dismantling saneism & ableism, & abolishing psychiatric incarceration, is inextricable from abolishing police & prisons, because psych hospitals are prisons.

that's all.

end post.

jk, here's some more:

an art piece. the bottom layer is paperwork from a psychiatric prison; the words "hospital stating that / said that the election of Donald / reported suicidal ideation with a plan to / The respondent was awaiting voluntary / "boy problems" and "rapist parents" / would be a "magical cure" / acknowledges / always in a "mixed episode" / "for voluntary treatment and respondent:". the top layer is handwriting in black digital pencil, which says: "i find it laughably ironic that since i became the kind of person whites call the cops on, & was psych imprisoned, most "abolitionists" i've met have treated me like absolute shit [drawing of a heart]".

screenshot of some ANTIHEROINE. drafts.the text reads:  Header: Drafts Menu: Draft posts / All access / All authors / All Tags people in mental crisis are forced to seek carceral help because their own communities don't care for them enoughBy Rabia, 水仙 SHUIXIAN. in suicide3 days ago• Draft abolishing the police & prisons means you all need to learn how to take care of us suicidal people people betterBy ANTIHEROINE. - 3 days ago• Draft you're not an "abolitionist", you're just a saneist ableistBy ANTIHEROINE. - 3 days ago

if i had to objectify myself, i'd say that sometimes i feel like my life was just meant to be a social experiment to see how people, especially "good people" (newsflash: even fascists think that they're "good") & "leftists" & "anti-capitalists" & "abolitionists" & "mutual aid organizers" & "social justice activists", could respond to extreme violence outside of the state, & everybody i've met before very recently, has spectacularly failed.

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image 1:

an art piece. the bottom layer is paperwork from a psychiatric prison; most of the paper is blurred out. the visible words are: "hospital stating that / said that the election of Donald / reported suicidal ideation with a plan to / The respondent was awaiting voluntary / "boy problems" and "rapist parents" / would be a "magical cure" / acknowledges / always in a "mixed episode" / "for voluntary treatment and respondent:".

the top layer is handwriting in black digital pencil, which says: "i find it laughably ironic that since i became the kind of person whites call the cops on, & was psych imprisoned, most "abolitionists" i've met have treated me like absolute shit [drawing of a heart]".

image 2:

screenshot of some ANTIHEROINE. drafts.
the text reads:

Header: Drafts

Menu: Draft posts / All access / All authors / All Tags

Draft Titles:
people in mental crisis are forced to seek carceral help because their own communities don't care for them enough
By Rabia, 水仙 SHUIXIAN. in suicide
3 days ago
• Draft

abolishing the police & prisons means you all need to learn how to take care of us suicidal people people better
By ANTIHEROINE. - 3 days ago
• Draft

you're not an "abolitionist", you're just a saneist ableist
By ANTIHEROINE. - 3 days ago


trigger warning: r*pe, v**lence, & "abolitionist" hypocrisy

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after all...

the man who raped, abused, & told me he would murder me/help me kill myself, in 2014, was a vegan man of color, father of two children, & tech worker who called himself a prison abolitionist, too.

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