basically the main thing on this tumblr is me being a douchebag and talking about dumb shit all the time.
oh also some drawings i made i guess
you can read my webcomic here you'll probably like it! it's called Monster Pulse and its about a bunch of kids whose body parts become fighting monsters.
i deleted that previous post because it had the mother’s number in it, and i don’t want to encourage prank calls.
instead if you went to SDCC and saw this cosplayer, contact the san diego police. number/info in the link.
swan-culture said: When does Cleo realize she's bi? Or has she always known?
I imagine she was like “Yeah but EVERYONE thinks girls are super sexy, right??” and Marlene and Ivy were like “uhh… not really”
because that’s realistic.
please, stop trying to write queer characters. you said the girls from PMMM weren’t “gay enough” and should be more obviously ‘canon’ queer in order to be a legitimate pairing instead of fanservice, so… no. stop.
Ok, I’ll go tell my best friend from college that her experience is unrealistic. I guess she’s straight after all. Thanks for letting me know.
As for the PMMM stuff, you linked to that as a screenshot. Actually, I never deleted that post, you can just read it here. I’m not trying to hide that I said that. Although I agree it was really stupid and wrong to say it at all, and I am sorry for talking out of my ass.
As a straight person, the way I write queer people will never be as good or authentic as a queer person writing queer people. But I will still endeavor to include queer people in my writing in the future. (I haven’t actually done that very visibly at all so far, which is another way I’ve messed up, unfortunately.) But I would rather mess up and try to fix it, and try to do better in the future, than say “Queer people have no place in my stories because I’m straight”.