a real challenge!

anonymous asked:

do you know where i can find some examples of aphobia? i need some evidence when i say aphobia is real and people challenge that

acephobia is tagged, if you want to have a rough day and dig in the trash it’s there for reference

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When [the destined person] has reached the lowest point in their life,
the BEHELIT will find its way them.

» requested by @gatsca

30 day otp challenge | day 2: on a date

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lgbtqa+ potter week // amelia bones + bisexual

her skirts were too short and her voice was too loud. she was the girl who said too much and burned too brightly. she’d fight with both fists in the air and fire in her eyes. she was a trailblazer. she was part of the war, just as much as the war was a part of her – and merlin help you if you stood in her way. 

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I see you. I see you when you shake your head and roll your eyes. I hear when you mutter “permissive parent” as you pass. I hear your children when they ask why the girl with the colored hair has a “bald face”. We don’t mind the curiosity. If you can use a peaceful voice & give us some room in our bubble we don’t mind explaining. But we do mind when you act disgusted, use hurtful words, or just generally look on disapprovingly. The pretty girl with the colored hair is almost 5. She didn’t have an easy start to life. Some of what she experienced she remembers. Some of it she doesn’t. She also spent years screaming in pain at strange moments until a doctor visit taught us that she has a condition where certain sounds in the every day cause her extreme pain. Then earlier this year her face began to change. One by one her eyelashes began to disappear. We discovered that this tiny person has Trichotillomania, a condition where a person under extreme stress and anxiety compulsively pulls their hair out. After her eye lashes disappeared her eyebrows slowly began to go as well. I was afraid the hair on her head would go next. So when she asked for pink hair, I jumped on board. Multi colored hair too? Absolutely. We can’t always control the sounds in her world. But I can give her control over her own body and her hair. So far with her pride in her colored hair she has yet to pull it out. So, polite questions are welcome in public. But rude gestures and and statements are not. They generally lead to her pulling more hair out. Dont judge this beautiful little girl by her beautiful cover. I see you. And more importantly, she sees you.

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“I remember hearing Milt Kahl lecture about animation one time, and he said that one of the real challenges for him was animating weightlessness. Animating a character who is sort of floating in mid-air. Not flying, but just sort of floating. It’s details like that that we in the audience are not supposed to think about, of course we shouldn’t. We’re involved in the story.” - Leonard Maltin, film critic and historian

anonymous asked:

can i request some baby/toddler/young child sonny? the way u draw him is so cute, love ur art ❤️

aaa thank you!!

heres the thing about lil sonny, if left unsupervised he will lose his shirt or he will eat your snacks

here he is having done both, and found usnavi’s cereal in the process,, he’s not leaving until he finds the toy:::