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Gentleman Argentum

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Joined: 24 Aug 2019
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14 Aug 2023, 1:54 pm

Well, if that picture in the article was of the officer in question, she does indeed look like a lesbian.

Too bad the personality ruins it.

ASD, most likely have dyscalculia & BPD as well. Also dx'd ADHD-C, but don't think it's accurate.
RAADs: 104 | ASQ: 30 | Aspie Quiz: 116/200 (84% probability of being atypical)

Also diagnosed with: seasonal depression, anxiety, OCD

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14 Sep 2023, 9:57 am

Masking sucks.
I wish we could live a world where you could act like yourself without fear of being ARRESTED.
P.S. Really, that hurt the police officers' feelings? I've been called way worse things by other teenagers, but you don't see me beating them up.

"You know, I have a doctor friend I think can help you."
"Really? I'd like to meet him."


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14 Sep 2023, 10:18 am

I have been accused of looking like a lesbian myself and I have never called the police for that. I read the article and it sounds like she was just being blunt. That officer sounded like she was out of line and had no concern for anyone other than herself.


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14 Sep 2023, 12:27 pm

Police forces in the United Kingdom are known to often be lacking in any kind of reasonable disposition.

In similar ways to US police officers (police brutality and so on). Luckily they don't have guns for their itchy trigger fingers.


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14 Sep 2023, 12:33 pm

Sure, that's a little rude, I don't think she should be arrested for it.