Goddamn, her muscles.
is this Paksenarrion
I want these so badly
If we ever get to the post-apocalyptic era, I hope everyone dresses like this. Hot damn.
I have reblogged these before but I still like them. Especially bottom left.
combination of bottom left and top right hoodie id get
Still looking for people to practice photography on
male,female,child,furry,scalie,feral, any avatar is good! Helps me practice different things :)
IM or Notecard KiraJoleen anytime :)
I’m not in-world too much but I would love to be able to help you out. What times are you usually on?
i know i need to get a better relationship with my father. he’s apologized for all the stuff he did and even recently he apologized for the abuse over my weight.
but, he said he never realized it was ‘bad’ until he had to lose weight himself. instead of wondering how it affected me. instead of being concerned over telling a ten-year-old she looks pregnant. then following up that only ‘bad girls’ get pregnant.
i do love him. he’s trying i know he is and treats me well now.
but, sometimes i just don’t want too. its selfish and gross of me but that is the truth.
While I like to joke about them being horrible, I do not actually hate dolphins themselves; I just hate the disproportionate love people have for them over countless other animals and the very serious environmental repercussions of that love.
As we speak, there’s even fast-growing outrage - almost entirely among white people, of course - that other countries still routinely hunt and eat these predatory sea-dildos, and let me tell you every reason why that’s asinine:
1) Bottle-nosed dolphins are not endangered or even anywhere close to becoming endangered. They have been thriving around the world in fairly consistent numbers for decades.
2) There is not, and never has been, any evidence that dolphins are any more intelligent than anything we already put in a baconator. In fact, domestic pigs demonstrate far more compelling signs of self—awareness, forethought and emotion, and we eat more fucking pigs every day than there are people in America.
3) Unlike other mammals slaughtered and eaten in droves, nobody is raising dolphins in tiny little pens and feeding them chemical-laden slop their entire lives.
4) Countless other marine organisms, such as sharks, are ACTUALLY being devoured into extinction, but the scientific community has to fight tooth and nail to get anybody to even begin to care about them.
Romanticizing a species can be exactly as harmful to the world as demonizing other species. It would be great if people hunted dolphins in place of sharks. Just wonderful. You can eat most of a dolphin, but we lop just the fins off sharks and toss the rest. Dolphin soup would be several times more sustainable than shark’s fin, and marine environments desperately need more sharks while dolphins aren’t even close to threatened, and no, dolphins do not effectively replace the niche sharks leave behind.
If you would eat a fish or a lobster or a cow but wouldn’t eat a dolphin because you think they’re extra-special magical sea angels then I will personally eat a dolphin at you. An entire dolphin. I will just wolf that fucker straight down don’t think I won’t at least try
This is a list of terms to describe a/romantic orientations (the terms are listed alphabetically, not for importance):
- Aromantic: a person who experiences no romantic attraction to others.
- Biromantic: A person who is romantically attracted to members of two different sexes or genders.
- Heteroromantic: a person who is romantically attracted to members of the opposite sex or gender.
- Homoromantic: a person who is romantically attracted to members of the same sex or gender.
- Panromantic or Omniromantic: a person who is romantically attracted to others but is not limited by the other’s sex or gender. Similar to biromantic except that it includes genders beyond male and female including transgender, genderqueer and third gender.
Romanticism and aromanticism, as sexuality and asexuality, can be put on a scale of intensity or frequency, therefore the following terms can also be taken into consideration:
- Grey-romantic or Gray-romantic: a person with a romantic orientation that is somewhere between aromantic and romantic. One type of gray-romantic is called demiromantic.
- Demiromantic: a type of grey-romantic who only experiences romantic attraction after developing an emotional connection beforehand. According to the model derived from Ragber’s “secondary and primary sexual attraction model”, demiromantics do not experience primary romantic attraction, but they are capable of secondary romantic attraction.
People who have a non-binary gender identity may find the following terms useful:
- Androromantic: a person (regardless of their gender) who is romantically attracted towards male-identified people; it helps defining romantic attraction for people who don’t identify in the gender binary system, and can’t say which gender is “same” or “opposite” to theirs.
- Gyneromantic or Gynoromantic: a person (regardless of their gender) who is romantically attracted towards female-identified people; it helps defining romantic attraction for people who don’t identify in the gender binary system, and can’t say which gender is “same” or “opposite” to theirs.
- Transromantic: a person who is romantically attracted towards transgender person(s). Generally used in the trans* community to describe trans* people who are exclusively attracted to other trans* people.
Other terms can be found used, more often than not in the asexual community, but are not romantic orientations (more like characteristics or preferences)
there is no such thing as purple urine
i wanna find a way to pee purple now