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causeimdanjones:

Weird-Arm Ladies… hmmm

I love all of this art. It’s so common to see weird arms on male characters, so it’s refreshing to see it on ladies. 

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thisgodawfulshittyfeeling:

shepardtaichou:

i want dragons to be a symbol of femininity. they are now. i just decided

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luscioushams:

Hey tumblr, meet my cat

Her name is Sugar

She’s turning 16 this month

And she’s just the best

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catkicka:

First digital painting of the new year is underway! I’ve really gotta get back into the swing of things. Off to a good start though.

I love so much about this piece. The nice bits of red, her realistic proportions, sensible hairstyle, and awesome-useful armor. 

I also suddenly want a cut-off blade. It looks bad ass!

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korranation:

HERE’S OUR BIG NEWS, STRAIGHT FROM JANET VARNEY! IF THIS POST GETS REBLOGGED 10,000 TIMES IN THE NEXT 12 HOURS, WE’LL RELEASE THE 1 HOUR BOOK 2 FINALE TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT EST ON NICK.COM!

No, seriously. Pick your jaw up off the floor! Catch “Night of A Thousand Stars” and “Harmonic Convergence” tonight at 8/7c on Nick…and then unlock the Book 2 finale episodes “Darkness Falls” and “Light in the Dark” online at midnight EST!

Let’s do this thing, Korra Nation!

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thekoolaidkid:

everyone in the pokemon fandom rn

THIS IS MY WHOLE LIFE RIGHT NOW!

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Ramble On: Chick-Fil-A Support Day and Why it Matters

lnewbz:

There is so much I could write about this Chick-fil-A ordeal. But after thinking about it far too much today as I passed the cram-packed franchise and read the barrage of “support Chick-fil-A” & anti-gay tweets written by neighbors and community leaders, I’m emotionally exhausted. I’d like for it…

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elizabethbanner:

We’ve been discussing sexual harassment and creepers at conventions recently, and someone pointed out to me that a lot of the stories of creepers we’ve been hearing about have been men (and women) who have been trying to approach a women (or man) and express their interest in them, but don’t really understand how to do so without crossing boundaries and being… well, a creeper.

That’s not to dismiss or erase the fact that our geek culture is spiraling out of control after years of being geared towards a hetero-cis-male demographic, and that a lot of our eggs are bad and can’t really see women as anything but sex objects. But I digress — there is the factor that some people just don’t get how to interact in these circumstances. 

Is it possible to approach someone you’re interested in at a convention without being labelled a creeper? Yes. It is entirely possible to do so. I’m not going to claim to be a relationship expert or anything, to be completely honest with you I’m currently typing this at my laptop at 1.30am with a glass of wine and waiting patiently for Mark Ruffalo to knock on the door to whisk me away from my life of being single despite not being terrible looking or a horrible, soul-sucking banshee demon, where I assume we’ll talk a lot about the US Healthcare reform and rage together about water fracking. 

But, I am a woman, I am (and I say this grinding my teeth and going off what I’ve been told as I don’t believe a word of it) attractive and I do find myself at conventions spending more money than any reasonable person should on X-Men merchandise. I have been ‘the girl at the convention’ and as a result I have been creeped on, verbally abused, followed, groped and photographed against my will. 

Let me get to the point, though — I’m going to share a story with you about a time I was approached without it being creepy or invasive at all. In fact, it was quite nice, even if I didn’t reciprocate or want to continue past friendly conversation. (For the privacy of the gent who approached me, I won’t be naming the convention I was at.)

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