ke$ha is my queen

leave it to me to develop a life-threatening eating disorder and have to go to a rehab center for a month to restore my weight

hello hi i have been gone for some time and honestly, my life has been too much to cram into any sort of summarizing so long story short: I am alive. Barely.

But here’s the news! I am seeing a specialist (like a therapist but better) for my mental situations and eating disorder and part of our work is that I write again. I haven’t written in nearly a year, and thus doing this requires a lot out of me. Anyway, I agreed to it. So here I am, once more, writing.

Here’s the dealio though, since I’m still super rusty and raw from the entire experience of almost dying from malnutrition (way to go, nat) and recovering (slowly, arduously slow) from my eating disorder and traumas and blah blah blahwjdhhdbdcjv anyway I am choosing to re-write one of the stories I poured most of myself into and starting from there.

And thus, since season 2 of AOT will be airing soon and my love for eremika shall be rekindled (hopefully) I am going to re-write Not Over Yet. It’s for my therapy. And because NOY is a story of healing, and that is what I am doing right now.

So hi, I’m back! Expect more from me.

  • Victor: Are you gay?
  • Yurio: No.
  • Victor: You can tell me.
  • Yurio: I’m not.
  • Victor: It’s okay. I’m gay, Mila is gay.
  • Mila: Bye.
  • Victor: Oh, sorry. She’s bi.
  • Mila: No, I’m leaving. I’m gay.

“Now show us what you can do, Symmetra…”

The indoctrination was real. 

I wonder how far Vishkar went in order to ensure her loyalty. 

She has been theirs for too long. 

quick sketch while my laundry dries

  • Mabel Pines chose love over fear and bet the whole universe on the word of a con man and won.
  • Mabel Pines didn’t get the summer romance she was looking for but in the end she was okay with that because she learned to love herself.
  • Mabel Pines thinks that every woman she meets is beautiful, including herself, and if you don’t understand how radical that is you’ve never been a twelve-year-old-girl.
  • Mabel Pines met a creature she idolized and it told her she wasn’t good enough and she punched it right in its smug stupid face.
  • Mabel Pines was terrified of growing up because of everything she might lose, and the narrative didn’t blame her or break her for feeling that way.
  • Mabel Pines cared more about friends and family than magic and mysteries and not only did the narrative validate that, her scrapbook ended up being the most important object in the show.
  • Mabel Pines is glitter and sweaters and cheesy pop songs and blurry group selfies and the biggest smile in the crowd and she’s also so, so, so much more.

This isn’t a “your fave could never” because those are weird and needlessly combative, but look, I know what kind of narratives girls get. I thought that my fave could never. And then she fucking did.


Famous musicians talk about Queen and Freddie Mercury.