neferipitou:

adds “we just caught our alternate universe selves making out and now everything is super awkward” to list of shipping tropes that need to be implemented everywhere





runnereight:

imagine someone calling steve carlsberg like. steven



daftalchemist:

Something I’ve been noticing with fanart of Janice is that she’s always in a hospital wheelchair and, quite frankly, I really think that’s not okay. I wanted to share an article that I read once that opened my eyes to how poorly people in wheelchairs are represented in art, and why it’s important to portray them accurately. The article is:

A Lesson in Illustrating Wheelchairs from Someone Who Uses One

In it, the author details why it’s problematic to automatically default to a hospital wheelchair for a person with disabilities rather than put in the time and effort to learn to draw a wheelchair that they would use to get around in their everyday life. There are also examples given of what wheelchairs should look like.

I think it’s important to portray it accurately in art because I don’t believe you’re truly representing a person with disabilities if you’re not drawing their equipment properly.

This fandom is so interested in representation and the reaction to Janice being a person with disabilities was so positive that I really think we should give her the kind of complete and accurate representation that her character deserves.



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nicolayoon:

There’s a social media campaign going on right now to spread the word on why we need more diversity in our books. It’s really fantastic and inspiring and I am so proud to be a part of it. You can learn more about it here and here.
As a writer and a mom, this campaign is also deeply personal for me. My daughter is 1/2 Korean and 1/2 Jamaican. She loooooves books. I think she might love books more than she loves anything else (including mama!). One day she’ll be able to read them on her own and I want her to be able to find herself in them. I want her to know that girls that look like her can be anyone, can do anything. 
We need diverse books because this is my family.

nicolayoon:

There’s a social media campaign going on right now to spread the word on why we need more diversity in our books. It’s really fantastic and inspiring and I am so proud to be a part of it. You can learn more about it here and here.

As a writer and a mom, this campaign is also deeply personal for me. My daughter is 1/2 Korean and 1/2 Jamaican. She loooooves books. I think she might love books more than she loves anything else (including mama!). One day she’ll be able to read them on her own and I want her to be able to find herself in them. I want her to know that girls that look like her can be anyone, can do anything. 

We need diverse books because this is my family.



bigendernepeta:

revtomdildomolar:

sunflowerlily:

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what?? piE ? i gotta see this

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ohhhh it says “piece” not “pie”

wait a second…

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omfg no

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MAKE IT STOPAPAPFDG S

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my anaconda dont



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It started occurring to me around the second time that Fyo and I were writing random cracky JC fanfic things in Facebook comments that, like, I have pretty much just made my fandom life open to everyone who is FB friends with me.

whoooooops.



runnereight:

CRIES ABOUT THE ORANGE ZEST



orcapie:

I’m busy with uh, moving house, but I still had to take 15 minutes to doodle the new fave. PRIORITIES

orcapie:

I’m busy with uh, moving house, but I still had to take 15 minutes to doodle the new fave. PRIORITIES