Yeah thank you. I usually won't bring up things if they do not apply to me. The reason the word gluten is all over the place is partially because diagnosis technology is improving, meaning more people can return to a heathy mental state/body weight since more people can tell what's wrong with them, but it's also because gluten free is a "trend". I get extremely tired of people saying things like "yeah I tried that diet but, like, it didn't work." There's an upside to the trend though: more safe food on the market. Anyway, you make a very kind apology.Yes, I also believe in absolute equality, and think there is indeed such a thing as a bad 'feminist', in fact there are a lot who don't even really understand the word. I don't believe it means women are better, I think it means women are people too. For example, though, it affects men, too: women can wear pants but men shouldn't wear skirts, ECT. But I think it's actually rather amusing to poke fun at the 'extremists' who are actually going against basically all of feminism.
I should have taken your joke as indirect, I'm sorry. Thank you for notifying me that things will improve when I graduate. I feel sorry you also had to go through the hell that is public school in America, but I am glad you survived. Have a good day, make more memes
Oh hey you apologized! Thank you! I didn't see that somehow when I commented above. I would never request everyone in a workspace to go gluten free, but I would legitimately need a safe table to avoid getting sick. I do deeply agree that people shouldn't yammer on about it, but you must inform newcomers of it to avoid illness, so on occasion at social events I might sound like a bit of a broken record. I haven't seen what southpark did about it but it's probably amusing. Southpark is usually so completely zany I'm honestly surprised that people take offense at it. Have a good day!
Um it's a genetic disorder, not a freak-out. I legitimately have my immune system shut down if I ingest gluten protein over 20ppm. We have to buy "fancy" gluten free food, which costs loads more than "normal" food and means we have less to go around. Also kids at school bully me by sticking crumbs into my lunchpail, which makes me sick. I was diagnosed by blood test so I'm not over-reacting. I probably shouldn't have commented here though; I don't want to be the next braggy vegan. Please explain though, do you find anything bad or unfair about feminists? Just asking politely.