Jeffrey Carl Faden (jeffreyatw) wrote,
Jeffrey Carl Faden
jeffreyatw

I redesigned my #rpgcomics site with an even more ambitious layout. Before, it was a side-scrolling pop-up, and now it almost perfectly emulates the program mIRC. So check it out.

I found out the one thing that makes me angry above all others. It's being ignored because I'm not superior. That's rather broad, but then again it's not the only thing that everyone gets mad about, and this, as far as I know, is the only thing that gets ME mad. I despise being laughed at. I don't like to be ignored. And most of all, I don't like being called a 16-year-old in context. I have such a 16-year-old mind. I'm only 16, I don't know what I'm talking about. That is pure CRAP.

I guess the term would be ageism (but I don't like using that term since it's often used by pedophilia-supporters). It's where people are segregated because of their age. Ageism is all right in some ways, like limiting the driving/sexing/drinking age, but in freedom of speech, it's just terrible. When kids speak out with their opinions, they're always put in the "kids" category. We can't have our voices heard without an age attached to us. The smaller the number, the cuter we are.

That's one reason I like chatrooms nowadays, because no one's dumb enough to ask "a/s/l" anymore. We just talk, no matter what the topic is. We don't say that we're so many years old in every sentence. Of course, it even goes farther than that. We don't show our gender if we don't want. We don't show our nationality. (#rpgcomics has many members who are male, female, older, younger, and in different locations than I thought for a long while). It's too bad that I still have to deal with the real world.

God, now THAT just sounded scary.

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