No Homo We Smokin Penisas
I am having a full throttle giggle attack…I am dying. I need to get off this app & get chicken & pasta stat!!!!
So so so fucking real
people who rewrite m/m ships into f/f in fics are both the backbone of the community and have their third eyes blasted wide open. thank you so much for your service
Reading a news story about a vegan skipping parts of their college course specifically the parts that cover animal agriculture and suddenly I understand why so many vegans dont know how animal agriculture actually works. They just refuse to even find out.
Like, if ur gonna be opposed to something, u need to learn about it. If u dont understand it, u will not know how to fight it, and ur opposition becomes little more than a childish tantrum. The fact that so many people went “yes actually remaining ignorant is a good idea” is appalling.
i’m still so irritated about how after becky albertalli posted that essay about how she was essentially bullied and pressured her into coming out as bisexual before she was comfortable or ready to do so because of how people online have treated her over the content of her books, YA twitter has already shifted the goalposts from “she shouldn’t be writing queer stories bc she’s straight” to “well she’s still a bi woman so she still shouldn’t be ‘stealing m/m narratives’” (someone literally used that phrasing) and basically it all boils down to this idea that there is no respectful or acceptable way to write about marginalized characters who are different from you
and it’s just that like. even aside from the fact that it has created this genuinely toxic environment online where readers feel entitled to comb through an author’s entire life story in order to judge whether they are “allowed” to write their books, there are so many things that are just fundamentally wrong and nonsensical about that mindset that i cannot even take it seriously. but i guess my frustration really boils down to the fact that nobody making these arguments seems to really understand that there are so many reasons why people choose to write the narratives they do, and representation/relating to the characters on the basis of identity is not the be-all end-all for everyone. sometimes it’s because you’re interested in exploring specific themes or settings or character dynamics or there’s some kind of satirical/critical element to the story you’re writing… or maybe you just are not interested in writing autofiction for any reason. and if you cannot fathom why it’s insulting to suggest that the only motivation for a queer author to write a queer character who nonetheless doesn’t share their specific gender and sexual orientation is that they must have some kind of fetish… well, i’m sorry to say it, but you might just suck as a person
sasuke cant read. sasuke has an undiagnosed gluten allergy that he has ignored his entire life. sasuke looks like hes brooding all the time but he just has bad rbf. sasuke constantly has elevator music playing in his head. sasuke punched a tree last week just to see if he could knock it down and got a shitton of splinters so he’s wearing gloves this week but everyone just thinks it’s fashion so nobody has asked. sasuke would score a 40 on an IQ test because he’d get annoyed halfway through and leave. but most importantly. he has good bone structure.
“Maybe in a year I could write something. There is something in me maybe someday to be written; now it is folded, and folded, and folded, like a note in school.”
— Sharon Olds, from “September 2001: New York City,” in Stag’s Leap (Alfred A. Knopf, 2012)
Streaming Service Rant
You could make this shorter by just going “I’m a thief and refuse to pay for content”. Would save you a lot of time.
I’m a thief and refuse to pay for content and i encourage everyone else to do the same! Don’t be a little bitch like chemychems and jump aboard the ship, matey!
I Am Once Again Posting Web Lonks
https://soap2day.to/ tv + movies
https://libgen.is/ books (includes textbooks!)
if u consider yourself a horror fan you like NEED to be aware and educated on the ableism thats been put at the heart of so much horror. like… is that character actually scary or do they just have a limp/scars/disfigurement that real normal people have irl and have to see depicted as horrifying and dehumanizing? if you think any of those things or things like it are scary in ANY context you need to step away from the horror genre and familiarize yourself with the fact that people can and do look like that and they do not deserve to be an object of fear