blind zebras

i have three things to say

1) fucking listen to disabled people and people who have different disabilities from you. if they tell you youre ableist, youre ableist, dont fucking argue with them, or youre even fucking worse. they/we know what the fuck were talking about.

2) if a disabled person says they get a feeling from a certain person and its not a good one, trust them, because more often than not were going off of microaggressions we cant name because we dont really notice them and we just call it a gut feeling. trust and listen to them.

3) if someone is ableist, dont interact with them, dont interact with their shit, whatever or youre an asshole and a bad ally. its the same as if someones transphobic, homophobic, etc.

Universal Language Part 4

So I’ve got inspired when I watched the World Cup (I’m still salty for that kick-goal, lol) and took my own spin at it. Rated E for sexual content. Endless gratitude to @papofglencoe for betaing and for being a wonderful person overall. 

Translations at the bottom. You can find previous parts on AO3 but you don’t have to read them before reading this.

A pair of warm hands envelops me from behind and settles on my stomach. The gesture is comforting, and I lean against Peeta’s chest.

“Good morning,” he whispers against my neck, giving it a wet kiss.

“Good morning,” I respond, resting my head on his. “Do you want coffee?”

“Yeah.” He gives me another kiss before letting go and takes a seat at the kitchen table as I hand him a cup.

“Here, you’ll need the energy,” I smirk.

Yesterday was my birthday, and boy, was it my birthday. Peeta had the entire day planned; breakfast in bed, a walk to the meadow where we had a picnic, and dinner at the restaurant where we had our first date. Whenever there was some time to spare, if only for a couple of minutes, he made sure I was fully taken care of. And I mean fully. I don’t know how many times his hand found its way down my panties, his fingers getting me off in no time. Hell, he even had time to go down on me in an alley outside the restaurant. I thought it would be hard to relax in that environment, afraid that someone might see, but it actually made it even more exhilarating, adding to the excitement.

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Here we go! This is the very first Feature Friday!
The first feature goes to a blog that I kinda mentioned before, but didn’t really get to talk about.

Ask Beyond Sight is an ask blog dictating the life and times of a blind zebra-pony. She may not have many pony friends, but her ability to see spirits grants her much companionship from another realm.

Personality wise, Beyond Sight is a sweet, polite pony who can be a bit aloof at times. She likes to play with her spirit friends and gather ingredients for her mother’s medicine shop. Her kind attitude, her unique talent, and her appealing and exotic design make her a charming and well-rounded character.

Top this all off with an adorable line-less art style, and you’ve got a very promising blog in the making!

I can’t wait to see more from Beyond Sight! If you’ve got the time, why not hop on over to her blog?