[-] littleclover 3 points 4 months ago

Not just encouraging public transportion ridership, we have to lay out a favourable and comfortable infrastructure, starting by properly designing pathway for pedestrians, for easy access of those facilities. Otherwise, people will not choose it over private cars or motorcycles due to conveniency.

[-] littleclover 3 points 8 months ago

I think you guys need to touch grasses. My cousin literally dating a chubby guy but none from our family has problem with it.

[-] littleclover 3 points 8 months ago

Let's hope that the state goverment will not totally screwly her over

[-] littleclover 3 points 9 months ago

Once more PKR trying to lose more votes to the opposition.

[-] littleclover 3 points 9 months ago

I think mandatory should be the word that you should use. If the victim has been diagnosed by medical professional, then only they should be receiving medications from psychiatrist in my opinion. Otherwise, pyscholoist on trying to navigate their predicaments.

[-] littleclover 4 points 9 months ago

There's still a long journey to go through for lemmy so I'm not expecting it to be popular among people for the next 3 years. But as more and more corporate showing their stupid mindset and lash out more shenanigans, it's not unreasonable to be optimistic that people finally find and enjoy the value of the fediverse.

[-] littleclover 3 points 9 months ago

Meanwhile, Zirwatul Ahlam said youths including general labourers and the unemployed recorded the highest involvement in drugs in Pahang.

This is the actual problem that we should focus instead of worrying that the new drug is replacing the old one. I'm not defending that the synthetic drug is better than the organic one. The point is we have to rehabilitate them like a human and not treat them as criminals. The main issues that plague those drug victims is the fact that they have no other means of entertainment or joy, and the executive forces treat them like animal instead of being friendly to them. They should be handle by a professional medical doctors and emergency team instead of the police. But I sincerely doubt that traditionalists such as PAS and Bersatu really understand the issue and instead using moral high ground only to blame them as an example. Their actions will only worsen the mental and eventually the physical health of the drug victims.

[-] littleclover 4 points 9 months ago

Can confirm, all of my friends in Malaysia are gay and exciting here

[-] littleclover 2 points 9 months ago

I doubt that their ideologies and strategy will be compatible but who knows if MUDA is willing to share some progressive struggles with PSM. Nonetheless, it will be a valuable partnership for PSM as they struggled to pull out good result from the last two general

[-] littleclover 6 points 9 months ago

My depression seems to be well under control as I feel much motivated to finish things that I wanted it to finished. Feeling more productive!

[-] littleclover 4 points 9 months ago

The creation of monyet.cc and its structure reminds me of the early days BBS sites (you can see the comparison with the Taiwan's PTT BBS) in which the local interests thrive while complement each other at the same time. In contrast to BBS system, Lemmy is a decentralised system in which we can federate with other instances outside besides monyet.cc's own communities, and separate our online presence in different Lemmy instances. As an example, besides this account, I have another account opened at other instances dedicated for tech-related interests.

My opinion is that we should still treat ourself as a better alternative to r/malaysia for those who want to discus specific topics in a specialised community. It is a limitation of Reddit as it is dominated by English countries' users which might not resonate well with our local circumstances. But we don't seek for isolation, instead we accepts such openness in the condition where there is a place for us to express the issues in local context such as those in sciencetech. Example from the OP, Malaysian Vtubers are easily get ignored by the vastness of Vtuber industry. We may have a dedicated place for them in monyet.cc, either in the form of independent community or combine with other community such as Anime community.

The problem that we'll soon to be facing if the growth of Lemmy is continuing, is the lack of moderator. Who is responsible for the moderation? The creator of the community? But what if things get complicated and the creator is willing to let go the power? This question has to be considered when we are discussing the future of monyet.cc. Despotism could spike a lot of issues which is not ideal, we might need to have a democratisation of the moderation in order to place a heathy community.

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[-] littleclover 2 points 9 months ago

Old stereotype doesn't die off. We still have several steps to move on. In fact, the current generation still stuck at the traditional value where women shouldn't aim as high as possible and instead should be humble to be a junior part of the relationship. Not withstanding the current influence of the incel viewpoint to the younger generation. We still have much to go.

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