So the bachelor party for Straight Friend is tomorrow and I’m bracing myself for impact but in the meantime I’m planning to wear my rainbow bracelet and my FOB shirt that coincidentally has the bi flag colors on it
I was told I'm very much like my main kintype still today and it honestly felt so lovely and validating and I'm glad people think I'm still very much like I was—hell, they could tell when in my life I was having a shift of and it was amazing!!
Here is the last raffle drawing for hey-wanna-be-friends. I had ALOT of fun drawing this out and coloring it. I surely hope you like it as much I as do. I am very proud of this drawing. Sorry if he is a bit overly girly here and I had to make him smiling and the swing was an idea that would not go away :P
I don’t like how this fandom likes to wash away important issues in the overwatch universe. One being “OW takes place in 2070 there wouldn’t be racism.” As horrible as racism is, why do people think it would stop? People are racist and attack Omnics, it would still very much be around. And I feel like that was one of the reasons Jack got promoted. Poster boi white child.
I really can’t stand it when people make headcanons that will drastically change your muse (or don’t make any sense with their back story) and they don’t go into detail how it effects their muse and acts like every thing is fine and normal. If your muse is gay and is in (or grew up in) a situation were every one is homophobic, I wan’t to see how it effects your muse. (Though the biggest one is this) If your muse is trans, I wan’t to see how you write the headcanon of them finding out, coming to terms with it, did they ever plan to transition? How much or little dysphoria did they suffer or still suffer from it? How did others react? Are they open or stealth about it? Were other people supportive? These are all things I see people ignore in all honesty it really upsets me because i feel they are washing away the struggle trans people have to deal with.