“Wait, what are we doing?!”

“We’re raising awareness of this horrible ship so that everyone knows how bad it is, and that they shouldn’t ship it because it makes people like us feel bad, and that makes them bad!”

“But how is THIS going to do to accomplish that? No one who already ships this is going to stop because of our content. Why should this ship determine how we spend our free time?”

“It doesn’t! It’s just…I’s so…”


“I know, I hate this ship too!”

“But we’ve been spending so much time on this lately, making countless text posts, sending anon hate, even making art and music about how much the people who ship this suck.”

”This ship is the reason we made this blog.”

“Oh gosh…we are obsessed!”

“Look, I don’t want to stop talking to you, and creating fan content with you, but I don’t want to make it about this ship I hate anymore. Let’s focus on the ships we like, let’s put more content out there for them! Let’s raise awareness of the good ships!”

“Yeah. Let’s just blacklist the content we don’t like, and dedicate a blog to talking about how much we love the good ships!”

I just want to give a shout out to my chronically ill nonbinary folks.

Especially to those of us whose illnesses are heavily associated with our assigned at birth sex.

To those of us who don’t find “*condition* occurs more frequently in *sex*” statements reassuring.

For all of us who have trouble finding support groups that welcome and respect us as nonbinary people.

To each of us whose symptoms cause us increased dysphoria (such as hair loss, unexpected body hair growth, heavy/painful periods, etc).

Your illness doesn’t invalidate your gender.


All my favourite conversations
Always made in the A.M.

I’ve got a bad feeling about this

I’m in the middle of reading Aftermath: Life Debt, and I’ll have a lot to say about it later, but right now, I have a very bad feeling about this…

And it’s a big-ass speculative spoiler for VIII, so it’s going below the cut.

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