Name: Kevin
Lives in: Staten Island New York
Email: kweinberg007@gmail.com

Personal Belief System: Chaotic Neutral / Atheist


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Psych Investigation Episodes: Foxes I

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Description: Imagine for a moment that you were different from other people. Imagine if you had powers most people could only dream of. What would you use them for? For Ethan, the answer is simple: money. Money, money, money. Unfortunately, his love of green wi...

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Psych Investigation Episodes Trilogy II (Books 4, 5, 6)

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The new PIE chapter has already hit 10k words. I'm gonna go to bed, because I have to be up in 5 hours for a flight back to New York. It's technically "finished," as in I wrote the ending to it. But it needs tremendous amounts of proofreading and editing, and I'm beat. lol.
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@HavocRock @Parogar

I just deleted my thoughtless comment and took out the end. Sorry again. 

Hello. I've been reading your work and rant books for a long time now, but I finally decided to get an account after years of neglecting my old one (which I have forgotten the old email to and just deleted it). I find your logic almost impeccable, although it's sad you have to use it so often when engaging with *cough* considerably...less logical people.

Anyways, thank you for providing me with great stories and a few outlets to yell, "Yes! Finally! Thank you!" with. Great person; you've restored some faith in humanity for me (that one tends to lose after being on the Internet too long).

Just the other day I was talking to my girlfriend Wind Bitch, and I was like, “Yo, Wind Bitch. Stop painting with all the colors of the wind and talk to me.”

I'd usually reply more but sometimes I get caught up in writing projects that sap literally every hour of my time. I wrote 10k words today, and I was at it for so many hours that I started in the morning and ended well after 10PM, almost 11
To clarify (because I get this question a lot)

No, I am *DEFINITELY* not giving up on QS. Not even a chance of that happening.

As for Catalyst, its sequel is uncertain.

Finally, as for Kiss of Dawn, that is DEFINITELY going to continue at some point.
Just to clarify.

Muslim women wear the hijab for God, not for MEN.

If you call yourself an egalitarian, feminist, HRA (Human rights activist) or ANYTHING along those lines, then what you are doing is you're calling them liars.

When you say that the hijab is a form of male oppression, what you're saying is that Muslim women wear it for the sake of men.

This is a lie, and it is incorrect.

They wear it for the sake of their God. So please: stop saying that the hijab is oppressive.
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Muslim women are a source of great confusion among all women's rights activists (feminists or otherwise), and quite frankly, I don't see why. It must be because they don't listen (the women's rights group).

I was recently in a livestream-based discussion with people who claimed that they just don't understand why Muslim women are so hesitant to get on board with feminism.

So I asked very simply, "How do you feel about Muslim women who wear the head covering?"

Most responded, "That's one of the things we're trying to get rid of."

^^ BOOM. Bingo. That's why. There's your answer.

Because if you would bother to take one FUCKING second to stop assuming you can speak for them, you'd realize that the hijab is NOT a form of oppression. They wear it proudly and it is part of their religion, and when you say that women's rights means trying to get them to take it off, what you're actually doing is trying to oppress them, not liberate them.

I wish people would get this through their head. All you have to do. Literally ALL you have to do is just SPEAK to a Muslim woman. Is that really so much to ask?

Instead of speaking FOR Muslim women, try speaking TO Muslim women. It's unthinkable, right? I know, I know. I'm a genius for coming up with that idea. I mean, who would have thought up that idea? It's a brilliant idea! Actually  trying to talk to one of them to understand why they're not supporting you.

Wearing the hijab is a choice. Muslim girls make that choice. That is the ultimate act of freedom. They do not HAVE to wear it. They CHOOSE to wear it. It is part of their religion. 

And I just get so annoyed when I hear feminists say, "Well, it's actually a patriarchal blah blah blah."

^^ No. You're being an Islamaphobe, and you'll never get their support until you respect their right to wear what they want.
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just created an account to congratulate u for your kind of writting that gave me so many hours of fun reading. Already bought 4 to offer and gonna buy more for this christmas gifts. To offer cause i dont like to carry around paper with letters, tablet FTW 
Keep it up