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CrowdedGay pride all the way!
But I can't marry this man.
Only listen here!
Straight pride is bullshit!
Mother and Father say he's
Straights have no problems.
You know little pain!
You cannot hate us!
Homophobe you are,
and that I am Caucasian.
for not understanding.
This world must focus
I'm just a girl who's lived up
on our world only.
Cant you see what we
to their expectations; but
go through! Cant you see
why you must support
I love him. Why can't we love?
us and our trails of
pain and suffering?
Why does society look down
Look only at us!
Turn around and see!
upon us? It's too crowded here
Listen to our voice!
HOW DO YOU HANDLE "ARTIST'S BLOCK?"We've all heard of "Writer's Block." What about artists? There are times when you just can't seem to get a drawing right. What can you do about it? Well, some people will counsel you to take your mind off of work, do some exercise, or go for a walk along the beach. Yeah, right, like getting sand in my shoes is going to put me in a better mood. And besides, if that worked, there would be
throngs of frustrated cartoonists wandering the beach in search of ideas.
And as if the self-imposed pressure isn't enough, there are usually deadlines looming! So I do exactly what they tell you not to do when you're stuck, and it works for me: I keep drawing over and over and over again, until I get it right. I may try a different approach, or a new pose, but aside from dashing into the kitchen for a refill on my bathtub-sized cup of black coffee, I keep my you-know-what in my chair at my drawing desk and plow forward. I figure that the Gods-Of-Frustration, who are having fun toying with my brain, wil
She'll Never Love Me BackI yearn for your acceptence.
I beg for your attention.
I sit here waiting,
waiting for all of this.
But I know,
this will never become a reality.
I am the 'Outcast'
I am the 'Freak'
I am the girl,
that everybody hates.
would a girl like you,
ever become my friend?
A friendship is as close as I will ever get to you.
What you don't know,
i'm in love with you.
Essay #2- In Defense of Non-Canonical ShippingThis essay is in response to the rules set forth by the Community Volunteer J-Z-Belexes, who is newly in charge of choosing Daily Deviations in the fanfiction category. Specifically, the rule that bothered me (as I will elaborate on below), is one saying that any story that features a non-canon pairing automatically does not qualify for a DD because it fails to "keep characters in-character." Initially, this was going to just be a comment on his journal, but I realized that basically everything he said was stuff I had been hearing around the internet for years, and I decided to turn my response into the second in my series of fanfic/fandom-related essays.
When I use "you," it refers to J-Z-Belexes, not the reader in general. The quotations are generally from either his journals or his discussions in the comments on them with other users- most are word-for-word, some are slightly paraphrased.
Here is his original list of rules: http://fav.me/d53eqvn
100 requests will be available for free!closedI'll send you the whole half body sketch of your character, no, you don't need to pay any points!
You will be able to buy all of the sketches for points(in a .pdf format, as an e-book-like something).
And I'll open an auction(or simply sell) the original sketchbook.
MAGYAR REQUESTEK ITT: http://ayumu16.deviantart.com/journal/MAGYAROK-OC-REQUESTEK-CLOSED-317455708
Please do not comment with any more characters/journals/polls. They will be hid.
Interview with the Gays Part 22Riku
Q: When did you first suspect you were a lesbian?
A: When I was 11, in the 6th Grade. I started to realize I found girls attractive, and I did imagine myself dating female characters in game & animes I watched-Creepy, I know- and once I turned 12 that year-It was December-I realized I had lost all feeling for men. It took a few months for me to fully understand it, but that was when it actually hit me.
Q: Have you come out yet? If so, who was the first person you told?
A: I have come out. My best friend Yuki was the first person I told, that is outside of family. My mom was the first person in my family I told, but Yuki was the very first person I ever told.
Q: Have you told your father yet? If not, do you plan to?
A: I have told my father. But now a days he's still a bit weird about it. I'm not sure why, but I guess it's because I'm his youngest daughter.
Q: Have you ever faced harassment from anybody?
A: A few times, but normally just people in my school joking
Teenage TaoismGiving birth is the closest I’d ever felt to dying.
Before that, my near death experiences had consisted only of my silent announcement of pregnancy—silent, being that my social media accounts were all deleted almost simultaneously and I never returned to school in the fall, saying without really saying that I had caught the malicious disease of “teenage pregnancy”. I’m sure the whisper spread in the hallways like the Bubonic Plague. That September, sitting at home on what would have been the first day of my senior year, I imagined friends I’d never talk to again saying “she was only seventeen, and so full of life!” at my absence in the cafeteria tables, as if they were attending my funeral instead of talking about me behind my back.
"Full of life," I had snorted then, folding a never ending stream of what had once been my own baby clothes. "Literally."
I walked around like a zombie for the months of my pregnancy, deciding t
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