for rachna :')

okay real talk. It genuinely breaks my heart when people think klance shippers are delusional and klance is not good representation. how is a relationship between two boys (one of whom is canonically a poc and the other is strongly headcanoned to be one) not good representation? how is a relationship between two boys who grow together and learn to mutually respect and support one another not good representation? do you have any idea how important this ship would’ve been to me if it’d been around a time when I was a kid? to see a healthy, supportive relationship in a kid’s cartoon? It would’ve made me coming to terms with my own sexuality that much easier. It would’ve meant, oh, ‘if those two boys can fall in love, then two girls can too. it’s normal. nothing unusual.’

but I didn’t get that. but kids today can. they can look at ships like klance and realize it’s alright to like whoever you want. it’s not bad to be gay. so please, do not say klance is not good representation. because an interracial mlm ship is definitely very good representation.


Rachna is sharp in both tongue and wit, a champion eye-roller, and all-around tough cookie. She blows wild curls of hair out of her face like they personally offend her, yells insults at idiot drivers on the road, and she can pull the lids off pickle jars that John can’t budge to save his life. Gerdie likes bubble baths and cartoons and leaves little marshmallow trails to lead ants out of the house instead of killing them, usually while humming oldies in polka dot pajamas. She (a florist) squeals and squeaks with enthusiasm while Rachna (a nurse) drones sarcastically and brandishes dark humor, but both women have soft spots for George Clooney, pepperoni pizza, and their sons.

John knows in his heart they are best friends for life.

anonymous asked:

The whole of s4 was subtle klance. It's showing the viewer how bad keith and lance are without eachother. Just how lance is his stability. At least that's what I'm going with and sticking to it lol

Mood lmao. 

But on a serious note: Yeah, I think the fact that Keith literally tried to sacrifice himself in a reckless move that had zero chance of working out combined with the fact that there were multiple scenes where Lance’s feedback wasn’t taken seriously highlights this. Lance acted as Keith’s impulse control, and to use LM’s word, stability. Keith treated Lance as his equal while he was the leader, and Lance’s input was consistently validated because Keith always listened to Lance. So, without each other, they’re kinda falling back to where they were at the end of season two.

And I do think Keith left to join the BoM partly due to Lance questioning his own place on the team, but Keith didn’t tell Lance this (it’s just easy to infer with how he sat out the mission in 3x06). Lance for his part has no idea what Keith is doing, or why he’s doing this so he’s probably a little bit hurt by this in season four. Add the fact that they didn’t communicate at all, and you kinda have a messy situation that could lead to some proper communication between them in the future and I, for one, want that more than anything.

Hey everyone. I’m Rachna. So I’m guessing you guys already probably know what happened, but Tumblr, for some reason ended up terminating my old account. It’s kinda sad because it was literally my first blog ever, and I’d had it for 6 years and I’m really upset I’ve lost all the content I created. I used to be bisharpshooter , but since my account was terminated, I had to make a new blog with a different url. I am still trying to figure out why I lost my blog, but in the mean time, if you’ll want, you can contact me here.

Here’s hoping I can get my old blog back though, but if not, then you can be certain that I’ll be resuming my scheduled blogging about Lance and Klance over here.


congratulations to @lawlietsjustice for finishing The Mihael Factor~🌿

it’s been an exciting journey and it’s so incredible that you’ve completed it. thank you for bringing this amazing fic into our lives ^-^

Available NOW on Amazon.  circa 2016

GOOD GIRLS MARRY DOCTORS: SOUTH ASIAN AMERICAN DAUGHTERS ON OBEDIENCE AND REBELLION is the first anthology to examine the multiple facets of daughterhood in South Asian American families.

Contributors include: Ankita Rao, Ayesha Mattu, Fawzia Mirza, Hema Sarang-Sieminski, Jabeen Akhtar, Jyothi Natarajan, Leila Khan, Madiha Bhatti, Mathangi Subramanian, Meghna Chandra, Natasha Singh, Nayomi Munaweera, Neelanjana Banerjee, Phiroozeh Romer, Piyali Bhattacharya, Rachna Khatau, Rajpreet Heir, Roksana Badruddoja, Sayantani DasGupta, SJ Sindu, Sona Charaipotra, Surya Kundu, Swati Khurana, Tanzila Ahmed, Tara Dorabji, Tarfia Faizullah, and Triveni Gandhi.


Happy Diwali! *:・゚✧ The yearly festival of lights symbolizing the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil, and new beginnings. I went to a Diwali festival today to aid in writing Rachna’s character since she is Indian, and took some extra notes on some things to incorporate into Raising Home!

Also pictured here is my beautiful friend Isha (in the glasses), and her sister Rachna (who inspired the name)! I met with her and her parents this summer to interview them about what it’s like to be an Indian family living in the US, and learn some first hand info about customs, food, clothing, holidays, etc. With their help we pinpointed that Rachna’s profession as a nurse would weave back to the state of Kerala, where medical professions are prominent, and thus how that effects her meals, language, traditions, and more.

Keep an eye out for a scene where John and Ferdinand join Rachna and Samil for Diwali one night :)


Wow, it’s sure been a while since I worked on a character redesign for Golden Bat!  Thank you guys SUPER for hanging out during the stream – it turned out to be a bit of a challenge, didn’t it?

Here’s Nazo 2.1!  Roughly the same as my previous redesign, with a few tweaks to streamline his look and make it more cohesive.

Head under the cut for a breakdown!

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