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Hazards of associating with straight people

2019-10-30 21:05:36.084557+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Blast from Waukee gender reveal felt over 2 miles away.

... "I looked at my neighbor's yard. Everyone behind me looked like they were intact.

Circumcision commentary?

In further news: Grandmother killed by inadvertently made 'pipe bomb' at gender-reveal party: Sheriff

RT lilith @bampersandand: �

It's just not fair, a cis walks up with a blurry ultrasound of a dick & they've got free rein to blow as much shit up as they want, but I struggle for 27 years to work out my gender & still don't have a single explosion to show for it.

RT Evil Midweek Cutie @EccentricFlower

When I occasionally make remarks about how gender should be weaponized this is not what I have in mind

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