i'm sorry i just really like this character ok

anonymous asked:

Do every identity ask!

hoo boy ok

1. if someone wanted to really understand you, what would they read, watch, and listen to?
read: crush by richard siken
watch: bob’s burgers
listen to: tea with cinnamon by katzenjammer

2. have you ever found a writer who thinks just like you? if so, who?
idk i don’t think i have found a writer who thinks just like me but i wish i thought like richard siken

3. list your fandoms and one character from each that you identify with.
voltron: legendary defender- lance
tales of miraculous ladybug- adrien agreste/chat noir
those are the only things i actually have sideblogs for and i know if i try to list everything i like i’ll end up forgetting something so i’m just gonna leave it at that

i’m gonna put the rest under the cut

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look, just. if anything. i really think shaggy rogers could stand to be portrayed as lebanese, because casey casem was lebanese, and he’d even said how disappointed he was that he was only very rarely asked to voice characters of his own ethnicity, and when he did get asked, it was for, you know. evil stereotypes. 

i just want you all to know that this is what he looked like, ok? the guy behind shaggy’s voice. and it just would be. really nice if shaggy’s ethnicity could reflect the guy that first played the character.

I feel so dumb posting this, but like Steven Universe seriously means the entire world to me right now. All the characters are so well rounded flaws and all. There are entire story lines in place that get followed, it has all the body type representation, and shows how the characters show love and affection despite trauma. It goes into everything like that even how they deal with trauma, and not to forget all the respectful and beautiful canon on screen gay representation through Pearl and Ruby/Sapphire. All the stereotypes and tropes we expect also just get crushed to pieces by everyone on a constant episode-by-episode basis, and Steven’s character being a kind hearted loving kid who doesn’t have a single mean bone in his body and isn’t afraid/insulted to be “feminine” is so god-damn refreshing. Then there’s his dad Greg who’s character is also dealing with trauma and loss of his own but loves his son more than the world combined and does the best he can to show it whenever possible… His character and all the background characters are always so wonderfully diverse and developed on their own. They show different types of families and healthy AND unhealthy dynamics and how to deal and/or respond to them too. If that’s not even enough don’t even get me started on Rose’s character and how she talks about life and love and happiness in mankind and the world we live in and I just…

This is the shit I cry over. If anyone tells me “it’s just a cartoon” I want to punch something because it may just be a cartoon to them, but to me it’s so much more than that… It’s an entire world with inspiring promises created by an amazingly talented women and is everything I look up to and helps me push forward. I’m so so so glad this show exists right now and I’m glad I’m around to see it because it’s so beautiful in so many ways and is everything I want to strive for.