i feel like ranting because the whole universe never fails to disappoint me. i posted a picture on instagram that had a drawing of naked woman on it, flaunting her body. the message behind the picture stated that being outwardly sexual has nothing to do with respect. i only posted that picture because someone i know made fun of another beautiful woman who posted a picture of herself in lingerie. she thought it was disgusting that she put her body out like that but i saw it as self expression. i can’t be the only one who thinks a woman can do whatever they want with their body whether it be kylie jenner or a random person who lived in texas and thinks their body is beautiful. anyway, i digress, once i posted said picture i got a comment from my cousin, if you will, that asked me to delete it because it was weird. i said no because it’s just art with a powerful message which is what i’m all about. he proceeded to say that the woman’s bush was not art and i can’t imagine how he will deal with the natural aspects of a woman’s body when he’s older. it sucks to know that many guys think the same way and with out body positivity girls will continue to think that men don’t want them in their natural form. i happened to get two more comments that agreed with my cousin and they both were from girls. it’s so disheartening to see women tear other women down for not stepping up to their standard EVEN IF IT IS JUST A DRAWING BECAUSE I SEE IT EVERYWHERE. i don’t know if i’m overreacting because i know not everyone is as open minded as me and everyone is entitled to their own opinions but still? i need the internets help on this one UGH

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Hogwarts’ students were about to face the worst test of their lives so their professor invited Auror Harry Potter to talk about his adventures. The Q&A went out of the professor’s control, though x)

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💖 gryffindor gal pals 💖

my entry for @meabhd‘s birthday coloring contest! this was so fun to make, méabh’s lineart is simply gorgeous and i had a blast coloring it

check her blog bc her art is dope and amazing istg

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Professor McGonagall sat down behind her desk, frowning at Harry. Then she said:
‘Have a biscuit, Potter.’
'Have – what?’
'Have a biscuit,’ she repeated impatiently, indicating a tartan tin lying on top of one of the piles of papers on her desk. 'And sit down.'” (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix)

McGonagall was the first one who strongly believed Harry Potter would become an Auror, so here she is in my series of sketches :)

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