Ice Canyon, Greenland
I don’t know about everyone else, but I always thought Staryu and Starmie looked pretty non-organic.
funfact: asexuals are actually dragons. so whenever you say “asexuals don’t exist”, you are invalidating the existence of dragons. which is btw a pretty shit thing to do. your parents must be so disappointed with you.
please read paranatural
Art history meme - 3/9 paintings - Christina’s World by Andrew Wyeth (1948).
Lust: I lost.
It’s a shame, but it doesn’t feel to bad to be killed by a man like you. With honest eyes and no hesitation.
I can’t wait, for the days when those eyes will show anguish…those days…are close…
Tapir Mum and Cub by Klaus Wiese.
Just draw the damn hands. Stop ending them at stumps at the wrist. Stop hiding them behind someone’s back. Draw them. Yeah, you’re probably bad at them, guess what? Everyone is. And you’re not going to get better by not drawing them.
So draw the damn hands.
So somehow, the trans YA lit bibliography I posted on tumblr over a year ago suddenly has gotten about a billion notes and a billion new followers in the last day or so. On that note, I thought I’d share that I have a newer version of the list that is a bit more updated from when I presented about the subject to teachers at the ISACS conference in November.
Another book that came out since I made that list (and that I plan to include in future lists, including the one featured in the forthcoming Trans Bodies, Trans Selves from Oxford University Press) that I wanted to mention is The Trans-Fer Student by Elise Himes, which is about a trans girl who transfers into an all girl’s high school—I’m excited about it because it handles trans issues from the perspecitve of a young trans woman well while having a kind of outcast amongst mean girls vibe that reminds me of something like The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big, Round Things
I shall illustrate those, one day.