Science-fiction is too technologistic, but fantasy is too fanciful. At least as I imagine it. I have read a couple of fantasy (I think?) books, and I actually liked them, so maybe fantasy is okay. I used to like sci-fi in my childhood.
Or 42 if you count our kitten Fido.
Yes. Though I don't think not wanting to kiss a guy or suck a dick makes you homophobic. But I think men are less likely to want to kiss or have oral sex with another person of the same sex if they're not gay, and I'd guess they're more likely to be homoph[...]
A little trepidatious, not too much.
Literally too heavy for me to carry, that's why I can't feel anything.
I'd be happy that there's finally a One World Government.
I'm not sure, maybe getting a passport on short notice (I don't remember whether it was my mom getting hers or me getting mine or both), I don't remember how long the wait was, but it seemed like hours and hours. And they wouldn't let us sit down.
I don't know. I don't remember ever eating meat around people I knew were vegans. But I should be judged for it.
I'm okay, can't complain
It depends on what the Native Americans actually think. I used to think it was more SJWs looking for something to complain about than anything else (I think i'd heard about the Washington Post's poll result in slag's link), but according to that link poll[...]
Maybe. You could argue that touch is more reliable, because you can hallucinate seeing something, while I think it would be harder to hallucinate your hand being blocked in certain places and directions according to the shape of an object..
No, but sometimes I don't really feel like reading everyone's answers to questions, I just want to answer questions, but I read people's answers anyway because it wouldn't be fair for me to expect others to read my answers and not read theirs.
I'm not sure, I don't bother counting calories or finding out how many calories things have. I think biscuits & gravy has an obscene amount of calories? I've had that..