I like FOSS and a lot off FOSS ideals, but I don't particularly like the community that tends to evolve around FOSS projects. In my experience, they tend to be aggressively pragmatic and petulant at the expense of the voices of people who do not enjoy the relative privilege required to hold dearly to those ideals while struggling under the jackboot of capitalism.
It's not everyone or every project, but it's pervasive enough that if you are part of or are building a community within that ideosphere, you should probably put something in place in your dev process and community moderation practices that address it because, well, you're probably just not seeing it.
So, remember about a month ago when stuff about the Linux Fox Girl went around? Someone reportedly tracked down Alan Mackey, and got his blessing on giving her a name (Xenia), and accidentally confirmed the character to be trans.
being an enby but also identifying with your assigned gender is a bit like dual booting your computer, sometimes using the assigned operating system "because it works and that's what came with it" and sometimes downloading a new os and giving that os a spin as you gradually begin to start using the new os rather than the one that came preinstalled with your computer when you first got it
wait, microsoft had brick and mortar stores?
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