Hey all!!

Regarding applications, for the past couple of months we have received amazing support and many new members! We’re so thankful for all of you showing at least a little bit of interest in what started out to be such a small RP of ours!
If you’re still thinking about applying, we just wanted to let you know that applications will be closing Friday the 30th (this week!).Yes, they are still open, but will be closing very soon - and we apologise for any past confusion regarding this. In advance, if you don’t receive any notice from any of the mods after the closing date, it is true that, sadly, you have not been accepted into the RP. Otherwise, we will let you know as soon as possible if you’ve been accepted!
If for whatever reason you cannot get to the application link/it’s not working, or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to send us an ask or PM @dustyswooper, @itsanappl, or @trashman-aru.

Please be sure to read through the important details before applying! And as always, the rules remain the same:
-No discrimination of any sort will be tolerated.
-Please, for the love of all things good in life, follow the pelt guides and general “rules” for the tribes (no light pelted cats in Rolling Stones, for example).
-If there’s ever a disagreement, please approach the other person via PM or contact a mod. Keep private arguments out of the OOC.
-This is a Skype-based RP, you will, of course, need a Skype account to join.

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Darkskin black women are basically real life superheroes. They get shit on from all sides but they still rise. They still fight. And they look good while doing it.

If you’re a dark skin black girl reading this I hope you succeed in all your endeavors today. Even when times get tough you’re a super hero. Even kryptonite can’t stop you. Rise and be the best you, you can be.


We’re happy to announce Viktor’s Secret, a Yuri!!! On Ice lingerie-themed fanzine!

(Clever, we know!)

Applications will be open June 10 12:00AM EST to June 24th 12:00AM EST. A link to our app form will be released when applications start!

If you have any questions, feel free to message us! More information on this on our About page and FAQ!

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College applications can be seriously stressful and overwhelming. After going through the process a few months ago and getting into both schools I applied to, I thought I’d share a few tips and a general timeline to shoot for! 

as soon as possible

  • Begin making a list of colleges you’re interested in and researching them.
  • Start thinking about what extracurriculars you want to list; drop the ones you don’t care about to give you more time for the ones you enjoy most. 
  • Think about the teachers that know you the best and ask if they would be willing to write a letter of recommendation. 

six months before applications are due

  • Narrow down your list to your top choices only.
    • There’s no point in wasting money applying to colleges you don’t want to go to!
  • Look at the Common App essay prompts and start brainstorming topics.

as soon as applications open

  • Fill out the easy parts of the application – your name, address, etc.
  • Make a list of any fields that you will need help filling out (like if you’re not sure what your advisor’s phone number is).
  • Start rough drafts of your essays, even if you aren’t sure of the topics.

three months before applications are due

  • Nail down essay topics and begin serious revisions.
  • Ask people if they would be willing to proofread your essays.
  • Visit campuses if possible, or speak to an admissions counselor to better tailor your applications to each school.

one month before the due date

  • Send essays to the people that have agreed to go over them.
  • Finish up the questions portion of the application.
  • Enter in actives and have someone proof them.
  • Begin final edits of essays.
  • Contact the teachers that are writing your letters and add them as recommenders on Common App (if that’s what you’re applying through). 

one week before the due date

  • Finalize your essays.
  • Have a parent review your application make sure all the information is accurate. 
  • Make sure all test scores, transcripts, and any other supplemental materials are in order and will be sent on time.
  • Submit your applications as soon as possible so you’re not stressing about getting it in on time!

a few things to keep in mind

  • There’s no right number of schools to apply to.
    • I applied to two, my sister applied to one, and I have friends that applied to ten. Do your research and narrow it down as much as possible to save time and money, but above all make sure that you’re happy with the schools you choose. 
  • Schools want to see applicants that are unique and passionate about something. It’s not so much about finding a student that’s done a million different things and is a member of every club, but finding one that shows dedication and individuality through their application.
  • They can tell the difference between an essay written by a high school senior or college transfer and an adult pretending to be one – don’t ever ever ever hire someone out to write yours for you. 
  • Be creative with extracurriculars if you think you don’t have enough! Everything from babysitting your siblings to coding themes counts.
  • Seriously never underestimate the importance of having other people proofread. You’ve been looking at your essays for so long that you would never catch that one bit of an old sentence sandwiched in between a new one, but someone else will. 
  • Don’t sweat it! You’ve totally got this.
hey guys! talking from personal experience, this time of year can be super scary for anybody looking to move into the job world. whether you’re graduating soon and need to look for full time work, looking for summer internships or placements, or just looking to get a part time job to make some money over the summer, a solid cv is crucial. so i’m gonna share some of my tips below, i work in advertising, i’ve worked most of my career in sales, and even though i’m still fresh to the working world i hope i can give you guys some employment tips! 

basic bits

  • ok, so you need to put your contact details at the top of the page, name, phone number, email address, post code and sometimes nationality are all important to get out of the way first 
  • if you have your degree grade, or expected grade, put education at the top. list your grade and the dates you studied at uni, and the grades, dates and subjects that you studied to a high level when you left school. this is less important for part time jobs so i would probably put it below the next section in those circumstances
  • past experience is next. list everywhere you’ve ever worked, whether it was a proper paid job, helping out at local events, tutoring, anything that can give insight into your skills and your character. put a couple bullet points for each job, explaining the tasks you did and what you learnt from them. the most important thing is to emphasise what skills you have and how you’ve proven them in the past. 
  • i put other experience next, generally just volunteering, if you held a responsibility role in your school you can put that here too
  • skills & interests should be another section, talking about your non work related skills (but still relating these back to working). so for me, i talk about my creative hobbies like writing and music, which are important when applying for creative industries like advertising. i also talk about teaching myself arabic and adobe creative suite because languages are useful, design skills are useful, and most crucially taking initiative and embracing opportunities to learn are essential in any job that wants to see you grow

sales tips 

  • other people applying for the same jobs as you will not be handing in a 100% truthful cv. you don’t have to lie, and you shouldn’t ever ever lie on your cv because it’s not worth getting caught out. however, you’d be smart to jazz it up a bit. 
  • every task you’ve undertaken in your life has taught you something, no matter how small. think about every job related thing you’ve ever done and think of a way to make it sound special. 
  • for instance, i manually alphabetically organised a directors business cards during an internship. it was beyond boring. yet, now i talk about being a crucial support for the team, how i took initiative in collating their contacts into a brand new filing system to increase productivity speed. any dumb task can be chatted up. 
  • sales is all about confidence, confidence, confidence. you have to believe you are a great candidate, it’ll come across in your writing 
  • keep it to one page, max 2 if you’ve had a lot of previous roles. nobody wants to read that much. if it’s looking a bit long try reformatting to keep it all looking neat and succinct. 
  • send it as a pdf, not as a word document. keeps it looking professional. 

cover letters

  • now, cover letters can be a real pain. i would suggest writing different ones for each application, even though making a generic one and editing it is easier. it’s worth it to show that you give a shit. 
  • actually, all that really matters is giving a shit. talk about how great you are, and about how much you have to offer that they need in their company. you can phrase it in a non arrogant fashion, but at the end of the day a job application isn’t the place for humility. 
  • talk about the company, talk about why you like it and why you want to be there. if you’re applying to a small company definitely chat about how great you think the business is, because chances are the people who run the company will actually see it. people who have their own company LOVE to hear people talk about loving their company and their idea. 

all that really matters

  • be genuine, be passionate, be enthusiastic about the role, about the company and about yourself.
  • stay calm and focused on your goals, and believe in yourself and your abilities. don’t be afraid of being great, and don’t be afraid of letting people know it. 

i really hope these could be of use to anybody, if there’s any tips you guys need for job huting let me know, i’ve done a lot of it!

you can’t boil oppression down to a list of tangible, material experiences. a lesbian may grow up in an incredibly supportive, socially accepting community. she may have accepting parents and friends and teachers; she may be an “always knew” lesbian and never experience homophobic violence or harassment.

guess what, though? homophobia, unfortunately, continues to exist. you can’t just isolate yourself from the values and principles that guide and shape your culture. our theoretical lesbian is very, very lucky but that doesn’t actually mean that she is completely unaffected by homophobia.

that’s why privilege checklists, while often well-meaning, are not useful on a fundamental level. it’s why citing anecdotes about someone making fun of you (or even enacting violence against you!) for a certain trait is not “proof” of oppression. shitty, yes. oppressive? not necessarily.

individual experiences are valuable, but they are not always reliable indicators of broader societal trends.

☽ Open Calls for Luna Nova☾

☽Luna Nova☾ is a Little Witch Academia art + comics zine, based on the STUDIO TRIGGER animes series. Artist applications are now open, from June to 20th to July 13th! If you’re interested in expressing your love for LWA, just follow your heart and check the links below:

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