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anonymous asked:

Is-- is karkat wearing a bra?

I base my Karkat off myself – a trans boy. In the answer about bleaching hair, I said to “get completely topless. If you need to wear a bra, wear an old one”. I didn’t say binder because those are typically expensive, and getting bleach on them can turn black ones white and other nude colors a lighter shade permanently. And most trans boys (going off myself here) don’t feel comfortable going completely topless around other people, so I wear an old bra every time I get my hair bleached so if I get bleach on it, I don’t care about tossing it out. Plus, I thought Karkat would be a good demonstrator for the tip!

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OMG BBC DO YOU WANT TO KILL US ALL HOW CAN YOU SERIOUSLY EXPECT ME TO HAVE INNOCENT THOUGHTS NEVER RELEASE SUCH PICTURES WITHOUT CONTEXT

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO MY BABY 

HE SAT ON THE CHAIR LIKE WITH HIS HEAD TILTED TO ONE SIDE AND MAKING EYES AT MISSY 

i’ve been off line a lot lately so here’s a five minute sketch I did before bed a few nights ago and then forgot about _(:з」∠)_

(yuri plisetsky has kinda maybe sorta become my fav anime character of all time. too perfect)

@pixyice plz help I can’t color but I want color wut do I dooooooo?????? 😞

  • me: maybe i'm not actually THAT unstable?? maybe i'm just making it up??
  • also me: *cries for 15 minutes bc my family ate some of my food*

reblog this 4.0 gpa for good luck on all of your finals

not to be a backwards-thinking assimilationist not-radical gay but as someone who has been out for over a decade and faced a lot of backlash for it i would actually really like to be normal. i would really like to be treated normally by society. i’m proud of my identity and i will never apologize for that, but fuck man. there was a post that went around once that really resonated with me – “being gay is a radical act of defiance that none of us signed up for”.

i don’t exist as a lesbian to “challenge societal norms” and i wasn’t outed against my will when i was young just to grow up and be expected to fulfill a role in some “queer” movement that involves fucking, making kinks seem revolutionary or what the fuck ever

i deserve to want to feel normal and i don’t understand why it’s shocking to anyone that after girls like me grow up ashamed of our own thoughts, abused, and constantly knowing that every straight girl around us is more valuable and loved and sane than we are just to be told it’s “not radical” to want to be treated with respect and normalcy by a society that rejected us