“Treat all your secondary characters like they think the book’s about them.”
Good advice that I plan to follow
Transgender Rights in the Era of Same-Sex Marriage: Are We Forgetting the -
The United States moves inexorably toward granting equality to the L.G.B., but in the process, while still pronouncing that satisfying final consonant, we often, in practice, drop the T. No federal law offers protection to transgender people from discrimination in the workplace; the population sees double the usual rate of unemployment, and ninety per cent of transgender individuals report harassment, mistreatment, or discrimination at work.
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—Etiquette & Espionage, page 28
I haven’t done [a Doctor Who] episode set on Earth yet, and I haven’t created a new monster. And there’s part of me that feels… I haven’t scared anybody yet… The Cybermen have a few little scary bits but it’s running at about a 5 of 6. I’d love to a 9. I’d love to do something that sends adults behind the sofa too and makes them wee. Pools of wee. — Neil Gaiman on writing episodes of Doctor Who (via doctorwho)
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Spread ‘em around.