friendly reminder that biphobia is a real, coherent concept that can exist independently from homophobia and that claiming it isn’t/that bi girls only id as bi bc of internalized internalized homophobia is Not Cool™
I wonder if the person who plays uber A in these last episodes of PLL had to act out the A scenes at the end of each episode wearing the gloves and everything and had to keep it secret from the rest of the cast until they filmed the reveal episode like how sick would that be
Losing old friends can mean you are just maturing from the tumblr shit, other times it can mean maybe they just didn’t actually like you much anyways. Aka you weren’t close anyways
So it’s never good to stress over it, sucks sometimes but you really can’t please everyone. Especially not on here lol. I talk to whoever wants to talk to me, I don’t message people who give me one liners and it seems like I’m bothering them
I thought uni would be this transformative experience and I’d become the person I’ve always wanted to be but instead I feel incredibly isolated from my classmates and I’m doubting myself more each day but who cares about the social experience right? I’m going to eat peaches and stand in the rain it’s all good
I’d like to add, in light of recent conversations going around Tumblr, that is it perfectly all right to blog about what you don’t like. If you don’t understand a ship, or a character, or a show, and you want to post about it, feel free. Because in the end, it’s your blog and you can post whatever you want.
Don’t tag it. Don’t tag your anti-ship stuff with the ship name. Don’t tag your character hate with the character name. Tag it anti ~ship~ or ~character~ hate. Let people who like the thing like it.
And people who like something–as long as those who don’t aren’t being mean about it, leave them alone. This goes for morally grey characters, too. If you’re fascinated by their complexity, that’s cool. But if other fans of the show or movie or book find them less redeemable than you do… that doesn’t mean they don’t understand the character, or that they need to read the books again. It means they view the character differently than you do, and that needs to be okay.
sometimes I remember you drew things for you idea of a second Professor Layton/Ace Attorney game and I get real sad that it isn't real until I remember who you are and therefore how terrifying that game would be
I am very pleased at this reaction but also sad because I’d love to make that game happen