richardcristopolis asked: WHERE'S THE FUCKING FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE
I DON’T KNOW. WE GOT A PS3 YEARS AGO, BECAUSE WE SAID, “THIS IS THE SYSTEM IT WILL HAPPEN ON,” AND IT DIDN’T.
I think it’s why I can’t get into long-format video games. When I play them, I just think, “this isn’t Final Fantasy VII,” or “these graphics would look amazing to render Sephiroth in.” I’m a ruined person.
Anonymous asked: In regards to your most recent post: what are your personal thoughts/feelings on modern neutral pronouns (zhe, zir, etc.)?
Personally, I don’t like them in reference to me. I’ve always been perfectly happy with people using “she,” “he,” or as my wife sometimes does when writing about me, “s/he.” Maybe it’s because the modern neutral pronouns are so new to me that they sound weird as personal indicators, it kind of shocks my mind out of the conversation.
Still, that’s just my thing. I think it’s great that some people have found a set of pronouns that makes them happy and feel properly identified. If that’s someone’s preference, I would use them to refer to them without missing a beat.
Another “pronoun game” I’ve found in a lot of articles and from other agenders is using “they” for the most part, and their last names when necessary to refer to them otherwise. It actually works really well, so I don’t mind that either! Plus, Stiffler is just funny to say.