having fun coloring don't judge me


📷 No Filter Challenge 📷 by @butterfly-tattoo ❤

I was tagged by the beautiful @dank-owski @ohnikkinikki @skadisim Thanks a bunch bebs!!!! 💕💕💕

RULES: take a picture of the sim that’s normally associated with your blog (your legacy founder/lead character in your story etc.), now take away all their cc (except their hair, eyebrows, and skin color), then do a before and after picture.

Well, of course I chose my dear dear Bunny! 🐰 She doesn’t look that different! It actually looks like she is wearing heavy foundation without cc!! Like a baby’s bottom! AS SMOOTH AS A BABY’S GLUTEUS MAXIMUS!!! ((She also got a wee amount of plastic surgery beforehand))

I think a lot of people done this or have been tagged already so if you want to do it you should because it’s fun! Expose your cute sims!

underwaterbaskettwerking  asked:

I don't understand Lolita culture, what do you get out of dressing up like what is socialized into us as clothes for small girls?... I'm not judging or decrying anyone hobby cuz I most definitely have my own obscure vices, just wondering.

Generally, I think most Lolitas are into it because it’s fun!  It is a fashion that celebrates femininity for femininity’s sake.  With all the pastel colors and bows and ruffles and petticoats, modest hemlines and covered shoulders, it’s completely unappealing to the male gaze.  That’s what appeals to me about it.  Honestly, I’ve got a complicated relationship with Lolita fashion myself.  On one hand I feel like I’m playing right into the hands of every harmful stereotype there is about trans women and extravagant hyper-femininity.  On the other hand the fact that it *is* coded in such a feminine manner really works well with my particular brand of feminism.  This is femininity that is confrontational.  It makes people uncomfortable.  Again, it is wholly unappealing to the male gaze and as such it challenges the patriarchal idea that femininity means sexual availability–and if it DOES turn someone on, then it invites discussion about the mainstream sexualization of young girls and the fetishization of youth and how these things harm women.

And besides. Wearing Lolita makes me feel like a princess.

anonymous asked:

White people are judged and put through racism on Tumblr, Twitter etc. We know the feeling don't make it seem as if our lives are perfect.

You get stopped and frisked for driving while black? You get locked out of certain jobs due to the color of your skin? You get shot down for simply “looking” suspicious? Your ancestors were taken an enslaved for centuries? Oh snap, I forgot. You guys get made fun of on social networking for not having lips or rhythm. Let me go ahead and put you on the prayer list, my apologies.