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Online hate & harassment Crash Override Network of the Anti-Online Hate Task Force: a network of former targets of online hate and harassment providing resources, outreach, and support to people being harassed and victimized online.Materials include a "one-page information sheet for employers [including schools and districts] whose employees are facing mob harassment" explaining "how online mob harassment works, what to expect, suggestions for positive courses of action, and some resources for employers who want to dig deeper" and lots of other help at their Resource Center on Tumblr. Self-injury - a treatment program, educational resource and professional network of the Self-Injury Foundation founded in 1966.In honor of Bi Week, GLSEN and bisexual youth across the country took part in a Twitter chat last Friday, Bisexual Visibility Day, to discuss bisexual student experiences.The chat topped off a week of celebrating bisexuality through #ILove BIself, a campaign created by GLSEN's National Student Council dedicated to highlighting issues facing bisexual youth, promoting self-care and working to erase biphobia.Mallory Ortberg, aka Dear Prudence, is online weekly to chat live with readers. (Sign up below to get Dear Prudence delivered to your inbox each week.Read Prudie’s Slate columns Mallory Ortberg: I hope everyone is sufficiently rested and hydrated after Pride!I myself am writing this from a supine position on a divan. : My son came out to me as bisexual about 10 months ago.Perhaps later I will work up the energy to peel a single grape. On the one hand, I do not love him any less and want to see him happy.
I want everyone to be comfortable but I don’t want to freeze to death every night. (By the way, landlords in San Francisco are legally required to maintain a minimum temperature of 68 degrees, just as a gut check of reasonable baseline behavior.) It’s time to call a good old-fashioned roommate meeting and find a mutually agreed-upon minimum thermostat setting.
Everything’s been great until it started to get warm.