nickelbackmidisonline asked: what is the coolest skeleton
replying to anons
quantification makes sense if you’re an anthropologist or historian, or if you have a specific disorder and objectivity helps you (though I’m told the MBTI is academically unreliable anyway).
But the land of personality type self-diagnosis for the masses is just hokey navel-gazing and I don’t think it’s a healthy or accurate way to view yourself.
It’s like turning on the radio in the middle of Hey Ya and deciding it’s a song about Polaroids. You’re missing so much.
edit: I’m not sniping anyone for taking these tests for fun or having an interest in them. There are entire forum and communities and tumblrs quite seriously dedicated to MBTI and labeling everything and everyone, and that’s what I find frustrating.
Nothing against the test itself, but the culture surrounding it (and stuff like those introvert-pandering articles) seems full of vanity and determinism to me. What ever “type” I am, I don’t want to know, and I hope it’s not the same in five years.
Mine is definitely “human soul reduced to pokemon stat”
WEB PRESENCE EXPOSED AS FORGERY
Shitty male creators is nothing new. Young internet communities have a great emphasis on the inspiring, educational and feminist, and personalities who espouse those things, but this doesn’t filter out abusers from rising to prominence, because they are very good at putting on masks.
What’s new is the ease with which victims can now come forward and have their stories heard and considered. Celebrate that.
Are you trying to get me going or
edit: A cursory glace at his own tumblr has convinced me he sucks
insufferable prick bad at empathy
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