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Profile for DysphoricUnicorn­č¬┐. Username @dysphoricunicorn, fedi.dysphoric.space. Role: admin

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languages English, German, may contain traces of Dutch

Very queer (relationship) anarchist tech worker who also has interests that don't involve their work.

You can read my blog posts on dysphoric.dev, if that sounds like your jam.

I am somewhat selective in which follow requests I accept, please have at least a bio or be mutuals with someone I know before sending a request.

Pronouns: they/them, she/her or nin/nins

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Profile picture: A Sims 4 character with pink and purple hair taking a selfie in front of a progress pride flag.
Header image: A Gracht in Amsterdam during the evening. There's multiple sight seeing boats visible. The picture is heavily edited to give the water a beautiful blue tint and boost the effect the street lights have on their surroundings.

Joined on Aug, 2022. 1152 posts. Followed by 164. Following 330.

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DysphoricUnicorn­č¬┐ . @dysphoricunicorn,
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I hope the emoji in my screen name is not annoying to screen reader users.

I'm doing this for an experiment that might take multiple years to be finished

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DysphoricUnicorn­č¬┐ . @dysphoricunicorn,
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Sometimes I get bad ideas that I have to make to get them out of my system. Today: This amazing sticker design.

I will probably not have it printed though ­čÖâ

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I put a 3D print (PETG) in the dishwasher for the first time today and i'm quite happy with the results.

it didn't get rid of all the calcium deposits (it's a toothbrush holder that gets wet and we have very "hard" water in berlin) but everything else got cleaned off and it didn't warp at all

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DysphoricUnicorn­č¬┐ . @dysphoricunicorn,
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I hope the emoji in my screen name is not annoying to screen reader users.

I'm doing this for an experiment that might take multiple years to be finished

Open thread