Posted 1 month ago
Posted 1 month ago

ssoja:

I’m very very late ! ê___ê’

Here some pics of my children book”The little Red Wolf” ! :>

Now available in french bookstore and on amazon !

(Pretty photos of the book by Jonathan Garnier : http://a-lifi.tumblr.com/ )

Posted 1 month ago
Buff Wonder Woman because muscles aren’t just for men. 

Buff Wonder Woman because muscles aren’t just for men. 

Posted 2 months ago

quietexhibitionist:

THEY TOLD ME I COULD BE ANYTHING

Posted 3 months ago

Taking cold medication to help me sleep as last night my nose was badly blocked I dreamt I had a tree stuck in my nose.

Posted 3 months ago

(Source: vajooper)

Posted 4 months ago

why you should make a webcomic and why you can make a webcomic

pairlee:

sombreroh:

why should you make a webcomic?

  1. it’s regular drawing practice
  2. you get to draw and develop the universe your OCs live in
  3. you could draw your OCs making out with context
  4. see number 3

how can you make a webcomic?

  1. make a new tumblr
  2. install this theme…
Posted 4 months ago

mayakern:

cute underwear is the best cure all for low self esteem

Posted 8 months ago

"Please dont sell anything you make from this pattern."

craftyconsultingcannibal:

I want talk for a moment about craftspeople who tag this into their patterns. I want to talk about how much it royally pisses me off.

(putting the rest under a cut because it got a BIT wordy)

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It’s called copyright.
The people are selling the right to use their pattern for personal use. Take albums. When you buy an album you have bought the right to use that CD, make personal copy and listen to it with other people. However you do not have the right to copy and sell it.

There is nothing wrong with using a pattern as a base to create your own design as long as there are distinct changes. Of course people can’t stop you from making similar patterns. There are hundred of patterns out there that can be very similar.
Respect other peoples wishes and their copyright.

Posted 8 months ago

Female-assigned intersex kids’ vaginal canal size is also assessed by doctors, to ensure that it’s long enough to fit a penis inside of it. Doctors might surgically construct or re-construct vaginas, which can result in a host of health problems and necessitate multiple, multiple surgeries. This is especially the case since most intersex kids have these surgeries very young, and when their bodies grow into their adult forms, more surgeries are necessary to keep their vagina size in proportion. Non-surgical methods are also used to increase or maintain vaginal length by regularly using medical dildos to stretch the vagina over months and years. (It’s kind of like braces for your vagina, but much, much worse.) Just like there are no standards for how long a clitoris “can” be before it’s classified as a penis, there aren’t absolute standards as to how long a vagina is for it to be of “normal” length.

I had a dilation procedure performed for almost every exam I had with intersex doctors from the time I was 8 until I was 16, so that they could check how long my vagina was as I grew. I absolutely hated these procedures. I mean, imagine a man as old as your father or your grandfather, who you don’t know, inserting a medical dildo into you each time you saw him, knowing that you can’t question the doctor’s orders and just accept that you have to undergo these uncomfortable procedures for your health. Imagine a decade or so later, realizing that these procedures did nothing to track your health, and had everything to do with grown men feeling good about the fact that you could fuck some dude someday like a “normal girl”. That all those traumatizing procedures weren’t actually medically relevant at all, and it actually was within my right to refuse those examinations.

I didn’t know any of that at the time.

I also had no idea that I wouldn’t want to ultimately have the kind of sex they assumed I’d be having, adding yet another layer of this-was-totally-unnecessary/messed-up to my history.

Other kids shouldn’t have to go through this. Other adults shouldn’t have revelations some day far into the future that what was happening to them WASN’T okay, and their traumatic feelings ARE valid, and the whole system of how intersex people are conceptualized and “treated” IS entirely fucked.

And it’s gotta change. We’ve gotta change it.

Claudia at Autostraddle (via rifa)

(Source: bossybussy)