and im on tonight, you know my hips dont lie and im starting to feel its right
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the new debut album by me titled “sand red and danger stripes”, a concept album about going back in time and exploring the martian landscape as it was in 2001
complete with a bonus hidden track titled “aesthetic building”, a song about just why i would put a palm tree decoration in the cockpit of a mech designed to explore a planet with no plant life to begin with
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i got my early 2000s nostalgia goggles on backwards and its time to explore the martian landscape
based on 7314 recon mech rp. ive been itching to build a mech and here we are. i replaced the claw with like. a thing like the physgun from gmod and i dont have one of those big flames in any shade of orange so i used green/glow-in-the-dark
instead of complaining that "not everyone in the fandom is like that!" whenever someone criticizes it
turn against the people who are making your fandom like that. weed them out and make it a safe space for everyone.
even just a small handful of people putting garbage like that in a fandom is too much and shouldnt be defended at all.
especially if your fandom is one originally designated for young girls.
- i went and got pokemon y on midnight release. i beat it within a week. elite four team was delphox, crobat, and pangoro. lot of emotions. really REALLY good game. currently hunting for shiny pumpkaboo
- i came out as trans on facebook right before i got pokemon and got nothing but positive feedback and support
- i made a moc blog on tumblr and i havent really updated it in a while but i plan to. right now im making umbra because i kinda gave up on akamai
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i dunno how many of you who arent following me on tumblr are aware of this but around late september i got it in my head to finally do a revamp of my favourite roborider to compensate for the fact that i cant actually rebuild the set and because there arent enough good roborider mocs in the world. so then i had this idea, "well what if this piece existed in transparent light blue? it exists in trans-neon green, why not that? it would be a perfect way to keep some accuracy to the original set." and lo, it did. but it only ever existed in one set, and only in a quantity of two, and it was a special edition set. and so frost sat on my desk for literally months until about two weeks ago when i finally managed to find a store that was selling more than three (because by then i had already acquired one). i got them and behold, frost was finally complete, and all was good. and now i am finally deciding to stop being lazy just long enough to show you all, because i know youre positively wetting yourselves in anticipation to see more mocs from me. so there you go
ps i also made onyx too, and i managed to finish it a LOT faster because i already had the gitd rims on hand. will i take better pics of these two someday? maybe. maybe. im also planning on making power and might take pics after thats finished instead. who knows
Source: DESTROY. THE. PATRIARCHY.
Let's be real for a moment.
Don't you dare deny the evils of the patriarchy. Don't you dare spit on all the women on whom our society encourages assault and violation. Don't you dare blame the victims of these assaults. Don't you dare try to justify their earning cents on the dollar. Don't you dare tell them what their role in society is, or what you want them to do, or that they should calm down. Don't you dare devalue them because they're angry - they have every right to be angry. And most of all, don't you DARE deny that this oppression exists just because YOU don't suffer it. If you don't care about oppression unless you're part of the group being actively oppressed, you're a cartoonishly evil villain.
Women are suffering every day and whether you see it or deny it will not change that immutable, hideous fact. It affects your sisters, your mothers, the strangers on the street. It affects women, it affects men, and it affects people of non-binary gender like me. It's not the natural order of things. It's a system of power and control, and its biggest aid is that it is subconsciously supported.
But we can tear it apart, together.
You don't have to be a radical to make a positive impact. Every one of us can fight for what is right, even in small daily ways. Call out misogynists when they make ###### jokes. Stand up for women and LGBTQ people. Make donations to positive organizations. Don't just shout out when something big happens - this stuff is a constant, daily thing, so pushing back against it needs to happen every day. This has nothing to do with politics. This has nothing to do with party lines. This has nothing to do with being some kind of hero. It has everything to do with humanity and decency.
Be strong. Be resolute. Do not stop being angry. Do not stop talking about this. Do not focus on gender issues, or sexist issues, or racial issues, or LGBTQ issues, or trans*misogyny issues, just because it's a hot-button thing today. The marginalizing continues tomorrow. It will continue until we burn the system to ash. Stay furious every day that women are hurt. Stay furious every day. Stand up. Fight back.
DESTROY THE PATRIARCHY
what kind of man builds a machine to kill a girl?
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birthday: 24 april 1991
interests: headcanoning all your fave characters as transgender and being better than you in every conceivable way
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