I finally found my life's calling. I am a professional victim. I wasn't born a woman, so I'm still hazy on the amount of sympathy I'll be able to generate, but if I'm raped 5 times a year I should be able to generate enough income to match my degenerate expenses. Still crunching the numbers.
@MatrixofLe3adership Although I haven't read those books my feeling is that they are better suited for someone already living a life outside of an institution or at least close to seeing the light on the other side. I think that harsh dystopian themes are good for strong people who are deep in it trying to find the edge. If they are weak though it will spin them into oblivion.
I recommend Meditations by Roman Emporer Marcus Aurelius. His advice will just come to you during hard moments. Among the books I've read, no others have merited such extensive writing in my journal except 1984, and Plato's The Republic/Protagoras/and Phaedo. I'm always looking to expand that list.
@MatrixofLe3adership Don't let those pesky advertisers decide who they want to advertise to. All reddit had to do was stay impartial and let anybody advertise where they want. Now they're in a cat-and-mouse game of pulling support from every next-big-problem lest they be labelled supporters of the new alt-right or whatever.