|"Constantine! What even IS my sexuality?"|
What they say VS. What they meanIf we want more women, men and non binary folk in our movement, we NEED to be more inclusive. Feminism is for all.BisexualMarshMallow
Weird and scary world of sexualityNot impressed by people right now.humon
I've made so much Cracked After Hours fan art where I over-thought the characters, and suggested things like Daniel having anxiety disorder, Soren fearing being weak because his parents were fucked up, Michael being a sad figure who is dimly aware that he's losing his mind, or that Katie is into guys acting like dogs.
That's all fine, but when I quote the series for saying they aren't straight or cis and try to suggest what they might be, suddenly I'm "pigeonholing it" and "being weird" and "too tumblr".
Is the idea of a character not being straight or a guy not minding being called a woman really that scary? I've even suggested Daniel likes to fuck machinery and that was a-okay, but oh my god what are these scary word demisexual and genderqueer!?
The series is all about overthinking stuff. The characters overthinks pop culture, and the fans overthink the series itself. I've seen it suggested that they're all dead and in the afterlife, that it's
12 cruel anti-suffragette cartoons... that honestly reflect antifeminists and egalitarians today.BisexualMarshMallow
Throughout history, there were people who did not want women to vote. Women would work, they would pay taxes, they would technically be considered citizens... but voting was for men. In America, when the right to vote was extended to include all races, all social positions, and all incomes, women were still not included. It didn't matter if a man was illiterate, had been to jail, or if he was the town drunk. He could vote, and a woman, no matter who she was, could not.
Women suffragists (suffragettes) began campaigning in democratic countries all over the world to change this, starting in the mid-19th century. Their campaigns were largely peaceful and dignified... at least by 21st century standards. But by 19th century standards, these women were abhorrent and indecent, making fools of themselves by demanding to be treated like men.
Why People Hate Tess Munster... and other happy fat peopleBisexualMarshMallow
Unless you’re someone who refuses to use social media, I’m sure you’re aware that plus-size model Tess Munster/Holliday has rocked people’s worlds by becoming the first model “of her size” signed to an agency.
Her size being five-foot-five and a size 22, which is a far cry from the industry’s standard of having traditionally hourglass-y figures that are a size ten. Plus models never wear above a 16/18 and are usually 5’8″ or taller.
Y’all. Tess is super short and super fat and breaking all the motherfucking rules like the super hero she is.
But changing the status quo is anything but easy.
If I ever want to mourn humanity, all I have to do is scroll through Tess’ Instagram comments. Kids, don’t try this at home. No, reall
I came here to post art, look at art, and to reach out my little grape viney arms to possibly connect to other people.|
I have a legion of characters, and three main stories I'm working on, my favorite of which involving the lovable antics of a drag queen who saves a naked blue-haired shape-shifting girl who falls off the top of his art gallery.
I'm seemingly incapable of writing anything below a PG rating, as I always seem to squeeze in naked people or man-eating beasties or both in my stories. At least those are my favorite to write.
But, you'll mostly be seeing my art, which is fairly mild. However, I do have this rule where I draw every character I have nude. Not all at once mind you, but it's just a thing.
I seem to be obsessed with naked people.
I'm a meme whore, and I love these stupid little plz buttons I also love using new vocabulary words just because I can. So if I've used a weird word in a message to you, that's why.
I'm a feminist, I'm pro gay-rights, and I advocate both medicinal and recreational marijuana