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On being “the bad guy”

Neuroqueer Self-Realizations in the Algorithmic Envirusment

Publisher: Independently Published
Year of Publication: 2023
Book type: Novel
Age: Adult
Genre: Biography
Sub Genre: Apocalyptic · Contemporary · Dark · Disaster · Dystopian · Humour · LGBT · Memoir · Retelling · Why Choose
Language: English
Key Phrases: academic · COVID-19 · isolation · late in life autism · loneliness · neuroqueer · relationships · research · Self realization · slice of life
Spice Level:

The spice rating is in regards to the type of sexual content within the book. Below is a helpful guide (courtesy of Georgia C Leigh)

1= YA romantic, making out, MAYBE a closed door.
2= some on page foreplay and nudity but mostly fade to black.
3= open door, on page vanilla sex.
4= on page sex – hot or with kink.
5= erotica.

Have you ever been around people, yet still felt alone? Dr. bird has too.

Have you ever been around people, yet still felt alone? Dr. bird has too. Within the first variant of their envirusmental series, they revealed thirty years of their late-in-life realized secrets. In this second volume, they, literally and figuratively, Zoom in on the last four “unprecedented” ones. This includes them cutting-the-shit about how, half-way through their PhD, COVID-19 hit. And how, a couple years later, they added “Dr.” to the front of their nickname. In typical “bad guy” fashion, plague Dr. bird has more puns, cusswords, and trauma than all the answers on how to create our liberatory regenerative future. But, for now, they further diagnose how foundational U.S. issues severely sicken, disable, and kill us in the algorithmic envirusment. And,remind readers to drink water, do something nice for ourselves, and that we Abso-f*ckin-lutely deserve better than This Shit.

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