anxiety - but + 

@luna *attention!*
please gently the buny


mh - ish 

@CornishRepublicanArmy i blame my ADHD.
and yes it's definitely a specific niche but it's also one of very few online places where you can communicate in sign language. unfortunately since you don't have quite as much control as you need over your hands you have to change the way you do many words and that's why there are VR dialects. there's even a place you can go to to help teach you how to speak VR sign language and it's got all sorts of information and a complicated but really neat system where you can press a letter or a word and then there's a short video showing you how to do that letter or word

@CornishRepublicanArmy i think so, yeah, but there's a lot of different communities and stuff on VRChat and i think i can find a comfortable space to exist in sometimes there. hell if i end up with a VR headset and learn ASL there's actually a couple VR specific ASL dialects and an entire deaf community there that's apparently very nice

i wanna play VRChat now but i don't have my desktop set up..
and i've never played VRChat..
and i don't have a VR headset so it wouldn't be as good..



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