I'm sure as HELL you won't be reading this little note, but I'm gonna talk about myself anyways. Just the quick facts, don't worry.
>Name: Mabel Prefers: Lady-Chan
>Age: 17 (Junior)
>Education: High school
>Fandoms: Many, but my main ones (or at least the ones I "blog" about) are Person of Interest, Dr. Who, Sherlock, Harry Potter, Avengers, and Supernatural
>I nightblog architecture and Rise Against. Get over it.
I’m cold and my legs are stiff, so I’m going to go for a walk, and then when I come back, I shall spam you guys with architecture and possibly Kakashi or Naruto stuff in general.
omg I remember this.
ugh. I miss Art Attack.
DUDE WHATCHA DOING WITH THE SALT????
Oh god, my childhood is coming back
to haunt me.
Even the bad guys stop for a while to go “holy shit, that’s a really good unicorn dude, did you make that without a reference or anything, damn” though, so it works. Even demonic beings respect a good Art Attack.
/jumps out window
This fandom will be the death of me.
This little shit ruined my life because i can’t even draw a stick person with a pencil
火影 - The Predecessors
Purcell, Fieck & Elmslie, Charles Parker House, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1912
enjolras didn't like the ladies: ladychan101: homojolras: ramblingraphael: homophobia misogyny biphobia...
hate based on features that people cannot control
why is this in the heterophobia tag
misandry and heterophobia aren’t real things
Oppression is not always in the form that’s the most recognizable. You can oppress people by disregarding them, even if it’s your own little bubble. Because that shit builds up. Besides, my main point isn’t about the oppression per se, but the disregardation that you have towards two forms of it. Is heterophobia and misandry small and possibly rare? Yes. Does that make it any less valid? Hell to the no. No one has the right to oppress another human being and disregard them just because of their gender or sexuality. To say that you can, just because a good portion of human beings are this or that, and/or “they’re oppressing us too!” makes you on the same level as them, if not worse. If you yourself are oppressed, then you should know the shame and devalue it brings, and shouldn’t bring it to others, even if they are the majority. Instead, you should be trying to better yourself and get out of your oppressed state, to help others in the same situation, and change society so that the cycle doesn’t continue.