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02

Sep

nadiezda:

Sailor moon a la mexicana :p

Lo hice por diversión, talvez haga a las demás?

01

Sep

k-eke:

They just want you to dance after all ^^

(My version of Fnaf, after so many requests, because you’re so cool I had to reply and make something ^^)

I’m so bad at this game :x ! 

Il fait peur mais ça peut aller ^^ 

t h i s   g a m e

badhanni:

image

oops

voldey:

who did it better?

welp

(Source: honey-mp3)

strangelykatie:

Princess Mononoke print!

strangelykatie:

Princess Mononoke print!

31

Aug

pollyguo:

Will Graham from NBC’s Hannibal

pollyguo:

Will Graham from NBC’s Hannibal

30

Aug

ihaveseenthefuture:

joy-ang:

Cats putting their cute little butts anywhere they please. This will be available as a print at VCAF next weekend! #cats

totally buying this.

ihaveseenthefuture:

joy-ang:

Cats putting their cute little butts anywhere they please. This will be available as a print at VCAF next weekend! #cats

totally buying this.

xosailormars:

this is my favourite gifset on this entire website

amen

(Source: cosmoscauldron)

roachpatrol:

I have yet to see a yeerk in a flower crown, just sayin

image

it does not take many flowers to make a three inch slug the prettiest princess in the pool

THIS IS SO CUTE. I’M DYING.


"I wanted to breath smoke”.

awww yeah

"I wanted to breath smoke”.

awww yeah

(Source: azolitmin)

hoursago:

one of my fav feapersonal posts i just. really wanted to draw it

this is really important to me 

29

Aug

Marginalized people are not revolution objects

realsocialskills:

So, here’s a thing I’ve seen happen:

  • People get really into social justice theory
  • and then they read a lot from people who all agree with each other
  • and then they assume that everyone in that group agrees
  • and then, when they encounter someone in that group who doesn’t think that thing, they don’t know how to deal with them
  • or they’re rude and condescending

For instance:

  • Someone who reads a lot of disability theory is excited about the idea of acceptance
  • And, in particular, the reasons that mobility equipment is liberating and wonderful
  • And they encounter someone who is enduring considerable pain rather than use a wheelchair
  • And then they talk at them about how they just need to accept themself already, without listening to where they’re actually coming from
  • That is not respectful. It can sometimes be ok to express an opinion or offer advice (emphasis on offer; people can say no to hearing your advice), but it’s not ok to try and run someone else’s life, or to take control of their self image, or related stuff
  • Respecting someone has to start with respecting them as people who think for themselves, not trying to make them do what you think self-respecting people do

keep in mind that:

  • No matter how much you’ve read, you’ve never been the person you’re talking to
  • That goes double if you’re not a member of their group, but it applies even if you are
  • Having read a lot of social justice theory, or even being part of that group and having found that it described your experience, does *not* mean that you know better than someone else how they should be living their life
  • Don’t try to take people over, and don’t talk down to them
  • The last thing marginalized people need is yet another person trying to run over them for their own good. They get that enough already

People are complicated, and you are never the expert on someone else’s life. Reading social justice theory, and even being really insightful about what’s wrong with our culture, does not make you an expert on someone else’s life. Their life is for them to live and make decisions about. Marginalized people are not revolution objects.

Amen.

Sandbox, 8/28

crashwong:

I’m flattered that the fabulous Katie Jane Fernelius asked me to contribute to the Duke Chronicle’s Sandbox series! My piece, “Writing for the Dead,” is about processing grief, loss, and injustice through dark fiction.

no

no

(Source: yamazakisoussuke)

crashwong:

Ohhhh, this is cool. Here’s the prelim illustration for my story, “Scarecrow,” which comes out in Black Static 42 this September!

I’ve been delinquent about posting my own stuff here, but check it out—the illustration for my upcoming story is pretty damn sweet. ;3

crashwong:

Ohhhh, this is cool. Here’s the prelim illustration for my story, “Scarecrow,” which comes out in Black Static 42 this September!

I’ve been delinquent about posting my own stuff here, but check it out—the illustration for my upcoming story is pretty damn sweet. ;3