I’ve already been very busy with school (*single tear drops because it’s just September*) so this quick black and white sketch of Juvia is all I had time to draw. I’m very happy with it so I hope it makes up for my lack of activity.. :3
Made by jiyu-koya. Please do not repost without permission.
My inaugural post for @mag7week! I’ve been wanting to write something like this for a while, and this was the perfect opportunity! It seems to be the consensus around our little fandom that despite Vasquez’s status as “The Outlaw,” he’s a good guy. I wanted an interaction between him and Charlie Prince (from 2007′s 3:10 to Yuma), an outlaw who is decidedly less cuddly. So to that end, I wrote this little pet project. The title is from the song “Hang Me, Oh Hang Me” from the Inside Llewyn Davis soundtrack.
Three weeks of riding, and looking over his shoulder. Now he sat in some piss
hole just beyond the New Mexico territory where only degenerates would gather. Or so Vasquez
hoped. He would continue north. It was not a question.
it’s not that d&d “can’t write women,” ok? can we stop pretending?? they’ve made it perfectly clear that they HATE women. the rape scenes, the out of nowhere sexual assault, the pitting of women against each other…and now, they’ve turned one of the only women they’ve done a decent job with (arya) into someone superficial and mean. they hate femininity so much they’re making sure popular characters, like sansa’s damn family, target her for it. it’s disgusting and exhausting and I don’t have any more time for people acting like these showrunners don’t BLATANTLY HATE WOMEN
okay so like unpopular opinion, and its probs not the time bc i’ve had 1.5 very large margaritas (yes, its a wednesday, and yes, i do have work tomorrow) but i’ve had 1.5 very large margaritas and i do not care, so:
i cannot believe that jkr thought severus snape and peter pettigrew were sympathetic characters worthy of redemption, and that draco malfoy was not
like???? draco was a child for so much of the series! they were all children! and of course he made terrible choices and of course he did things that were wrong. but how can you compare him to snape and pettigrew and find him lacking? snape betrayed a woman he claimed to love out of a desire for acceptance and abused her son for years. pettigrew betrayed his best friends who would have died for him, which ended with one in jail, one dead, and the other destitude, and then he went and betrayed them all AGAIN 13 years later!
draco joined voldemort for his family, because he was raised to be this way, because he loved his parents and wanted to do what his father wanted. he wasn’t happy! he didn’t enjoy it! and no, that doesn’t make his actions any better, it doesn’t make the terrible things okay.
but he betrayed voldemort in the end! he wasn’t evil or cruel, he was awful, sure, but those things are worlds apart.
just. how can you look at grown men who betrayed the people closest to them, again and again, for selfish reasons, and look at a teenager who did horrible things because he loved his family, and say the former is more deserving of redemption and forgiveness than the latter? how???
honestly i’ll fight jkr and anyone who disagrees with this post in a denny’s parking lot at dawn