Sometimes a dream takes you somewhere you wouldn't have expected. This is a story of a girl who was deeply moved by her saddest dream ever.
What do people mean when they say they "identify" with a character? I argue that most of a time, it's empathy, and identification comes with customisation, but I may be wrong, hey!
I have had a discussion with a new friend I made in Montréal, who told me she went to a speed dating event and it was a lot of fun. So she suggested I should go to one and I rapidly replied I couldn't attend such an event, not because I don't like the concept (I did say it was a weird concept, but hey, don't you agree?), but because I'm just unable to do so.
It looks like a movie review at first, but the real subject actually starts at the second paragraph.
I went to see Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle last week, and I might say, it was a very good surprise. I didn't expect much, so it went beyond my expectations. First, it's a good entertainment. Dwayne Johnson and Karen Gillian are two of my current favourite comedians and I don't think a movie can really fail on the humour side if they're attached to it. [...]
The fact that Dune -Ya takes our side is a great things. She posted a lot of awesome messages about transgender inclusion, and I thank her for that, but as she said in a later tweet, she got really mean replies to that message, and didn't know why people are so mindlessly cruel. And I don't know either. [...]
I've been playing RPG with a small group of people for a few months and we are having a lot of fun. Except when they start misgendering me, which usually is just a "slip". It's inconsequential, right? RIGHT? [...]