Amandla Stenberg: non-binary actress and singer (The Hate U Give, The Hunger Games) [she/her; they/them]
Ezra Miller: genderqueer actor (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Justice League) [prefers he/him but is comfortable with all pronouns]
Chella Man: genderqueer YouTuber, actor & model (Titans) [he/him]
Brigette Lundy-Paine: non-binary actor (Atypical, The Glass Castle) [they/them]
Angel Haze: agender rapper & singer (Battle Cry, Cleaning out my Closet) [she/her; he/him]
Indya Moore: non-binary actor & model (Pose, Queen & Slim) [they/them]
Ruby Rose: genderfluid actress, model, talk show host, DJane (Batwoman, OitnB) [she/her]
Asia Kate Dillon: non-binary actor (Billions, OitnB) [they/them]
Quintessa Swindell: non-binary actor (Trinkets, Euphoria) [they, them]
Jonathan Van Ness: non-binary television personality, podcaster & hairdresser (Queer Eye) [prefers he/him but is also okay with they/them & she/her]
Feel free to add other celebrities or to correct me if I’ve got something wrong!
Lachlan Watson: Nonbinary actor (The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) [they/them]
Liv Hewson: Nonbinary actor (Santa Clarita Diet, Let It Snow) [they/them]
Bex Taylor-Klaus: Nonbinary actor and voice actor [Voltron, Scream]
sam smith (they/them) - singer
gerard way (he/they) - member of mcr
dorian electra (they/them) - singer
sonicfox (they/them) - esports player
Rebecca Sugar! (they/them she/her) - Cartoon show-runner: “Steven Universe”
Jacob Tobia - non-binary voice actor (they/them) played Double Trouble on She-Ra!
Jay Harper- andro/gender-fluid actor and singer (they/them but comfortable with he/him and she/her), jayisjo (@jayhoward_official on twitter), performer in ‘Ultimate Storytime’
Karin Dreijer (Xe): non-binary/genderfluid, queer, Swedish singer/musician/songwriter and co-founder of the Knife. Also has solo project called Fever Ray (which is very queer). Feverray on Instagram and @feverray on Twitter.
Andrea Gibson (they/them): Non-binary slam poet and activist
Janelle Monae: (Hasn’t specified pronouns yet) Singer, songwriter, artist and actor
Literally lost this post and had to scroll way the fuck back down my dash to find it again and rb because I’m going to cry over it. Yes I know, I cry over everything these days, fuck off. I literally just started halfway coming out to people in my real life this week and this shit is fucking validating.
Lead Singer of Openside (They/Them)
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If you ever think a video game you’re playing is facetious, instead consider EarthBound:
- About three quarters through the game, the player finds a weapon called the Casey Bat. It is the strongest weapon in the game by a large margin, so naturally the player will equip it to Ness instantly. What isn’t indicated, though, is that it has a 75% miss rate. Players are often bewildered by the fact that at a certain point in the game, Ness suddenly becomes incapable of hitting anything.
- The player is at one point given the option to buy an egg. The egg does nothing. But it will randomly hatch into a chick without notifying the player. While a chick is in the player’s inventory, a beeping sound will play constantly. There is no indication of why this is happening.
- A boss called the Clumsy Robot has a move where it eats a bolonge sandwich. The text prompt will say that it recovers an enormous, demoralising amount of HP from doing this. It actually does nothing. The text prompt is lying.
- At one point the player is given the option to buy a machine from an inventor. They are told they need the machine to progress in the game. It is incredibly expensive. The machine isn’t needed for anything at all, and it breaks when you use it.
- To get into one of the villains’ lair, you have to know the secret password. The secret password is five minutes of silence. You have to stand in front of the door into the lair for five minutes without doing anything, then you will be allowed in.
Fuck your noise. EarthBound went hard.
Toby Fox went easy on us.
Town of Tusayan
P.O. Box 709 | 845 Mustang Drive
Tusayan, AZ 86023 PHONE +1 (928) 638-9909
Mayor Craig Sanderson
Vice-Mayor Becky Wirth
Councilor | Brady Harris
Councilor | Al Montoya
Councilor | Robb Baldosky
if you don’t have time to write an email, here’s a pre-written letter: https://pastebin.com/Cc3YBWYA
just copy, add your name, and send the email to a town member!
Please do! Corporations are the biggest criminals of climate change, environmental damage and pollution. Capitalism is rooted in destruction.
Based on a quick internet search, this is still current as of January 25 2020.
Full details on the website. Wrote it real quick on my breaks at work so I’ll fix it up more to when I figure out what else to write. These past 2 weeks have been the worst for me. I don’t want to lose him when I could potentially save his life. I will provide proof if there are any skeptics, anyone who would lie about these kinds of things are the worst people. I have $415 left and I’m getting paid next week. But I can only go so long on temporary fixes for him :( I really need to at least try that surgery…
My family isn’t supportive like at all. I’ve rambled about it but basically my grandma is like guilt tripping on spending money on my child. She would not spend that kind of money on her own cat so she thinks I wouldn’t TO SAVE HIS LIFE. This is not only for his life, it’s also my mental health. There is no nice way of putting it but without this cat I probably would not even be here to say this. This cat saved my life and gave me a reason to keep on living.
Again, he still has so much life and love in him, it would be unfair to put him down.
make sure you be getting receipts for those cover fees, cause they’re an operational cost deductible.
Also, as a free agent, you have other cost that can be negotiated as deductible.
Connective devices (phone, internet, laptop, webcam, even lighting & production equipment, down to post/ edit software)
If you’re dancing or looking perform for another agency, ask what type of filing status you will be, before anything else happens.
Millennials & Gen.Z has substantially more free agents than Gen.X & Baby Boomers.
A HUGE part of that is being captured to the Gig-Economy.
SW’ers are still in that fairly unregulated realm where good money can be made, with little documentation & tracability.
Because of that SW’ers are punished for an “illigitmate” career (which is surface level bullshit that won’t last)
The government doesn’t give a fuck what you’re doing, as long as you’re paying taxes.
So develop yourself as a legitimate business & start quantifying your income & create a fed/ state tracable income that BANKS WILL HAVE TO ACKNOWLEDGE.
Super important for our sex worker friends out there!
this site has one setting
I’m laughing, but there’s a super useful corollary, which my husband calls “the Red Balloon.” He was a defense lawyer and had a fair number of drug addicts come through, and there is a thing where if you’re like, on your first offense, they’ll do a thing where you can go to treatment and if you complete it they’ll take the conviction off your record.
And he would tell his clients, “Look, everyone’s going to tell you not to do drugs. They’re going to say it over and over again. And it’s like, if people tell you not to think of a white elephant, you’re going to think of a white elephant. But the trick to not thinking about a white elephant is to think of a red balloon. So you need to find your red balloon. For some people it’s yoga. For others it’s woodworking. For some people it’s scrapbooking or gardening or any of a long list of things to do. They focus on that, it’s a lot easier to succeed in ignoring the white elephant.”
So yeah, “watch yourself” is one thing… but the better idea is to watch something else. (Even if it’s fanfic about werewolves fucking.)
It’s a form of productive dissociation, and is super, super helpful.
It’s easy for me to get bogged down in how much pain I’m in… but some of the most painful periods of my life have also been the most productive, writing-wise, because writing is one of my red balloons.
How to Draw Black People (2019)
How to Draw Black people is an interactive learning tool for artists looking to improve their understanding of Black culture and design methods for Black characters.
Learn how to take a cultural approach to character design and navigate the mores of Black culture. Build Black characters from the ground up, while avoiding tired and hurtful cliches. How to Draw Black People shows artists new techniques for rendering dark skin, drawing Afrocentric faces, and breaking through gender norms. With a digital component that includes brushes made specifically for African hair types and a library of sample files to practice on, How to Draw Black People is an essential resource for improving Black character designs in all media formats. Step by step tutorials and challenging activities centered on Black hair, skin tone, facial anatomy and so much more.
How to Draw Black People fills a void that is missing in art instruction by realigning character design with culture, instead of tropes.
by Malik Shabazz
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This is a plant from the genus Trachyandra, specifically known as a Crassula succulent. They are mostly found throughout southern Africa and Madagascar.
I am reblogging so I can look into this more closely. Because 1. That looks kind of like polymer clay; and 2. Crassula is a genus of succulent, containing over 1400 species of plant, and I’m on mobile.
I can never tell if succulents I haven’t seen are real or not because all succulents look fake in the first place
Here to tell you HAPPILY cause i love these plants that they are in fact real BUT the actual name of the plant is Trachyandra tortilis! They also come in a flat leaf version with curled or wavy leaves!!
These are delightful i need twenty
Honestly!!! This is just psychological trauma in the making
A bit of a tangent but at work, there are children with their parents, and oftentimes they tend to be wailing in their strollers or baby seat in the cart. I’ve found that when the baby has muck or food crumbs or drool on their face and are crying, I offer a napkin to the parents (or the baby themselves) and when they get their face wiped, they stop crying! Even smile!
I know we associate getting dirty in mud with kids, and yeah it’s fun for them, but it’s just another activity and they like being/feeling clean too! They feel guilty without their parents having to tell them! Punishing them for not having access to do what we as adults can do just makes em feel worse!
Wow like I remember watching cartoons and reading comics and seeing the characters’ thought bubbles with images and it looked like this
I thought this was for artistic effect, I had no idea people actually think like that 😭😭😭
This is so wild to me, what the fuck do those people think “the voice in your head” is? It’s literally the voice in your head? What y’all got? The charades in your head?????
This is earth shattering, I can’t believe there are people, who don’t think in sentences??? What the fuck is an abstract non-verbal thot? Y’all hoes think in Pictionary???? What the fuck
museums should repatriate artifacts belonging to living cultures and display reproductions instead
no one is entitled to the sacred art, tools, or costumes of another culture (save members of the culture itself) and nonsacred reproductions will serve just as well for the purposes of education and appreciation
having museums full of reproductions would be even cooler than having museums full of sacred artifacts because when modern craftspeople are able to replicate those artifacts, it’s usually because they still make the same items the same way today
this means that you could have description tags emphasizing that such-and-such item has been made by these people in almost the same way for hundreds of years
having museums full of beautiful reproductions takes the emphasis off of Things and places it on the People who make them, which is really as it should be