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anonymous asked:

Harry Potter is asexual and one day shows up at the Hogwarts Express wearing a shirt that says "MY ANACONDA DON'T WANT NONE BECAUSE I'M ASEXUAL HUN" (I just need this in my life ok) -H

Harry gets lots of high fives and fist bumps from muggleborns and half-blood wixen on the train. He gets some approving looks from some purebloods and half-blood wixen. But he also gets a looooooooot of questioning looks.

In fact, Harry gets so many questions, he ends up holding an impromptu Q&A session on different identities (and some muggle culture) in one of the carriages. He actually gets caught up in doing this before he even finds Ron, Hermione, Ginny, Luna, or Neville. They end up finding him. Hermione is, unsurprisingly, helpful with a wealth of knowledge in helping Harry answer questions and define terms. Ginny and Luna are, surprisingly, well versed in identity lingo and also help out.

It also turns out to be good practice for Harry, taking the lead and speaking to Dumbledore’s Army.

He does have to fight off a Slytherin, who just realized the word for how they feel is asexual, who felt that a snake-related shirt is misplaced in a Gryffindor’s wardrobe.

And that’s how Harry Potter sparks identity awareness in the isolated wixen community: muggle culture play on words.

~Hufflepuff Mod


*inhales deeply* SO back in 2013, I made a shitty Ace Attorney PowerPoint so my bf could have context to all the shitty AA doodles I did. I’ve dug up this relic and decided to update it with all the hip and happening characters and plot. It’s spoiler free imo, except Mia, but it’s like known by anyone who has played past case 1-1, so….

AAI slides were done primarily by @doodleblah because I never got around to playing those and she loves them. Not everyone is on here because they’re just the characters I primarily draw so sorry von Karma, Kristoph, Dahlia, Fulbright, etc

Don’t throw aros under the bus.

Given the debate going on over a-spec representation in the media (given the appearance of Jughead and Raphael, two canonically aroace characters, in Riverdale and Shadowhunters), I felt this needed to be said:

Aro representation is just as important as ace representation, and erasing aroace characters’ aromanticism is still erasure if their asexuality is portrayed.


my second comic!! i’m not as proud of this one as i am of memory chip, but i still gotta post it!! a lil comic i did as an assignment about 80′s lesbians. it’s sloppier than i usually do but,,,,, whATEVER!! here it is!! 


Your Honor I Phoneix Wirgthworth plead guilty to being the most unthoughtful husband for forgetting to pick up the Sliver Tip tea my wonderful, smart, accomplished husband Mr. Miles Wrigthworth desperately needed to wake his ass up so he could keep being the wonderful, smart, accomplished husband who pays the bills and…

While perusing the internet I saw one of those pictures where the girlfriend is wearing her boyfriend's shirt and translated it to this a sleepy caffeine deprived man who wears his husband’s blazer to properly mock him about his transgressions. Which instead of annoying Phoniex it smitten him. 

modern JediStormPilot rocking some awesome pride clothes.

You can get these shirts (or versions of them) on Lookhuman(.)com

*shouts out my window*

Give me aces who are cutesy and adorable, or tough as nails and complex!

Give me aces who are happy with friends!

Give me aces in happy romantic relationships!

Give me aces where their ace-ness isn’t the end of the character or is thrown away for the “one”.

Give me aros who have good friends!

Give me aros that are kind and sweet!

Give me aros who have meaningful relationships!

Give me aros where their aro-ness isn’t the end of the character or is thrown away when the writers want “romance” in the plot.

Give me aroaces that are warm and nice!

Give me aroaces that are happy go lucky!

Give me aroaces with happy lives!

Give me aroaces where they aren’t some sort of “cold hearted” person who needs to be “fixed” to be happy.

It’s not hard. Aces and Aros are people and a lot of people want to see themselves in a character. A true writer doesn’t say “but it’s too hard.” a true writer says “I want my readers to see themselves in the characters I put my heart and soul into. So I will do my best.”

Listen, we’re all entitled to our own headcanons about characters, but why are people shitting on anyone who headcanons a character as ace?? Like, have you ever seen a canon ace character on screen? Have you? Why is it so wrong for us to want representation?