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yuriandtea:

Satsuki! Nonon! Sparkles! Yuri!

yuriandtea:

Satsuki! Nonon! Sparkles! Yuri!

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truebjdconfessions:

I’m pretty tired of hearing that the “bjd community is toxic.” That’s like saying the the music community is toxic because of YouTube commenters. The bjd community is delightful, it’s this specific area of the bjd tumblr community that seeks out drama and kindles cyber bulling that is the problem. If you’re hanging out here then get used to it. If you don’t like it, join the rest of the community elsewhere.

~Anonymous

So, it’s better to just say ‘get used to it or get out’ than to accept that this is a problem that we should work toward fixing? It doesn’t matter that this is the ‘only’(heads up it’s not) part of the community is bad, because the shitty stuff is what everyone sees and what everyone focuses on. It’s like the homestuck fandom- so much of that fandom is full of wonderful, sweet, and considerate individuals. What everyone focuses on and knows about is the horror stories- the grey bathtubs, the wrecked towels. It gives the entire fandom a bad name, just like people in the doll community being absolute assholes to each other on tumblr gives the group as a who a bad reputation.

And you say to join the community elsewhere, but where? Den of Angels is invite only, and inaccessible to many people in the community anyway because of the types of dolls they might have. And Facebook might be an option for some, but to others the formatting isn’t user friendly, or they might not have or want a Facebook account, or might not be able to have one due to parents, or because they need to stay away from people who could find them on there. Keep in mind that Facebook is now trying to get everyone to only use their legal names. There -are- other options like castaways or dairyland(if you happen to live in the Midwest) but for a great deal of people, tumblr is the most accessible, and often the first place they see doll stuff, and therefor they see all the awful shit that goes down, and form a large part of their opinion on that.

slimedeath:

girijasu:

slimedeath:

demiflower:

being a cishet looks boring why do people do that

Idk maybe bc sexuality/gender isnt based on how cool or interesting an individual wants to look

yeah but why be boring when u can be awesome and not cishet

yeah but why treat lgbt+ identities like some trendy fashion accessory that ppl can just slap on to look cool when u could not act like a complete idiot

Source:demiflower-remade43234

the-real-seebs:

coolghost:

amazing that there are living humans out there who have chosen to label other groups of people “justice warriors” and align themselves as directly opposed to them. opposed to justice. look in the mirror. tell yourself “i hate justice”. do you feel like a batman villain yet.

So,…

Source:coolghost

sushiobunny:

Art by Sushio for the 本能寺学園第一回生徒襲会 event.

Source:twitter.com
thehomosexuals:

DO YOU SEE THIS. DO YOU SEE THIS SHIT. THREE DOLLARS. THREE DOLLARS FOR A GODDAMN FULLSIZE WEBKIN. WHEN I WAS A KID YOU COULDNT EVEN BUY A WEBKIN’S LEGS FOR THREE DOLLARS BUT NOW THEYRE JUST SELLING OFF THE FULLSIZE GODDAMN WEBKINZ IN MARSHALLS FOR THREE WHOLE AMERICAN DOLLARS. WHAT THE FUCK


Where the fuck are you? Webkinz here are still like 10+ dollars :c

thehomosexuals:

DO YOU SEE THIS. DO YOU SEE THIS SHIT. THREE DOLLARS. THREE DOLLARS FOR A GODDAMN FULLSIZE WEBKIN. WHEN I WAS A KID YOU COULDNT EVEN BUY A WEBKIN’S LEGS FOR THREE DOLLARS BUT NOW THEYRE JUST SELLING OFF THE FULLSIZE GODDAMN WEBKINZ IN MARSHALLS FOR THREE WHOLE AMERICAN DOLLARS. WHAT THE FUCK

Where the fuck are you? Webkinz here are still like 10+ dollars :c

Source:thehomosexuals
Anonymous
What's your opinion on nounselfers? The general assumption is they're delegitimising trans issues; I can't judge that because I'm cis but I think they're fucking annoying and confusing. I'm tempted to say anyone who wants to claim a nounself pronoun should first hold a conversation referring to themselves only by that pronoun and see how hard it is to do.

the-real-seebs:

My opinions are complicated, but basically:

Those aren’t pronouns. They are complicated nicknames which change spelling depending on where you put them in a sentence.

Pronouns are a grammatical feature of a language which exist for the convenience of speakers. There are few pronouns, and you learn them all early on, and it is absolutely vital to their effective use that basically everyone who knows the language can recognize all of them instantly.

We could probably add a gender-neutral singular pronoun to English, and I think it might be useful to do so. But it would take significant organized effort and a generation or two.

But you can’t have a ton of “pronouns” where people are specifically inventing new ones to have one that no one else is using, because they cannot possibly work like pronouns.

In general, third-person pronouns are virtually never used by the people they refer to, nor are they used in conversations with those people. You refer to yourself as “I/me”, and the people you’re talking to refer to you as “you”. It’s only when someone is talking to someone else about you that the third-person pronouns come into play, and the purpose of those pronouns is to make their communication more convenient and effective.

Also, personally, I feel pretty comfortable in believing that people can have reasoned opinions on topics regardless of their personal identity. It makes sense to ask you to defer to or listen to the opinions of people with more direct experience, but there are aspects of this where it would make more sense to ask cis people about them than to ask trans people. For instance, trans people are going to be the experts on whether they feel that their experiences are being appropriated or mocked.

But you know what they can’t answer? They can’t answer the question “does this undermine the credibility of trans experiences with cis people”. Which is a real question, and a possibly-significant one from an activism standpoint. But if you’re trans, you’re not going to suddenly stop being trans because of some kids on the Internet playing word games. But if you’re not trans, and few to none of your immediate social circle are trans, you might be in a position where it was possible for something to make you more or less confident that trans people have real and meaningful experiences which they are trying to address by transitioning and requesting different pronouns. And that’s something that can only be answered from the outside.

Tumblr’s fascination with excluding people from conversations is really stunningly unhelpful.




trynottodrown:

some tiny nudis

(sources: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10)

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dragonsateyourtoast:

charlesoberonn:

Please don’t tell girls “The boy who’s picking on you actually just likes you”

Even if it’s true, you shouldn’t teach girls to respect that sort of affection.

And you should definitely not teach boys that expressing their attraction to women through violence and disrespect is ok.

THANK YOU

While I agree with this post, I want to point out there is a psychological term for acting the opposite about someone/thing than how you really feel. I will check my textbook in the morning for it, if I remember. I found it interesting.

Source:charlesoberonn



satsuci:

a quick 15 min doodle in honour of the ova ;v;

satsuci:

a quick 15 min doodle in honour of the ova ;v;

Source:kiryuwitch