anonymous asked:

I think that ' stop telling cis people to try out genders ' is taking something extremely out of context. The only posts and things ive seem is for people to not assume right away that theyre cis, that thry should explore their gender identity more as well as sexuality, critically break down what is them and what theyre raised to be, if out all of that you still are pretty sure youre cis they have at least looked into it and came out knowing and understanding better, watch out for those gatekeep

no no i agree! i agree that it’s good to encourage people to explore themselves, their sexuality, and the gender spectrum. awareness is key to a person’s healthier understanding of themselves.

however, i also think that it’s not good to go to someone who is decidedly cis after being exposed to trans/nonbinary culture and tell them to try. i know that most of the culture on this site is decent about not doing that, but i’m also sure that there are people who DO treat gender like an accessory, and do try to tell cis people to not be cis. forcing a gender identity on someone is bad in all cases. people are welcome to identify as they see fit.

A collab with inugumi  for Rosie.Valtieri over on furaffinity. This came out of a myster bag bought for $30.

Wow this one took a while longer than expected, but I think we’re both decently happy with how it came out. Thank you again for buying Rosie!

Check this out on the other artist’s page too! www.deviantart.com/art/Crystal…


Art © inugumi hidinghollow
Character © Rosie.Valtieriicon (Furaffinity)



I think I might actually be done with this thing! The grass looks a little cheesy but honestly, I’m not very good at stuff like grass >: I don’t think it looks bad. It’s def not photoshop grass brush levels… right? I’m very please with the sky though! I think the colors came out really nice. 

I’m just really happy to finally have completed this and that it looks decent!

Good news, everyone! I figured out Agent Mercer’s military background (because I think everyone in STRIKE came from somewhere), and it implies there is a fairly decent chance she knew Sam Wilson before she was HYDRA.

Just think about that for a while.

anonymous asked:

How are you sexy? Seriously.. I see other girls and it seems effortless. I try to make those poses and faces but I end up looking stupid and the same in all of them. I don't think it has anything to do with being "ugly" cause i've seen sexy ugly girls. I don't even know how to take regular cute or decent selfies. Please any tips or something

Well really .. It is effortless . Sexy isn’t something you should try for .. That shit just comes. It’s a feeling , my sex appeal came from liberation and my background in dance taught me how to use my body to give energy. Start exploring yourself , get confidence , figure out what makes you feel sexy .. Then you will be


The wtnv show was amazing! I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so hard in my life… (Excuse my shitty photo quality all of them suck and the only decent ones I got were at the very end) it was a bit sad they either never came out at the end or they did and I didn’t get to see them because we left. anyways I got two shirts and a poster, I really like them. The weirdest part I think was seeing familiar voices I’ve been hearing for the past year and a half come out of an actual person? Like when Cecil started talking everyone just gasped and made excited noises. Also the weather/musical guest was amazing
So yeah if you ever get to see them live, do it it’s super fun and it was an amazing show !

So I’ve been playing a lot of Lethal League with my buddies recently.(video with Benji coming out tomorrow) After our recording I found myself playing as Switch a lot.So he’s my new favorite!(new Bae?I think so! X3) So I decided to try and make him adorable! I didn’t expect it to come out well since Switch is a robot an I’ve never drawn a robot before.But this came out decent! :)  I’ve always found robots adorable so Switch can go right next to Bumblebee from Transformers! <3                                                                                                                                                

Give Brit Some Love

Feeling the need to rant about my homegirl

My love for Britney Spears began as a small child. Throughout her career I have supported her and defended her, and I will never stop that love and support. She inspires me every day, she is a phoenix and a fighter.

I think most Britney fans will agree with me when I say after her 2007 breakdown she came out HOT with Circus- everyone loved her again, and her songs were killer, but for the next few years, she never had the same life in her performances as she did before her meltdown. While Femme Fatale was a decent album its marketing/promotion could have been so much better. Britney’s overall marketing and promotion these days needs a major facelift. Don’t even get me started on Britney Jean.

Regardless of all of that, Britney seems to have truly gained back her confidence, spark, and happiness onstage with Piece of Me. I think her residency has been the perfect thing for her- the people who are able to see her show are true fans, she gets to stay in one place and be with her family, and she seems comfortable and more ALIVE than she has in a while. She looks amazing, and is killing the choreography- to see her grinning on stage and having a good time is all I ever want as a fan.

Because Britney Jean wasn’t nearly as successful as everything else Britney has done, you know her team was looking to make her next move “fresh,” and that’s how all of this Iggy bullshit has come to be. I truly feel like she needs to revamp her team- I don’t know whether this is Larry or someone else, but the decision to have her collab with Iggy was horrible. Whoever made this call is obviously out of the loop, and only knew about Fancy’s success, not who Iggy actually was. We all know Britney most likely had no idea what she was getting into, and just agreed to it because her team told her it would be a good move for her career.

In the end, it’s poor Britney, because those who watched the video will agree with me- she looks like she’s having a great time. She’s vibrant and she’s acting like the goofball we love. She NAILED the Billboard performance- watching it and focusing on just her- like damn. We all know she lipsyncs things, but the dancing, the bod, like wow. She hasn’t done a TV performance like that in a long time. If you were to swap Iggy out with ANYONE else, the song, the performance, the EVERYTHING would have been received so much more positively. Literally anyone could have been put in and it would have been a banger- Miley, Ariana, TAYLOR, Nicki- all would have accomplished the goal of making Britney’s next single “fresh.”

That’s why it breaks my heart, this whole “Feelin Myself vs Pretty Girls” thing, because Britney doesn’t deserve it. At all. Iggy, yes, but Britney has worked so hard to get where she is and is nothing but a good person. You know she has nothing but love for B and Nicki, and you know both of them have love for her. This isn’t Britney’s fault, this is her team’s fault. The last thing anyone wants is to kill her spirit. Leave Britney alone.


365 Days of Film(Animated Series Saturday}
Day 129: Psycho-Pass(2012)
Directed by:  Katsuyuki Motohiro &Naoyoshi Shiotani
Written by: Gen Urobuchi

In the year 2113, people are given brain scans to determine how likely they are to commit a crime. Those who fail are apprehended, or even killed(extracted from Netflix)

I hadn’t been so in love with an anime since Brotherhood. This truly is a gripping anime that went under the radar cuz it came out almost at the same time of SAO and SnK(both of which I already reviewed and are not as good as everyone else says). The story is great, the characters are lovable and interesting and the sequences are awesome. The animation isn’t the beat out there but it’s pretty decent. The mystery is well handled and the more you think everything is been resolved the more our characters enter uncharted waters.

This is a must see for any Ghost in the Shell/Cowboy Bebop lover.



  • demiromantic/demisexual: experiences romantic and/or sexual attraction only if a strong emotional bond is established.
  • grey-aromantic/grey-asexual: experiences romantic/sexual attraction rarely, not strongly enough to act on, only under specific circumstances, or fluctuates between periods of experiencing attraction and not experiencing it.

It’s Ace Day! Wanted to do something and came up with this… sketch? I think it’s a sketch. Soz for the quality - no decent camera and godawful lighting does that.

Tarot card design significance under the cut.

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I thought that the people on the stage might want to be a little bit aware that they don’t look like Jay Z’s minions. Madonna was pretty cool the way she cocked her leg up on that desk and signed the [declaration]. I think ultimately with the spiel they came out with, it was like, “Do these people think they’re the fuckin’ Avengers? They’re going to save the fuckin’ [world].” I was speaking to Chris [Martin] the day after, and I said, “Are you after a Nobel Peace Prize? Is that what you’re after?” They were like, “We’re going to fuckin’ save the music business.” And I’m just sitting there, thinking [imitates smoking weed] you might want to write a decent chorus for a fuckin’ start. Never mind fuckin’ royalties and the “power of music.” Write a tune. Fuckin’ start with that.
Since I’m in the mood to write and I’m hyped up on movie talk, here’s a douchebag’s top 10 favorite movies.

10. Pokemon 2000 (2000)
Allright, allright, I can hear you thinking, ‘’How could you possibly have a Pokemon movie in your top 10 list of all-time favorite movies?’’ But before you skip through this list, give me a chance to explain. 
I grew up in the Pokemon generation, and enjoyed it in all it’s glory. So this franchise has a lot of nostalgic value to me. 
I was 7 years old when this movie came out, and it is the first movie I remember seeing in my life. The animation was tight, the story was decent and it had some top tier musical pieces. 
For many this is just another child flick like many others, but it has a special place in my heart.

9. Ed Wood (1994)
I could talk for hours about how much appreciation and love I feel for director Ed wood and his movies, but that would take to long. So in his place I present to you Tim Burton’s masterpiece by the same name.
The movie is based on the true story of the eccentric sci-fi/horror director Ed Wood and it shows us how Wood lived out his dream. 
Wood is well known for making some of the worst movies in cinematic history, but even though everyone was against him, he kept going to make his dream a reality. Because his love for directing was stronger than any negative review that was thrown to him. 
It is a really inspiring  tale and I think that everyone that is interested in film-making should give it a watch.

8. Zombieland (2009)
The zombie genre has become as deadbeat as zombies themselves, we’ve seen it a hundred times and we’ll see it a hundred more times. But along came Zombieland and for me it was a breath of fresh air. 
All of the sudden zombies were something new and interesting again. Now, zombies in a comedy setting has been done before by movies like Shaun of the Dead and Zombie Strippers (I’m not making that up, it’s a real movie starring the actor that played Freddy Krueger) but Zombieland had something that made it more appealing. 
Maybe it was because of Woody Harrelson, Jessie Eidenberg and Emma Stone, some of my favorite actors, maybe it was the well written dialoge and subtle humor, or maybe it was because of Metallica in the opening credits. 
I might never find out what it was exactly, but what I do know is that I can go back to this movie at any time, and always finish watching it with a satisfied feeling.

7. The Dark Knight Trillogy
- Batman Begins (2005)
- The Dark Knight (2008)
- The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

It’s Batman. Do I have to say more? 
Allright I guess that I do, the number 7 spot goes out to these 3 movies because the feel and watch like 1 movie. You live along the rise of our beloved, caped vigilante and see him coping and dealing with how he is supposed to live his live. 
The camera work in these movies is absolutely marvelous and at times gives you the feeling of actually watching from the side of the streets of Gotham. And with the works of musical genius Hans Zimmer thrown into the mix, there is nothing keeping you from an ultimate Batman experience. 

6. Kill Bill 1 and 2 (2003/2004)
Again, a shared spot, and for the same reason as the last one. Kill Bill 1 and 2 are not 2 separate movies. Every scene of this movie has TARANTINO smeared on it in big, fat red letters, and I love it. 
It’s artsy, it’s over the top and it feels like a wild ride from start to finish. 
It knows when to take it slow and steady so it can blow you away with some of the spectaculair action sequences that follow. This movie knows exactly what it is and isn’t afraid to take full advantage of that. 
You’re on one of two sides with Tarantino’s movies, either you strap in and enjoy the wildest ride of your life, or you try to make sense of it all and you end up confused and bored.
I fall into the first category, and Kill Bill will be one of my favorites for a long, long time to come. 

5. Freddy Vs. Jason (2003)
2 world famous horror icons dishing it out on each other. What’s not to love? 
Y’know, apart from the overused cliche’s, mediocre story and stereotype characters. 
I won’t deny that this flick has some major flaws and I can see how many people would disagree with me on this, but I loved seeing Jason and Freddy kick each others ass. 
I loved how they used both of their home fields and weaknesses. It’s just a ton of fun to watch. 

4. 28 Days Later (2002)
Without a doubt, my favorite zombie movie of all time. The setting, the cast, the atmosphere, the music. Everything in this movie works for me. There’s just something about how the characters react to their surroundings and what is happening to them that makes it feel so real. 
But even though this is my all-time favorite zombie flick, there is 1 series that tops it off. How? Let me explain. 

3. George A. Romero’s‘’Of the Dead’’ series (1968 – 2009)
George A. Romero is well known as ‘Grandpa Zombie. He revolutionized the way we look at zombies and some might argue the way we look at the horror genre as a whole. 
In 1968 he came with the groundbreaking movie ‘Night of the Living Dead’ where we saw the zombies we know today for the first time, the slow, dumb and bloodthirsty monsters we grew to love. 
Romero brought this genre to light, and even though some of his later works (Diary of the Dead/Survival of the Dead) dropped a bit in quality, without Grandpa Zombie we’d maybe never had zombie movies to begin with. And that’s why he deserves a number 3 spot. 

2. Spirited Away (2001)
Even though you might not like the animu’s or the mango’s, the works of Hayao Miyazaki has something in store that everyone can enjoy. 
The focus of this particular movie is with a little girl named Chihiro, who thanks to a series of unfortunate events loses her parents to an evil witch and ends up working in her bathhouse for spirits to attempt and set them free. That’s about all I can tell without spoiling this amazing story for you. 
The film itself feels like a piece of art, the animation is absolutely magnificent. Every character is so creative and memorable, the music accompanies the animation beautifully and keeps you hooked from beginning to end. 

1. The Green Mile (1999)
When I think perfection, I think Green Mile. I can’t think of anything that I don’t like about this movie. When I first saw it, I was about 15 years old and I cried. I cried so freaking much that I had to be put on an IV to rehydrate myself. 
And no movie since has been able to touch me on such an emotional level. 
The movie centers around the prison guard on death row Paul Edgecomb, played by Tom Hanks, and a new inmate named John Coffey, played by Michael Clarke Duncan, who is accused of murdering 2 little girls. 
The film shows the last days of John Coffey until his sentence is carried out. 
Every actor plays his or her role perfectly, absolutely perfectly.
You feel what they feel, you think what they think. Even that asshole Percy is a great character because he’s the guy you love to hate. 
When someone asks me for my favorite movie, The Green Mile is the first one to pop up in my mind, and with that it deserves it’s spot on number 1. 

And that about concludes this list. Cya!

Convergence: Supergirl - Matrix #2 Review

I want to begin this review by telling everyone reading this that I think I have a decent sense of humor.  I’m no Henny Youngman or Fred Allen, mind you, but I know my way around a joke.  I also think I know when a joke has played itself out and if I didn’t, I learned firsthand last month in Convergence: Supergirl - Matrix #1.  The issue was also a total mess with misplaced dialogue, paper thin characterizations and not much of a story to speak of.  Because of that, the “humor” came off as a pathetic instead of clever and threw the whole issue off to the point of it being one of my least favorites of the Event.  It did end with Ambush Bug showing up so I had a little glimmer of hope that this finale would change everything and make it all worthwhile.  Did Ambush Bug save the day?  Let’s find out…

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