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after my coworker talked about being gay, i felt comfortable talking about being aro and she seemed to accept it, yay. i haven't mentioned it to any other coworkers, but to a few, when it's come up, i've said i'm not getting married (or having kids), and i believe i've used one of those evasive phrases like "i'm not a relationship person" 😆
I do love me some executive dysfunction. I've been mulling over writing up an Star Trek fanfic series featuring Lore & his misadventures as an alloaro android, a DS9-esque sort of take, if you will, in the seedier sections of the galaxy, exploring android discrimination (& its similarities to ableism), and amatonormativity as lowkey allegorical themes. But I can't for the life of me come up with the words. Plot fires at warp nine in my head, but the actual writing isn't even on impulse speed.
Ah well. The words will come, or they won't, and the plot will die in my head. It's an "oh well" sort of thing. Regards.