Ruminations Part 5 – Joseph Carrabis (was/could be/might have been) (Personal Pronouns in Fun and Earnest)

My first rumination can be found at Ruminations Part I – “Your eyes are completely healed” My second at Ruminations Part 2 – Numbers lead to informed decisions Rumination Part 3-1 is Ruminations Part 3 – Sensitivity Readers, Part 1 Rumination Part 3-2 is Ruminations Part 3 – Sensitivity Readers, Part 2 Rumination Part 3-3 … Continue reading “Ruminations Part 5 – Joseph Carrabis (was/could be/might have been) (Personal Pronouns in Fun and Earnest)”

Ruminations Part 4 – I can’t talk to women anymore

(This post originated as “Ruminations Part 3 – Sensitivity Readers, Part 5 – I can’t talk to women anymore”, but I’m tired of the sensitivity reader thread, aren’t you?) My first rumination can be found at Ruminations Part I – “Your eyes are completely healed” My second at Ruminations Part 2 – Numbers lead to … Continue reading “Ruminations Part 4 – I can’t talk to women anymore”

Ruminations Part 3 – Sensitivity Readers, Part 3 – I Take a “Writing the Other” class

My first rumination can be found at Ruminations Part I – “Your eyes are completely healed” My second at Ruminations Part 2 – Numbers lead to informed decisions Rumination Part 3-1 is Ruminations Part 3 – Sensitivity Readers, Part 1 Rumination Part 3-2 is Ruminations Part 3 – Sensitivity Readers, Part 2 Now, once you … Continue reading “Ruminations Part 3 – Sensitivity Readers, Part 3 – I Take a “Writing the Other” class”

Ruminations Part 3 – Sensitivity Readers, Part 1

The ambiguously unidentifiable individual of non-specific ethnic persuasion drove up in a vehicle demonstrative of no specific class or financial status. Exiting their vehicle, they partook in an activity anyone of any belief system would partake in.In a vertically challenged metaphoric way, they were boring as hell.However, their PCness exuded from their ambiguously tinted and … Continue reading “Ruminations Part 3 – Sensitivity Readers, Part 1”