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2,10,15,17 for the queer ask?
2. how old were you when you started questioning?
lmao, way older than i should have been given how blatantly queer i was as a wee one and the fact that i knew a bunch of other queer people coming up. i think i was in my teens when i sort of put together "oh hey maybe the fact i feel way more intensely about girls and i have to actively construct my crushes on dudes means something.... this clearly means........ i might be a LITTLE bit bi maybe." followed by me hearing about the concept of being nonbinary around 20 and going "oh wow, that's cool, i wish i could be that instead of the cis woman i totally am all the time!"
young bert no
10. favorite queer character?
i mean, there's a few, but i do keep going back to klaus and vanya umbrellaacademy. also taako and that whole bunch. y'know.
15. gayest photo of you?'
every photo of me is the gayest photo of me
i did have to work to narrow it down (and did opt out of the ones where i am kissing people in a gay ways due to privacy) but here's a photo from the last goth prom i went to lying in a pile of women with my head 2 inches away from an ass
here i am in my stupid floral suit and docs
and here is one of me with rainbow hair winning a drinking contest against a straight cis dude
17. talk about your first pride!
i mean, there's not much to talk about- i've been going to pride on and off since i was really little and my mom took me along. (also protests and picket lines. again. absolutely unthinkable that i did not realize i was queer until later.)
i remember the first pride i went to not attached to parents- i was about 13 or so and such a dedicated ally. i ended up going alone, hanging out on an overpass that the parade crossed under with a bunch of cooler, older gay teens, and getting slushies with them afterwards. never saw 'em again but hey. it was a good time, you know?
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@doberbutts you might be interested in the first link in the post, it goes into many other breeds on show leads displaying flying trots
I have seen those links. My point still stands: a difference in breed history shows difference in structure, and probably needs to be considered there somewhere. The featured dogs are not in a flying trot and I would even call it dishonest to imply that they are. They are in a regular trot, and some of them a poorly angulated one at that. Look at the shapes the legs make as they cross over, how some don’t even cross over at all vs others have huge overlaps. How some of these featured dogs are single track vs double track. How high or low the head is as the dog moves.
These may seem like little nit-pick details but they are vastly important when examining a dog and its movement in comparison to breed history. What is also left out of the article is how fast these other breeds are moving and for how long can they keep the gait steady before tiring and slowing.
All breeds can double-suspension gallop, but I don’t see anyone arguing that perhaps sighthounds are the best at it, and specific sighthounds are the best at doing it at high speeds for incredible durations while maintaining balance with sharp turns and sudden stops. So if we can understand that about the more extreme-appearing structure of the azawakh rather than going “why don’t they look more moderate like greyhounds, those can double-suspension gallop too”, why is it so difficult to consider the GSD may also be unique in that regard?
Especially when considering that even well balanced GSDs will perform a flying trot with ease completely naturally when patrolling a fence line or when somewhat aroused on a walk.
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