🙂 There’s a bar I like on College Street – or is there somewhere you’d prefer to grab a drink or a coffee? Person 1: …Wow, I think it’s pretty messed up that you’re just default assuming I’m a creepy rapist or something. That would be a lot more comfortable for me for our first meeting.
They have a background in linguistics, information, privacy, and categorization, and human-centric design.
They are the artist and writer for Robot Hugs, a twice-weekly webcomic about (among other things) gender, identity, feminism, mental health, and cats.
-Did you watch him make the drinks, or did you just take whatever he gave you? Even though the likelihood of you harming me is low, the consequences of the possibility that you will are significant…
-That’s what you get for meeting strangers from the Internet. RH: …and the social and legal support I would attempt to access to address those consequences are diminished and compromised because of judgement around my decision to meet you despite the risks.
If employers advertise posts at a low rate and plenty of good applicants turn up, they don’t need to pay more. The human value of the work they do is often very high, but there are people willing and able to do the job for comparatively low salaries.