Swan Queen: A modern fairy tail of two women co-parenting a son together. Both wanting to find self acceptance and a family to love and call their own.

Bering & Wells: A heart-broken woman from the past wakes up in a future world with a desire to destroy it. She doesn’t go through with her plan because she finds light and hope in the form of another woman; giving her a second chance at happiness.

Rizzles: Two women who are literally life partners.

Show Creators In The End: No but lady friendship and this random dude tho


Originally posted by offyoutrot-oro

My recently updated painting of Varda, Queen of the Starr’s .
Wife to Manwë and most feared by Morgoth.  
Inspired by J.R.R Tolkien’s, The Silmarillion.

anonymous asked:

You're still posting his disgusting artist? His mysoginostic characters have NO place on tumblr, nor do you if you think ANY of this is ok or redeemable. In 2017 we're supposed to be a BETTER world, a SAFER world, a LESS WOMAN-HATING world, yet here you are posting "hurr look at da titties boy women sure are sexy but also worthless!" in artist format. Fuck off and die, I bet you jack off to anime because no woman would actually get within 100 feet of a greasy manchild like you.

I normally choose to post Mashima’s artwork here, and nothing more. This blog was not made for any purpose but to share Mashima-senshi’s art, I have had no intentions of speaking out, or spreading any word. However, I was greeted with this in the mailbox and this is not okay.

I’m reusing a lot of old points from the previous post I’ve answered because I’m too tired and the points are generally the same.

1. Anon hate is never okay. It shows that you are a coward who do not have the guts to speak out with your identity attached, likely because you’re afraid of the repercussions. If you do not have the guts to speak out openly about your apparent disgust, you do not have the right to speak out at all, especially not a blog where his work is being shared and loved. That being said, hate in general is not okay.

2. *this, *misogynistic : Disgusting is subjective. What you find disgusting, other people may not. What we find disgusting, you may not. For example, I find this random anonymous ask attacking an artist disgusting, but you most certainly do not seem to deem it so. On the other hand, I’m sure many others following this blog for his artwork would agree that his artwork is rather great in their opinion. As this is a subjective determination, I will leave this as such. 

3. What are you doing on a blog that does nothing but post Hiro Mashima’s artwork if you find it disgusting? It seems you may have a problem. If you find something disgusting, I suggest that you stay away from it. Perhaps you can try a blacklist function, it is easily found with a quick google search. Going to a blog that posts nothing but something you find disgusting may mean that you have an issue, please see a doctor if it persists, it is not healthy for you to continually visit something that contains things you find disgusting.

4. There are a lot of things that have NO place on tumblr,; such as abuse and attack ( of which you are doing so ), cowardice ( in failing to show yourself while attacking others ). This? This is just art work of virtual characters that do not actually exist. If you are so wondrous, kindly focus your attempts of righteousness in a direction such as domestic abuse, rape and the likes. Please do in fact. The world could do with far lesser rapists. None at all would be just marvelous.

4. Who’s hating on women? You have deemed the women in Fairy Tail as sexy but also worthless, but not me. Not us. Maybe I speak for myself but I see the women of Fairy Tail as strong individuals who may have their moments to shine taken often ( unfortunately ), but such does not mean that they are any less worthy of compliments. Each of them has fought through their own troubles, traumas and sculpted a life for themselves. I don’t know what you are reading if you don’t see that. Perhaps you should be correcting yourself and your misogynistic views if you are the one seeing that the women are “sexy but also worthless”. Cause I’m pretty sure any of the women in Fairy Tail can take your ass anytime if they were in fact real.

5. Telling someone to fuck of and die is generally considered as abuse or harassment. Hey, that’s rude. That makes you a coward who attacks people, telling them to die. What makes you any better than the supposedly ‘misogynistic’ people you call us? We are just people who enjoy pretty art. You are someone who attacks people. How are you any better?

6. If you find that his work is horrible, you may choose to drop Fairy Tail like I know many have done. What is the issue here? I find it hard to understand why you continue to apparently torment yourself with art and story that you do not like and find disgusting. If you dislike it so much, please leave the fandom. No one is stopping you.

6. You’re talking about something personal, but unfortunately for you, I do not jack off. And there are many women who I hang out with frequently, definitely within 100 feet, sometimes even less than one feet. Also I’m not a manchild. I’m actually a woman who is definitely not greasy. LOL. Personal attacks don’t really work.

I do not advocate hate in any forms. If you dislike something, the smart move is to unfollow, blacklist, and avoid. Going forward to send messages like such to a blog that enjoys what you do not is honestly not the action you should be taking. You take the fun and happiness out of others because you dislike something. One can not expect everyone to like the same thing, and on the same note, one cannot expect everyone to dislike the same thing. You would not like it if I came up to you and said horrible things about the things you like, you would not like it if I came up to you and said, and I quote “ Fuck off and die”.  Even if you can not enjoy something, you should not take that enjoyment away from others. 

People who come to this blog came here for Hiro Mashima’s artwork. If you do not have that intention, or like them, please just leave. There is no place for your hate here. This is a place for people who enjoy Hiro Mashima’s artwork to unite and connect.

If any word is spread in this post, let it be this.


6.2.17 I went to an exhibition about Angela Carter last week and it was absolutely amazing. If you’re in Bristol and like really varied, different art styles and a love for women and fairy tales and the gothic, I reccomend. It’s at the Royal Academy in Bristol. Doing some writing up of statistics work now which is boring but has to be done. Xxx emily

drumming song (m)

requestfantasy au ; dark faerie!tae. for @lthyl ♡

pairing: taehyung | reader
genre: angst, smut
word count: 7.048
warnings: none.

The shift in the atmosphere is thick and sharp the moment you enter the house. On the outside, there was barely a sound shifting the air — only an unsettling silence as you watched the magnanimous house rising right in front of you, tainted by the stutter of your heart that seemed to want to get out of your chest.

You were nervous, body buzzing before you opened the unlocked door and entered what looked like another dimension. From the outside, you’d guess it was just another abandoned house — with its darkened windows and unkempt garden, jagged walls and gloomy atmosphere; the ghost of a residence that stirred with past lives.

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A list of Some of the Goddesses

Adraste - Goddess of Destiny

Amemet - Goddess of The Land of the West

Ana - Goddess of Plenty

Anapurna - Goddess of Plenty

Aphrodite - Goddess of Love and Beauty, But also of the Hunt

Aradia - Daughter of Diana, Goddess of the Full Moon

Ariadne - Goddess of Light

Arianrhod - Goddess of Fertility and Life Passage; Goddess of the Full Moon

Artemis - Huntress Goddess of Wildlife, Fertility, Children and Young Girls

Atremis of Ephesus - Goddess as the Great Mother

Astraea - Goddess of Justice

Asthoreth (Astarte) - Horned Goddess of Fertility and Love; Goddess of War

Bendis - Goddess of the Dark Moon, Wisdom, The Under-World and Witches

Brigit - Goddess of Fertility, Healing, Skills, and Poets

Cerridwen - Goddess of Magic, Wisdom and the Underworld

Danu - Mother Goddess, Goddess of Abundance

Demeter - Goddess of Fertility, Crops and Fruitfulness

Diana - Goddess of the Moon, Children, Wilderness and Witches

Diti - Goddess of Wishes Granted

Epona - Goddess of Horses and Abundance

Fortuna - Goddess of Fate and Chance

Freya - Goddess of Nature, Fertility, and Magic

Gaia - Goddess of the Earth, Earth Mother

Gerda - Goddess of Light

Harmonia - Goddess of Warrior Women

Hecate - Goddess of the Dark Moon, Magic, Wisdom and Witches

Hulda - Goddess of the Underworld

Inanna - Goddess of the Horned Moon, Goddess of Love

Isis - Great Goddess, Mother Goddess, and Goddess of Magic

Lakshmi - Goddess of Fortune

Lola - Goddess of Gambler’s Luck

Maat - Goddess of Truth and Balance

Minerva - Goddess of War, Wisdom, Crafts and Skills

Morrigan (The) - Triple Goddess of Battle, War and Plenty (Badb, Macha, Anu)

Nixes - Goddess of Water Spirits

Norns - Three Fates

Persephone - Goddess of Corn (Wheat) and of the Underworld

Ran - Sea Goddess

Rhea - Great Mother Goddess

Rhiannon - Goddess of the Underworld

Sarasvati - Goddess of Knowledge, Poetry, Music, and Patroness of Students

Selene - Goddess of the Full Moon and Magic Workers

Sin - Fairy Women with Magical Warriors

Skadia - Mountain Goddess

Tailtiu - Goddess of the Earth

Uma Parvati - Mother Goddess, Goddess of the Earth, Fertility

Uto - Snake Goddess of Regeneration and Fertility

Vesta - Goddess of the Hearth, Home and Herblore

So Many Ways to be Wicked | C.D.V

Originally posted by seaside-stars

Requested?: No. 
Word Count: 2,427
Pairing: Carlos De Vil / Reader


Part 2

Princes and Princesses were not kind. Let’s get that straight. With, of course, the exception of Prince Ben. Legally, you were a citizen of Auradon. You had lived there your whole life in a small cottage with your mother, Little Red Riding Hood, and your great-grandmother, Granny. You were born in a world full of good, and you were good. 

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Who are you?

Where Acnologia sees Lucy for the first time and isn’t dumbfounded in the way everyone is looking at it, but in utter agony. He sees a woman who put him away, sees a woman he will never forget, and he’s frustrated from all the resurfacing memories. Where he immediately goes to hurt Lucy because he can’t stand to look at the face he once saw 400 years in the past. Where he pushes Natsu, the dragon, to the side to take care of this woman. And while he is beating her he has this face of complete pain and suffering while tears of anger seep out of his eyes. Lucy talks to him while he moves to kill her, and Natsu is screaming in the background because he won’ reach Lucy in time. But right as Acnologia goes for the kill Lucy says something that Anna said to him all those years ago. Frozen with heartache and nostalgia this gives Natsu time to move and begin their fight. 

Things I Have Done After 40 Hours Playing Breath of the Wild

Got stranded on a desert island where a disembodied voice stole all my belongings except my underpants and made me use a tree branch and a pot lid to fight a giant.

Exacerbated a woman’s paralyzing fear of dragon flies.

Met a sexy fish man. Fell in love with a sexy fish man.

Subcontracted construction labor.


Tried to ride a moose.

Died of moose-related injuries.


Checked out Zelda’s ass. Go and get it, Link my man.

Liberated a cursed skeleton horse from spiritual enslavement and rode it until the sun rose and it was able to finally pass on into Horse Heaven.

Took off my shirt because an old man asked me to.

Met some gigantic fairy women who enchanted my pants. And my heart.

Nearly sacrificed my life on a pagan altar for the sake of getting a new sword.

Made risotto.

Realized that those probably aren’t seeds they’re giving me.

Found a freaky spirit goat thing. Rode on it.

Set things on fire. Set everything on fire.

anonymous asked:

Do you know of any stories of the First Witch? I saw a retelling of a Slavic myth involving tricking the god of magic, Veles, into revealing his secrets. I wondered if you know of any other First Witch myths from other places?

Great question! First it is important to note that specifically witchcraft vs. shamanism, sorcery and divining is mostly a medieval phenomenon, so the origin stories are usually traceable to the medieval period or later.

1) The Vangelo (the portion of the Aradia: the Gospel of The Witches that was provided to Charles Leland by his fortune teller informant Madellena of a Tuscan witch traditions folklore (what is now seen by folklorists as an example of atypical folklore–so this lore was not widespread and may have been isolated to a small region). Tells of Diana (the moon) eclipsing Lucifer (the sun) and conceiving a savior Aradia during the oppressive medieval period to save the peasantry from the horrendous abuse of the feudal and corrupt religious governments. Created by these animist gods the moon and sun, Aradia’s mother charged her with teaching the peasantry poisoning and magic for a subversive and magical peasants revolution. Now most of us believe the first sorcerers and witches would certainly predate the medieval period, but perhaps this particular cult of magical peasants rebellion did not. And if witchcraft is defined as the church seems to be as a pervasive magical cult of resistance, well perhaps this tale does make sense despite obvious solitary sorceresses like Medea predating Aradia by a long time.

2) Lilith-variously understood as a demon, serpent, and first woman-Lilith has revealed herself overtime in many contradicting forms today showing herself as a goddess and patron of feminism. However, one of the expressions of Lilith in Hebrew tradition was as a otherworldly mother of wild animals and spirits. She is said to have been created from clay and gods breath and in his image, but when she saw herself as equal to Adam, demanding sexual and dominionative parity, she was banished to rule the wild animal kingdom in exile. Adam was provided Eve made instead of in god’s image instead from his rib and therefore supposedly his. Perhaps she got her revenge on the form of a female serpent that shared a little resistance, freedom and knowledge fruit with Eve and maybe even mothered or partnered with Cain. As a patron of wilderness, wisdom, sexuality and heresy, this semi-human presentation of Lilith dates back medieval Kabbalah texts. Prior she was more of a bird succubus demon.

3) Another apocryphal story of the first witch cult is that the sons of god or watchers/gregori which could be angels or other spiritual beings or an elder race of man, descended from above (the sky or the mountains) and fell for the amazing women of the tribe and found fit to teach them magic (dying fabric, cosmetics like make up and scented oils, and metallurgy for making tools, weapons, armor, and jewelry.) Although, I don’t find this tale as convincing as a witch tale-it’s more of a skill and culture tale, because it doesn’t include things we associate with witches like spells, shape changing and spirit-flight and wildness–but rather the opposite.

4) My main witchcraft influences are Gaelic. And while there is not a particular first witch story, it is pretty clear that priestesses/druidesses of sorcery, sexuality and storm goddesses are the predecessors of fairy women, fairy doctors and that were later made illegal as “witches” in English. The first recorded witch trial was in Ireland in 1325 of Alice Kyteler. Considered one of the first witch trials in Europe and the first recorded to indicate an incubus familiar lover for the witch. Her trial includes many elements of folk magic like black rooster sacrifices at Crossroads. Alice was condemned but escaped, her servant was executed. So witchcraft was believed to be conferred by demons or fairies and so I imagine the happening of any particular otherworldly conference of witchcraft from an otherworldly being to a witch could be extrapolated to explain how the first happened. A fairy who fell in love with a person taught them magical ways. For all intents and purposes fairies, elder ancestors, and even the sons of god are indistinguishable when it comes down to it–so when one or more of these beings be it Lilith, a Watcher, a fairy or an ancestral spirit seduces a human and teaches them magic it results the same: in witchcraft.

These tales that I am familiar with vary quite a lot from the Slavic story you shared. In that the first witch stole magic rather than a spiritual being illicitly teaching it to them or a witch messiah provided by a witch goddess. I find that quite interesting. My friend Gordana had shared this tale with me before, but I hadn’t thought oh yeah, that’s different. But it is. Pretty cool.

Followers, for anymore cool first witch tales?