sl stuff


you bet i do and you bet i made it as tooth-rottingly sweet as possible 


This is the draw the squad base that I used ( yes I made my own) :

Now this is my OCs in the draw the squad thingy ( They’re  from an AU that I made) (  I’ll let you guess which fandom) :


Funtime Foxy in Ballora’s (another) outfit, Handyman’s Robotics and Unit Repair System Model 5 (aka HandUnit) being a very thicc robot that looks very similar to Funtime Lolbit and a fusion of Baby and Circus Baby. I don’t know what her name will be, any ideas?

thisoddlifeismine  asked:

Is it a Birthmark on Benji's face? honestly as someone who has a birthmark all over half the side of their body, it means so much;; i don't see many sims with birthmarks <3

Omgg first of all hellooo and thank you for asking about himss ;-;; 

But yes he doesss have a birthmark now. While I was creating his SL appearance I played around with different features to make his avatar more unique I guess. I thought a birthmark covering the complete side of his cheek would look pretty cool and it was that simple as me giving it to him. It exceeded my expectations and IMO I think it compliments his character quite well so I made sure to do the same for him in TS3. My only regret is not giving it to him sooner ;-;;;

And dzfkjhsdgkj that’s so special that you have one! I’ll always love odd genetic quirks and things of that nature because it personalizes who you are. Whether it’s birthmarks, stretchmarks, freckles, scars, tattoos, etc.. I try to make sure I give all my chars/sims realistic details which is why I spend an unhealthy amount of time working on their skins.

If people are really interested in education, in many cases information is at their finger tips. Marginalised people shouldn’t feel like they have to be a spokesperson for whatever group they belong to. That’s each individual’s choice

When boys ask me inappropriate/personal questions about whether or not I can physically have sex etc, I shouldn’t have to feel like I’m letting disabled people down by not educating them on the fact that yes, some disabled people are sexual beings and do have sex. That by avoiding the question I’m perpetuating the idea that we’re not and we don’t. I shouldn’t be made to feel like their ignorance is on me because I choose not to indulge them and their questions.  

If people are genuinely interested in learning about someone or something, the information is there. Those that don’t care to educate themselves aren’t going to listen to you anyway.