anonymous asked:

i'm sorry if it will sound badly, but i can't really see the point of your comic. if i'm a girl who is confused about orientation does it mean that i should choose the "pink" road? that pink road is much better than blue? I think it's look like LGPT propaganda

That’s a valid point! I guess it does require some explaining. 

Addy is a character who is based off myself, because I thought I should base my writing off something I actually know. Personally, I have a crush on a girl right now, which is why she followed the pink path last. That doesn’t make the pink any better than the blue though. The blue path got her where she wanted to go, didn’t it? It might have gotten her back home again too, but she strayed off it and got lost again, which is her own fault. That’s why the final path that leads to her door is purple, the middle color on the bisexual flag, to symbolize that she liked both.

(so yeah also the only reason she paints the princess at the end is because fo my crush so that’s personal)



Laci Green is queen.

This is the story of the infamous Bonnot Gang: the most notorious French anarchists ever, and the inventors of the motorized get-away. It is the story of how the anarchist taste for illegality developed into illegalism - the theory that theft is liberating. And how a number of young anarchists met in Paris in the years before the first world war, determined to live their lives to the full, regardless of the inevitable - and tragic - consequences.

A gripping historical thriller, Parry narrates their lives and background - a Paris of riots, strikes and savage repression. A stronghold of foreign exiles and home-grown revolutionaries. Victor Serge and ‘l'anarchie’ the individualist weekly. Their robberies, daring and violent, would give them a lasting notoriety in France. Their deaths, as spectacular as their lives, would make them a legend amongst revolutionaries the world over. Not only that, but they were all vegetarians, who drank only water!


Your gigs are banned in the clubs? Don’t give up - go party at the beach, it’s summer! Hardline Fest V in Vladimir (Russia).


In honor of Memorial Day… kind of lol (Cap isn’t dead… yet)

After Hitler rose to power, the Nazis began to consider the image problems that could arise from them being perceived as human-shaped garbage bags filled with spoiled autopsy trimmings. So to give the Reich a family-friendly vibe, propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels began the search for a “perfect Aryan” baby to use in a national campaign that would show everyone what the Nazis were all about. After spending days huddled over his new collection of submitted baby pictures, Goebbels finally found a photo of an anonymous, cherub-faced little girl with brown hair and dark eyes. Granted, she wasn’t the “Aryan ideal” of blond hair and blue eyes, but Goebbels sort of had this thing about dark-eyed brunettes.

What Went Wrong (Or Awesomely Right?): The nameless baby had her face slapped on magazine covers, postcards, and propaganda material all throughout Germany. This caused a bit of an alarm for Jewish Berliners Jacob and Pauline Levinsons, who noted that the literal poster child for the Master Race was their 6-month-old daughter, Hessy.

6 Propaganda Campaigns That Backfired Hilariously