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I think you’re pretty attractive in ways a lot of people would agree with. You’re like a bishie, which is like, an iconic standard of beauty.

That’s part of what logically puts me on the attractive side; I didn’t know it’s as well thought of as your phrasing implies though (and some part of my mind is trying to argue with that again, still with no solid argument or even really words formed)

bidyke:

vengerturtle:

on the plus side, I found something that finds your untagged posts if you want to go back and ya know

tag em

Useful!

For degree of attractiveness this body has, I think I’ve fairly settled on that I’m moderately attractive (not entirely conventionally). It can be hard to be sure since I can’t tell what amount of thoughts are valid or ingrained self-hate, but I guess most are the latter due to not applying to others

[Getsumen Spiral] Planetarium - Doujinshi

spluuuuurt:

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Title: Planetarium

Circle: Getsumen Spiral [Pixiv ID 2391970], original story by Aka-miso [pixiv ID 578414]

Rating: R18

Language: English

Scanlation: spluuuuurt

Summary: Shinji moves to a new town and finds an old, rundown Planetarium.

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lycanthroqueer:

"kinphobia" is not real.

"kinphobia" implies otherkin are oppressed; we are not.

call it what it is: anti-otherkin, kin hate, otherkin hate.

do not use the term “kinphobia”.

"Autism is a spectrum"

realsocialskills:

Whenever I write posts about autism, someone will reblog with a comment along the lines of “you have to remember that autism is a spectrum, ranging from extreme cases to mild Aspergers.” Here is a recent example.

It’s true that autism is a spectrum, but it’s not a spectrum of severity from low functioning to very mild. Autism is much more complicated than that. 

There are a number of things that go into autism. It’s a combination of impairments in cognition, communication, sensory perception, and movement. These impairments combine in different ways. And “high functioning” and “low functioning” don’t accurately describe any of them.

All autistic people are disabled in significant ways, and it’s not always obvious how. There are a lot of stereotypes, and they’re misleading.

When Aspergers syndrome and autistic disorder where separate diagnoses, the primary difference was whether someone developed expressive language before or after the age of three. That doesn’t tell you anything important about their abilities. (Which is one reason they’ve been combined into Autism Spectrum Disorder into the DSM-V.)

One way stereotypes can be misleading: some nonspeaking autistic people have significantly better language comprehension than some autistic people who speak. (And you can’t tell from affect either: A student who spends all day rocking in a corner might be understanding significantly more than a student who spends all day sitting still at a desk.)

Autistic impairments can also change over time, or in times of stress.

Someone you think has “very mild Aspergers” may well have no ability to understand language when they’re upset. They may have severe auditory processing problems and be unable to watch TV without captions. They may be physically incapable of walking across a crowded room. They may have very little voluntary motion and be dependent on prompts in their environment. They might not be able to initiate interactions or independently tell you that they are injured or sick.

Not all autistic people do the thing I described in my post on noticing when repetition is communication. (And not all autistic repetition is for this reason). But it has nothing to do with severity. When an autistic person repeats the same thing over and over in a conversation with you, it’s very important to consider the possibility that they’re trying to communicate something but don’t currently have the words to get you to understand. This is true even if they live alone and five minutes ago they gave a complicated lecture on physics.

tl;dr Autism is a spectrum, but it’s not a simple severity spectrum.

tony-the-intelligent-goon:

ashiibaka:

Science.

I can’t tell what my favorite part is, but it’s either
scientists wasting budget and time to see if ants count their steps
the idea to put ants on stilts
there had to be a guy who made ant stilts and put them on the ants
confused ants

tony-the-intelligent-goon:

ashiibaka:

Science.

I can’t tell what my favorite part is, but it’s either

  • scientists wasting budget and time to see if ants count their steps
  • the idea to put ants on stilts
  • there had to be a guy who made ant stilts and put them on the ants
  • confused ants

ajrulez130:

riseabovedefeat:

People with anxiety:

  • Know the worry is irrational
  • Want to calm down but can’t
  • Hate the fact that breathing feels like you are trying to breathe rocks instead of air
  • Feel like they are drowning and suffocating.  Telling them to just take a breath and calm down doesnt help.
  • Want to stop shaking but can’t control their limbs.
  • Just plain feel horrible and embarrassed.

Now I kinda understand anxiety from my friends a little

eggworu:

redraw!  except my hand started hurting near the end so i didnt do the background like the original orz

ishimondope:

please tell me these images work

yea h um„ headless boys„„/.„,

Insane Clown Posse - Forever
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thedarklotus:

Insane Clown Posse - The Mighty Death Pop

Forever

mizuki-takashima:

Why Good Anime Is Hard To Make

The anime industry has come a long way over the years. Advances in technology has helped lighten the animation burden by making miss-matched pigments or damaged cels a thing of the past, and studios are finding more ways to reach out to their audiences through legal streams and even kickstarter campaigns.

However, the industry is still struggling financially, and it’s up to us, the fans, to help them out.

Please watch this video, it’s enlightening and still leaves you with hope! 

malformalady:

Yili Apricot Valley, China. Every year, these rolling hills in Xinjiang explode into a puffy sea of pink and white. As the largest groves of apricots in the region, this flowering signifies the beginning of the fruiting season, while also transforming the landscape into something other-worldly.

malformalady:

Yili Apricot Valley, China. Every year, these rolling hills in Xinjiang explode into a puffy sea of pink and white. As the largest groves of apricots in the region, this flowering signifies the beginning of the fruiting season, while also transforming the landscape into something other-worldly.