Hi, I’m Abel, an autistic trans brazilian compsci student.

Hobbies: TTRPGs, board games, literature, AI artwork.

I do not argue with someone making deliberate bad faith arguments. There is nothing we can accomplish that’s positive.

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I’m running a 3060 with 12 GB VRAM on a 2014 rig. Can confirm it works well, the only sad part is the random all-computer crashes sometimes.

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pro tip

I’m not in the US

even if I was it’s my right to find political debate in the internet something not worth getting into


Atheists, is there anything religious that sticks with you to this day?

I am Ganesh, an Indian atheist and I don’t eat beef. It’s not like that I have a religious reason to do that, but after all those years seeing cows as peaceful animals and playing and growing up with them in a village, I doubt if I ever will be able to eat beef. I wasn’t raised very religious, I didn’t go to temple...


Same. I particularly love those. Matthew is a bop:

Matthew 26: 52

“Put your sword back in its place,” Jesus said to him, “for all who draw the sword will die by the sword.”

and similarly

Matthew 7:1-2

1 “Judge not, that you be not judged. 2 For with what judgment you judge, you will be judged; and with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you.

Matthew 5:27-29 - Adultery in the Heart

27 “You have heard that it was said to those of old, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ 28 But I say to you that whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart. 29 If your right eye causes you to sin, pluck it out and cast it from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, than for your whole body to be cast into hell.

Word by word: It doesn’t matter what women wear, if you can’t restrain yourself then take your eye out.

Matthew 9:12

When Jesus heard that, He said to them, “Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. […]"


Ye. There aren’t people who believe you can’t be moral without being religious (christian) for nothing. Christianity has actually a lot of good messages.


o where


Hi there, made you a mod of this community since I’m leaving lemmy and you’re the last active user

Abel, (edited )

Universities here don’t have official clubs. There are some shenanigans people get into, but they aren’t sponsored or even organized unless they serve some societal or educational purpose. It’s also a bit hard to learn about them. My best bet is paying attention to the boards in the corridors and at the library because the good ol’ A4 sheet ad is immortal. Even then it’s rare for new stuff to get advertised. Maybe if I make a habit of going earlier once a week to scour every campus for new ads.

I can’t get into more classes right now. I can only change my classes at the start of each semester and for mental health reasons I only take 2, max 3 classes at once. The issue is that all my teachers lumped their 4 classes in the week to be lectured consecutively, which is why I only go two days on a week.

How far is the commute?

40 minutes on the bus, 15 on a private taxi. My city has good traffic but even the bus is a bit expensive. Each ride is about a minimum hourly wage and the private taxi is double that. I won’t go by bike because I would have to cross two avenues and a busy highway. But going to university just to hang about scouting for people feels silly.

Join something that is obviously designed for another major. IEEE or a poetry club or cuisine club.

That’s actually a good idea, since I mingle way better with humanities students than my fellow compsci students.

Thanks for your answer :)

Abel, (edited )

This is hard since I study CS. It’s a pretty individualistic setting where people usually study by watching videoclasses and doing lone projects. The study group is usually the clique you make on the first month of classes. Ever since my first two cliques dissolved as people dropped out I found myself pretty much stranded alone on academical matters.

I live in Brazil and the night is scary. Parks are dominated by the homeless and addicts. Gas stations are usually inhabited by conservative folk I’m far too queer to mingle with (this entire country but the southeast is basically a red state). No metros here and the bus station is also somewhat of a dangerous place at night.

On sports, school was already a nightmare. Always picked off last, didn’t have reflexes, didn’t even have the strength to throw the ball to score on basketball. Maybe martial arts. They’re usually cool.

Thanks for your reply.


Yeah it’s bloody weird but usually they start it (looking at me and smiling). Always because I look very butch and they’re lesbians.


Probably. I suspect she isn’t a fight starter/pickoff like how I see her being played rn.


Ye she was just buffed on an emergency patch.


Snap packages and Red Hat turning Open Source stuff into Closed Source.


It sounds very good not to have any Unemployed people, but the more you think about it the more dystopian it gets.


How do you find communities for this thing? I only hit a lot of erotica and japanese-chinese groups.

For non-English folks, what are some books and other media in your native language you'd recommend to others?

I enjoy challenging myself sometimes to try and read or follow other media in other languages besides English, and although I could skim over bestselling or top/best of lists in other languages, if those are anything like their English contemporaries, I imagine odds are they don’t catch some of the lesser known yet still...


Also, a lot of poetry/music. Unfortunately the spirit gets a bit lot in translation. I’m of the popular opinion that romance languages are the best for them, but the unpopular one that french sucks to hear and brazilian portuguese-spanish-italian are so much better.

As for books, Senhora. It’s about a rich woman who “buys” a man in a marriage contract and makes him jump loops as her whims. Written in 1875, 50+ years before women could even vote.


Honestly I still discuss online but it’s very rare. Mostly with teenagers since they are usually more open.

There is a problem of even where to confront with reason. Most of the time you hinder more than you help on mainstream social media, because more comments on a post will boost it on the algorithm and distribute the original poster’s message further while they remain wilfully ignorant.

Abel, (edited )

Wireless headphones. The original goal was working out and I didn’t want to carry my cellphone on the hand. I never went to work out, but it turns out to be very convenient when my neighbors are being loud, since it has noise cancelling, and also for chores.

Also, some better clothes. For context, I’m FtM. My sister and mother are vain and buy chic clothes like every month, so I always had a surplus of hand-me-downs. I didn’t want to buy more clothes because I already have perfectly serviceable unisex clothes on my closet, but when I donated out all my feminine-cut clothes and shoes I found myself lacking clothes so, yeah, I went and bought the stupid clothes. I fucking love them and wear them on every opportunity I get. They make me feel so much better :)

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