Kill la Kill’s Ryūko Matoi, as drawn by Hidamari Sketch mangaka and Madoka Magica character designer Ume Aoki
gendercool: when you’re not a boy or a girl and you’re not entirely sure what your gender is but man you are cool
I can’t quite decide if this is sarcasm or not. Were I attempting to be sarcastic and derogatory of all the trendy new gender labels, I would say something along the lines of “Hey all you hip trendy kids out there, here’s this hip trendy new gender label - make sure you use it before it gets popular, because that way you’ll be cool!” which is kinda exactly what this says.
look at this
unnecessary additional requests/demands to watch this, plus a warning for loud noise
garbage elk. it is shaking. its back is covered in candles which flicker ominously.
I know, I know, I should be working on my comic. But Whimbrel showed me a fursona generator. Or at least, it calls itself a fursona generator. Everything that comes out of it feels like some kind of strange and powerful deity.
I’m going to call him Candleback, He is the Shadow of discarded dreams. Every time you give up on an ambition, he knows. He remembers. And he will remember your dreams long after you are gone.
His favorite color is fuchsia.
There’s something terribly ironic about the fact that they offer this in Men’s and Women’s T-shirts.
Not even sorry
Hehe, you said “innuendo”.
Things overheard in our bedroom:
My Wife: “Who are you laughing at? Are you following fluffixaxion? You can’t have her, she’s MINE.”
Trauma survivors and victims are accustomed to navigating the world with the understanding that they will encounter things that could be retraumatizing. Trigger warnings were originally intended as a form of harm reduction — not as a final solution, or an isolating bubble for people to hide inside so they wouldn’t have to deal with the world. And while some people found trigger warnings useful, others did not: and all knew that even if society completely accepted and implemented them, that didn’t mean that they’d be 100% safe from triggering experiences.
This is what trauma does to you. It retraumatizes you, over and over and over again.
|—||On The Difference Between Trigger Warnings And Content Notes, And How Harm Reduction Is Getting Lost In The Confusion — s.e. smith (via mere-balderdash)|