There's literally nothing but cowardice preventing the debate moderator from handing out Bat'leths.
Taking a little break now but if you were a kobold kid or home-type parent and a human (or some kind of stranger!) woke up in your village... what might you do to respond?
For example, my mom would immediately set this human to work Being Tall for her. And then reward them with stew.
Looking for funny and creative ideas. This is going in a free twine game, tho, so PLEASE specify if you don't want me to riff on/build from your answer.
My husband mows our elderly neighbor's lawn when he's mowing ours. luckily we both have pretty dang small yards, ours was a big reason in renting the house... but she just stopped by with a $20 so he can buy himself some fancy coffees as a thank you.
To us, doing things like uncovering her flower beds or mowing her lawn are mutual aid. But we also don't want to refuse her offer of kindness in turn.
Reading "Maintaining Disabled Bodies and Identities: Disability as Dirty Work" http://themaintainers.org/blog/2019/6/17/maintaining-disabled-bodies-and-identities-disability-as-dirty-work
"It’s not that disabled people cannot be inspiring or overcomers or warriors. It’s that, often, these are the only things they are allowed to be. It’s that there are aspects of disability/chronic illness that are painful, messy, joyful and normal that are not allowed to be normalized in the set narratives available. There are individuals who are willing (and waiting, and needing) to tell stories about the everyday experience of disability and illness, but who cannot do so effectively because, frankly, people don’t want to hear it.
There are few symbolic spaces in which disabled bodies are allowed to exist, fully and unconditionally—and as a result, few material spaces in which existing as a disabled person does not require choices to be made between maintaining one’s body and maintaining one’s identity."
"...some of the episodes are based on fictional adventures of Vincent Price himself, in which Price plays himself, while others have him merely introducing the macabre tale of the week..."
@gozer @Eweish Whenever talking about empty or destroyed cities, it's important to note whose bodies have been disappeared or destroyed. See Mike Davis on disaster fiction's racist history. We begin our fantasies of survivalism or utopia, etc. with the "cathartic" destruction of black, brown, immigrant and queer bodies.
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