DUDE! This looks so simple! I got to grab my rubber cement though…I’ve been wanting to get a large sketchbook but the sizes I want are 40 bucks a pop, and I figure I could just by those giant drawing sheets at michales arts and crafts (they’re like three dollars each for a poster size) cut them down and and collect enough for a textbook stack of paper, and use my own scrapbook paper to make the cover…maybe I can burn my hockney and use the mounting board for a cover!
I know it may seem like too much effort but…
It’s looks super fun
It’s super customized for my own particular needs. (visual diary FTW!) Plus designing the cover, thickness,size,paper quality ect…
Since I own most of this stuff already it’d be cheaper then spending the 30 bucks on a store bought one.
So after reading Richard Lawson’s piece on Brave, it was clear to me he missed the point of Brave. Which doesn’t really surprise me. I only have one male friend who has seen Brave and he liked it. He doesn’t get why I adore this movie and love it to pieces. He doesn’t really get why this…
I can’t believe I used to think Shane Dawson was funny. I’ve only started realizing recently how much blackface and general racism are in his videos. The more recent ones aren’t any better but seriously
The left is him out of character and the right is him in blackface portraying Liberty from Degrassi in a spoof he did.
This is what the girl actually looks like.
Yeah…a lot of Shane Dawson’s stuff has creeped me out lately…not just the race stuff but the rape jokes. O_< If you’ve seen Ask Milly, the puppet show he does it’s just…on the creepy side.
I think the major problem here is that women were clamoring for “strong female characters,” and male writers misunderstood. They thought the feminists meant [Strong Female] Characters. The feminists meant [Strong Characters], Female.
So the feminists shouldn’t have said “we want more strong female characters.” They should have said “we want more WEAK female characters.” Not “weak” meaning “Damsel in Distress.” “Weak” meaning “flawed.”
Good characters, male or female, have goals, and they have flaws. Any character without flaws will be a cardboard cutout. Perhaps a sexy cardboard cutout, but two-dimensional nonetheless. And no, “Always goes for douchebags instead of the Nice Guy” (the flaw of Megan Fox’s character in Transformers) is not a real flaw. Men think women have that flaw, but most women avoid “Nice Guys” because they just aren’t that nice. So that doesn’t count.
So what flaws can female characters have? Uh, I don’t know. How about the same flaws a male character would have?
“The internet, especially Tumblr is not a safe place for Hindus. My religion gets worn on t-shirts and now theres a ‘network’ named after Shiva for ‘urban street-work’ reblogging. PoC get attacked all the time for their beliefs in different God. We’re ridiculed and eaten alive because of our differences. I don’t understand when ‘Hinduism’ became a trend.
If you look at history, IF YOU READ HISTORY PROPERLY, Hindus were beheaded, our women were raped and our children and men were murdered if we continued to follow our faith.
And now our God(s) are being worn on t-shirts and our bindis are being completely misused by hipster white girl fucks.
What is this? Reverse history? It’s cool to be Hindu for a couple months because we’re trying to tick off our white-Christian parents?
It’s fucking ignorance.”—may god let me keep you: (via nuestrahermana)
To tumblr or not to tumblr? I am asking myself this question right now. This is based on my views of how I want myself, my blog, and my shop to be seen. I want to be associated with a certain standard of ethics. I believe that you can be sexy with all your clothes on. There is a time and…
I personally love the fact that you post wonderful vintage shots while being a curvy girl. There are so many vintage fashion posts on tumblr by girls who are rail thin with boyish figures, that curvy girls like me feel left out. Unfortuantley, this is the internet and we can’t always control where our content goes, but I’d be sad to see you go.