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dexphagus  asked:

Hi! Could you please do a no. 10 for SuperCat? Thanks and happy new year!

(The happy new year just showcases that it’s been 84 years since I last posted anything but I thought I’d try seeing if I could still make the words do the Thing I am sorry this took so long).

10. “I just want this.”

& bonus 19. “Come home with me.”

It starts with a messy kiss on Cat’s balcony, as Supergirl tells her goodbye and wishes her luck on her latest adventure.

They’re stood close together, arms pressed against one another as they both gaze out at the city, and Cat can’t help but revel in being so close to the woman that has come to mean so much to her over the past few months.

Kara might think that Cat is only interested in the Supergirl side of her, but that is far from the truth – and Cat would tell her so, if only Kara would tell her the truth. But her final fishing attempt had been brushed off with a soft smile and an amused laugh, and Cat isn’t going to push it any further.

If Kara wants to keep up the charade, then so be it.

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@lunlucy yoooo I’m the anon that thought your Lance with a backwards cap was hot

“I forgot” does not mean “I didn’t care enough to remember”

I’m sorry but can people just… stop making posts about how stimboards are bad because “the Neurotypicals have taken stimming and made it a Trendy Aesthetic! they all just like slime and paint and don’t care about people who REALLY stim!” I just saw another one of these and I’m so annoyed over it.

To be clear, I’m not talking about posts where people say things like “Allistics/NTs people who enjoy stimboards should be aware that autistic people are often made fun of for their body stims and that glitter and paint isn’t all stimming is!” Those are good and fine. I’m talking about the posts I’ve seen where people…. somehow don’t seem to realize that the majority of stim blogs are run by autistic people, people with ADHD, people with severe anxiety… you know, the exact kinds of people who need to stim. (And yes there are NT people who make stimming into an aesthetic, I’m not denying that, it’s just that they’re the minority in terms of people who run stim blogs.)

If you don’t wanna take me at face value on that previous statement, I just went through all of the stim blogs I’m following and here are some numbers–
Blogs run by at least one autistic person: 35
Blogs run at least one allistic but otherwise neurodivergent person (and no autistic people): 29
Blogs run completely by neurotypical people: 2
Blogs that didn’t seem to specify: 14
Let me reiterate: I went through eighty (80) different stim blogs and the amount of those with at least one autistic or otherwise ND mod was sixty-four (64). The amount of those with only NT mods was two (2) and the amount that could go either way was fourteen (14). I think it’s safe to say that tumblr’s visual stim community is largely made by and for neurodivergent people who are genuinely helped by stimming.

But some people don’t seem to be aware of this and they make posts that say things like we shouldn’t be referring to videos & gifs that we literally use to help us audio & visual stim as “stimmy”? That we should just call stimboards “gif moodboards” instead? And that we think stimming is a Trendy Aesthetic when really we’re literally using these things to stim? And then act as if none of us know what it feels like to be made fun of for our body stims? And generally just act like we’re all neurotypical people?

Personally I unlearned so many of my stimming behaviors as a kid, including rocking, flapping, and hair twirling, because I kept getting picked on at school for doing them. Every time I go out I’m afraid I’ll accidentally start doing a “weird” stim in public and embarrass myself. Tons of people who run stim blogs also have body stims; we do know what it feels like be stigmatized for them.

Look, I just… I understand if stimboards don’t do anything for you personally. I understand if you’re bothered that neurotypical people enjoy and share them. I get that. And, like I said, I understand that there are neurotypical people who treat stimboards like they’re just a cool new aesthetic–it’s okay to complain about that. But they’re the ones who should be blamed for it, not us. People getting mad about the concept of stimboards existing without realizing that the majority of those who make them are the kinds of people who actually need them is what bothers me.

Sorry for ranting so much, I didn’t expect this post to end up this long… I guess basically what I’m saying is that we should continue making posts explaining that things like flapping and chewing are also stims and making fun of people for them is wrong, because those are genuinely helpful. But we should stop making posts acting like all stimboards are made by Neurotypicals who want to Steal Stimming, because that’s literally not true and makes me feel bad as an autistic person who runs a stim blog.

i don’t think anything makes me angrier than the feeling of being talked down to. like if i even vaguely feel like someone thinks i’m stupid i get really really defensive and i can’t control myself (it SUCKS)

“I think you’ll like it. it’s got bi representation” I haven’t even come out to you yet am I just that obvious

anonymous asked:

0:!!! what are ur thoughts on milos murphy law?

Before I explain I think like I need to say this: Phineas and Ferb was (and is) one of my favorite shows ever !!! It helped me through some bad times and I simply love it, so the main reason i decided to watch (and kinda why i like) mml is because i was used to the writers, the kind of humor and it’s easier for me to talk about it while comparing (which can be weird, and i do appreciate the show by its own, but its better to have the reference i guess ?)

As a short answer, i think it’s a clever show, with some charming characters whose personalities are explored through their actions and i like the way they interact (specially the main trio, my kids). The music is nice, but i think most songs are meh ? or at least for me, but the ones that are good, are so catchy ! 

I really like the jokes in the show, and i think that’s why i enjoy it the most, and as someone said (i dont remember who im sorry), mml is based on un unpredictability, unlike pnf that had an episode formula, but it works really well (sometimes better than others). I really like mml, and while i think my opinion is biased because of how much i loved pnf, the show it’s pretty clever, fun and has a charming cast. I think the fact that i watched like 15 eps in one night/day kinda explain how much i enjoy this show.

and i kinda explain more under the read more cause i have free time and i like to rant

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Nikola Tesla is the greatest b/c he loved pigeons and science and wanted to provide people with electricity at low cost but he was also lowkey trying to build a death beam. 

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