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June 11 2017

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I can’t believe it’s over. I made a a thing and I completed the thing and of course it’s not perfect but it’s finished and it’s mine and I am simultaneously on cloud nine and heartbroken.

I will miss my children ;____;

Thank you so much for taking this journey with me <3

P.S. Since this is the final update, it would be really awesome if you’d consider reblogging this post. Share a complete, queer, romance/sci-fi webcomic with a friend for pride month :D

P.P.S. If you have a question for the Q&A, please leave a comment on LINE webtoon rather than sending me an ask, it’s easier for me if all the questions are in one place. Thank you!

June 08 2017


A rebellious teenager decides to take over the world. After they realized their mom was right and that it was just a phase, they’re not quite sure what to do having already achieved global domination.

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my utopia

The drag queen from this photo has spoken up about the photo.

I won’t speak for all liberals, but I’d like to see a future where it isn’t a big deal for a woman in full modesty garb to sit next to a drag queen in NYC. It’s become a bit of a sensation, but her and I were just existing. The freedom to simply be yourself in a sea of people who aren’t like you is a freedom we all deserve.

The central irony is that this isn’t some hypothetical future–it’s just present day reality. This is a picture of two ordinary people going about their normal lives despite how haters want to politicize it lmao. So the underlying message is not “future liberals want” it’s “people conservatives want to eradicate”

the underlying message is not “future liberals want” it’s “people conservatives want to eradicate”

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June 07 2017

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The Great Wave off Kanagawa, woodblock print by Katsushika Hokusai, ca. 1829–1833, currently at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

June 04 2017


Terfs don’t belong in feminist spaces, and they don’t belong in lesbian/bi spaces. Their voices should be ignored and shunned in both of these communities, and their opinions on any subject concerning these communities shouldn’t even be considered, simply because they hate, harass, and endanger members, members who have contributed a great deal more than they have, of both of these communities.







we’reくコ:彡 entering squid territory





I know I’m following the right people when I see this kinda stuff on my dash


now C:≡ approaching octopus territory

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                    C:≡                         C:≡

C:≡                                 C:≡      

onwards C{≡ to jellyfish territory

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\            giant squid           |=================<=>
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June 03 2017

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Entire brick wall smoothed out by the ocean 

That’s some Dalí shit right there

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people seem to think that safe spaces and the like are a product of like, “I never want to see or hear anything I disagree with ever and anyone who intrudes on this is EVIL” when in reality it’s more like “can I get 5 seconds in a place where I know people don’t hate me fundamentally as a human being and I can chill”

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Marsha P Johnson. Trans woman. Drag queen. Activist. The first person to throw a brick at Stonewall. Hero. Don’t whitewash. Never forget.

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A good thread on whether “queer” is a slur and if it should be used or not.

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this was for a school project but also a power move and my favorite pic of me

listen i don’t know if this was the original point of the piece but this is literally one of the most powerful images I’ve seen in relation to female artists and sexuality

it is a HUGE issue to get modern art historians to recognize historical lgbtq+ artists, especially women. A female artist could have never married, spent time with other publicly lgbt figures, and been living with a female partner for most of their lives, and yet you still get art historians who will jokingly be like “I guess that makes them a lesbian right? haha!” um yeah, professor janet, it does, and it’s not a joke

with that context, this piece gains an incredible amount of depth. I could write a full ten page paper on this piece alone. This is a self portrait (which beautifully and ironically emulates classic Renaissance formula) says “I am an artist, and I’m gay” in a way that by definition cannot be removed or questioned. Power move indeed, holy shit

what a nice and wholesome comment on this!!


millennials have actually been so fucked over by capitalism that we created our own sub-economy using paypal and crowdfunding to basically be this socialist inner community that gives money to each other for basic survival needs. just to feed families or selves we fucking crowdfund like 50cents from people who barely are surviving themselves but maybe have an extra dollar that month and we know what goes around comes around.


“My bisexuality is not defined by men.

My bisexuality is not about men.

My bisexuality is not for men.

If my bisexuality even includes men, it is on my own terms: cautiously, reluctantly, inadvisably, and as such an afterthought to nonbinary people and women that to call it ‘secondary’ would be too much.

I used to be pansexual; now I’m probably not. I don’t feel the change in my orientation as an abstract change in potential or capacity (e.g., ‘I can’t be attracted to men’); I feel it as a very concrete, habitual status: I’m not attracted to men.

My bisexuality is defined by me.

My bisexuality is about nonbinary people, women, and me.

My bisexuality is for people I choose to share it with, in the ways I choose to share it, but always most of all for me.”

— Kayla Rosen, Today’s Identity of the Day Is…#3: Man-Hating Bisexual zine, available in physical form here for $6 and digitally here for $3

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Stonewall Riots + 5 Names To Know

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Happy Pride Month! 🌈

Edit: an anon said that “Game Face” is actually about Fallon Fox, a transgender woman.

June 02 2017


The fact that both of zukos abusers used lightning against zuko and instead of learning to use lightning himself like he could have he learned how to redirect the lightning and let it pass through him and then straight clean out of him… Do you ever think about how that is literally physically representing how instead of absorbing his father and sisters abuse he lets it pass through him and instead of soaking it in and letting it destroy him he redirects it away from himself… I just want some peace in my life

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