He rocked the bow tie even then!
People I know understand the scientific method and are thus attractive: this guy (also Sara)
ride that radical vibe
when you really love a character but you can’t draw them to save your life
This is so awesome. :D In the grand tradition of The Llama Song…
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This was fairly amazing.
This isn’t about animation.
It’s about justice.
I love Kyoshi.
Why can’t they be beautiful, stylish, and curvy?
Why to be considered “designer dolls” must they be so skinny?
That’s, like, Cruella deVille and Astro Boy doing Disney cosplay.
THANK YOU. Like what, fat women can’t be stylish? No. Stop. Their outfits are really pretty, but they are not made for Ursula and the Queen of Hearts because those skinny little dolls are NOT WHAT THOSE CHARACTERS LOOK LIKE.
The reason I like this quote so much is that it doesn’t make it “women” vs. “men”—it’s trans* inclusive. (I wonder if the writers were intentionally being anti-cissexist/pro-trans*…probably not.)
look at this
being inclusive is so easy you can do it by accident
That awkward moment when people attempt to use science to invalidate the lived experiences of people with vaginas.
I dunno, maybe I’m just reading it differently, but it doesn’t really come off to me as them trying to invalidate the experiences of people with vaginas. Maybe if they had said, “A group of scientists at Yale have determined that there is no such thing as a G-spot” I could agree with you. But from a scientific perspective, there is a HUGE difference between “we have found no proof that [x] exists,” and “we have found proof that [x] doesn’t exist.”
It’s like when scientists say “we don’t know how the bumblebee flies” (we do now though), or “we don’t know why a bike stays stable.” They aren’t saying “bikes fall over when you ride them,” they’re saying “bikes don’t fall over and we haven’t figured out why yet.”
But why are they studying medical literature to find this out when the people writing the medical literature have been stubbornly denying it
to make up for the fact that they just can’t find the goddamn thing and suck in bedbecause it’s not an easily definable bundle of nerves which is how it “should be.”
I’ve actually read more in depth on most of the studies that people are claiming say “there is no g-spot” and really the actual findings are more like “we vastly misunderstand the g-spot”. They are usually more talking about how the g-spot isn’t a magic button/bundle of nerves, it’s actually part of a much more complex system within the genitals that has been painfully understudied because women’s health isn’t studied as much as it should. I have never seen a study that flat out says “g-spots aren’t real and are made up”. They say “wow do we not understand the female orgasm we’re working on it okay”
Unfortunately science reporting is almost universally sensational and misinterpreting shit! So then everyone hears the news saying things like “Scientists found no proof of g-spot” and interprets it as “scientists are dumb”, when really the scientists were talking about definitions and trying to explain how complicated things really are.
I often do.
There is nothing funnier than a cat losing its shit over something really mundane and then pretending it never happened.
Except a big cat losing its shit over something really mundane and then pretending it never happened 8D
Especially a tiger with a bobbed tail, poor ridiculous thing
I have no regrets making this
I will admit to a little scream.
I’d like to draw everyone’s attention to Thor’s hips.
no? just me?
CAN’T UNSEE. WON’T UNSEE. DON’T PARTICULARLY WANT TO UNSEE.
There; this looks less basic, but secretly, it was pretty much as simple.
Animating: fun, but time consuming. As though, you know, corset construction isn’t. (? idk what’s wrong with me.)
Attempting to actually make progress on my desire to teach myself animation. Decided to start with something extremely basic. Like, so basic.
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