hostile!

Preview from Gentosha of the color page for the next chapter. :) Here’s the blurb from the website:

兵藤たち"青道会"と敵対する中国系マフィア"黒龍"の幹部・王に囚われ、兵藤の懐へ潜り込むよう命じられたユキ。傷つき追い詰められたユキを兵藤は優しく抱きとめて――。一方、ユキから「さよなら」を告げられたテツは……?

Uhhh if I had to translate really quick, “Yuki’s been captured and ordered to get close to Hyoudou by Wang, the leader of the Chinese mafia group, the Heilong, hostile to Hyoudou and the Seidoukai. Hyoudou gently embraces the hurt and cornered Yuki… meanwhile, Tetsu was told “farewell” by Yuki…?” Sorry, that’s kinda rough haha. The text on the upper left in the image says something like, “Yuki’s healing up at Hyoudou’s place, but…” hey are we actually going to go back to Yuki for a bit in this chapter?

  • Percy: Grog, what could you have in that bag, that could be so important to bring it alo--
  • (A dog then pops out of Grog's satchel).
  • Grog: .... (whispers to the dog) get back in the bag.
  • Percy:
  • Percy: We're here, to investigate an abandoned urban jungle, teeming with death, and hostility. And you brought...a /dog/.
  • Grog: Uh...
  • Percy: GENIUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Percy: CANINES ARE HISTORICALLY KNOWN FOR THEIR PERCEPTIVE NOSE, AND HEIGHTENED SENSE OF SOUND!
  • Percy: MAKING THEM ACTUAL COMPANIONS, FOR HUNTRESSES LIKE OURS!

honestly my opinion on john green is less than hostile but only because everyone in the writing department acts like he’s the spawn of the fucking devil…..like he’s an average writer with a lot of hype and an annoying webpresence calm it

2

The moon smelt of Desperado
like your skin, oh a taste of Eldorado 
You found sand, in your ribs I hid
lamenting the highest bid

Yellow grass - - - the sun melted
pink horizon - - - choked and belted

I don’t know me, who shall I be now?
you squeezed my heart to curaçao
once was mine then went to no one
don’t stop me, it can’t be undone
I departed over, over, over you
but your kiss deathly blue.

Enough  it rang, it  echoed
all your bruises on me, mellowed
These lungs tasted hostility
the air of you, not a reality?

My abandon  words whistled
my bones ache for you, they bristled.

Your endless sky of blood pink
and Tickseed yellow, shudder to think

Where to circle you
when this heart of mine had no clue?

Perhaps only my bird’s lullabies
can conquer your sky of disguise

D C de Oliveira
6.32am
22.07.2017

anonymous asked:

I'm the last anon. I'm really sorry if I came across as menacing or hostile! I didn't mean to. I wasn't being sarcastic at all. I was genuinely curious at what can you consider yourself ace and have it not be. Other things? I'm sorry. When I read your response I was confused and I should have read the context before. I didn't mean to make it about aces. I probably should have asked an ace person not you for advice.

i’m not here setting rules on when or where people can define themselves as ace/aro you can do that at any time. the larger problem that i see within the ace community/mogai culture/etc, is a refusal to understand that things such as mental health, trauma, and internalized homophobia can significantly impact your relationship to sex and romance in ways that look like some form of asexuality when it’s actually something completely different. it is harmful to not be aware of those vital things when ‘educating’ kids (and adults, but that’s not the focus here) who are still trying to figure out who they are. it can lead to victim-blaming, self-esteem issues, and mental health going untreated.

anonymous asked:

uncommon opinion: i liked Emison's relationship development speed. i like that we got to see Ali go from someone to hostile and intolerant to someone slowly become more aware, more seemingly jealous, more accepting. Many lgbtq people don't necessarily have a smooth sail- many have hell to go through to fully accept themselves, incl. denial and fear. Ali was a very real portrayal of coming to terms with oneself and i'll forever respect Marlene for alis development with both Em and herself.

I agree!

In my opinion, their development was 98% perfect. I don’t want to say completely perfect because I, myself, wonder if the writers could’ve done a few things differently after the jump, but I’m more than satisfied. I see so many people still throwing fits over season five’s “almost” relationship and directing hate at Marlene for it. First of all, Marlene spoke out and said she didn’t want to break up any of the endgame couples but was overruled in the writers’ room. That goes for Emison, as well. Second, I personally don’t think they would’ve lasted through the jump and I’ve had countless discussions with @dilaurentisfields about it; they both had to grow further, and season five’s mini-relationship wouldn’t have lasted through it.

This was never the Emison show. We were never going to get 30 minutes per episode of Emison and, although I agree with those who are kinda upset that we should’ve gotten more screen-time between them, I’m grateful that we saw this development, in the first place. I think people will stay bitter about not seeing Emison more often or with bigger moments, but I believe it’s their fault for not being able to see the beauty in what we did get and instead wasting time ranting about what we’ve missed. It’s not Marlene’s fault that they’re too focused on what we lack instead of what we have, and what we have is a beautiful, complete relationship between two girls who had been best friends (and polar opposites, really), only to end up starting a family together.

Alison, herself, turned around monumentally (as you said) and I think that’s overlooked; self-acceptance is bumpy and doesn’t happen overnight. It’s insanely realistic that she had multiple moments with Emily before finally admitting that she knows why they’ve meant something to her. That development beyond beautiful, in itself, and paved the way for Emison’s relationship being more solid than ever and so gratifying.

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Imaging you and Thomas Barrow marrying each other to hide your sexualities.

**Based off of Two by Lenka**

If anything, the bond between you and Thomas was more that of siblings than of lovers. You had your arguments but, in the end, you shared something undeniable. You were both submarines, trying desperately to float under the radar in often-hostile waters. You offered support and comfort to each other. You loved each other in your own way. It was a bond of mutual understanding and struggle.

Before you met Thomas, you had felt utterly alone in the world. In a world where a woman was expected to marry a man and anything else was considered sacrilege, it was difficult to be happy at all. Finding others like you had been immensely difficult. All of the subterfuge, all of the fear, it had tainted your every waking hour. With only one you, you had been searching for love and had never actually found it. You had always ended up empty-handed as you tried to collect the pieces of your heart. You had never been so lonely.

And then you had met him. Someone who understood. Someone who could be an ally in enemy territory. You had latched onto each other almost instantly. Things were so much better with two. With Thomas, you weren’t alone. You didn’t have to hide. You could simply be yourself around him and the relief was glorious. Sure, he could be an ass, but that was of little consequence to you. You were just happy to have someone like you.

It had seemed only natural to find a way to hang onto him. And he had devised a perfect plan to deflect suspicion. So you had gotten married for a different kind of love.

“Are you going out tonight?” you asked as you wiped down a few dishes.

Thomas shrugged, “I think I’ll stay in. You?”

“I’ve got a date,” you admitted with a giddy grin, unable to contain your excitement.

“Yeah, well, be home before dawn,” Thomas advised, lighting a cigarette. “And stay safe.”

“You know I always am,” you teased.

Thomas’ lips quirked in a slight smile, “Well, I love you, so you’d better come back, alright?”

“I love you too.”

Yes, life with two was definitely better than one.

Gif Credit: Thomas

Something I like to do, sort of as a personal exercise or experiment, is I like to force myself to see things from the opinion I don’t agree with. 

Instead of reacting with hostility, or getting defensive, or belittling someone, or judging them, etc. take a second to stop, and really look at it from their point of view. Don’t just go with your gut reaction to things. Think deeper. Push yourself, challenge yourself to really open your mind, and look at the situation from a lens of compassion

It’s not easy, no it definitely isn’t. The majority of people I see in “drama” things, in real life, or on the internet, immediately jump to hate, and judgement. Even if you don’t necessarily agree with something, that’s cool it’s your opinion and I think it’s awesome we all have one, but that doesn’t give you the right to treat someone else badly for it. You should still respect that person. This goes for both sides of the coin– the haters and the hatees, if you will lol. 

And at the end of the day, does the situation at hand even really effect you? Like, ask yourself, why does this bother me so much? You know? If it literally effects your life, that’s a different conversation. If it doesn’t though? You’re literally wasting your time and mental energy on something insignificant and filling your head and your heart with negativity. 

Fun fact: it IS possible to see something you disagree with, realize it isn’t worth your time, and just keep on scrollin’ :~) 

THAT, my friends, is REAL freedom. lol. 

like of course when there’s finally a high profile mlm game in a space traditionally hostile to gay men its now that everyone crawls out of the woodwork to inform you that Actually This Is 5000% Problematique Because

like i’m so tired of the tablescraps of “we’ll put in maybe one (1) gay male character and he’s gonna be a hell of a terrible joke” from so many games. something designed with someone like me in mind for once and everyone’s scrambling over themselves to tell me i can’t ever like it because game grumps did the voicework. fuck off. i know they aren’t perfect (one of my biggest posts on this site is me specifically criticizing them for being racist lol) but am i not allowed to have this one thing

princess-unipeg  asked:

Sorry for making such assumptions. I didn't mean to make such accusations. Maybe the Butterfly family is only friendly to royalty. Moon was very polite to Lord and Lady Avarius but was very hostile to Buff Frog. I guess that's what they call classism.

Don’t worry I was joking.
That’s what I do. I make lame jokes.

Good point, though.

trans woman using her tumblr blog: wow it would be nice to exist in a society compatible with my very existence instead of being actively hostile to every normal aspect of my life because i am trans

someone named notcisjustnormalradicalvulvahaver: why do you want to stick your male benis in every single Real lesbian’s vagina

anonymous asked:

AA-The piece with Aberrant and all the NPCs broke my heart. It's kinda hypocritical of them, honestly, considering that by the time you get every NPC a couple of them have tried to kill/come with parties attempting to kill the player and other townsfolk(looking at you, Pirate Captain), but they get to hang around. Anyway, just wanted to pop in, say that and also great artwork as usual. :)

It’s not too hypocritical… after all, Aberrant DOES become a hostile enemy; technically speaking even the NPCs who would defend him in my narrative would attack him under strictly in-game circumstances. Compare this to Abomination (who is horrifying but never actually attacks anyone, but I personally wouldn’t house him with the other townsfolk if he were a canon NPC), and Anomaly (who outright KILLS people but doesn’t ever settle in with the townsfolk, always content to shadow the Player that summoned them, which nobody’s going to argue with because it’s the Player).

Here, well, they’re all kind of crazy in their own way… fallout from constantly dying and coming back and not quite being aware of it every time. Some townsfolk just prioritize self-preservation more than others. Whether it be due to repressed trauma or just wanting to have something to kill for the hell of it… and knowing the nature of humans - from the perspective of someone who is very frequently disappointed by callousness towards animals such as wasps and spiders - a lot of people are regrettably way more easily swayed to killing something if its appearance is frightening and alien to them. Way more easily than bringing themselves to kill a human that has appeared to reform from former aggressive ways and doesn’t go on an uncontrolled rampage every time the moon goes a bit wrong.

I’d made Aberrant quite early in 1.2s lifespan, and the forum niche I hung out with hadn’t even figured out that the Witch Doctor was a Lihzahrd at the time, so the only two we were dealing with were the Tinkerer (short-statured nerd who happens to be a goblin and doesn’t like other goblins) and the Truffle (who looks terrifying when I draw him, but I also tend to house him quite far from the rest of town just to limit mushroom enemies from spawning from the biome requirement on expert/during blood moons, so in my worlds there wouldn’t really be a conflict if/when he’d arrive; plus he’s apparently edible and I guess that makes him seem a lot less threatening, idk). It’s harder to keep the narrative going with the inclusion of more and more nonhuman NPCs, like the recent Skeleton Merchant (though in his case, he never joins town, or even gets remotely near it). Townsfolk being unreasonable to the ‘scary monster’ has pretty much been a core running theme with personal significance to me. It’d be hard to change it now.

Regarding the Pirate Captain, I’ve been keeping hardmode NPCs out of the loop for the time being just to keep things relatively simple; the cap’n would be one of the ‘nice’ ones to be perfectly honest. Pretty much all the hardmode-only NPCs would be more on the tolerant side just because Everything’s Terrible and they’ve embraced the world’s craziness more than trying to fight it… or something. :S

anonymous asked:

yeah, always that.. guess the pain in the ass it is to have those four things (I do have those 4) and hearing this almost everyday....After people are surprised when they discover that without us telling them, but they will react like this, so there's no point in telling them. I also hear some people (that I never told them I cut myself) that "cutters should just kill themselves, it's what they want, so why are they annoying us with their problems" that was the most hurtful thing I ever heard.

I know it is frustrating, but you also have to realize that they are speaking out of total ignorance because they don’t actually know anything about it. They just want you to be better so it doesn’t make them uncomfortable. That’s where the hostility comes from.

But that is also why you do want to get help, because at least you’ll be talking to someone who understands better and went to school to get a degree so they aren’t going to tell you to just “Get over it.” Generally, people have no idea about mental illnesses at all, and so they are afraid of it. 

@thisisteal- I’m sure that it seems like I hate David Lynch’s guts- but I don’t!  I actually like a lot of his work.  A lot of it, though, is difficult, if not impossible to watch.  He’s transparent about his fixations, which is good, because it means he has a coherent body of work- but some of his fixations are actively hostile to parts of his audience. Bafflingly, he doesn’t always get it wrong. Blue Velvet is a film about terrible things that doesn’t need to tell you “This is bad” to make you understand what it is. Lost Highway is actually very good at dealing with a woman’s reaction to abuse, how she processes her experiences, and tries to reframe them in a way that lets her seem to take back control.  Twin Peaks, the first time around, showed us how ugly abuse and exploitation are.  This, however, makes it difficult to understand why Lynch fucks up, and why he fucks up so badly when he knows better.

anonymous asked:

Do you think Moon should have a little arc of constantly losing due to always relying on scientific thinking rather than feeling that way it'll lead up to her mastering Decidueye's Z-move?

Well, I guess something has to show her that there’s more than one way of thinking, but I’m hoping it’s going to be pointed out that she really doesn’t think very logically whenever it comes to helping others.

(USE OWN BODY TO PROTECT A POKEMON FROM HOSTILES DESPITE HAVING A PROJECTILE WEAPON, DON’T MIND WHEN BARELY AVOIDING DEATH)

anonymous asked:

Wait so does could on know who Loki is in LiR or

I’m guessing this is an autocorrect for Coulson, in which case, yeah, he knows. He’s actually known since before actually recruiting Loki, as they discuss in Chapter 14:

Coulson’s eyes remained level. The hand near his drawer of weapons did not twitch. “SHIELD has no interest in creating new enemies. Our analysts judged that your antagonism was not directed at Earth and unlikely to recur. It seemed…advisable to allow you your subterfuge and not initiate hostilities.”

Not everyone in SHIELD knows - Fury also, obviously, and probably Maria, well before Clint (who was the first to find out from Loki himself). But Loki isn’t always as subtle as he thinks he is, and his arrival was a) pretty poorly timed and b) quite dramatic.

anonymous asked:

Hello. If, let's say, a girl jumped from a building and died, but a few moments later came back to life, other than the cops, what organisation do you think would be called? NSA, FBI, NTAC, or other? || Do you know what kind of community service a 17 year old girl would serve? || Thank you in advance :)

There definitely would be federal organizations involved in someone’s resurrection after such a death, and probably more than one as well. The NSA and NTAC that would be interested since there would be questions if this girl is the only one or are there hostile groups that can survive suicide missions. I also think that several medical branches would study this phenomenon. Can this be replicated and used on the operating table? Is it some kind of disease that prevents the natural course of life? Or is it a miracle? The CDC and the NIH would have people research this phenomenon.

By the way, there is something called the Lazarus Syndrome also known as autoresuscitation after failed cardiopulmonary resuscitation, it’s where there is a spontaneous return of circulation after failed attempts at resuscitation. It has occurred 32 times since 1982 and the reason why is not well understood.

Court order community service and voluntary community service are two entirely different things and some places won’t do one or the other. But some places that can be for check are various churches, soup kitchens, food pantries, animal shelters, thrift stores, or homeless shelters. The court would usually have a list of appropriate places to do community service.