation" by Bertell Ollman (1977, 2nd ed.)(self) 2 [Chapter] An Introduction to Scientific Realist Evaluation(self) 4 [Book] (Brill) Regime Interaction in Ocean Governance edited by Seline Trevisanut et al.(self) 1 [ARTICLE] Practical issues of geostatistical reserve estimation in the mining industry - Guocheng Pan(self) 2 [ARTICLE] Erin G. Godwin - Judicial Notice and the Internet(self) 3 [Book] Kaiser Augustus und die verlorene Republik: eine Ausstellung im Martin- Gropius- Bau by M. Hofter (ed.)(self) 1 [BOOK] The Quest for Authority in Iran: A History of The Presidency from Revolution to Rouhani by Siavush Randjbar-Daemi(self) 1 [Book] Prolegomena to Ethics(self) 1 [book] The Imperative of Responsibility: In Search of an Ethics for the Technological Age by Hans Jonas(self) 1 [Article] Left‐to‐right transfer of language dominance(self) 2 [Article] Research progress of laterally coupled DFB-LD / Guangli Yue(self) 4 [Book] Political Science: Volume 3: Indian Political Thought (ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations)(self) 1 [Article] Adjunct-Predicate Licensing and D-Structure(self) 10 [Article] No evidence of racial discrimination in criminal justice processing: Results from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health(self) 1 [ARTICLE] "H. G. Wells and Ralph Ellison: Need the Effect of One Invisible Man on Another Be Itself Invisible?"(self) 2 [Book] Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice for Design 30th Edition(self) 1 [Book] Disk recording. Vol. 1-2. An anthology of articles on disk recording from the pages of the Journal of the Audio engineering society Vol. 1-Vol. 28 (1953-1980). 1(self) 1 [Book] Cityscapes of Modernity: Critical Explorations by David Frisby(self) 1 [Book] Art and the Senses | Edited by Francesca Bacci and David Melcher(self) 1 [eBook] Mastering A&P with Pearson eText(self) 1 [Book] Emotionen: Eine Einführung für beratende, therapeutische, pädagogische und soziale Berufe(self) 3 [article] Conceptualizing Behavior Disorders in Terms of Resistance to Intervention(self) 1 [ARTICLE] 'Hegel, Hinduism, and Freedom', Merold Westphal, The Owl of Minerva, Volume 20, Issue 2, Spring 1989, Pages 193-204(self) 1 [Book] Machine Learning in Chemistry(self) 1 [Book] Youth and media(self) 7 1 [Article] The Beneficial Effect of Physical Exercise on Inflammatory Makers in Older Individuals Endocr Metab Immune Disord Drug Targets. 2020 Jun 6. Pablo Gómez-Rubio, Isabel Trapero(self) 2 [Article] On the Determination of the Number, Size, Spacing, and Volume Fraction of Spherical Second-Phase Particles from Extraction Replicas(self) 5 [Book] Remington and Klein's Infectious Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn Infant 8th Edition by Christopher Wilson Victor Nizet Yvonne Maldonado Jack Remington Jerome Klein(self) 1 [Other] (Monthly Newspaper in France) Le Monde Diplomatique (English Edition) June 2020.(self) 1 [Other] (Monthly Newspaper in France) Le Monde Diplomatique (English Edition) May 2020.(self) 1 [BOOK] Crime and Markets - Vincenzo Ruggiero(self) 2 [Book] The Search for Meaning by Dennis Ford(self) 1 [Book] The Acts of Jesus: What Did Jesus Really Do?(self) 1 [Chapter] Gustav Mahler, the Wunderhorn years: chronicles and commentaries Vol. 2 -- pp. 408-410(self) 4 [Article] [Heinonline] 2 old Articles from the African Journal of International and Comparative Law(self) 4 [ARTICLE] 'Ways of Prediction, Ways of Rhetoric' Philippe-Joseph Salazar, Philosophy & Rhetoric Vol. 50, No. 4 (2017), pp. 390-408(self) 1 [Article] [Needs Digitizing] Wells, J. C. (1986). A standardized machine-readable phonetic notation. In Conference Publication No. 258. International Conference on Speech Input / Output; Techniques and Applications, 24–26 March 1986. London: Institute of Electrical Engineers, 134–137.(self) 4 [Book] (BRILL) Indian Diaspora: Voices of the Diasporic Elders in Five Countries(self) 1 [BOOK] 'Hegel, freedom, and modernity' by Merold Westphal, 1992(self) 1 [Supplement] Panza MJ, Graupensperger S, Agans JP, Doré I, Vella SA, Evans MB. Adolescent sport participation and symptoms of anxiety and depression: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of sport and exercise psychology. 2020 May 21;42(3):201-18.(self) 2 [Article] Cooley at al. (2019). Complex intersections of race and class: Among social liberals, learning about White privilege reduces sympathy, increases blame, and decreases external attributions for White people struggling with poverty(self) 4 [Book] [Brill] Resolving Conflicts in the Law : Essays in Honour of Lea Brilmayer(self) 1 [Book] Master Medicine: General and Systematic Pathology 3rd Edition(self) 4 [book] Islamic Societies to the Nineteenth Century - A Global History by Ira M. Lapidus(self) 4 [Article] [Heinonline] Conflicts between the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and the International Court of Justice by Tullio Treves(self) 3 [Book] Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders(self) 1 [BOOK] 'Wrestling with Archons: Gnosticism as a Critical Theory of Culture' by JONATHAN CAHANA-BLUM, 2018(self) 1 [Other] XXI Century | Bullfrog Films(self) 4 [BOOK] The Oxford Handbook of Ethics of AI(self) 4 [Book] Figures of Southeast Asian Modernity (JSTOR) by Barker, Harms, & Linduiqst(self) 7 [Book] Health Informatics: An Interprofessional Approach, 2nd Edition(self) 2 [Article] Rapport and friendship in ethnographic research(self) 4 [BOOK] 'Žižek on race: Toward an Anti-Racist Future' by Zahi Zalloua, Bloomsbury, 2020(self) 3 [BOOK] Classical Antiquity in Video Games by Christian Rollinger(self) 1 [Thesis] Sandro, Paolo - Creation and application of law: a neglected distinction. ERA - Edinburgh(self) 3 [Article] belated: interruption(self) 4 [Article] Reusable and Recyclable Graphene Masks with Outstanding Superhydrophobic and Photothermal Performances(self) 8 [Article] Randomized Algorithms in Number Theory(self) 4 [Book] The Routledge Companion to Digital Humanities and Art History(self) 5 [Article] Regulatory cell therapy in kidney transplantation (The ONE Study): a harmonised design and analysis of seven non-randomised, single-arm, phase 1/2A trials by Sawitzki et al.(self) 0 1 [Book] Asian Freedoms: The Idea of Freedom in East and Southeast Asia (Cambridge), eds. David Kelly & Anthony Reid(self) 2 [Article] Local Mitochondrial ATP Production Regulates Endothelial Fatty Acid Uptake and Transport, by A. Ibrahim N. Yucel B. Kim Z. Arany(self) 4 [Chapter] Modeling Liquid–Liquid Extraction for Critical Elements Separations: An overview, (Chukwunwike O. Iloeje, 2020).(self) 6 [Article] Electrical stimulation in white oyster mushroom (Pleurotus florida) production, by I. Roshita, K. M. P. Nurfazira, C. Shi Fern, and M. S. Nur Ain(self) 1 [Book] Screen Adaptation: Impure Cinema by Deborah Cartmell and Imelda Whelehan(self) 4 [Book] Earth’s Insights (Callicott 1997)(self) 1 [Book] Viscosity of Pure Organic Liquids and Binary Liquid Mixtures 2017(self) 2 [BOOK] Needed: A comprehensive etymological dictionary of the Hebrew language for readers of English(self) 1 [Book] Hydrothermal chemistry of zeolites(self) 5 [Chapter] 2 chapters from A History of the United States Author: Philip Jenkins 3. Expansion and Crisis, 1825–65 6. Expansion and Crisis, 1825–65(self) 4 [Chapter] 8. The Fall of Actually Existing Socialism Authors: Prof. Geoffrey Swain, Dr. Nigel Swain(self) 5 [article] Sci-Hub didn't work for this article so I hope someone could help me !(self) 4 [Book] Evil Men, James Dawes(self) 1 [Chapter] from the book The Versailles Settlement Peacemaking after the First World War, 1919-1923 by Alan Sharp chapter 2. The Paris Peace Conference chapter 3. The League of Nations(self) 2 [Book] Macroeconomics(self) 1 [Article] "Eleutherna, the Orthi Petra Necropolis: Slewn by the Iron" by Nicholas Chr. Stampolidis.(self) 3 [Book] Contemporary Linguistics(self) 4 [Article](http://www.eurekaselect.com/137993/article)(self) 1 [Article](http://www.eurekaselect.com/137993/article)(self) 3 [Book] Chemistry: An Introduction to General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry(self) 1 [BOOK] Mastering Chemistry eBook(self) 3 [Book] The Oxford Handbook of Sovereign Wealth Funds(self) 1 [Book] "Marx, Marxism and Utopia" by Darren Webb (2000)(self) 5 [Article] "Law and Society", by Joachim J. Savelsberg, Lara L. Cleveland, in Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology(self) 2 [BOOK] Encouraging Pro-Environmental Behaviour - What Works, What Doesn't, and Why (2019)(self) 1 [BOOK] ''Guide for the economic design of circular metal silos'' by J.M. Rotter(self) 3 [BooK](JSTOR) The Evolved Apprentice: How Evolution Made Humans Unique by Kim Sterelny(self) 13 [Article] Matthews, Graham 2020 Pandemic, recession...: Capitalism is a Sick System. Green Left Weekly 1257, 2020.(self) 1 [BOOK]A comprehensive etymological dictionary of the Hebrew language for readers of English(self) 1 [Article] Sound Levels in Nursing Homes by Laura L. Joosse(self) 1 [Book] China Upside Down: Currency, Society, and Ideologies, 1808–1856 by Man-houng Lin(self) 3 [Book] The SAGE Handbook of Propaganda (2019)(self) 1 [BOOK] 'Lacan and Religion', by Aron Dunlap, Routledge, 2016(self) 2 [Book] Making It in the Market: Richard Ney's Low-Risk System for Stock Market Investors(self) 1 [Book] Comprendre les langues romanes(self) 1 [book] Derecho romano clásico, Betancourt(self) 6 [Book] The Oxford Handbook of Information Structure (2016)(self) 1 [book] pls help me find Physiotherapy in mental health and psychiatry(self) 4 [Article] Denationalization by Sir John Fischer Williams(self) 1 [BOOK] Statistical Methods for the Social and Behavioural Sciences - A Model-Based Approach (David B. Flora)(self) 1 [ARTICLE] Care as a Political Concept by Joan C. Tronto(self) 1 [Chapter] Agnieszka Uberman "English and Polish figurative language employing components of the frame of death" Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2017. Peter Lang(self) 1 [book] Petroleum Contracts and International Law by Rudolf Dolzer(self) 1 [Book] A Short History of Persian Literature At the Bahmanī, the ‘Ādilshāhī and the Qutbshāhī Courts – Deccan(self) 4 [Book] A Japanese Advertising Agency: An Anthropology of Media and Markets (Routledge) by Brian Moeran(self) 1 [Book] The Way of Synthesis: Evolution of Design and Methods for Natural Products(self) 1 [book] ما في القرآن الكريم - دراسة نحوية(self) 6 [Book] (JSTOR) First Peoples in a New World: Colonizing Ice Age America by David J. Meltzer(self)
me_irlgbt survey results! really long post! this took me 6 days! exclamation mark!
Long post. REALLY long post. buckle in.
TLDR at the end
First off, thanks to everybody who responded! There were 467 responses in total, which is amazing. I know filling out surveys online can be boring, so I really appreciate you all indulging me for this. A few notes before we get started!
The aim of this research was to get a better picture of the people who involve themselves in this shitposty mess. Nothing was too strenuous, and as this was basically just research for funsies, it’s obviously not fully academic. I did try to follow general good practices, but I’ve also fucked about a little. This isn’t going in a fancy journal.
I have presented the data with the finest graphs Google Sheets has to offer. I am not an expert in using spreadsheets, so some of it may be, in academic terms, somewhat fucky.
I am not an especially adept researcher or statistician. I’m studying this shit in college but that doesn’t mean I’m good at it yet. I know we get some researchers round these parts, and I’d thank you to not cringe too hard at my work.
Now. Let's get started with the results.
Total survey responses: 467
AGE: 460 responses
https://imgur.com/thGOvqi As we can see here, the majority of respondents are between the ages of 13-24, with most being 18-24. No surprise, this pretty much tracks with the general demographics of reddit. We have 3 tiny kiddos who responded, bless them. One person over 60, heyhowareyougorge. It’s interesting to cross-reference the age demographics with the type of posts we see here. I’m in my early 20s, which in gay years is like being in your early 40s, and i’ve been out for years. I see a lot of closet or coming out type posts, which I personally don’t relate to as much any more, but that totally tracks with the amount of youngins we have here. If you’re looking to karma whore, here’s the data you need.
COUNTRY: 457 responses
https://imgur.com/xwAb3g8 So, clearly very US-heavy. Again, not a surprise here for a US-based website. I would like to confess to purposefully splitting up the UK demographics out of sheer curiosity too; I’m Scottish and wanted to know how many fellow Scots I had. Happenin troops. I also wanted to use this to see how many people were from countries with less legal protections for being LGBT. The countries in here I’d particularly like to highlight are: Dominica, where it is illegal to be gay. Penalties include a 10 year prison sentence, or “incarceration in a psychiatric institution.” Absolutely no legal protections for any LGBT people. That’s pretty fucked. India has no legally recognised same sex unions, no same sex marriage, no adoption, but all of these things have been proposed. some anti-discrimination laws. They have a third gender option, called hijra. Trans people do have some legal recognition of gender, which is nice. As far as I’m aware, this situation is pretty unique to India. Qatar, where same-sex sexual activity is punished by fines, imprisonment, or the death penalty. Obviously no legal protections. Russia, where same-sex sexual activity is technically legal, but in Chechnya, it is heavily punished. Gay people are abducted and sent to concentration camps in this region. Russia has done little to prevent this. Singapore, where there is technically punishment of up to 2 years in prison for male same-sex sexual activity, but this is apparently not enforced any more. F/F is legal though. Malaysia, where it remains illegal to be gay. Punishments can be up to 20 years in prison, fines, or whippings, just for engaging in same-sex sexual activity. However, a 2016 court ruling did recognise gender changes as a fundamental constitutional right, according to wikipedia. I’d like us to take a moment to remember, especially if you’re from the US, that the fight for LGBT rights is far from over. It’s not some distant thing. Even people on this good gay subreddit could face severe punishments for their identity. If you are in a country with legal protections, take a moment to be thankful. If you can, please educate yourself on the state of LGBT rights in these countries, and see if you can do anything to help.
ETHNICITY: 463 responses
https://imgur.com/hk6KINj Again, not particularly surprising results here. Reddit is a pretty overwhelmingly white website. I’m a full blown white person so I’m not sure how much I can really say here without verging out of my own lane. I do think we should keep this in mind however, because as a largely white subreddit we may not have so many people calling out racism when they see it. I don’t want POC to feel ignored here just because they make up a smaller percentage of our demographics, so I welcome any POC responses here as to how we’re doing with that. I personally haven’t seen too much racism, as the bigotry we tend to get is centred around our lgbt identities. Whenever I see it it tends to be anti-black, and usually confined to usernames. I do try to ban that whenever I see it, but I’m only one person, so I do rely on you to report things to me!
GENDER: 467 responses
https://imgur.com/GOMLltE https://imgur.com/BY9eRfU Now, this is the one I’ve had to go in and fuck with. This, and all the other charts, are basically just the raw data in visual form. The chart above is each individual response, allowing for those who selected multiple options. So, rather than counting every time someone selected “male”, then “nonbinary”, etc, it’s counting every time a person selected “male + cisgender,” “nonbinary + queer”, if that makes sense. This chart here is the one I’ve fucked with, that just has the amount of times an option was selected. https://imgur.com/ejdAKm9 I basically simplified the data here. Whenever someone said something like unsure, unknown, etc, this was put under “questioning”. The “other” responses are the only ones that received significant editing. These were long-form responses that could not be parsed into simple answers, so here they are in their entirety.
“Something like that lol”
“I don’t have one of these ‘gender identities’ everyone keeps talking about”
“Lol i’m absolutely fucked and i have no idea”
“What is this ‘gender’ you speak of”
“My sex is female”
Now, I could probably have parsed them into other categories, but honestly I thought this was more entertaining. Some important things to remember when reading this data! * I collected it pretty poorly. I wasn’t aware of how google would collate it and i done goofed a bit. Take it with a pinch of salt. * once i “simplified” the data to look at how many times each option was selected, I ended up with almost 800 pieces of data. You’ll recall that only 467 people responded to the survey, so there is significant overlap. This is why I'm showing you two versions. The crossover is not fully clear, and there’s probably ways I could process this data better, but i’m gonna be real with y'all it’s a lot to wade through and I'm honestly just bad at this * This question allowed people to choose as many or as few labels as they wanted. Some people listed their gender as just “transgender” with no other qualifiers, for example. Therefore this data should be treated as only a partial picture of the gender demographics of this subreddit
PRONOUNS: 464 responses
https://imgur.com/lsP8661 Again, I arguably messed up on the collection of results here, BUT, I do think it’s very interesting to see the combinations of pronouns people use. For example, I think it’s cool to see that, among those who use they/them pronouns
25 respondents use they/them as their only pronouns
31 use he/him and they/them
30 use she/her and they/them
Now obviously it’s gonna be difficult to argue for these results to be generalised to the population at large, but this does support what I’ve seen anecdotally for a while; neutral pronouns are often used alongside non-neutral pronouns. We might not have seen this if I had been a better researcher. Here is the version with my own editing, simplification, and parsing of “other” results: https://imgur.com/6sR4w3U Other results are as follows, presented without comment
”A variety of neopronouns”
”Whatever is right in the moment”
”in the closet for everyone except online friends”
”well i would use those pronouns if i was out or if anyone respected them lmao help me”
”the normal ones”
”All? IDK it’s been a very confusing time”
”he/him among general public, they/them among close friends but out in public, would like to use she/her but only when out and fully transitioned”
”I don't know what this means”
Among neopronoun usage, we have specific examples of: * ve/ver * it/its If we put this alongside the “other” responses that indicate neopronoun usage, we can say that 5 of our respondents use, or are comfortable using, neopronouns. I think this is an interesting point to highlight, because common transphobe rhetoric is that people are using a “confusing” variety of pronouns. We have a generally trans-friendly sub (at least I hope so), and out of 464 respondents to this question, only 5 people indicated neopronoun usage. Could it be that this line of thinking, that people are using confusing newfangled pronouns, is just an uninformed scream from the ignorant?
SEXUALITY: 467 responses
https://imgur.com/CXVxEKc Again, raw data. For this one I don’t feel it’s super necessary to go in and parse out who picked multiple things, because the data here seems kinda straightforward, if you’ll pardon the pun. We have a lot of bi and pan people here. Again, it’s difficult to argue for the generalisation of these results, but this does support evidence of bisexual people making up the majority of the LGBT community. If we compare this to the by now well known findings from the Kinsey institute, this does support the belief that most people are likely neither a Kinsey 1 or a Kinsey 6, but somewhere in the middle. It’s not directly comparable because I didn’t use the same metrics, but it’s interesting to think about. I also think it’s interesting to see so many straight respondents. Of course, this could just be trans people who are straight, but I know from the comments I’ve received that some people who responded are totally non-LGBT, just allies. Also, shoutouts to “an absolute mess” and “just desperate for love”. Same, babes.
EDUCATION: 461 responses
There were enough “other” responses that I felt like I needed to go in and take those out, so here’s the raw data before I did that. https://imgur.com/eguYGeK And here is the simplified version https://imgur.com/DZClNVV Here are the “Other” responses
have not completed high forms of education
IDK not american
middle school (x4)
wasn't allowed to go to school by parents, currently studying for high school entrance exam
2nd year degree
in 5th year of phd but no master's earned on the way
professional degree (Juris Doctor)
certificate of achievement, 1yr college
What’s a diploma
My favourite response is “IDK not american”. As we all know, education only exists in America. Anyway, this pretty much tracks along the age demographics. With a population mostly aged between 13-24, it makes sense that the majority are high school or college educated. Of course, it should be kept in mind that not everybody’s education is a linear or traditional experience, and won’t completely track with our age demographics. Shoutouts to the 3-4 people with PhDs tho, mad respect. And that wraps up our demographics section! Onto some of the cool shit.
PERSONAL LIFE SECTION
POLITICAL ALIGNMENT: 477/467
https://imgur.com/TUQNBVJ Here’s the raw data. As you can see, there’s a lot of write-in responses. If you’ve spent any time hanging out on this subreddit, I don’t think it’s any shock to see how overwhelmingly left-leaning we are. I think this sort of goes with the territory of being an LGBT subreddit though, we do tend to develop liberal politics as an attempt to avoid homophobia and transphobia, and then from there it’s easy to fall into leftist politics, especially on places like Reddit. Simplified data: https://imgur.com/isja5Kc Other responses:
Don’t have these words in AUS
I have a hard time understanding all the different words, but I know I’m the opposite of Donald Trump
Hard to say since these terms mean slightly different things in different places/political climates
Whoever isn't a racist bigot
slutty sjw whos ready to bust a fat nut and shoot capitalists
angry *Governmental axis: libertarian. Economic axis: centrist. Social axis: progressive
I don't have a strict political alignment, I just think that every politician can have good ideas whatever their alignment is
I vote based on the current goals of each party
regulated markets, welfare capitalism, taco trucks on every corner. thank you for coming to my ted talk.
Whatever is Civil Rights
no one changes anything but rich mens pocket books
Prefer not to say
We’re clearly a very left-leaning subreddit here. I think it’s interesting that out of a total of 447 responses, only 9 disclosed that they were on the right-hand side of the political spectrum. Is this because only 4% of people round these parts are on the right, or is due to an unwillingness to identify with conservative politics, even on an anonymous survey? Difficult to know for sure. Interesting data tho amirite. Also whoever answered “slutty sjw whos ready to bust a fat nut”, same girl
Raw data: https://imgur.com/oQQWZH9 Again, a fuckfest here, but even before we go in and parse things out we can see that 336/460 indicate atheist or agnostic beliefs. This sort of goes along with my hypothesis/unscientific belief that a majority of LGBT people are non-religious, or will find religion themselves later on. I personally would love to do research on the prevalence of found religion in later life, especially pagan/wiccan type beliefs, in LGBT people. I think a lot of us do really desire that sort of connection to spirituality, but can’t always get it from the religions we were raised in. This is from my perspective as a western white person raised around christian/catholic beliefs; I know there’s differences with, for example, Judaism, where it’s fully baked into the culture to question and argue with your own beliefs, so I know there’s a hell of a lot of cultural bias going into this assumption. Simplified data https://imgur.com/FimSsoh I’ve kept Atheist/agnostic as separate categories, grouped the different Satanism responses, and again created an “other” category. Other responses:
Both Christian and agnostic
I don't believe in a conscious force making decisions, but there is some sort of force underlying the physical world
idk man. dudeism?
Its a mix
None (not explicitly atheist or agnostic, just...ehhhhh)
Given that this is Reddit, I’m not surprised by the high amount of atheist/agnostic responses, given that the site still has a strong legacy left behind by the glory days of /atheist. With this bias in mind, I do still think this presents a compelling basis for further research on the religious affiliations of LGBT people.
RELATIONSHIP STATUS 465/467
https://imgur.com/vcrZae3 This one actually didn’t require much fucking with, so I’ve just presented the gently simplified data. Other responses
In a queer-platonic relationship
I walk a lonley road, the only one that i have ever known.
I’m not really sure rn
In a polyamorous relationship
I have a domme
On a crash course to divorce :(
Wow we’re a single lot aren’t we Honestly I think this correlates with the age demographics. If I were a better data analyst I’d go in and confirm this with the data, but I’m not, so I won’t. Knowing that we have a lot of younger people, who are more likely to have either no relationship or a frequently changing/unstable relationship status, this kinda seems about right. It would be interesting though to compare this with relationship data from other LGBT communities. I think we all know the struggles of finding available partners, especially when you are, as the data suggests, in high school or college. It’d be interesting to see if the high rate of single people here is due to a desire to seek out other LGBT people in order to gain a sense of community as well. Maybe LGBT people in a relationship feel they already have enough of a sense of community and belonging and are therefore less likely to seek out LGBT spaces online. That’ll require some good qualitative data tho which is time consuming. Could be really cool tho.
[Dislike] However, I do not condone jokes of violence against Terfs
I don't even know what that is.
I don't know or care what that means
I hate them so god damned much even the mention of the word terf makes me wanna punch a *wall then vomit.
I have never heard of this
I have no idea who they are
Idk bout them
Never heard of them
Not sure exactly what that means but if I understand it right I dislike them because I support transgender people
strongly dislike is not enough
[just a transphobic pro-terf comment]
strongly dislike isn't strong enough.
TERF is a slur lol
terfs r trash
They can go to hell
They have no place
Too little experience with them to form a meaningful opinion
we should set them on fire
trans rights babey
I think this is a pretty conclusive result. Of the 29 “other” responses, 20 of them indicate Dislike to Strongly Dislike. 5 respondents said Strongly Like, and 1 said Like. These respondents were the only ones who also put in positive “other” responses. 82% of responses were Strongly Dislike. This is honestly going to inform my moderation style. I always remove outwardly transphobic comments, especially if they mirror the “rational people” comment in the responses above. However, seeing such a strong dislike of TERFs will likely mean I’ll remove more comments that are gently TERFy but not as explicit. I do want to reiterate, this is a feminist space. I personally am a strong feminist. I hold some more radical feminist views. I also believe trans women are women, they have a place in the feminist movement, and in women’s spaces. You can absolutely be a trans INCLUSIVE radical feminist. Feminism is almost useless without intersectionality. Trans people are valid and welcomed here. Transphobia will never be tolerated here. Not up for debate.
At first glance, this notion makes sense to me, but I know to little about the issue to form a meaningful opinion
Dissagree w/ but not dislike as people
Don't know whether they're right or wrong since I'm not trans therefore can't confirm shit
I can understand where they're coming from, but i think it's a harmful ideology all the same
I don't agree transition is necessary, since sometimes staying in the closet is the only way to survive. But dysphoria of some kind is necessary.
I don't understand how people can be trans if they've never experienced Dysphoria. Not being a dick, i just can't find an explaination.
I get where they're coming from
I have no opinion. If somebody says they're trans, all i want are their preferred pronouns.
I haven't heard about this before, I'd have to read up on it before giving an opinion!
I just need to shout about the exclusionary nature of the stance
I think dysphoria is necessary, but not medically transitioning
I’d err on the side of caution because it sounds like it could be ehhh. I don’t know enough about *the trans part of the LGBT+ community to properly answer this one
I’m not sure about them yet
It isnt nessacsry but many people do experience it
Neutral as long as they aren’t excessively pushy or rude about it.
New to this concept tbh
Non-binary trans is still trans.
Not enough reading or research done on my part to have an informed opinion
Not familiar with this topic enough to say
punch them too
Therapists should treat it
There is background to their points but their attitude stunts progress for all trans people
they're very flammable too
trans people are trans regardless of what gender affirmations, if any, they choose to undergo. ❤️
trans rights babey
uncle terfs, more or less.
wanting to be a different gender = gender dysphoria, so 90% of the time transmedicalism is just *pointless gatekeeping
This is the one I definitely needed trans people’s opinions on. I am cis-ish (androgynous butchy lesbian who occasionally likes a cheeky they/them pronoun but is for all intents and purposes a woman/dyke) and so feel entirely unqualified to weigh in and decide which side of the issue is “correct”.
56.2% of responses indicate either Dislike or Strongly Dislike transmedicalists
Of the “other” responses, 15/29 indicate a dislike or disagreement with transmedicalist ideology
There is a large amount of “neutral” or “no opinion” responses. I can assume a lot of these are from cis people who, like me, feel unqualified to weigh in.
This is also likely to inform my moderation style somewhat. Again, I always remove blatant transphobia when I see it, and this includes anybody stating that nonbinary people are not valid, not real, etc. From these results, I’m going to assume this is the right move, and continue with this strategy. I personally lean towards not believing in transmedicalism. Some of this may very well stem from my feminist views, but I generally think gender is extremely fluid, and that labels are only worth what the individual believes they represent. If any of you have an understanding of sociology, I tend towards a Weberian/symbolic interactionist approach towards labels in general. Therefore I believe whatever a person identifies as is probably the right identity for them, regardless of what I may think of it. This isn’t necessarily relevant to your understanding of the survey, but it may be relevant to your understanding of my moderation actions. That wraps up this section! This was a long one, thanks for sticking with us <3
THOUGHTS ON THE SUBREDDIT 457/467
https://imgur.com/VUwfXtq Finally, some data i don’t need to fuck around with. Note to self, do more ratings like this. Obviously as a mod I’m happy to see that opinions trend above 5 here. The average score we’re getting here is 7.87 (2dp) and honestly, I’m down. If that was a movie on IMDB, that shit would be a pretty well-received movie. The most frequent response here is 8/10, and most responses are between 7-10, which tells me people generally enjoy hanging out here. I know there’s always a strong chance for bias here, because the people who are likely to respond to a kinda long survey for a subreddit are likely to be people who either really enjoy it, or really don’t. However, even with that bias, I’m gonna just take the W if that’s cool with you.
THOUGHTS ON MODERATION 445/467
https://imgur.com/pmkKyuC Slightly lower trend than overall subreddit opinions, but the average is almost the same at 7.73 (2dp). Since sending out this survey I have made some slight tweaks to my moderation style, as well as making some additions to the automoderator. We’ll chat about that later. I’m glad the overall trend here is positive though; I don’t want this to be a place where you all just end up resenting me.
i dont have a reddit account, and i very rarely check comments. I dont think i'm the best person to answer this.
I dont pay attention enough to say
I just discovered this subreddit like yesterday so I don't really know
I think we need mods who do more than just let people police the sub themselves. We may only need a new mod if the current mods don’t change how they mod. Respond to reports is what I’m saying (I don’t see almost any removed comments ever)
idk i just enjoy the memes
idk im just lurking here
Idk. How many moderators do you have?
if they're good moderators
maybe? i think a little more mod participation would be cool. just seeing admins in comments laughing and joking along with us, and sharing in the memes. i enjoy the hands-off approach but that doesn't mean i don't ever wanna see more mods chilling out and sorta like.,..... making their presence known and joining in on the fun!!! yknow it makes it feel safer
no idea tbh but it seems to be running ok
So the general answer here is that we maybe need more mods. Far more people said no than said yes. Personal interpretation is that people may have felt more comfortable answering “maybe” than answering “yes”. I know that having one active mod for a 90k subreddit is not usual, and by now most subreddits will have gotten a couple more people in. I won’t speak for parlayv but, if you think i’m hands-off, she’s like, not even got hands. Hands not on this plane. We did create the subreddit together (IIRC I came up with the name and she was like “omg that needs to be a subreddit” and then, all of a sudden, it was) but I’m the one who pretty much runs it. I don’t think she’d take issue with me saying that. She’s too busy playing runescape and smoking weed anyway lmao So, given the general results, I will look at bringing more mods on. I’ll probably pull from people I know first, and if that doesn’t work, may open up applications later. If this happens you’ll all know about it. I’ll address some of the comments at the very end. Your concerns are not going unnoticed!
THOUGHTS ON RESEARCHERS 459/467
https://imgur.com/Px4XqGQ Another very similar score, but this time the most frequent response by far is a 10. Average score is 7.84 This one was kinda important for me. I made the decision to allow researchers to post their surveys here. Full disclosure, when researchers come to me in modmail, my key concern is that they’ve followed all ethical procedures. So far, every single one has been done through a university in an official capacity, which means they have to prove they’ve gone through the ethics of their work and it’s been approved before they can even start researching. Whenever I’ve checked them out they seem completely fine, and I’ve so far not received any complaints, which makes me feel good. I personally believe research is incredibly important for us to understand ourselves, as well as other people. I’m obviously biased as hell here because I’m a social sciences student but the whole reason I’m interested in this field is the benefits I believe it can bring to us. So if it’s cool with you all, I’m going to take this result as support for research posts. For now I don’t foresee any issues with frequency but we’ll revisit this if that becomes a problem. I’d like to give you all a sincere thank you for your positive reception to these posts <3
SHOULD WE BAN TERFS OR TRANSMEDICALISTS? 461/467
This question specified “regardless of rulebreaking”, meaning should they be banned on sight if they say they identify as either a TERF or a transmedicalist. I also meant if they posted in TERF or transmedicalist subreddits, but I didn’t specify this, so I won’t use that in my analysis of this data. https://imgur.com/o1fevKC Other responses
Allow them only if they don't say anything transphobic on me_irlgbt
ban 'em when they post inflammatory stuff to bait responses
allow transmeds to flair their posts/create separate sub
only ban Transmedicalists if they’re being dicks about it
don't know enough about transmedicalists to say
Ban transmedicalists, do not ban TERFs
Definitely ban TERFs, I just don't really know much about trans medicalists, so I feel weird making a definitive statement about them.
Definitely ban TERFs. I’m neutral on transmedicalists
Forum should not be allowed to become a hostile environment. They can easily do that.
I don't know the context behind transmedicalists but if they're anything like terfs then yes ban them
I think a distinction must be made between hate and ignorance. Obvious hate should naturally be answered with a ban, but rule-breaking content arising from possible ignorance should be met with a removal, private warning and, most importantly, directing the poster toward resources to educate themselves.
I think there is more ground to talk with transmedicalists but that I would prefer not to deal with them. TERFs should be banned regardless of circumstance.
I’m not sure how i feel about just “banning” people but i disagree with them both
if being mean
If making people uncomfortable
If they are strongly voicing there options, even in other sub, that may be harmful.
Keep them on a shorter leash
Maybe? Or at least make posting that stuff against the rules
Only ban when breaking rules, but dismissing trans women & gnc/nb trans peeps should be against the rules
Only if they are putting forth their beliefs in a way to claim that people are not valid.
Still don't know anything about the transmedicalists but ban the terfs
TERFs have no rights and should go. Transmedicalists are... Kinda difficult? I used to consider myself trans and sorta get where they're coming from. I think it's just a generational issue? I don't think they should be banned outright, like TERFs should, but it should be made very clear that MeIRLGBT isn't the place to discuss that
Yeah, but only if you are sure they are terfs/transmed
yes, because they're harmful to trans communities and this subreddit should be safe.
Again, a generally anti-terf attitude, which is expected from previous questions. Once again, this is mostly to inform my moderation style. I am hesitant to ban people because I don’t want to be seen as a powertripping mod out to get everybody. These results, alongside the other terf/transmed ones, are kind of encouraging me to take a slightly heavier hand than I currently am. Again, some specific responses at the end!
WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE MORE OF? 98/467
This was complete free-entry, so I’ve gone in and grouped a bunch of the responses together.
Ace content: 3
Bi content: 4
Positivity/wholesome shit: 4
Trans content: 5
Commie shit: 2
Garlic bread: 2
That Gay Shit: 13
More activity in general: 5
allowing different titles
mod posts for awareness days (ie bisexuality awareness, TDOR, etc)
more response to reports
peace, love, and understanding
a monthly challenge to make themed memes
clarity as to what this neat little subreddit is about
Other responses were generally just “nothin, we good”, so that makes up the rest of the responses. Further answers at the end!
[i removed these comments for being transphobic lol]: 2
That Het Shit: 3
That Gay Shit
non-meme content: 6
Christmas decorations in October
self-deprecating humour: 2
equating tops/bottoms to personality or body types. this isn't yoai it's real life, and i know this is more of an overall issue with the gay community but it's pretty prevalent on this sub
i hope the rest of your day is the best of your day.
Okay to the people who said they want less of themselves and less gay shit you are in the wholeass wrong place are you okay Reposts seem to be a common issue. Could you lot do me a favour and post in the comments what you think are common reposts? I come on and browse the sub but I really rely on things you report to me, so I don’t always see common reposts. As far as specific content you don’t like, I’m afraid that’s gonna be a self-directed thing for yall. Downvote the non-rulebreaking content you don’t like and hopefully people will get the message! Lol @ the one person who said less surveys. Ur in one. Cant stop wont stop x
ANYTHING ELSE TO ADD?
ily, thank you, etc
This shit sweet as hell thank you for taking the time to add it in at the end ily
“all my answers need the addendum of “I am an idiot, and there are many things I don’t know”
Hi. how u doin
I am a gay
Absolutely. We love that for you.
[bee movie script]
Hi. no. dislike.
Comrades! You have nothing to lose but your chains!
There’s like 5 of you that said this and i love it
imagine being sega and not working towards creating and publishing a new jet set radio future game; absolutely criminal
Imagine being sega. Can’t relate
Perhaps a link in the side bar we can click to escape the subreddit, especially on mobile if possible.
Honestly not a bad idea. I’ll look into this.
Please just add the QA to the name. It’s 2 letters
I’m sorry, i can’t change the subreddit name. I’ll add it to the sidebar tho <3
Sexual attraction is bourgeois
Idk what this means but it is now one of the central tenets of my faith
Thanks for all the “other” options
You’re welcome it made like, 100x more work for me, but i kinda like that we have a smidge of qualitative data alongside all the quantitative shit.
Thanks for letting me participate despite my non LGBT status
Thanks for being chill!
You people need to calm down. I can sense that this energy primarily comes from North America, so I will explain. The level of discrimination and the lack of basic human rights are so extreme, people cannot stand it anymore even if they are not fully aware of these subconscious vibes, so they need to pull extremely in the other direction to make up for this. And hence you have this kind of subculture that emerges as result. The problem is that, you people are as bad as the other end of the problem because you're as extreme, and it translates into over the top aggression and people so insanely touchy they see an attack in absolutely everything, even if they are not being attacked. Become aware of these energies, and chill.
Gurl are you like okay? Do you need a lie down? Some fruit snacks? Everything okay at home?
“I think we need mods who do more than just let people police the sub themselves. We may only need a new mod if the current mods don’t change how they mod. Respond to reports is what I’m saying (I don’t see almost any removed comments ever)”
I’m gonna hold my hands up here, I have generally sucked ass at this. I rely almost completely on you lot reporting things to me, but for the longest time I had a big ol mod queue that was just overwhelming to look at. I’ve made changes to this in the past few weeks, including *expanding automod scripts. Automod now deletes certain slurs automatically, as well as any comment that might be mentioning or encouraging suicide. This is a big help because obviously trolls will rely on their old faithful slurs. I was hesitant to do this because I think we all have a right to slur reclamation, but I think the benefits outweigh that right now. *I got a fancy new mod plugin! It’s called toolbox, and basically just tells me whenever a new post is made so I can approve it or not, and it tells me when I have new reports. It’s made the whole experience less stressful *I spent a day addressing all the shit in the queue. The subreddit used to be like, full anarchy, so there were reports going back 2 years. Again, I take responsibility for that. I’ve been a shitty mod and I am addressing that. I hope these changes help address those concerns.
” i think a little more mod participation would be cool. just seeing admins in comments laughing and joking along with us, and sharing in the memes”
I’ve honestly been thinking about this comment for a while. I try to avoid posting here because, again, I’ve seen a lot of criticism of mods who participate too much in their own subs, especially when they distinguish their posts. I don’t wanna look like a dick, yknow? But I like this comment and I’m gonna try and just hang out with you lot more <3
Mod posts for awareness days (ie bisexuality awareness, TDOR, etc)
I kinda think this idea slaps. Does anybody have a calendar of important LGBT dates? I think we could tie this into the other comment about challenges for themed memes, where appropriate.
Clarity as to what this neat little subreddit is about
Me_irlgbt is a queer shitposting subreddit. It’s generally for memes and queer fuckery. Not selfies. That’s about it.
Okay, so, the reason I’m not going to do this is because I feel that if I post a thread for support, I then have a duty of care to anybody who posts in it. I do not have the capability, time, or knowledge to provide that duty of care, so I feel it would be strongly unethical to do this, regardless of how good the intentions are. I think it’s a well-meaning idea, I just wanted to clarify why I’m personally not comfortable with it.
Not everybody in me_irlgbt is gay. Can we have more inclusivity?
When I use “gay” on this subreddit, especially if I’m referring to the general mass of users, I wholeheartedly mean it in a community way. Like, “we, the gays” as contrapoints once said. You are welcome here. This isn’t the only response along these lines, so I will keep it in mind when making changes. And we’re done! Holy shit that was a long post. This has taken me 6 days to edit. Again, reiterating from the top, I’m not an adept researchedata analyst, so I’m sure many people could’ve done a MUCH better job looking at these results, but I think this will do for now. Thank you so much to everybody who responded. It’s been really interesting for me to have a look at this, and pretty cool to get to fuck around with all this data. Thank you ilysm <3
The population on this subreddit trends young, mostly 18-24
Most people live in the US
Most people are white
We have slightly more male-identified people than female, but not significantly so.
Roughly a quarter of respondents are trans-identified.
Most people use she/her or he/him pronouns. Around 18% use they/them, with the rest “other” or neopronouns.
About 60% of the people here identify as bisexual or pansexual, 17% lesbian, 16% gay, 17% asexual. These responses do overlap with many people using multiple labels for themselves.
mostly high school or college educated, which makes sense with the age demographics
overwhelmingly left-leaning politically
generally positive feelings towards the subreddit/mods
mostly atheist/agnostic religious views
74% of respondents are single/not in a relationship.
88% of respondents do not like TERFs
about half of respondents do not like transmedicalists, but 28% are neutral
Greek & Latin are logical & sensible, not poetic & figurative. also, strong Sapir-Whorf is REAL, y'all
original link: https://reddit.com/badlinguistics/comments/ff356y/english_is_the_easiest_language_to_learn_and/fk2ihp5/ all creds to u/AlthisAraris, who did research, added citations, and made me remove 90% of the snark in the gdoc we used to rant about this. my version contained far more "ding dong you are wrong" tl;dr: Greek/Latin were (in Western culture) the languages of science/logic, which makes those languages (and their writing systems?) inherently logical. OP does some badhistory. Note: we use a lot of wikipedia links because a lot of this is easily searchable, public knowledge. Arguments (Paraphrased):
old Greek or Latin would be the best choices for a global language, because they’re verylogical and sensible*, and* blend philosophy and sciencewell. Sanskrit is fascinating and may be logical.
“old Greek or Latin” could refer to any of a variety of languages
what makes a language “logical and sensible”? how would a language blend philosophy and science?
you’re confusing the achievements of a language’s speakers with the innate qualities of a language.
plenty of other ancient societies made great strides in science and philosophy, and attributing discoveries in those fields exclusively to Greek & Latin is incorrect and Western-centric. the languages of China, India, and the Middle East did not in any way stop people from developing scientific and philosophical theories, and the achievements of those Old World civilization were heavily documented by the Western world. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_science)
tally one point in the “nutcase” section for “how logical is Sanskrit”. if you’re turning this disaster of a post into a drinking game, stick to sips instead of shots. if you’d like more on this theory, google “magic of Sanskrit”, or subscribe to my great-uncle’s mailing list.
It's a personal opinion of course but to me [...] both languages (Greek & Latin) feel like they came from a place ofknowledge and wisdom rather thanbeing particularly'poetic' or figurative*. [Greek & Latin were* used] in the sciences[...] during the period when humans were recording scientific studies for the first (still documented) time in history. Scholars havecontinued using (Latinespecially) a long time after.
what makes some languages more “poetic” or “figurative” than others? / “when humans were recording scientific studies for the first [...] time in history”
Yes, the Western world still uses Greek & Latin roots as a generalized naming convention in some fields. No, modern sciences don’t write in Latin anymore.
[...] the ethos of those who spoke and documented the language of a region informed the thinking of its users way down the line. Japanese Haiku don't really work in English because the language is informed by a different sensibility. I guess one could say it's a chicken or egg situation but I prefer to see it as language and culture existing in a symbiotic relationship. It's said that Korea's alphabet is highly scientific (read: formulaic) and in turn that has brought forward suggestions that the language is why the nation is so technologically forward thinking. Essentially a language is a way of translating the world around us so we can share ideas amongst peers. If the initial inventors and most prolific users of a language experience the world in a specific way then they create an ideology within the language. That ideology then informs the growth and culture of the society that speaks it.
speaking a language and documenting a language are two very different things, and the language people speak does not inform their thinking “down the line”. the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis has been debunked. we’re not going there.
what do you mean by “sensibility”? there’s some beautiful English haiku out there. if what you mean is that English and Japanese have different phonetic, morphological, and grammatical constructions, which leads English’s more polysyllabic words to have clashes with the haiku’s syllabic strictness, then you’re right. if that was what you were trying to say.
An alphabet designed to fit a language has no influence whatsoever on technological advances. North Korea also uses a form of Hangul called Chosŏn'gŭl, and it does not appear to have made their technology more “forward thinking.”
Languages cannot be invented. Alphabets can.
No one “invents” a natural language. Language is a large scale agreed upon communication system. No one sat down and created English. It is the amalgamation of years of growth, change, and interaction.
Ancient Greece was a time of scientific development, medicine, 'hero' worship and advanced socialisation. A lot of legal words, medical words and binary nomenclature is written in Latin. Greece was an inspiration to the Romans and other civilisations using Latin. It's just a personal opinion but there is certainly evidence to suggest that language can actually inform the culture and behaviour of a society.
yes, the Ancient Greeks had many scientific & medical advancements. (advanced socialization? where are you going with this?) Once again, other ancient civilizations are being ignored.
yes, a lot of legal/medical/scientific nomenclature in English is Latin-based.
they are written in English using Latin roots but they are not Latin. They are borrowed words. They do not follow Latin rules of phonetics, morphology, or syntactics.
this has to do with the cultural influence of Latin on the English-speaking world, through French. languages without that influence, particularly non-PIE languages, have different roots.
your personal opinion is strong Sapir-Whorf.
yes, language informs culture, and culture affects language. THAT BEING SAID: the cultural usage of a language has no bearing on the inherent fitness of a language for a particular field! You can discuss plants just as well in English as you can in Greek and Cantonese and Amharic. The chicken-and-egg metaphor breaks down when you remember that more than one type of animal lays eggs, and one of those is the ancestor of the chicken.
BJP Government Performance Analysis: Administration & Governance
This is my 2nd article in the series of articles which analyse the work of Modi government starting from 2014 till present date. This one is about administration and governance. Unlike the first one on defence, it is not that binary and there are quite a few gray areas and is subject to opinions as much it is to facts. For example, I like how NGOs have been brought under tougher checks and a lot of such organisations have been forced to shut shop. But quite a few people view it as unfair. BJP Government Performance Analysis: Defence Issues Blog Link Reddit Link Additionally, there is an overlap between governance issues and various others like economy, foreign policy etc. In this article, focus will will be on the work done or changes in way of working of central government ministries and departments. Some of these will be mentioned in next article which will be about economy issues. 1. Steps for leaner, responsive and more efficient government. This is the most obvious, yet hardest things to do for any regime. All the decisions made by the politically elected government are implemented by officials who usually see multiple such governments come and go through their service. It is next to impossible to fire or even penalise them for even gross incompetence. Any reform in their way of working is extremely hard and takes years of sustained effort. Political and ideological differences even among ministers also play their part. Then there are politicians who have a mutually beneficial nexus with such officials even when they are out of power. Some of the first steps taken by Modi regime was to break this nexus and it seems to have succeeded partially. But there is still a long way to go. GOOD
Officials working for central government have been forced to work much harder, so much so that many now view these prestigious jobs as punishment postings. Many non-performing officers have been disciplined and even sacked, a first. 1* 2* 29* 68* 112* 118* 132*
Even serving ministers have been forced to adopt austerity measures. Some examples are no new vehicles, reduced travel expenses 1113 71* 125*
Influence of foreign interests, corporates and their lobbyists has been severely curtailed. Many “powerful” people who had a lot of influence in various ministries and govt departments now don’t have insider knowledge or influence over decision making. 26* 63* 75*
Many politicians squatting on government properties have been forced to vacate them. List of more than 1500 such squatters includes many former ministers, MLAs, MPs and many so called artists, inetellectuals who have been staying in govt allotted properties long after their time was over. Even BJP run state governments have evacuated have evacuated former CMs and MLAs. 61* 65* 104* 108* 109* 113*
Business of paid for postings and transfers in many central govt departments has been severely curtailed. 7* 105*
Many useless posts have been abolished and major departments downsized and streamlined. Often posts like this were used to accommodate officials in high paying post-retirement postings.4* 117*
There is much greater communication between government and people. Many ministers and even PM office interact with common citizens on Twitter among other platforms. 124* 119*
Options opened for direct entry of domain experts in to government departments. 133* 134* 135*
Various measures taken to improve business climate like curtailment of harassment by various inspectors, passing of bankruptcy law, steps to improve ease of doing business among many others. It resulted in India making a record jump in ease of doing business index in 2017 and broke in to top 100 for first time. 3* 10* 12* 23* 46* 59* 66* 72* 154* 155* 156* 158* 159* 160*
A very large number of old, archaic laws removed. Latest one under consideration (July 2018) in Supreme Court is article 377, removal of which will lead to decriminalisation of homo-sexuality. 1159 such redundant laws removed in just 2 years. 42* 163* 164* 165*
Attempts to clean up bureaucracy and red tape need more will. In 4 years, there have not been many deep reforms in functioning of most govt departments, as far as corruption and delays are concerned. Then there have been some seemingly counter-productive measures like the one which makes it harder to investigate a govt servant.
For most part, BJP ruled states have not shown enough initiative and willingness for reforms as was expected of them.
SCORE: 6.5/10 2.Corruption and black money. Before anyone starts “where are my 15 lakh which Modi promised”, kindly watch this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOa04NN1M_Q Recovering black money was one of the major poll promises of BJP and they have made fairly good progress on some fronts while it lacks on others.. As it happened, cleanups also unearthed huge scams in bank loans in which UPA regime gave away loans to numerous people who never meant to pay those back. This has proven to be one of the biggest scams in history and many big industrialists and UPA politicians including former Finance Minister Chidambaram have been implicated. Many of them have ran away from India to escape persecution. Apart from that, even after their best efforts, all the opposition parties and their followers have been unable to find a single corruption charge against Modi regime till date. Demonetisation, however controversial it may be, has enabled recovery of untaxed income worth thousands of crores which would have never happened except for drastic measure like this. Implementation of GST was not perfect, but it has led to streamlined taxation process with reduced leakage, This link contains list of some income tax raids done immediately after demonetisation. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vRovmVA_9x7NoyJHFLFZ7pA1Mi7gUYB6_OuGHgQA0pFLc9qQ1xTGMClqpGrudmZJ7YrBcg1n-VguZBi/pubhtml?gid=1658058173&single=true GOOD
Huge scam in banking sector in which loans worth thousands of crores were given away without proper checks under influence of UPA ministers unearthed. Number of industrialists, bank officials and politicians are implicated. Many of these industrialists are being forced to give back that money. Legal actions being taken against others, some of which have fled India and some politicians and their associates. Banks starting to show gains after sustained recovery efforts. 120* 131* 136* 137* 138* 139* 140* 141* 158*
Many politicians jailed or under investigation for various corruption issues including former CMs and central ministers. 130* 142* 143* 144* 149* 150*
Many dubious NGOs, many of which have shady backgrounds have been forced to shut shop or forced to reduce their operations. Among the benign ones, many of such organisations were front for money laundering and payment of lackeys. Others were foreign sponsored fronts for mass scale conversions of Indics, anti-India propaganda and terrorism. 5* 9* 21* 91* 115* 126* 127* 145*
A large quantity of black money from foreign bank accounts successfully recovered. Treaties signed with Switzerland (among other countries) under which Swiss will share details of Indians owning bank accounts in Swiss banks. 103* 122* 128* 129* 146* 148*
Large increase in number of people paying income tax after rules like Aadhar verification, demonetisation, GST. Huge amounts of money recovered in income tax raids. Properties of gangsters targeted. Lakhs of shell companies closed down. 101* 121* 123* 128* 129* 147* 151* 152* 153* 161*
Stronger laws passed against corruption and tax evasion. Top level corruption reduces significantly. 33* 75* 93* 101* 102*
Modi regime perhaps underestimated how difficult the recovery of black money from foreign accounts will be. Although a huge sum of money has been recovered, the whole process will take a lot longer and most likely will fall short of hype during election campaign.
A number of bank loan defaulters managed to evade authorities and escape to foreign countries. If they had been arrested earlier, then loan recovery would have been a lot more easier and faster.
Implementation of GST was not up to par. Numerous issues still exist which will take atleast a few months to be sorted out.
Although I personally support demonetisation, it was not as well planned as it should have been. Very large number of people faced inconveniences for quite long time due to shortage of currency. Strangely, number of currency notes in circulation has reached back previous levels.
Even if corruption at top levels has been reduced, grassroot corruption still seems to be as bad as it was earlier. Problem of citizens dealing directly with govt departments have not eased much.
SCORE: 6.5/10 The actual score would have been a 6. Extra half point is due to clean image of almost every minister and no scams yet. Opposition parties have tried their best to make up scams like the one for Rafale planes, but their attempts have been laughably stupid. 3. Programs for citizens. Energy savings with new policies https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/energy/powehow-modi-governments-led-programme-hopes-to-emerge-as-a-win-win-from-consumer-point-of-view/articleshow/52592189.cms Reforms in electricity This regime seems to have better reach out programs for general public which are meant to make their lives and interaction with government machinery easier and fruitful. In addition to big steps like Jan Dhan bank accounts, Mudra Yojna, free LPG for poor, there have been number of measures implemented to make government departments more responsive and approachable. Some of these points have overlap with economy and infrastructure issues, but they are mentioned here because they affect lives of citizens directly. and profoundly.. Some of these will be explained in detail in later posts. GOOD
Red tape cut across various government departments. Steps like digital locker, self-attestation of documents and a few others meant to reduce paperwork, unnecessary delays and corruption implemented. 47* 62* 66* 67* 72* 107*
Jan Dhan Yojna brings banking to the poorest and enables direct transfer of funds for subsidies and other welfare programs. This is one of the best measures in quite a long time meant for direct benefit of the poor. Reduces delays and corruption. 167* 168* 169* 170* 171* 172* 173* 175*
Passport issue and re-issue process made much easier and faster. 110* 166*
More platforms for feedback about government departments and policies created. Emphasis on transparency in governance and grievance redressal mechanisms. 79* 124* 116* 119*
Steps taken to solve some employee issues related to Provident Fund, pensions and others. Lot more reforms still needed. 6* 18*
Swachh Bharat Mission despite problems is showing some results. 85% of population now has access to toilets, compared to around 40% at start of program. According to WHO, 3 lakhs deaths caused by diarrhea were averted between 2014 and 2019. A lot of public places like railway stations are much cleaner. 175 * 176* 177* 178* 179*
Ujwala Yojana, a scheme meant to eradicate use of polluting fuels like wood, coal, dung for cooking proves to be a good success. 5 crore new connections allotted ahead of target. 180* 181* 182* 183*
While many countries struggle with it, India implements strong net neutrality rules. 184* 185*
Multiple steps taken to improve conditions for farmers. Extra impetus on reducing malnutrition and increasing availability of nutritional food to citizens through various schemes. 186, 187, 188, 189 205* 206*
Excellent work so far by power ministry bringing even the remotest places in India on electricity grid. A number of villages which had remained outside the grid now have electricity. Additionally, electricity production and distribution is much better. India has a power surplus and is 3rd largest electricity producer in world. Most of issues still remaining are more often than not due to inefficient and corrupt state electricity corporations. Cheap LED bulbs help in reducing power consumption. 190, 191 192* 193* 194* 195* 196* 197* 198* 199* 200* 201* 202*
Much needed push for solar power with huge new solar power plants coming up. 203* 204*
Pace of road construction across the country has picked up substantially and it has been the highest till now. Many remote regions have new connectivity and existing highways in most regions have been upgraded, 207* to 232* 26 \
Inspite of all the schemes and subsidies, Indian agricultural sector suffers from various issues which will need a lot more work and better implementations. There has been no obvious solution of issues arising due to small size of land holdings, mimimum support prices and bureaucratic red tape.
Swach Bharat mission has been partially successful at best.
Implementation of digital measures meant to reduce red tape have had limited effect till now. Many people and govt departments remain unaware and disinterested in these changes.
SCORE: 7/10 If it was just the intention of projects mentioned here, this would be a full 10. But meaningful implementation of many of these projects is hampered by numerous factors like inefficient, corrupt bureaucracy, infinitely stupid and large population as well as mediocre planning. Some of these projects are longterm and the effects will be visible only after a certain amount of time. FINAL SCORE: 6.6/10 If compared with UPA regime, this one is miles ahead in almost everything. But this is not a good enough standard to improve upon. There have been some good efforts from top, but on ground implementation has been good in only a few. Some of the long standing issues like reforms in bureaucracy, agriculture and a few other fields which will take more than just good intent and announcement of schemes. LINKS:
Author Binary Options India Team Posted on May 22, 2020 May 22, 2020 Leave a comment on Are Binary Options Legal in India? What are Binary Options and how to trade them? This article is addressed to complete beginners in binary options trading. After reading it, you’ll understand these relatively simple financial instruments and why they’re getting more and more popular in India. Read more ... Binary option trading has no legal permission in India. Since it is no different from gambling, many countries including India has outlawed the binary option. if you traded at a regulated and licensed broker You have options. If you traded at an unregulated broker, will make it MUCH HARDER to take legal action. There are no licensed binary options brokers in India, so you will have to trade with an offshore company. However, the government does not step in, allowing you to freely participate in trading binary options. Of course, that also means there is no recourse if you lose your money, so we’ll remind you again to choose wisely when you open a brokerage account. For many Indians, binary options trading is seen as a godsend, an excellent opportunity to earn a second income or as a way to work from home, especially after the Reserve Bank of India forbade Indian residents from trading forex online. As a result, questions are commonly asked as to whether it is actually legal to trade binary options in India. Is Binary Binary Options trading legal in India? When it is about the binary options trading in India, it disappoints the traders. Unlike many parts all over the world, it has not got an absolute legal status in India. The main reason behind this is RBI or SEBI does not regulate Binary Options Trading. Therefore, the traders in India are yet to see some favorable regulations from the ... As per the guidelines provided by the Reserve Bank of India, binary options trading is legal on regulated brokers. Indian citizens are allowed to trade binary options only by using regulated brokers, such as IQ Option (regulated by CySEC, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission). It is illegal to trade these financial instruments on offshore, unregulated brokers (which we don’t recomme Is Binary Options Legal In India? I have searched on Quora and Youtube about this issue and also asked this issue with IQ Option team and here is all that I find out from them. 1) Talk with IQ Option Team and Olymp Trade Team: When I talked with IQ Option about this issue that why banks card is not working on your website and is it legal to trade on IQ Option they replied me this you can see ...
binary option trading legal in india - is expertoption ...
Is Forex Trading Legal or Illegal in India? Can I go to Jail for trading Forex in India? This video explains in detail what is the Confusion regarding Forex ... Binary options binary options trading binary option trading legal in india binary option binary options india binary trading in india binary options in india... In This Video Bhuushan Godbole Is Explaining about Binary Options Trading. Binary Options Trading is like gambling. As per RBI notification Remitting money t... Tags:is expert option legal in india,what is expert option in hindi,ExpertOption Review in Hindi,income tax on binary options in india,is binary options allowed in india,sebi binary options ... This is how I have traded Binary for the past 3 years. Thank you for watching my videos, hit the subscribe button for more content. Check out our members res... Hello guys, Welcome to our channel and talking about me I am working with a stock exchange about 5 years NSE Ultimate options Expert, join our biggest team o... Binary Options Trading is a Scam and Please avoid this kind of shit (Hindi) Let's find out all I collected all the information for you. If you enjoyed this video please like it and share with your ... Guys, I have tried to explain: IQ Option In India - Legal Or Illegal & How to Deposit and Withdraw From India - Using IQ Option from India. Please follow the... In this video, we will talk about IQ Option legal in India or not? Lot's of people asked me about is IQ Option legal in India/Binary Option legal in India? You can read complete article over here ... Is Forex or Binary Option Trading Legal in India Hindi-Urdu Detailed Video - Duration: 19:46. RD Singh 23,504 views. 19:46. Arnold Schwarzenegger This Speech Broke The Internet AND Most ...