If you have not heard of XOJANE, feel free to educate yourself with this romantic gem, this gross one, this odd one, or this parody.
Is a seedy confession or a peculiar perspective enough to make an
article? I, the man who has neither anything interesting to confess nor
an odd perspective, think not! These articles used to pop up in my
newsfeed and I would click them, instantly regretting it.
I also don’t think Kimberlé Crenshaw’s intended usage of the term intersectionality
is a method by which you hit on your coworkers. Although statistics,
the alleged arbiter of reality, says that a large percentage of people
meet their significant other through their work, I don’t recommend
seeking love in the workplace or work in the loveplace. The point is the
two shouldn’t mix professionally or grammatically. I was thinking about
this as I wrote this comic. Isn’t it weird how in workplace stories,
romance always happens at the job? Two young cancer
doctors find a cure, but also a way into the bone-zone. Sure, it keeps
the story unified, but how unrealistic is that? Neither your boss nor
the sexual harassment laws favor looking for love at the workplace, but
we keep putting it in stories!
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