binnie what the h eck; i told u this would take me forever omg. i’m barely in 3 fandoms okay so i’m just going to say my favourite characters from things I’ve liked in the past. (and u know what i’m putting honourable mentions too so fuck u)
Rules: Tell us your favourite character from 10 different fandoms and then tag 10 people.
1. Haikyuu!!: Iwaizumi Hajime (honourable mention: Kuroo Tetsurou) 2. Daiya no Ace: Sawamura Eijun (honourable mention:
Kuramochi Youichi) 3. Yuri!!! on Ice: Phichit Chulanont (honourable mention: Jean-Jacques Leroy my canadian son) 4. Harry Potter: Luna Lovegood (honourable mention: Bellatrix Lestrange) 5. Doctor Who: Donna Noble (honourable mention: Sally Sparrow) 6. Grey’s Anatomy: Alex Karev (honourable mention: Arizona Robbins) 7. Dexter: Lumen Ann Pierce (honourable mention: Angel Batista) 8. YouTube: danisnotonfire&AmazingPhil (honourable mention: KickthePJ) 9. Supernatural: Lucifer (honourable mention: Bobby Singer) 10. Orange is the new Black: Poussey Washington (honourable mention: Sophia Burset)
honestly half of these I haven’t seen in a long time or I just gave up on coughsupernatural and this took me far too much time so yeah. Thanks Binnie.
part of the reason why “ooh unipolar depression/generalized anxiety people have Privilege” stuff has ended up so silly is bc the current understanding of ableism is really one-dimensional. for one thing, there’s no distinction made between “how Weird your disorder is considered to be” and “how difficult it makes your life” (or if you’re in a situation where you have to rely heavily on others, “how much it makes people see you as a Burden.”)
my ocd will look Crazier to someone than unipolar depression. but how do you compare something that complicates my life but still allows me to work and go to school, to someone’s depression where they can barely manage to eat? there ISN’T a way to map those onto an easy privilege/oppression dynamic, and we need to acknowledge that and try to simply address life experiences more instead of looking for an order that isn’t there.
also, unipolar depression & generalized anxiety being seen as more “normal” is entirely the result of stereotypes that nts have formed about them from media. nts THINK that those disorders are understandable and that they can “relate,” but that’s…not really true. people with those problems have symptoms that nts WON’T find “understandable.” and those symptoms, if visibly expressed, WILL freak them out and make them see the person as “crazy.”
One of the things that both chronically ill and non chronically ill people have to remember about chronic illness is:
Recovery time is not free time.
Sleep is not a hobby.
You may have more hours in your life devoted to those things than others, but you can’t only take those hours out of what would otherwise be free time. It doesn’t matter if you just spent a lot of time sleeping or lying around with no spoons and in too much pain to sleep. It’s still important to spend time having fun, if you can. It’s still important to have actual free time, actual time off.
‘Ha, that’s pretty cool!’ I thought when I first installed Pokémon Go. I walked out my door and got myself 15 poke balls. Nice. Right?
The game hadn’t quite taken off just yet. I didn’t yet understand what this would mean. I didn’t realise what this would cause.
For three years I have lived here now. In this beautiful blissful city suburb … And for three years, no one would randomly try talking to me (except for that one guy. Ning. Who always seems to forget I’ve rejected him several times now). No small talk, no comments about the weather. This isn’t a rural town. Nobody knows anybody. No one talks to anyone.
But now I live outside a PokeStop.
Now people keep trying to talk to me.
'You playing Pokémon?’ they smile.
They hang out in groups; they cruise past in their cars. They linger.
I live outside a PokeStop and it is an introvert’s hell.
It’s midnight. It’s bin night.
It’s safe now to go out, I thought. There wont be any Pokémon trainers around now, I thought.
In and out. Just take out the bin. It’ll be fine. It’ll be fine.
They were there, waiting, playing!
'There is a Meowth in this area somewhere, you know!’
I skitter back inside. No. No, I don’t know.
But I live outside a PokeStop. Now everyone will make sure I know.
Victor: *does something extremely romantic and intimate with Yuri, kisses him, helps him become more confident, treats him like a prince and Yuri says that he loves him several times included on a live broadcast*
Random people: Woah, no, Victor is clearly just a friend and is totally straight for Yuri! iT’S BROMANCE! IT’S NOT EVEN LABELED AS YAOI! ALL OF IT IS PURE FANSERVICE CAN’T YOU SEE? THey didn’t even show the kiss!
Sara:*compliments Yuri like a normal polite human being*
Same people: OH MY GOD!!! hOLY SHIT!!! SARA X YURI! THEY’RE TOTALLY IN LOVE! SHE’S TOTALLY IN LOVE WITH HIM! OMG SEE HOW SHE SAYS… *holds breath* “HI”??? HOLY FUCK
Can we talk about how Kubo-sensei already said that she’s done with heterosexual romance stories because there’s a lot of it? How Yuri just says that he isn’t familiar with any of the skaters there? Or how Sara is worried of her brother being too clingy to her and not skating properly without her presence? Can we? Thanks.
sorry sorry sorry!!!! (not sorry ewe) but the final of the comic i have it ready from the beginning….. so yeah xD ….no but the true sorry,….is for the wait…..i’m really sorry for that…..i had a art block….and other things
…so yeah ….but is done xD I DON’T KNOW IF I WRITE CORRECTLY XD