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Master Reviews List

Here at Bisexual Books, we receive frequent queries for lists of books with X demographic, genre and/or quality to them. Often we reply with a few suggestions culled from our recent memory which may not be reflective of the full gamut of works we’ve reviewed.

This list isn’t perfect. We will update it within a week or two of every new review we post. This list is not heavily detailed (for heavier details, please click the book’s title and read our full original review!) but should prove a handy resource for anyone who would like to find our thoughts on specific titles, good bi YA (or historical fiction, nonfiction, erotica, etc), character demographics, etc.

We hope you find it useful!

Books We Loved:

Adaptation by Malinda Lo: Dystopian fiction, bisexual female, sci-fi

American Honor Killings: Desire and Rage Among Men by David McConnell: True crime, gender and masculinity studies

Anything That Loves edited by Zan Christensen: Comics, non-binary, anthology

Avengers Academy vol. 3 by Christos Gage: Comics, bisexual female, bi-ally

Bad Feminist by Roxanne Gay: Non-fiction, bisexual feminist poc author

The Bane Chronicles by Cassandra Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan, and Maureen Johnson: Fantasy, Indonesian bisexual male

Best Bi Short Stories: Bisexual Fiction edited by Sheela Lambert: bisexual authors and characters

Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out by Susan Kuklin: Photo book, trans teens, genderqueer, bisexual, pansexual

Bi-Normal by M. G. Higgins: YA, bisexual males

The Bisexual’s Guide to the Universe: Quips, Tips, and Lists For Those Who Go Both Ways by Nicole Kristal and Mike Syzmanski: Humor, coming out, nonfiction

Bliss by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau: Sci-fi, bisexual male, bisexual author, non-con, erotica

Boyfriends With Girlfriends by Alex Sanchez: YA, LGB characters, poc characters

Burnt Toast B&B by Heidi Belleau and Rachel Haimowitz: Romance, trans bisexual male, explicit sex

Carry On by Rainbow Rowell: “big queer meta Harry Potteresque fanficion book thingy”

City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare: Fantasy, Indonesian bisexual male 

Clearcut by Nina Shengold: Bi male characters, historical fiction, polyamory

Climbing the Date Palm by Shira Glassman: Fantasy, Queer and ethnic diversity, feminist 

Closer to Home: Bisexuality and Feminism, edited by Elizabeth Reba Weise: Non-fiction anthology, bisexual scholarship/academia

Coda by Emma Trevayne: YA, dystopian, bisexual male, sci-fi

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black: YA, horror, vampires, bisexual male, transgender woman

Death’s Door by Sam Saturday: Comic book, horror, romance, pansexual author 

Fairest vol.2 by Lauren Beukes and Bill Willingham: Comics, fantasy, bisexual female

Fake by Sanami Matoh: Yaoi, bisexual male

Far From You by Tess Sharpe: YA, mystery, bisexual female, disability

Fireflies at Absolute Zero by Erynn Rowan Laurie: Poetry, bisexual author

Freehold by Michael Z. Williamson: Sci-fi, bisexual females, polyamory, explicit sex

Frenemy of the People by Nora Olsen: Contemporary fiction, romance, bisexual female, disability

Gender Failure by Rae Spoon and Ivan E. Coyote: Personal essays, non-binary transgender authors

Gender Outlaws: the Next Generation edited by Kate Bornstein and S. Bear Bergman: Essays, genderqueer, transgender, bisexual authors

Golden Boy by Abigail Tarttelin: Intersex protagonist, tw rape

Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith: Dystopian YA, bug apocalypse, bisexual male

Heart Body Soul, Erotica with Character by various authors: Pretty much every queer configuration of erotica you could ever ask for.

Honeybee: a Collection of Poems About Letting Go by Trista Mateer: Poetry, bisexual author

The Horizontal Poet by Jan Steckel: Poetry, bisexual author

Inheritance by Malinda Lo: Sci-fi, bisexual female, romance

James Baldwin: A Biography by David Leeming: Biography, black history, bisexual male

Jimmy’s Blues and Other Poems by James Baldwin: Poetry, black author

Joy Street by Laura Foley: bisexual poetry 

The Letter Q: Queer Writers’ Notes to Their Younger Selves: Non-fiction, diverse array of queer authors

Look Both Ways: Bisexual Politics by Jennifer Baumgardner: Non-fiction, bisexual feminist politics

Love in the Time of Global Warming: Sci-fi, dystopian, YA, bisexual female

Map of Home by Randa Jarrar: Bisexual Middle Eastern protagonist

Murder On The Mountain by Jaime Fessenden: Mystery, bi male

My Education by Susan Choi: Contemporary fiction, bisexual female, high-brow

No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics edited by Justin Hall: Comics, queer diversity

Not My Father’s Son: A Memoir by Alan Cumming: Memoir, bisexual author, tw domestic violence

Not Otherwise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz: YA, bisexual female poc, mental health struggles.

Openly Straight by Bill Konigsberg: YA, gay coming out

Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis: Fantasy, diverse characters, bisexual disabled author

Out in Africa: Same-Sex Desire in Sub-Saharan Literatures & Cultures by Chantal Zabus: Scholarship, non-fiction, African queer culture

Pantomime by Laura Lam: Steampunk fantasy, YA, bisexual intersex character

The Pendragon Legacy by Sarah Luddington: Historical fantasy, bisexual and gay males, romance, TW rape 

Phyllida and the Brotherhood of Philander by Ann Herendeen: Historical romance, bisexual male 

Promises, Promises: A Romp with Plenty of Dykes, a Unicorn, an Ogre, an Oracle, a Quest, a Princess, and True Love with a Happily Ever After by LJ Baker: Fantasy satire, humor, lesbian characters, anti-heteronormativity, lacking bisexual content 

Qu33r: New Comics From 33 Creators edited by Rob Kirby: Comics, queer and ethnic diversity

Rapture Practice by Aaron Hartzler: Memoir, gay coming out

Saga vol. 3 by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples: Comic, Sci-fi, queer and ethnic diversity

Seducer Fey by Cullyn Royson: Sci-fi, fantasy, bisexual and pansexual characters, diverse ethnicities, non-cis characters

Shadowplay by Laura Lam: Steampunk fantasy YA, bisexual intersex character

She of the Mountains by Vivek Shraya: bisexual male poc, Hindu mythology

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli: Gay coming out YA with bisexual characters and zero biphobia

Some of Us Did NOT Die: New and Selected Essays by June Jordan: Non-fiction, bisexual feminist black author

Sparks by S. J. Adams: lesbian coming out YA that doesn’t demonize bisexuality

Starling by Racheline Maltese and Erin McRae: bisexual male supporting character, contemporary fiction 

The Stars Change by Mary Anne Mohanraj: Sci-fi, erotica, agender characters, polyamory, explicit sex

The Summer Prince by Alaya Dawn Johnson: YA, Afro-Brazilian characters, bisexual male, dystopian

That’s So Gay: Microaggressions and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community edited by Kevin L. Nadal: Essays, diverse queer subjects and authors

Tides by Betsy Cornwell: Fantasy, adult queer romance

Tommy’s Tale by Alan Cumming: Contemporary fiction, bisexual author and characters, explicit sex

The Two Hotel Francforts by David Leavitt: Historical fiction, bisexual male

The Ultimate Guide to Kink: BDSM, Role Play, and the Erotic Edge edited by Tristan Taormino: BDSM non-fiction anthology, queer and ethnic diversity TW: Nudity and explicit depictions of sex and BDSM 

Wallflower by Heidi Belleau: Erotica, genderqueer, Asian and Inuit leads, explicit,

White Witch, Black Curse by Kim Harrison: Supernatural Mystery, female bisexual, vampires, fantasy 

A Wind of Knives by Ed Kurtz: Historical fiction, bisexual males, western lit

A Woman Like Me by Bettye LaVette: Memoir, black bisexual author

Young Avengers by Kieron Gillen: Comics, bisexual black male, diverse ethnic and queer cast 

Books With Problematic or Mediocre Elements That We Still Recommend:

American Savage by Dan Savage: Non-fiction, essays, sometimes good, sometimes bad. Dan Savage will always be a tool.

The B Word: Bisexuality in Contemporary Film and Television by Maria San Filippo: Non-fiction, academia, scholarship 

Baby Love: Choosing Motherhood After a Lifetime of Ambivalence by Rebecca Walker: Memoir, parenthood, bisexual in passing

Bad Company by K. A. Mitchell: Erotica, bisexual male, explicit sex

Bad Dyke: Salacious Stories From a Queer Life by Allison Moon: Memoir, bisexuality, BDSM, polyamory, internalized biphobia 

Best Bisexual Women’s Erotica edited by Cara Bruce: Erotica, hit and miss

Between You & Me by Marisa Calin: Screenplay, queer protagonists

Bi Lives: Bisexual Women edited by Kata Orndorff: Non-fiction, essays, internalized biphobia

Bisexuality: A Reader and Sourcebook edited by Thomas Geller: Essays, dated

The Book of Joel by AR Fiano: Mystery, widespread in queer and ethnic diversity, see review for long list of trigger warnings 

Bound By Honor by S.E. Jakes: Erotica, Bisexual males, BDSM

Coming Around: Parenting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Kids by Anne Dohrenwend: Non-fiction, No good bi content

Corona by Bushra Rehman: Semi-autobiography, queer Pakistani representation 

Daddy by Madison Young: Memoir, bisexual female, BDSM, explicit sex

Different Slopes by Bill Lee: Historical fiction, bisexual male, light reading with an erotic edge

The Disenchantments by Nina LaCour: Lesbian YA

Diverse Energies edited by Joe Monti and Tobias S. Buckell: Sci-fi anthology, queer people of color

The Dom with a Safeword by Sorcha Black, Leia Shaw, and Cari Silverwood: Erotica, female biseual, BDSM, explicit sex, disjointed narrative

Ebenezer by JoSelle Vanderhooft: Fantasy, holiday, bisexual female,

The Elementals by Saundra Mitchell: YA, historical fiction, bisexual females, doesn’t stand well on its own

The Faith, Love, and Devotion series by Tere Michaels: Romance, bisexual males, cliche 

Flagrant Conduct: the Story of Lawrence v. Texas by Dale Carpenter: Historical non-fiction, bi erasing

For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Still Not Enough: Coming of Age, Coming Out, and Coming Home edited by Keith Boykin: Non-fiction anthology, cissexist gay

Franky Gets Real by Mel Bossa: Contemporary fiction, bisexual male, lighthearted romance

Gabriel’s City by Layla Hunter: Fantasy, erotica, bisexual male, explicit sex

Giving an Inch: The Professor’s Rule by Heidi Belleau: Erotica, bisexual male, explicit sex, short story, no plot

Graveyard Sparrow by Kayla Bashe: Fantasy, bisexual female, romance, plodding clunky writing

Hild by Nicola Griffith: Historical fiction, bisexual female, slow-paced

How I Paid For College by Marc Acito: Contemporary fiction, horrible characters

The Island of Excess Love by Francesca Lia Block: Fantasy, YA, bisexual female, transgender male, sexual assault TW, transphobia 

The Lavender Menace: Tales of Queer Villainy edited by Tom Cardamone: Comics anthology, gay men

Let it Ride by L.C. Chase: bisexual cowboy romance, TW explicit sex 

Lips Like Ice by Peggy Barnett: Sci-Fi, bisexual female, transgender male 

Love, Sex, and Understanding the Universe by Harrie Farrow: bisexual male coming of age, polyamory, explicit sex 

One Man Guy by Michael Barakiva: YA, bisexual male, monosexism

Pink by Lili Wilkinson: YA, bisexual female

Polished by Alyssa Turner: Erotica, explicit, bisexual male, BDSM, polyamory

The Price of Salt by Claire Morgan (pseudonym for Patricia Highsmith): Historical fiction, bisexual female, misogyny

Red Sonja vol. 2 by Gail Simone and Walter Geovani: Fantasy, bisexual female, comics

Revival by Stephen King: Horror, surprise bisexual female

She Loves You, She Loves You Not by Julie Anne Peters: lesbian YA, bisexual villainy

Silver Moon by Catherine Lundoff: Supernatural fantasy, bisexual female 

Skim by Mariko Tamaki: Lesbian coming of age, Comics

Sleeping Moon by Kano Miyamoto: Yaoi, supernatural mystery, bisexual male characters, erasure, bi tropes

Spit and Passion by Cristy C. Road: Autobiographical graphic novel, queer Cuban author, explicit sex

Straight Shooter by Heidi Belleau: Erotica, bisexual male, explicit sex, BDSM, unsympathetic characters

Stumptown vol. 2 by Greg Rucka: Comics, bisexual female, queer coding, violence

The Swede by Robert Karjel: Good but somewhat disjointed crime novel. No real bisexual content.

That’s Revolting: Queer Strategies For Resisting Assimilation edited by Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore: Diverse queer authors and themes, Personal essays, politics

Tin Star by Cecil Castellucci: Sci-fi, bisexual female, bisexual cliches

The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice: Supernatural contemporary fiction, queer characters, lacking in ethnic and gender diversity

When We Become Weavers: Queer Female Poets on the Midwestern Experience edited by Kate Lynn Hibbard: Poetry anthology, queer authors and subjects 

Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal by Jeanette Winterson: Memoir, often aimless 

Books That Are Awful:

The Art of Wishing by Lindsay Ribar: Fantasy, vague bisexuality, extremely boring

The Bisexual Spouse edited by Ivan Hill: Non-fiction, bisexual erasure

Bisexual Vegetarian Zombies by Ron Albury: Zombie fiction, bisexual characters, misogyny

Bottled Up Secret by Brian McNamara: Coming out fiction, m/m, chock full of biphobia 

Brazen Femme: Queering Femininity edited by Chloe Brushwood Rose and Anna Camilleri: Wildly inconsistent anthology

Collide by J. R. Lenk: bisexual coming out, terribly written

Confessions of a Bisexual Husband by Mark Bentley Cohen: Memoir, bisexual male, non-consent, infidelity, bisexual stereotypes

Cut Both Ways by Carrie Mesrobian: Just nope.

A Desired Past by Leila J. Rupp: bisexual erasing, transgender erasing, historically inaccurate 

The Difference Between You and Me by Madeleine George: YA, beautifully written biphobic villain garbage

Directing Herbert White by James Franco: phobic, slut shaming, boring

Double Crush by Sally Bosco: Too cliche

The Elephant of Surprise by Brent Hartinger: Terrible addition to otherwise good series of novels

King of Angels by Perry Brass: Contemporary fiction, coming of age, bisexual and gay males, underage explicit sex, murder

Matched by Ally Condie: Dystopian romance, heteronormative, boring 

The Meadowlark Sings by Helen Ruth Schwartz: Dystopian, Bisexual erasure

No One Needs to Know by Amanda Grace: Best part of this book is its cover

Otherwise by Linda Oatman High: forced agender, nonsensical

Plan B by SJD Peterson: Erotica, transphobic

Reclaiming Queer, edited by Erin J Rand: Non-fiction, biphobic, bisexual erasure

Second Hand by Heidi Cullinan and Marie Sexton: romance, bisexual/gay males, poorly written

Songmaster by Orson Scott Card: queer phobic garbage, Sci-fi

Starstruck by L. A. Witt: bisexual male, romance, explicit sex, bi erasure

Stonewall by Ann Bausum: Historically inaccurate, bisexual erasing, transgender erasing 

Swans and Klons by Nora Olsen: YA, dystopian, terrible

This Is a Book For Parents of Gay Kids by Danielle Owens-Reid and Kristin Russo: Extreme biphobia, all the nope

The Tolerance Trap by Suzanna Danuta Walters: Non-fiction, boring, bisexual erasure

When Your Lover is a Liar: Healing the Wounds of Deception and Betrayal by Susan Forward: Non-fiction, biphobic garbage

Winterspell by Clare Legrand: bad bisexual tropes, YA fantasy, TW sexual coercion 

Wonderland by David-Matthew Barnes: Rushed, cliched, confusing 

You Can Tell Just By Looking by Michael Bronski, Ann Pellegrini, and Michael Amico: Cissexist garbage


Name: Eden (Francis “Frank” Lloyd Harvey)

Nickname: Will only go by Eden in the Wasteland. Demanded to go by Frank prewar.

Age: 240

Height: 6’7"

Weight: 172 lbs.

Specials: STR 9, PER 12, END 8, CHR 7, INT 13, AGI 8, LCK 6

Eyes: Gray/silver

Hair: Black

Body type: tall, thin, and lanky

Status Pre-War: Career Criminal, worked at Eddie Winter’s sub shop as a cover

Status Currently: Raider/hitman

Relationship Status: in some sort of twisted relationship with Nisha


Sexuality: pansexual

Gender: Cis Male

Ethnicity: white

Family: none

Languages: English

Disabilities/Illnesses/Injuries: Walks with a slight limp from an injury he sustained in his jail cell when part of the police department collapsed and fell into the flood water after the bombs dropped. Obviously suffers from ghoulification and shows early signs of going feral.

Allergies: none

Scars: other than the scars from ghoulification, he has none.

Physical traits: Still has slight yet very faint markings on certain parts of his body where tattoos used to be. Somehow managed to keep some of his hair and wears it in a ponytail.

Voice: very deep and growly/gravelly

Clothing: custom raider leathers, will occasionally carry a plaid shirt and destroyed jeans to blend in more when in crowds. Has a suit + balaclava for his occasional hits. If he ever has to go to Diamond City, he has a full set of Scavenger rags as well as a cowl & gas mask to cover his skin.

Fashion Style/Lifestyle: hardcore raider attire, lots of black, leather, spikes and chains.

Weapon of Choice: A shotgun that he likes to lovingly call ‘Widowmaker’, as well as a Shishkebab.

Skills: gunslinger, stealth, centuries worth of chem making and robbery skills, master lockpicker

Weaknesses: Stronger rad storms make him temporarily lose control now.

Poor skills: Isn’t terribly charismatic, terrible with people in general

Affiliations: Raiders (mostly the ones in Nuka World)

Former Affiliations: N/A

Enemies: Anyone that gets in his way.

Neutral Affiliations: I’d say almost all of them? He doesn’t really care about any of the factions.

Religion: none

Likes: alcohol, caps, torturing captives, cannibalism, knifeplay, stealing, being cruel to people, chems, raiders, violence, finding prewar books that are still in good condition (especially poetry)

Dislikes: loud noises, anyone getting in the way of his goals, ignorance

Hates: being betrayed, helping people, when people are being overly kind to him

Friends: William & Mags Black, Dixie, Fritsch, Lizzie Wyath, Shank, RedEye, Nisha

Acquaintances: Hancock, Fahrenheit, Daisy, Ham, Whitechapel Charlie, Magnolia, Marowski, Fred Allen, Bobbi No Nose, Gage, Colter (deceased)

Former friends: Eddie Winter

Enemies: Eddie Winter and Kellogg (both deceased), Savoy

Pets: N/A

Fallout OC friends/family: TBA

Personality: Can be extremely cold and short with people he doesn’t know, uses his unsightly appearance to easily intimidate people and get what he wants. He’s more of an introvert. When he isn’t out stealing or eliciting violence, he can usually be found locked up by himself with chems and booze or a book. When around people he’s comfortable with, he can come off as sarcastic and even has an extremely dry sense of humor.

Favorite color: red, black

Favorite foods: ribeye steak, yao guai ribs, radstag stew, gatorclaw steak,  fresh mutfruit, noodle cup, tatos, human flesh

Favorite drinks: whiskey, vodka, Bobrov’s best moonshine, bourbon, rum, Dirty Wastelander, Nuka-Cola Dark, Nuka-Cola

Favorite Sweets: Slocum’s Buzzbites


Other info:



Meet Claire Lockhart (Fallout OC Info Sheet)

(Many thanks go out to @madddraws for the format. I changed the order slightly and made a couple of additions, but Maddy gets all the credit! 💛)

Full Name: Osa Claire Lockhart
Nickname(s): Mama Bear (army nickname); Charmer (Railroad codename)
Biological Age: 35
Chronological Age: 245, in 2287
Birth Date: September 7, 2042
Height: 5’3” / 160 cm
Weight: 130 lbs. / 59 kg
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Ginger
Body Type: short, muscular, top hourglass shape

S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Stats: STR 7, PER 7, END 6, CHR 10, INT 6, AGL 8, LCK 7
Pre-War Status: former corporal in the United States Army; lawyer at Cambridge Law Offices, specializing in family law.
Current Status: General of the Minutemen; semi-retired Railroad heavy; ex-Brotherhood of Steel Knight – refused promotion to Paladin.

Relationship Status: widowed; later remarries
Spouse(s): Nathaniel Gerard (murdered); Danse
Sexuality: heterosexual
Gender: cis female
Ethnicity: Irish, Mexican
Languages: English, Spanish, and some Mandarin Chinese
Religion: a recovering Catholic, as she puts it.
Family: Osa Martinez Connolly (grandmother; deceased), Osa Connolly Lockhart (mother; died of brain aneurysm), Ennis Lockhart (father; died of liver failure), Floyd Johnathan Lockhart (younger brother; missing), Sean Gerard (deceased), Sean Nathaniel Lockhart (son; synth), Osa Haylen Danse (daughter; born in 2289), Pillar Emilia Danse (daughter; born in 2292).
Pets: Dogmeat; Athena (Danse’s rottweiler); Shroud (Sean’s black cat)

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My Little Recommendation: Feminism is Magic

So, many have been asking me for advice on who to follow and I thought I would write some down. I’ll do my best to include some information about them, some you may know and some not. If anyone on this list would like to be taken off please let me know.  


Funny, dry, deadpan, biracial, cis, straight and has an amazing and incredibly educational youtube channel. Big dork. Big heart. Dermatologists hate her. 


Kat is a black, straight trans woman who destroys anyone who comes up against her. It’s brutal and entertaining, she’s like The Gladiator only pretty and better dressed. Also has a kick-ass youtube channel that I love and everyone should watch.


Pansexual, ethnically Jewish, cis and sharp as a really sharp tack. Her blog covers all kinds of social justice issues thoughtfully. Quality.


White trans man and feminist ally, is very chill even when being flooded by menimists. Abuse survivor who speaks about that fairly regularly.


Cis, white, don’t let the pretty photography pictures she posts fool you, if you piss her off and she’s in the mood she will drag you down into the depths of hell and use perfect citations. She blogs with a critical eye, talks about ED recovery and anti-ableism. 


Cis, white, ace vegan feminist. Her blog mostly focuses on social justice and animal rights. If that is your thing then you are likely to love her arguments. 


Bisexual, biracial, cis. She has a great youtube channel as well and sings like an angel, which fits since she always manages to remain serene even when surrounded by hate. She’s very outspoken and honest about her own mental health journey and promoting conversations about mental health. Has very strong feelings for the Maximoff twins. 


Akilah…obviously. Well known black youtuber who can boil complex ideas down into easy to digest ones and make you laugh and learn.


Nigerian American feminist and teacher. Has blog section called “FeminismU” or Feminism University where she has compiled feminist writings and links to resources that could be useful to many people.


Bisexual blogger and educator, you can follow for all of her amazing content, but her take downs of capitalistic greed in society are a stand out menu item. 


White sex worker and activist , posts about decriminalisation and sometimes some of her amazing work.


White, cis, demi/pan sexual, homoromantic. Always manages to have something well thought out to contribute to conversation. 


Latina, pan, cis and badass. She has a youtube channel where she rants unashamedly about things that matter to her and a lot matters to her. Very determined ally to causes she supports and it not afraid to call anyone out.


Black, straight, cis and hilarious. Her commentary is insightful and her allyship to other causes seems genuine and considerate. Her own channel is full of brilliant and cutting insights into many social issues and her work on MTV’s Decoded is so worth making the time to watch


I don’t think her name is hyperbolic, I think she is capable of rending heads. Sex worker and activist. She has amazing resources and information regarding sex work and her blog is full of information for sex workers and allies.


Ethnically Jewish/Latina intersex trans woman. She doesn’t write a lot of her own content but when she does she is incredibly insightful and well worded, I find following her and seeing her responses to be very educational and she lets me know when things are cissexist because I don’t always notice. 


Sex worker and woman of colour, she posts about a lot of different things, sometimes cute anime she likes, signal boosting other people and then other times she’ll write a long and incredibly well sourced polotical rebuttal. She talks a lot about racism, body positivity and abuse. She also makes art and I can’t prove that she is the queen of the fairies, but I’m pretty sure she is. 


White, bi/pan and great value. Her blog covers a number of different areas of feminism but her views are insightful and she seems really open to hearing people and understanding issues. I think her blog is fairly recent but she already has a lot of hate, which is a sign she is doing something right. 


Jewish blogger who blogs about anti-Semitism and autism as well as assorted social justice and feminist issues. 


This blog is dedicated to, as the name says, video games and diversity. Or as the blog points out, the lack of diversity. Gender, race and sexuality are huge talking points within video games but if it’s ever going to change we need passionate people like those on INDG.

Name: Declan
Nickname: Dec
Age: 27
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 200lb
Eyes: green
Hair: Black
Body type: Muscular, tall, and triangled shape
Status Pre-War: N/A
Status Currently: Nuka World disciple member
Relationship Status: with Kat
Spouse(s): none, he never believed he had it in him to settle down.
Sexuality: Bisexual
Gender: Cis male
Ethnicity: White but tan as fuck
Family: the Disciples
Languages: English
Scars: everywhere on him
Physical traits: tall af, is basically all muscle, pretty much made of barbed wire and rawhide.
Voice: is rough but he isn’t to big on talking. Uses glances to get his point across to people. But when he does talk he’s the most sarcastic person on the face of the earth
Clothing: Disciples armor
Fashion Style/Lifestyle: pretty much stays in the same set of clothes
Weapon of Choice: his knife and a 10mm
Skills: combat experience, lock picking
Weaknesses: bad temper, likes gin more then someone should, gambles but only with the stakes are high and your life is on the line
Poor skills: hacking, talking, and playing nice with others
Affiliations: Nuka World
Former Affiliations: old gangs he used to be a part of
Enemies: pretty much 99.9% of the world and the operators.
Neutral Affiliations: the Pack
Likes: cigarettes, bar fights, sarcasm, money, and gin
Dislikes: people
Hates: selfish behavior and killing without a purpose
Friends: Gage
Acquaintances: Mason, Davy, and the rest of the park
Former friends: they are all 6 feet under
Enemies: Mags and William Black
Pets: bone
Personality: very quiet to get him to talk is like pulling teeth, loyal as fuck when he thinks of you as friend and or family, and is a homebody and only leaves the park if Kat does
Favorite color: Red
Favorite foods: raw Brahmin steak
Favorite Sweets: fancy cakes

Made this guy for Kat I felt bad for making the the most depressed girl ever. So I made her a buddy. Updates of his face later will come. Along with more fics for @red-eye-radio

So this is me getting just a little bit tired of only ever seeing the same two plus size faces, or else not seeing them at all because… I dunno, they’re not important or admins can’t be bothered to find them or something else that makes no sense. Or, even worse, seeing people who are size four through twelve on plus size lists. Going by American sizes, fourteen and up is considered plus size unless it’s like a size twelve model who actively says that they think of themselves as plus size. That was my basis for putting people on this list, but I’m obviously not perfect, so if someone is on here you think shouldn’t be, or maybe someone isn’t on here you think should be, please let me know! Last note is that the alternate title of this masterlist You Have No Excuse Anymore, Please Stop And Rethink Your Choices by Panic! at the Disco. No, but really, under the cut you’ll find all of the plus size faces that I myself could find, organized by age and listing gender and ethnicity. I’ll update this as time goes on.

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20 Questions

Rules: answer the 20 questions and tag 20 amazing followers you’d like to get to know better!

I got tagged some weeks ago by the amazing @ukcatlawyer also a creative aspiring home interior designer (to be).

I also believe I was tagged months ago by the amazingly creative @devilsbastion for this as well.

So here it goes:

Nickname: none. A small couple of people are allowed to call me Loesje. Otherwise it’s my full first name.

Zodiac sign: it loves water and loves to go in both directions it’s Pisces.

Height: 1.72/1.73 meters

Orientation: straight, hetero, cis(?)

Nationality and ethnicity: Dutch and white

Favourite fruit: I don’t have a favourite. I go by what I like at the moment of buying my fruit and what is on sale that week. I usually have apples and tangerines lying in the fridge.

Favourite season: I like all seasons but if I have to choose: Spring and Autumn (because you can smell the change in the air and that is one of the most lovely smells there are).

Favourite book: I’m looking at my bookcase while answering this and the truth is I don’t have a favourite. I have favourites and that’s probably how it’s always gonna be, for me.

Favourite flower: As with the books I don’t have a favourite. A lot of them are so pretty and beautiful and smell lovely that choosing just one makes it difficult.

Favourite scent: The smell of freshly mowed grass and the smell of rain on warm grass/earth

Favourite colour: No doubt about this one: Green

Favourite animal: Again no favourite.

Coffee, tea or hot chocolate: Tea without a doubt. Love to drink gallons of it. Earl grey is my fave.

Average hours of sleep:  7-8 i s what I at least like to get. Lately more around the 6.5 hours unfortunately.

Cats or dogs: dogs. Don’t own one but my parents do. Cats aren’t liked in my family. Our country side (in more places in the Netherlands) has a problem with stray cats so that’s a one of the reasons why.

Number of blankets you sleep with: one, I believe it’s called a duvet cover in English. On hot summer nights just a sheet and when the temps dip into the minus 5/minus 10 range I might pack up another blanket (fleece) if I sleep alone.

Dream trip: so much places I like to visit. I would love to go back to Australia and New Zealand, see the northern lights, see Cape Horn.

Blog created: august 2013

Number of followers: 352 (maybe some straggling pornbots still follow me but usually I block them right away)

Leaving this open to anyone who wants to have a go.

Repost this and fill in your muse’s own information and answer the questions.
Tag 8 people to fill it out once you’re done. Feel free to skip certain questions!

TAGGED BY: @chocosnap // Tysm!! ♥
@sacredrite @holyslain @heavensvaults @starxshell @if-thing-were-a-little-different @triggerhearted (Don’t feel obligated! To anyone who wants to do this who wasn’t tagged, feel free to use me as the one who tagged you!)

NAME: Stella Nox Fleuret
Nox means “night” in Latin. Stella Nox are two Latin words that would mean, albeit incorrectly inflected, “Night Star”. Fleuret is the French name for a light fencing foil or small sword.
Female (CIS)



WHAT IS THEIR MORNING ROUTINE?: Brush teeth > Shower > Get dressed > Brush hair > Apply a lil makeup > Done!

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE THEM TO GET READY IN THE MORNING?: 30 mins. - 1 hour (she dillydallys xD)

WHAT TIME TO DO THEY USUALLY GO TO BED?: Quite early. Usually around 8:00 - 9:00 PM

DO THEY FALL ASLEEP EASILY? DO THEY STAY ASLEEP EASILY?: She’s out like a light as soon as her head hits the pillow, unless she’s triggered or has an episode, or summoned by Etro.

WHAT POSITION DO THEY SLEEP IN?: Usually on her side. But the moment she’s in a deep sleep, she’s the wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube man.

WHAT IS THEIR HANDWRITING LIKE?: Very neat and easy to read. Her cursive looks beautiful, but in reality is very hard to read. Is that a “p” or an “r”? You’ll never know.

DO THEY PREFER TYPING THINGS OR WRITING THINGS?:Writing. It gives it a personal feel.

WHAT FORM OF ART (I.E. SCULPTURE, EMBROIDERY, PAINTING, ETC) DO THEY LIKE?: Paintings ( Salvador Dahli, René Magritte ) , rough draft drawings, sculptures ( Leonardo da Vinci )

ARE THEY AN ARTIST THEMSELVES? WHAT KIND OF ART DO THEY DO?: Other than her “eccentric” self, she is no artist. Like. At all.

WHAT ARE SOME OF THEIR FAVORITE BOOKS?: Cosmogony, anything that deals with zombies, zombie survival guides, paranormal stories, etc.

WHAT GENRES OF MOVIES DO THEY LIKE?: Drama, horror, suspense, comedy .

WHAT MUSIC GENRES DO THEY ENJOY?: Lucian pop, classical, Altissian techno pop .


DO THEY PREFER THEIR MUSIC TO SOUND A CERTAIN WAY?: She just prefers to hear it lmao

ARE THEY A MUSICIAN THEMSELVES?: She can sing v well, but she doesn’t want to be a musician.


WHAT ARE SOME OF THEIR FAVORITE PIECES OF CLOTHING/OUTFITS IN THEIR WARDROBE? IF NOT APPLICABLE, WHAT DO YOU THINK WOULD BE SOME OF THEIR FAVORITE PIECES OF CLOTHING/OUTFITS?: All her dresses. She prefers her school-girl attire moreso than her dresses. doe It lets her move around more freely.

HOW MUCH ARE THEY WILLING TO SPEND ON CLOTHES?: She never purchases her own clothes. It’s usually the retainers that INSIST. (She’s happy with what she’s got)


WHAT KIND OF CLOTHES DO THEY LIKE?: She prefers clothes that keep her comfortable.

DO THEY WEAR MAKEUP? WHAT TYPE DO THEY WEAR?: No one’s perfect, so yes she does. Matte foundation, light blush & bronzer, light browns and yellows (mascara & eyeliner) to blend in with her natural self, and pink tinted gloss.




WHAT NATURAL ELEMENTS (GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURES LIKE MOUNTAINS, ANIMALS, SEASONS, LOCATIONS, PLANTS, ETC.) DO YOU ASSOCIATE WITH THEM: The white campanula bell flower, paintings of Etro, the swallowtail butterfly, Italy Altissia, Spring, and DEATH.

Thank you @padkai for tagging me! <3

Name: Ollie (short version of my real name)
Nickname: Ollie…
Zodiac sign: Libra
Height: 165 cm (5′5″)
Orientation: Straight cis girl
Nationality & Ethnicity: Polish American. 
Favorite fruit: Raspberries and Strawberries!
Favourite season: Anything but winter,,,,
Favourite book: There are so many;;;I love the A Song of Ice and Fire series but  I also love Fight Club, A Hard Boiled Wonderland, and Catcher in the Rye. 
Favorite flower: Wysteria, Jasmine, and Roses <3
Favourite scent: Coffee and the ocean
Favourite color: Red!
Favourite animal: Pandas
Coffee, tea or hot chocolate: Coffee all the way
Average hours of sleep: Right now it’s 7 
Cats or dogs: Both, but I’ve only had cats as pets ;_;
Number of blankets you sleep with: 1
Dream trip: Netherland, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, or Ireland
Blog created: 2-3 years ago I think
Favorite outfit: For comfort I have this grey t-shirt with this really beautiful illustration of a road on it and black shorts. 

Tagging @minima-life @adorablegorilla @muizhu @sablyte @things-apart @murderxbaby @emelld1324 @dogjpeg @xxxleokuraxxx y’all don’t have to answer if you don’t want to I’m just curious 

To all my women followers: whether you’re queer, straight, trans, or cis; whatever your nationality, ethnicity, race, or color; whatever size waist you have; regardless of whether you’re disabled, physically or mentally; whether or not your family, culture, or society at large values you; whatever social class you are born into; despite who your family is,You are so worthy of respect, love, and support. Don’t let anyone convince you otherwise.

anonymous asked:

Are you a feminist? I'm sorry if this is rude, but you seem like you are which is awesome but I didn't want to presume. I know this seems silly but I really am just curious.


and frankly, that is the ONLY acceptable response to that question. people who aren’t, or who think feminism is a dirty word, frankly aren’t people i trust or have a very high opinion of.

i’m also an intersectional feminist, i.e. i recognize that race, class, religion, economic status, ethnicity, education, cis-or-trans status, LGBT, and all other categories play a pivotal part in how women from different walks of life experience the world and the challenges that they face. so-called  “white” feminism, which empowers white women by using racist and sexist tropes about what a “strong woman” should look like, and silences other women who don’t fit into this middle-class american model, is just as harmful. if someone’s so-called feminism doesn’t empower and support and value ALL WOMEN, it isn’t feminism. period.

it is why i enjoy such a diverse and complex range of female characters. i love regina because she doesn’t fit either the ideas of a female villain or a female hero, because she is flawed and messy and unsympathetic at times and yet still keeps fighting the darkness, even if not the way everyone likes to think she should. i love emma because she’s so relatable to me with her walls and her self-isolation and her insecurities and her difficulties with letting in family and love, and everything she’s been through. i love peggy carter because she’s a lipsticked badass in high heels who smashes the patriarchy. i love miranda barlow because she’s a deeply feminine woman who never picks up a sword and loves her pirate husband no matter what, but never bows to anyone and is just as angry about injustice and is brave and fierce as hell. i love brienne of tarth because she DOES pick up a sword and beat the shit out of a smirking kingslayer, but is still an awkward teenage girl who is naive and romantic in her ideas and has suffered so much misogyny and hate for trying to break out of her “assigned role.” i am here for straight and lesbian and bi women, or ace women, or trans women, or whatever or however they identify as such. i am here for women being friends. i am here for women fighting for each other. i am here for women being complicated and flawed and yes, sometimes even unlikable. i am here for women getting justice for themselves. i am here for women that challenge the set-in-stone idea of what a Strong Female Character should be to be acceptable (i have written a lot of metas criticising this trope).

i love ladies getting shit done. i love ladies taking over the world. i love hillary clinton. i love the idea of president hillary clinton. i love the idea of president hillary clinton meeting prime minister theresa may and chancellor of germany/head of EU angela merkel. i love everyone acknowledging beyonce as basically queen of everything (my favorite saying is “thank jesus buddha allah yahweh and beyonce.”) i love ladies who love ladies. i love ladies who love men. i love ladies who are vulnerable enough to love and to have a family and friends and let down their walls. i love ladies who prefer to lone-wolf it. i love ladies who challenge conventional wisdom. i love ladies being feminine and soft and interested in things other than swinging swords, and not being relentlessly derided for it. i love ladies who swing swords.

i think you may be detecting a theme.

and i give exactly zero fucks about anyone who wants to shame me (or anyone else) about it. because the people who made feminism a dirty word are exactly the ones who feel the most pathetic and insecure and threatened by it, and who have a nostalgic idea of some “perfect” society where in fact, we just shut up and stayed in the kitchen and knew our place.

i’m a historian. historical badass ladies are my favorite, ever. challenging ideas of history as one male-dominated linear progress narrative is my favorite. revealing that the present is in plenty of ways just as bad as the past (or in some ways, worse) and that sitting on our laurels about how far we’ve come and how different we are is very, very false.

basically, i love us a lot, and we are fucking awesome.

don’t let anyone ever tell you differently.