i made this a really long time ago but whatevs i still like it

Why do a lot of people seem to hate Scott Cawthon? To my knowledge, he has done absolutely nothing wrong, and yet people are still sending and directing hate his way.

I’ve also seen people getting REALLY salty about that steam message he wrote a few days ago, but in that message he was literally telling everyone that they shouldn’t let people get in the way of their dreams, and that he believes people can do whatever they put their mind to. What reason is there to be upset about that?

Do a bunch of people just hate him because he made a successful game series? Or, do people hate him because of the more intolerable parts of the FNAF fanbase? Because, if so, there really isn’t anything he can do about that, and it’s not his fault in the first place.

I think he is a fantastic inspiration, and when it comes to FNAF, he worked really hard to make the fans happy, and to create something they would love.

He liked making these games, and I don’t think any of them were “rushed” or “beating a dead horse”. I mean, if the games are finished, both mechanical and story wise, you really can’t call them “rushed”, can you? I think the story he told was great, the way he told it was great, and that FNAF is a wonderful horror game series that took a lot of new routes.

The scarf Horace made for Jacob oh my God

(I added this onto another post a while ago but I really feel it needs its own separate post to be appreciated because Horace is wonderful)

I loved this!
It wasn’t just a scarf!
Horace sacrificed (what I’m assuming was) his own bulletproof jumper to save Jacob!
Like yeah I know Horace can see the future and that he knew jacob would need it but like there’s still a chance Horace could have got hurt
‘But yknow whatever as long as Jacob is okay’
And then took the time to make it perfect and even went so far as to put his initials on it
Like Horace that wasn’t necessary but thanks?
Then gives it to Jacob as a good luck charm
Horace purposely doesn’t say ‘yo portman here’s a magic scarf btw you’re gonna get shot :^)’ because he knows how much that would probably fuck a guy up
So he’s all casual like ‘here u go buddy xoxo’ and Jacob is pretty touched if you ask me
Then
THEN
Horace is again very casual like 'no no you’re not wearing it right here allow me’ and positions it over his chest, protecting his vital organs
And everyone is just kinda like 'typical Horace bc he loves clothes’
But little do they know that this snazzy dresser has just saved Jacob Portmans life
Thank god Horace can knit
All I’m saying is the others tease Horace an awful lot but if it weren’t for him on at least three separate occasions Jacob Portman would be a fucking goner
Thank you Horace Somnusson

anonymous asked:

What were ur thoughts on Kent that ngozi agreed w!!

ok this is gonna be really long because it was basically the Best Day Of My Life, so. settle in kiddos.

(this is also very very heavily referenced from chat logs where I talked about this the day after it happened and a couple of posts I made / tags I wrote around that time. so even though all of this happened like four months ago, I think it’s still reasonably accurate. but obviously memories are flawed things etc)

  • so ok first of all ngozi is SO FUNNY AND NICE in person ahhhhh
  • I was wearing my kent parson jersey that I made!
    • …… but when I first saw her table, I got super overwhelmed and nervous so I like…… walked by really quickly without looking at her and just did a lap around the dealer’s room??? so I could calm down??? haha oh my god it was so awkward.
    • I was actually hoping she hadn’t seen me but apparently she DID because later I was talking to someone who’d been standing by her table when I walked by and APPARENTLY she whispered, “PARSE JERSEEEEYYYY” when she saw me omfg
  • but anyway she was super friendly right away and asked me if she could take pictures & wanted to know how I made my shirt / etc etc. we talked for a minute and then (of course) she asked me, “so, why do you like parse?”
  • and tbh…… I’m still not sure how I was this smooth but I immediately said, in a Very Diplomatic Voice, “I like characters who have a lot of room to grow.”
  • which made her laugh!!! she was like, “that’s refreshing!! that’s a really great answer!!! a lot of people are just like, ‘I like him because he’s an asshole!!‘”
    • WHICH SHE SAID MAKES HER REALLY SAD, GUYS.
    • …I think it makes her sad half because she doesn’t get why someone would like a character just because they’re mean, but also half because she doesn’t think of parse as an asshole? she didn’t clarify explicitly, though…. she just expressed that she’s sad and disappointed when people say stuff like that to her.

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I can’t say that I had a ‘peak trans’ moment where it all suddenly occurred to me how fucked up the trans ideology is. It wasn’t one moment, it was more like a slow chipping away.

I guess I realized a long time ago that I had intellectual qualms about people claiming to be 'born in the wrong body’. I knew that gender was really just made up, and any further meaning we gave to sexual organs were purely social, so to say “I feel like.. this” made no sense to me. But even though I knew it wasn’t 'being born in the wrong body’, I was still like “Cool, whatever they want to do, I don’t care. I’ll accept you as whatever you want.” I accepted the mantra that if we don’t accept whatever they say, we are just going to make them kill themselves, so I did.

Then I joined Tumblr.

The first thing that jumped out at me was that the complete definition of what was 'transgender’ had changed. Transgender meant that you genuinely feel as though you were born in the wrong body- had the wrong parts you felt necessary for happiness. I always operated under the knowledge that you HAD to have dysphoria to be transgender. But suddenly, people are claiming to be transgender without dysphoria. ?? It completely changes 'transgender’ from someone who dislikes actual physical things about their body to a point of emotional distress into someone who just dislikes how society sees them.

The next thing that started changing my view was how touchy everyone suddenly became of the use of 'female’ or 'woman’. Suddenly we aren’t allowed to acknowledge physical differences between men and women, the physical differences that lead people to be trans in the first place. We are allowed to acknowledge that these people are special in some kind of way, but any mention of what actually makes them special is suddenly taboo, and offensive. Transgender are the only oppressed class I’ve ever seen that doesn’t allow you to mention why they are oppressed. We are to accept them as 100% the same, but unique in some unnameable way.

Next came the realization that this sudden policing of sexed terminology and 100% acceptance of their proclaimed identity as fact was starting to erode the few things in society put in place specially for women. Women’s bathrooms, women’s abuse shelters, anything exclusive to women were suddenly opened for men to freely enter with as much ease as stating a single sentence. And any woman who so much as mentions discomfort from this fact was labelled mean names, and any fears she had are thrown away as baseless fear mongering. Despite the fact that almost every woman I know has been harmed by men in some way, suddenly saying that we want spaces to be safe from them is absurd. If we want to be safe from men, we automatically hate transgender people, simple as that. No one is willing to listen to the very real argument that countless women are being put in danger by taking away our right to say when a man has made us uncomfortable. Because any rules keeping men out will also inevitably keep men who identify as women out as well, and that’s not acceptable. Its not even acknowledgeable that rules could be put in place to protect everyone, because suddenly thats 'segregation’, even though you never hear anyone bitching about women’s bathrooms as a whole being technical 'segregation’ since men and women have their own, but whatever that’s neither here nor there. This isn’t even mentioning other forms of help we formally had exclusive to us that are now open to the public such as women’s sports and women’s scholarships- gone, or might as well be.

Next, I see that children are now being trusted, encouraged even, to make irreversible changes to their bodies based on this faulty ideology. The dangers of medical transition, the high numbers of children who change their minds, the acknowledgement of children as beings with underdeveloped decision-making skills were all swept under the rug for some reason. These are children, and yet somehow we are not allowed to advocate what’s best for them statistically and realistically because we cannot ever challenge the idea that barriers to transition were propped up with anything but transphobia and 'old world views’. Science and statistics are problematic, because grown adults don’t want to be told that there’s anything more to this, and they’re willing to let children pay that price.

And now. The erasure of sexual orientation, and the coercion of people (mostly women) to have sex with people when they don’t want to. It has always been understood that your sexual orientation determines the sex, the body parts of the people you have sexual attraction toward. Suddenly, being lesbian or gay is genital fetishism. Somehow, this rule does not apply to straight people. Sexual orientation for gay/lesbian people now means you’re attracted to their “identity” which is unidentifiable to the outside observer, so make sure you ask someone’s identity before you notice an attractive person on the street. If you see someone, assume to know what genitals they may have, it’s suddenly a trap - by showing sexual interest before confirming genitals you have committed to an oral contract for sex, otherwise you are a hateful transphobe. I’ll say that again: denying sex to a trans person is now against the 'rules’.

All-in-all what turned me away was an obvious pattern of men being put first, for no real reason except that its dangerous to them if we don’t, or so they tell us. Women and children practically trampled on to protect men’s feelings. Although, I really shouldn’t be shocked, men always come first in this society, why would I expect trans activists to be any different. What’s obsoletely mind-blowing though is the sheer number of people who are actually falling for this shit. It’s dangerous for us, women. And since I keep learning new, more awful things every day, who knows where this will end up. No one who even spends five minutes thinking about this critically can come to the conclusion that any of this makes objective sense, but I fear they don’t allow themselves to think. For fear. Fear of being called TERF, and being ostracized for daring to question anything.

This really just turned into a rant, but yeah..