The bee with the axe is based on one of the lesbian pride flag designs. Yes, sometimes TERFs use this flag design, but I have also gotten many messages from lesbians that use the flag and are not TERFs. More about that —-> here.
op:I have no idea if anyone feels the need for more pride flag colored bees, but here is a few more.
if cis women can bulk up and wear baggy pants and crop their hair short and go without makeup or shaving their pits/legs/anywhere else, co-opt traditionally ‘masculine’ behaviors, and still be viewed as women–even praised for how very feminist they are in doing so–then so can trans women. that’s it. end of.
and if cis men who love fashion and florals and pink, and wear dresses and makeup and love to bake, can be comfortable in their masculinity and praised as revolutionary for doing so, then–you guessed it–so can trans men. that’s it. end of.
not one single person on earth has any right to dictate how anyone else pilots their respective flesh suits. not one single person on earth has any right to claim someone is ‘faking’ their gender or performing a gender incorrectly when gender is arbitrary as hell as-is.
I really loved the panning scene at the beginning of Off Colors.
It took forever but I edited it together in this one really, really, really long image. There camera was zooming as well as panning so it’s not perfect and that really bothers me but it’s all breathtaking nonetheless!
no offense but lance with his “bitch nobody is better then me!” followed immediately thereafter by “god i am worthless.” attitude is literally the token of this generation and easily the most relatable character of voltron
As Steven Universe, Star vs The Forces of Evil, Gravity Falls, Samurai Jack, Rick and Morty and Adventure Time is getting much praise for being great Cartoon shows, We Bare Bears deserve much praise as those shows. It’s not action pack or story driven like them but it’s still great to watch with tons of reasons why
1) It doesn’t have plot, but most of the ep. are really heartwarming, and great humor
and it can give the FEELZ
2) Each character are really well written, making them interesting, even the side-characters are entertaining.
Sure he looks like a dweeb, overweight, and doesn’t look interesting but he’s very kind-hearted and easy going. What makes him a very good character is he’s the one let the bears get back together again by getting himself arrested.
3) It’s really cute, especially the cub episodes!
4) I may have said that it doesn’t have a plot going on but it does have flashback episodes, or small bits of it that been added to a episode about them being cubs like “Yuri and the Bear”
5) It’s very realistic, I know there’s talking bears, a koala, and a Sasquatch but still very realistic like instead of Chloe being this an inventor like Phineas and Ferb or Dexter from Dexter Labatory, she’s just a ten-year-old prodigy
Out of all shows I’ve watched, as of right now, I find this show to be very charming, lighthearted, fun and actually funny to watch.
listen @ all you girls who are questioning your sexuality: i will love you no matter what. there is no pressure to be anything.
i will 100% love you if you turn out to be a lesbian.
i will 100% love you if you turn out to be bi.
i will 100% love you if you turn out to be pan.
i will 100% love you if you turn out to be ply.
i will 100% love you if you turn out to be ace.
i will 100% love you if you turn out to be lith, or demi, or grey or anything else, or just decide there is no label that fits.
and you know what? i will 100% love if you do turn out to be straight. there’s a lot of sapphic positivity going around right now, but that’s mostly because there hasn’t been a lot in the past. a lot of the problems that i had while questioning were “what if im just doing it to join the lgbtq+ community? what if im an intrusive hetero™?” and i promise you, you’re not. youre completely valid in your search for who you are, and i love you for that.