consider: shay and nyma holding hands and walking along the beach when all of a sudden they see 2 mermaids trailing them in the water. its plaxum and florona who are also holding hands. they stop and make gay conversation and then when it gets dark they plan to meet up again the next day
i want to have big angel wings.. soft and pink and fluffy like cotton candy! i want to be able to wrap them around all of friends to keep them warm and safe! i want to rest my head on the clouds and look above at the sun, and daydream of lovely things all day….
So uh,,, is there a taboo in ferengi society about wearing earrings, what with the ears being something of an erogenous zone? I’m racking my brain trying to think of any canon source but the only one i can think of is Ishka, and she is way too cool for social norms so that doesn’t help
Motive for this question: wanna draw quark in fancy outfit w/ earrings but i want to go in armed with the knowledge of whether or not im drawing him with the ferengi equivalent of a nipple piercing
Hey! Glad to see you again on my dash, how are you doing?
Really tired !! I’m just back from a road trip in Scotland, I’m at my friend’s house right now watching her play Majora’s Mask and drawing IFC :D We had a lot of fun but god am I tired from doing so much !! I’ll reblog some stuff now and I’ll start posting art again soon.
Good news though, I started writing again, so, that’s good !!
so i’ve been asked if i plan to come out as nonbinary at work when i start my new job
i realize that i what i have trouble with, what scares me, is the entire idea of what “coming out as nonbinary” means in the Real World
because you can’t come out as something that doesn’t exist to people, and there are so many spaces where nonbinary just doesn’t exist to people
and my work might be one of those spaces. i don’t know yet.
like, sometimes people know about nonbinary-ness and choose to erase and invalidate it, implicitly or explicitly, but oftentimes they erase it because they just don’t know about it. and that’s really nobody’s fault.
but if you’re in a space where nobody knows about or acknowledges an identity, you can’t just come out as it
you have to at least contextualize it for people, explain it, you have to be the one make it exist for them, to make that space