Stop buying shit new. Buy used clothes, books, shoes, tools, mugs, plates, furniture, cars. If you can get it used, get it used. Don’t let perfectly usable stuff go to waste. #solarpunk
i'm doing nothing and suddenly i'm about a #solarpunk reality show, that instead of having forced petty drama and people being eliminated or whatever, is just a bunch of people living in this self-sufficient house, and they give each other life tips, share resources and skills, and help each other be better
i can imagine like, a person who sews a lot teaching others how to pattern so as not to waste a lot of fabric later, people with a green thumb giving tips to not let your plants die, someone helping others learn how to fix broken stuff, things like that
and they would be teaching themselves, but also the public?? and now I want this in my life#
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I passed so long thinking I just couldn't feel things very good, because I could never relate to fictional characters and never could say "Yeah, I cried so much when X died in book whatever!"
Watching One Day at a Time and reading Magnus Chase really made me realise I couldn't relate because these other characters weren't like me. Because you can bet I will be crying my ass off seeing neurodivergent, lgbtq+ narratives.
I'm not fucking broken, they just failed to show me something I could relate to
lune. he/him. brazilian as hell. i'm kind of someone in the middle of all the mess.
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.