~~dramatic~~

hetalia in high school

england:

america:

france:

russia:

china:

japan:

italy:

germany:

canada:

prussia:

hungary:

austria:

*dramatically demonstrates feelings through piano playing*

switzerland:

sweden:

finland:

iceland:

norway:

denmark:

spain:

romano:

An official statement

It’s unfortunate for us to have to say, but we’re going to officially stop the project entirely by April 30th. We’re going to remove our PayPal donation link from our blog as well as our Go Fund Me page from their website on April 15th, and we’re going to stop accepting clothing/Amazon donations on April 30th. 

We’ve been doing our best to keep the project alive by hosting bake sales at over a dozen local high schools and colleges to support our shipping expenses, but we just aren’t receiving the monetary support we need in order to continue sending packages to the underprivileged trans men and women who request our assistance. We have enough to hopefully last until mid to late April but even that’s a stretch. 

Ever since mainstream media dropped Leelah, our support dwindled dramatically and we don’t have the support we had when we first started. As of right now, our care packages are simply make-up and/or clothes as we can’t afford to re-stock on wigs, binders, STPs, silicone bra inserts, and other miscellaneous items. 

As a result, we feel that it’s irresponsible to keep the project going if we aren’t going to continue making the progress we wish to make. 

Any requests we receive after this notice are going to be sorrowfully declined, unless they are requests for prom/homecoming dresses. We currently have over 1,000 requests in our queue and volunteers have already begun e-mailing/responding to previous requesters who aren’t going to receive our assistance due to a lack of money to cover shipping costs. 

Any leftover make-up or clothing donations are going to be donated to local LGBT centers, specifically LGBT centers that focus on youth, youth homelessness, and are located in communities of color.

We’re absolutely grateful to have had the opportunity (thanks to our supporters) to assist the (approximately) 120 underprivileged trans people we have so far. If it weren’t for your support, we wouldn’t have been able to do any of this.

But please don’t let our project ending stop any of you from doing what you can to support the transgender community! 

An alarmingly high number of transgender teenagers have died by suicide since Leelah’s death including Zander, Aubrey, Melonie, Ash, and most recently, black transgender activist Blake. 

On top of teenage suicides, trans people are also being murdered at an alarming rate, the bulk of those being black transgender women. Those murdered in 2015 include Lamar, Lamia, Ty, Yazmin, Taja, Penny, Bri, Kristina, and Sumaya. 

Continue to support the transgender community. Continue to uplift and protect the transgender community. Continue to remain vocal about the injustices the transgender community faces. 

Our project wasn’t the beginning and it certainly isn’t the end.

anonymous asked:

you are taking the whole LAD situation very childishly, why can't you just erase it and stop talking about it like nothing happened?

Screw that. I’m not gonna delete anything. I like to go back now and then and look at the old drawings. They really cheer me up sometimes. And I really believe they have the same effect on other people as well.

And about that “childish” thing. I just wanted to spend a lil time on LAD doing what I usually do in here. Answer questions, Make silly doodles. You know. Just a really laid back attitude. I just thought it would be a nice way to inform the blog will no longer be active. I dont want to make anything serious like if an actual person died or anything. It’s just a blog that stopped being fun for me, that’s all. No need to be all dramatic.

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I made a new version of my skin tone! Bright Blends 2.0, way improved over the old version, but still the same basic skin tone. I revamped both the male and female version and both skin tones have one catalog entry, but different swatches containing different variations. The biggest change is in the “free eye” variation, you can choose whatever style of eyelid you’d like, and it blends seamlessly with the skin tone.

Also, new thumbnails!

Female, 3 different skintones:

  • Smoother original version, no more pixels!
  • “Free eye”
  • 50% opacity, meaning the skin tone is transparent, so you can still see EA’s skin details well, but its lighter.

Male, 4 different skintones:

  • Original Version
  • “Free Eye”
  • 50% opacity
  • Darker eye area for the dramatic Sim.

Also, thank you to everyone who has followed me over these last couple months! It means a great deal to me and I can’t thank you enough! Have fun with my new skin J

Download Female [x] Male [x]

*Please do not upload and claim as your own.
*If you retexture, consider linking back to me or the creators whose textures I used.

Model Credits:
3d lashes [Kijiko]

#ONE THING I ABSOLUTELY LOVE ABOUT KILLIAN #IS THAT HE IS SO DRAMATIC #LOOK AT HIM HAVING THIS INTENSE SWORD FIGHT AGAINST EMMA #AND THEN SUDDENLY #HE DOES THIS LITTLE TWIRL #WAS THAT NECESSARY? #DOES THIS LITTLE SPIN HELP HIM WIN IN ANY WAY? #ABSOLUTELY NOT #AND LOOKING BACK ON THIS NOW #AND SEEING HOW THEATRICAL HE IS ABOUT EVERYTHING #JUST MAKES ME LAUGH EVEN MORE

The Cairo Amateur Dramatic and Musical Society composed of members of all branches of the Middle East Services, performed Gilbert & Sullivan’s ‘The Gondoliers’ at the Royal Opera House, Cairo. Proceeds from the production, which was a great success, were given to British Military Charities and the British Charitable Fund.

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I always look sooo dramatic in my selfies but irl i look so goofy and half asleep 

anyway happy summer!!! so glad its warm out again time to let my body hair free into the world

Why I love Hetalia

• Its historical humor that keeps away from touchy subjects

•  A lot of the fandom is aware of events going on around the world, and generally takes more interest in international events (even without bringing Hetalia into the picture)

• Building an OC requires actual research, and you can learn a lot from it

• There are huge AU fanbases (Nyotalia, 2P, Nekotalia, Transtalia, etc.)

• There is no consistent plot, and it lets the fandom be more creative with RPs and other fan works without disregarding canon events

• A lot of diverse fanart (fluffy, dramatic, historical, etc.)

• Pretty much no one has gone through all the official content, and you can never stop learning about canon things; there is SO MUCH MORE than just the anime (manga, Hima’s blog, drama CDs, etc.)

• Lots of official and fanmade music/songs 

• Flawed, yet good-hearted characters (they only want what is best for their people, even when their bosses don’t or when they are oblivious to something)

• Generally a friendly and caring fandom (I get so many hugs at cons when I cosplay Hetalia, but when I cosplay from my other fandoms- A:TLA, SnK, SU, GF, etc.- nobody even bothers to say ‘hello’)

• Its how I’ve met some of my closest friends (and my girlfriend!!)