After seeing Gen’s tweet today I can’t get over the fact that many, many people are choosing to completly ignore the fact that she doesn’t look pregnant( like at all). Compared to the birthday pic she was sporting a pretty sizeable bump then what, it disappears? Something’s not adding up people. I refuse to believe that that many people are blind/ignorant. At this point, I have to reason that they’re being willfully dense.
Some people are saying that it’s Jared’s hoodie and that it’s baggy so that’s why she doesn’t look pregnant…seriously people? Jared is a 6'4 man with muscles. Genevieve is a 5'4 petite woman. If that were Jared’s hoodie it would still be falling off of her….
So In conclusion, either she’s lying and was wearing a baby bump in the birthday picture or twloha (a charity which I adore) is manufacturing magic fucking hoodies and I need to invest in one right away.
▷ I feel like Hildon is the type to get away from a situation using a decoy like this lol. The design is super flashy and the gem can blind people. For the scale, it’s suiting Hildon’s height. Oh, but it doesn’t hurt that much. ◁
is it just me or do writers seem to feel somehow contented by just creating a single lesbian couple in order to “balance” it with the 72636 straights surrounding those women with which they sort of taboo the possibility of other female characters in the same show to be a thing tho they ARE OBVIOUSLY on the brink of exploding the chemistry chart ???? Why do lgbt members serve as an alternative and satisfaction-to-go?? Besides stop confining love when it comes to lesbians or in general. If its there you cannot deny it by creating an implausibly forced heteronormative pairing ??¿?
Kei’s trying his best to school a face of indifference but he can’t because Kuroo’s here and Kuroo’s standing right next to me and Kuroo’s taking a selfie with me and Kuroo and Kuroo and
I apologize for the delay! I started this about two weeks ago, but then I suddenly got really, really into needle knitting and neglected to work on it (I am currently donning my freshly knit teal garter-stitch scarf I named Orange. I am content and currently in the middle of a cream-coloured mistake-stitch scarf (◡‿◡✿)).
I drew this in celebration of my city finally getting some epic snowfall. I’m so excited for the holidays!
I used FireAlpaca to make this! Thank you to the anon who recommended this software to me ( ˘ ³˘)♥, I quite like it.
Thank you reading and uh, looking at my drawing teehee
So I have been inspired by @andreashettle‘s list of tumblr users with auditory processing issues and would like to create a list of my own for tumblrs who are blind as a reference for other blind users to find connections or anybody who wants to learn more about blindness. You do not have to post about blindness to be included on this list, though.
In order to be legally considered blind, your visual acuity must be at least 20/200 or worse even with currective lenses (contacts/glasses), and even in your “better” eye.
If you would like to be included on this list, please message me here on @actuallyblind and let me know, even if you’ve already told me before that you are blind, as I do not want to include anybody without their permission.
Braille is not a language. Braille is a system for making printed words accessible to blind people.
All braille looks the same visually. There is no bold or italic in braille, and there are no fonts or scripts. Braille is always read left-to-right, even in languages that are printed right to left. Languages that are printed in different alphabets still look the same in Braille.
For example, even though Hebrew and English look dramatically different in print, they look the same in Braille. This can sometimes mislead sighted people into thinking that Braille is its own language, but it is not.
The only major difference between Braille and print is that Braille uses raised dots instead of visually distinct letters. (A minor difference: Braille uses a lot of contractions to make it less verbose.)
Braille is not translation, and putting something into Braille does not change the meaning.
If an English book is brailled, it’s still in English, and it still has all of the same words. It hasn’t changed languages; it’s just been encoded in a way that makes it possible to read by feeling rather than seeing.
tl;dr Braille is not a language, and brailling books doesn’t change the meaning, Braille just makes it possible to read with your hands.