the roxy club

never let someone make you feel bad for wanting to learn something because of a form of media you like! 


you want to learn piano so you can play ‘his theme’ from undertale? 

GO FOR IT!


you want to learn to swim because of free! Iwatobi swim club? 

GO FOR IT!


you want to learn to knit so you can make sweaters like mabel from gravity falls? 

GO FOR IT!


you want to learn how to garden so you can be like jade from homestuck?

GO FOR IT!


you want to learn how to write books  so you can inspire others like your favorite author inspired you?

GO FOR IT!


you want to learn how to draw so you can inspire others like your favorite artist inspired you?

GO FOR IT!


you want to learn how to make games so you can inspire others like your favorite producer inspired you?

GO FOR IT!


you want to learn this activity because something that makes you happy relates to it? 

Originally posted by dadgan

DON’T LET OTHER PEOPLE ROB YOU OF SOMETHING THAT MIGHT MAKE YOU HAPPY! 

(feel free to reblog and add something that inspired you to do a thing!)

Just saying! The fact that Roxy didn’t get Butterflix in season 7 would confirm that Roxy is indeed a magic winx/charmix (whatever floats your boat/whatever you grew up with - Nick, Rai, or 4Kids) That or the fact that Rainbow was just being lazy and didn’t want Roxy in it. Idk if its just me but if this is the case, it ends the entire “Is roxy a believix fairy or not?” debate.            

By Anonymous

An Idea.

What if, for the final season of Winx Club (whenever that may be) the girls face an evil they’ve never seen before, and there are no transformation specialized for this problem. The girls are down, almost accepting defeat, when Faragonda approaches them and tells them that another transformation won’t fix their problems, that they, as the Winx, have everything they need, they always have. And then, finally understanding, the Winx get up to fight again, and during their transformation sequence, they go back to their very first transformation from season one, and proceed to beat the villain or whatever problem they face.