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Grishaverse Cards Against Humanity anyone?

I’ll probably make a part two of this so please stay tuned. Feel free to print these out on one condition: if you do and you play this game, I want you to post the funniest round and tag me in the description so I can reblog the fuck out of it. 


UPDATE: I finally made a part two! You can find it here.

so as soon as i realised i was trans it was pretty easy for me to reconcile a lifetime of wanting to have my own kids with probably not being able to have kids

but admittedly i think i thought i’d always have a potential backup like maybe one day i might accidentally or intentionally end up pregnant and then i could have a baby

but in the last 6 months T completely stopped blocking my period. i’ve been on progesterone shots to try and stop it but i still get it every couple of months and so i need those shots more frequently than is normal. but the last one i got was two weeks ago and i haven’t stopped bleeding since. it’s really really not much like i don’t need to wear a tampon or anything but it won’t. go. away.

so the only other option to stop my period is hysto and i thought i was cool with that idea but it’s such a huge decision way bigger than top surgery or hormones. but the dysphoria from my fucking period fucking sucks and i’m afraid of wearing light pants and i have to carry a tampon with me everywhere

anyway end rant

First of all, I cannot believe I hit 500 followers! Seriously guys, thank you so much, I’m so amazed this many people appreciate what I do? This is such a huge motivation, really!!

I wanted to say a special thank you to those who inspired me to start this journey and had some lovely words for me! My greatest thank you to @feriam-sidera-vertice (not a studyblr but,, my best pal who always helps me out with aesthetic & co. so worthy of being recognized!!) @hobifulstudies who always said lovely tings under my posts?? Thank you so so much?? @studyhardsleepharder a huge source of inspiration, really!! @prettynotesmakesmehappy one of the prettiest blogs out there, greeeat inspiration too!


So, since most of the people in the community decide to do something nice to thank their followers when hitting a milestone, I decided to do something similar! What I planned on doing to thank all of you is mood boards, so if you are interested keep reading for some rules!

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Aesthetics - GMW Lemonade Mouth AU :

(Aesthetics made by @darlingpanslove for this AU. She’s a peach. Go check her out).

“Poets, Geniuses, Revolutionaries. Lemonade Mouth has been called all these things. But the story, of how our band came to be, is a mystery to them all. I wonder if they’d believe it. If we told them it all started right here…..”

Maya Hart, Riley Matthews, Lucas Friar, Farkle Minkus and Zay Babineaux. Five ordinary students at John Quincy Adam’s High with extra-ordinary talents come together to speak their minds, to be heard, be strong, be proud. Together they stand up for what they believe in and manage to make a difference.

Story-board :

@ellenarcher

@oceanspray5 (Me)

Visual Artist :

@darlingpanslove

Story Consultant :

@sunshinematthews / @rcwblanchard 

Original Idea :

@lucayapops

Get yourselves excited GMW Fandom. The Lemonade Mouth AU is happening. Stay tuned for news and feel free to ask questions and freak out in excitement. (Seriously though, show us your looking forward to this cuz that’s our encouragement to work hard on this).

Carrying my double terminated Crystal to assist me in my upcoming creation. I am excited to share what I am concocting! Follow me on Instagram and stay tuned for my next product! (@jeditree) Also feel free to check out my Etsy shop! Www.Etsy.com/shop/jeditree Wishing everyone a safe and magickal weekend.✨🌿

TOUCH | Part I. Uncharted Territory
Rating:
M
Pairing: Eren/Mikasa (Eremika)
Word Count: 4830

Read @
[FF.net | AO3]
Summary:

“[…] When this is all over. When we take it all back. What do you want?“

”…I don’t know if it’s something you could give me.“

A nearly fatally wounded Mikasa is tended to by a guilt-ridden Eren. The task leads to a conversation and chain of events that throws the nature of their relationship into question.

[Eremika. Canonverse. Eren POV. Eventual smut. Two-Shot.]

A/N: Hello! I realize I am a little late to my own party, but I wanted to “formally” introduce myself and personally post about this fic seeing as it’s my first contribution to the Eremika fandom aside from lengthy, shouty essays defending the ship and an intense makeout gif that apparently tainted someone’s innocence because it was actually pulled from a hentai I AM SO SORRY… but will probably be making more extremely nsfw eremika gifs from that very show, so, beware - or if you’re a perv like me, rejoice!

Ahem. I am the author of Touch, known as Fenroar Greyfront on fanfiction sites (Seems random, but I’ve had the pen name ever since I was an awkward preteen starting to write fanfiction and am kind of attached to it).

So, I had no clue that the Eremika AO3 feed was a thing, and was taken by surprise when my fic was suddenly on tumblr the minute I posted it elsewhere (I’m clearly a newb). But I’ve been seeing so much love thanks to that post, and am genuinely glad people are enjoying it. However, I felt obligated to post about the fic from my own blog, so here we are haha.

If you have not yet read it, and in-character canonverse Eremika with the hope of eventual smut at all intrigues you, please do give it a read, and let me know what you think - whether you absolutely hated it, or luffed it, feedback is an author’s lifeblood tbh, and I just wanna know what’s on your mind, y’know? <3

If you have already read it and/or commented, THANK YOU (I will personally hunt you down and thank you if you have reviewed/commented, if I have not yet already). Stay tuned for more :)

P.S. Feel free to cut out the A/N if you would like to reblog this post without my blabbing about random things and apparently tainting the innocent.

On Coming Out

Okay, I’m going to be unbearable, tacky, and profound. Please feel free to tune out. But I finally told my mom about my girlfriend two days ago, and she took two days to mull over the topic, and today we sat down and we finally spoke about me being into girls for the first time (she’s known for a while, but this was our first real conversation that took more than five minutes). Now I’m supposed to be asleep, because I have a flight back home in a few hours, but I’m too excited to sleep. So instead I’m going to be embarrassing and share Profound Thoughts about coming out.

I’m always really bitter when I see any media emphasising the importance of coming out. They make it sound as if being out was an end-all for us, and if you don’t come out, you are: living a lie, hurting your partner, showing you are ashamed of your partner, etc. I fucking hate shaming people for not coming out.

On the other hand: holy shit, being out is awesome. I’m out at work, I’m out to all my friends, I’m out to my mom. I love it. I kiss my girl in public, I make dumb gay jokes to my team at work, I tell my mom about how my gf is going to hate our new bread basket. It feels wonderful. In comparison, being closeted was a constant exercise in bitterness and vague anxiety. It was looking over my shoulder, it was feeling excluded from conversations, it was just so fucking uncomfortable. Now I get why some non-straight people idealise being out, and why they treat it like the ultimate goal. But there is a catch.

The thing about me is: I’m almost 30 years old. I moved countries, I’m renting a flat with my girlfriend, I’m financially independent. I live in a big, cosmopolitan city that doesn’t give a fuck. There is an LGBT support group in our local library, a gay bookshop just a bus ride away, not to mention other facilities. We have a large group of non-straight friends, both locally and all around the world. Of course I’m out. I’d be stupid not to be in these circumstances. Of course I don’t care when my bigoted relatives make homophobic jokes around me. No matter what they say, I’ll be a continent away from them in a few days, and anyway, I’m in this family and I like girls, fuck anyone who has a problem with that.

You know when I wasn’t out? A few years ago. When I was struggling with finding work, struggling with depression, and scared that if I came out to both my parents, my dad would make my health even worse with his insensitive comments. I wasn’t out when I’d just managed to find work, and I didn’t want to take risks. I wasn’t out when my girlfriend was far away in a different country, and I didn’t have the comfort of waking up next to her every day.

Coming out is great. 10/10 would recommend. But coming out isn’t what makes life good. What makes life good is finding yourself in circumstances in which you are able to come out safely. It’s either putting yourself in a place that you know will shield you from the backlash, or building yourself a state of mind in which other people’s bullshit doesn’t touch you. You can’t come out unless you feel safe, be it for external or internal reasons. Guilting non-straight kids into coming out is immoral, cruel, and stupid. Coming out is not a life-changing act of heroism. It is, it should be, a result of finding oneself in safe, healthy circumstances. That’s when it has the chance to feel as great as they make it sound in the movies.

estesa  asked:

What's the "same page tool"? Sounds useful

Okay, for long-time followers, feel free to tune out because you’ve heard this rant before.

For the rest of you, the Same Page Tool is an amazing way to help GMs and players gset their expectations as far as railroading, inter-character conflict, the importance of the rulebook, and other unspoken aspects of RPGs.

Example excerpt:

As one of my friends said, it’s basically a Social Contract.  If we had gone through it at the beginning of the campaign, it likely would not have changed the course of the campaign itself, but it would have helped change my expectations so I’m not feeling quite so disappointed here, several sessions in.

I think it’s especially important for players who have frequently gamed before, as everyone has a different perspectives of what an RPG “should” be.  This helps people with different backgrounds and assumptions verbalize their expectations and adjust their mindset when necessary.  New players don’t generally have any baggage coming into a new campaign, and can more easily adapt to however the game operates.  Long-time players need to have their expectations challenged so they can adjust to however this particular campaign is going to operate.

Original Idea from bankuei

Handy printer-friendly PDF version

Personal Note, Part 2

As a follow-up to this post, I should be around more often from now on!  I’ve been pretty absent the past few months and the reason why is…. I’m pregnant!  My husband and I are expecting a baby at the end of September and the first trimester has been a little rough… But I’m happily in my second trimester now, feeling better, and intending to be around much more.

More personal stuff after the cut if you’re interested, but the short of it is, this blog should be much more active again.  May the Force be with you all!

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SPOTLIGHT

This is one of my beautiful followers  "Zippe-r“, aka Brenda. She is a personal blog with a great theme and posts. Her uploads and selfies are perfect too! She’s an incoming freshman planning to major in Bio or Cell Bio and if you are a college student feel free to give her advice! Brenda’s also loves eggplant parmesan and long boarding on the boardwalk. Feel free to check her out!

Stay tuned for the next spotlight, you may be it!