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Emily Schooley

All of the throwback photos with creepy looking Easter bunnies makes my life. I wonder If I'm going to someone's selfie nightmare fuel.
Spring for wine lovers is not about spotting the first Robin, but the first rose of the season. #foodie #vino
I mean, I am okay with them in small doses. But even knowing that I have superior genetic material to pass on doesn't make me want them.
For someone who doesn't love kids, I sure do a lot of work around kid-centric holidays.
I've come to the conclusion that stalking/harassing someone online is like taking a shit in their living room in real life
Chief Commissioner addresses families of lost loved ones and survivors about postponing regional advisories #MMIWG
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Hrm. Still not sold on the abbreviation as its hashtag. I'm open to suggestions.
Hokay. Notes on what will hopefully be the final, final audio mix and some perk fulfilment done for Life and the Art of Lying. #lataol #film
Huge thanks to @youcaring for promptly and professionally handling online harassment!
The two genders: mermaid, and eaten by a shark.
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Leaked NSA Malware Threatens Windows Users Around the World…
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A new update has been posted to Help Emily Recover From Trauma:…
And that's only after I started tracking time, which was after the first draft for sure. It will (finally) be done soon, though.
For anyone wondering why films take so bloody long: I have spent almost 260 hours thus far working on a 20-something minute short.
I had a dream this week that he - as Rumple, specifically - gave me the best haircut of my life. Random, but I wish I could remember what.…
I just helped an abandoned cat! through Care2!…
"Domestic cases are often draped in secrecy, which critics say reinforces the stigma" #VAW…
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Some good news from @globeandmail: Montreal is making more and more animated features.
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I always love when I realize people are as nerdy as I am. Hey @jaltucher: BSG, Trek, Stargate, or Farscape, if you had to pick only one?
We 'hop' you have a great Easter weekend! ;D
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A woman's place is in the revolution! #Resist with us on 5.1 in Pershing Square, LA for #MayDay17.
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Ahhh country living - where going to pick up Chinese food can mean needing to stop and help put a recalcitrant cow back in its pasture.
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Also, in closing, to anyone who thinks it's okay to stalk and harass people online:
I would finish that series of tweets up with a *mic drop* but I'm married to a person who does audio. ;)
For the people who have been harassed online... I see you, I support you, I stand with you. You are not alone, and you are not in the wrong.
The idea that women should just expect to be harassed online is toxic. The idea of "boys will be boys" is toxic.
to coerce or foce the harassers to stop their harassment, through whatever means is most effective. Real-world consequences are effective.
be allowed to offer unhelpful advice like "delete your account." It shouldn't be on victims to protect themselves, it should be on all of us
Until law enforcement catches the fuck up with the Internet wild west, and has effective means of shutting down harassers, they shouldn't
being publicly shunned and cast out from the group if their actions are known. Or at the very least, of their online rep being ruined.
way more effective in stopping the harassing, than when the person who is being harassed tries to cover it up. Most people are afraid of
It is just as important to shine a light on these cockroaches that are doing the harassing. Holding them publicly accountable has often been
Not only is it important for victims of harassment to still have access to their support networks, which are now often online as well as IRL
We also don't advise people to "just don't get robbed" or "stay away from anyone you think is a murderer".
We lock our doors at home as a reasonable measure of safety against burglers. We don't live in secret bunkers so they can't find us.
The current school of advice of "delete your account" is not fucking viable or reasonable, for so many reasons.
And, when a lot of it happens from a source out of province/state or that is less traceable (ie anons), it's harder to prosecute.
Most cops don't seem to have sufficient educations or agency to actually do anything about online harassment. It's really sad.
Pro tip: it's not okay. These morons are just - currently, anyway - exploiting a huge flaw in the current justice system.
For whatever reason though, they think it's okay to take their dumpster selves and light dumpster fires everywhere online.
The bottom line is that their behaviour is not okay. Most of them would be too chickenshit to even speak to people in the real world.
Or if they are bonafide psychopaths with zero impulse control. Or for whatever other reason they feel the need to stalk and harass.
I don't know if these people were dropped on their head as children or if they are just - still - so childish that they have temper tantrums
Even when you have previously tried to block these people from contacting you, the extremely petty and vindictive ones will still harass you
For whatever reason, people think that they are entitled to approach you and shove their garbage opinions down your throat.
Here's the "fun" thing about being a woman online. (Sure, men get it too but not to the same extent.)
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