I want fat representation. Because angelic does not have to be synonymous with lithe.
And as a fat individual I want to be ethereal too.
And I’m sure other individuals want to be too.
swear to god if you whine to me about “too dependent on technology” i will sneak into your house and take all your lightbulbs
The GOP has a plan to stop Wendy Davis: blatant voter suppression.
Women don’t like having their bodies policed, and are supporting Davis like no Democrat has been backed before. But Republicans aren’t fighting back on the issues — they’ve pushed through a Voter ID law that blocks the votes of countless Texas women.
Starting this November, Texans must show a photo ID with their up-to-date legal name instead of IDs like a birth certificate. That’s not a problem for single or married men — but it leaves a third of Texas women scrambling in a state with just 81 DMVs in its 254 counties.
The only way the GOP can keep Texas is by rigging the game. Women have the power to turn this state blue for the first time in two decades, but we need to help secure their rights first. Please, join us in calling on the Texas legislature to get rid of this unconstitutional Voter ID lawand stop trying to strip women of their votes.
DANGER! DANGER FOR TEXAS WOMEN!
fucking shit is this for real
people who can draw a star without having crossing lines in the middle really have their life together
I have a couple grand-scale, very detailed ideas going around in my head that I really want to get out there but I feel I'm not experienced enough to do them justice quite yet. In your opinion, would it be a better idea to work on them now as a web comicor something or work on smaller ideas in the mean time and just hone my skills and save the big stories for a bigger opprotunity, if it arises? (Sorry if the question seems wordy/overly explained) from mt-ninja
i think finishing work is a critical part of work, period. grand-scale is great but if you never finish and it never sees the light of day outside of your notebook, it’s not really anything, is it? for me, producing work, getting it finished and out into the world, and then moving on was super-important. bang out small stuff. build up to the epic stuff.
sometimes I run across completed songs that I consider failures, like “You Need A Magician In Your Life” which I wrote somewhere in between Get Lonely and Heretic Pride, and I think “what if you’d followed this path instead of the one that ‘Sax Rohmer #1’ opened up a couple of days later?” and then I get excited about secret hidden things because I’ll never know, and neither will anybody else
we’ve all got that weird pretty big secret that we don’t really hide but like we don’t flaunt it like “My brother died of cancer” or “I’m gay” or “I tried to kill myself last year” or anything really and when you find out somebody’s big plot twist you know you’re in this friendship for the long run
Hi there! Just stopping by to say thanks so much for following me. ^_^ Love your blog!! <3 from immaculate-insanity
Aw, thank you so much! <3 That means a lot! Your blog is great too! ^_^