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  • Bernard and Bianca Go to Australia: The Rescuers 2
  • Jafar Comes Back as a Genie: Aladdin 2
  • Belle Makes Christmas: Beauty and the Beast 2
  • Pocahontas Goes to England: Pocahontas 2
  • Simba Has a Daughter: The Lion King 2
  • Max Goes to College: A Goofy Movie 2
  • Ariel Also Has a Daughter: The Little Mermaid 2
  • Scamp Gets Lost: Lady and the Tramp 2
  • The Mice Tell Some Stories: Cinderella 2
  • Quasimodo Gets a Girlfriend: The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2
  • Patch Goes on a TV Show: 101 Dalmatians 2
  • Kida Has to Fix a Staff or Something: Atlantis 2
  • Mulan Helps the Emperor: Mulan 2
  • Tarzan Has an Identity Crisis: Tarzan 2
  • Stitch Has a Glitch: Lilo & Stitch 2
  • Kronk Has a Disapproving Father: The Emperor’s New Groove 2
  • Kenai Also Gets a Girlfriend: Brother Bear 2
  • Copper Joins a Band: The Fox and the Hound 2
  • Elsa Freezes Some More Stuff Maybe: Frozen 2
Valid Criticism

There seems to be some sort of confusion as to what is considered “valid criticism” to people who aren’t really critical of the show. Some say that its dumb to criticize the art but okay to criticize the writing and vice-versa.

At this point, I would say that any criticism is completely okay as long as it doesn’t involve harassing or getting personal with the crew or other fans. And yes, that includes the nit-picky and petty stuff as well, as long as it’s completely focused on criticizing the show and not going after the lives of real people.

Like how people harassed Zu//ke over shipping. (inb4 incorrect pronouns: she said she didn’t mind what pronouns you used for her) Yeah, dislike her writing all you want, criticize it, shit on Lapidot (I already do), but don’t go after her.

I mean, which would you prefer?:

People complaining about Lapis’s garish color scheme? People complaining about the widely alternating heights of the characters?

or

Making assumptions about the crew/ex-crew members’ personal lives and attacking them on social media?

One of these things affect absolutely nothing of value and the other is harmful to real life human beings.

I completely understand if some of you anti-critical peeps have a problem with how some critical blogs get aggressive and resort to harassment. It’s a genuine issue and honestly it’s the part of su-critical I hate the most.

But if people complaining about something as harmless and meaningless as a fictional character is enough to get your jimmies jammed, then that’s your problem tbh.

Sometimes I think of the pioneers of the Trek fandom, painstakingly putting together zines, copying their fanfiction over and over and over again on unforgiving typewriters and spreading their love for this show and these characters through secret clubs, through the mail, distributing their books and artwork by hand to people they knew they could trust. 

Whenever I think things are hard as a content creator now, I remember them and just thank every star in the sky that they were willing to put in the hard work so that the passion they felt for this show would carry on. Without them, we wouldn’t have a fandom. We wouldn’t have spaces like this where we can share our fanworks with thousands of people. Instantly. Where we can openly and proudly talk about the things we love with those same thousands of people. Without leaving our couches.

So, thanks Trek parents, for all your hard work. <3

I know a big defense of romance novels is that they're not all about sex

And they’re definitely not! I love watching two people fall in love. I love female friendships. I love seeing people work hard to get what they want.


But there’s also something really really satisfying about reading a book where a woman enjoys sex and her partner makes sure she enjoys sex because HE wants her to enjoy sex too.

A book where a man knows what a clitoris is.

I’m typing this from my phone and my autocorrect didn’t even know what that was.

So no, romance novels aren’t all about sex, but I think it helps teach women how to enjoy sex and how to ask for what they want in bed. Which is rarely something people see.

And I just think these things are really important. And I think people who read romance novels would agree.

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I had this post queued for 3 am and I think it literally broke my blog, like it said it was deactivated and I was in a panic a good 20 minutes, so that was fun. The original post is lost to the void, but my blog is back and now you get my dumb jokes during the light of day.

My original comment was something about Bokuto ending up in Kuroo’s armpit, I don’t know.

10

“Let’s go on a date”

Sometimes it feels like I’m drowning and I just–suffocate.

Lance starts being afraid of what he loves

(tryna color but obviously failing)

bonus slav:

they bond over mutual fear (shiro is not amused and hunk is low key worried about lance)