My honeybunny and me
My honeybunny and me
Does anyone else feel like a “filler friend”? Like you just sit there, never contributing to the conversation, and when you do, no one notices. You don’t really have a purpose or do anything and kinda just sit there existing. No one ever invites you ever or asks to do anything with you, and people even make group plans right in front of you and neglect your presence. It’s not that anyone means for this to happen it kinda just does?
When I feel that way I make the choice to take some time to myself and be absent from the group that I perceive to be treating me that way. If ny absence is noticed and remarked upon, and I’m invited back, I hang out again, and if I don’t hear from folks, I mourn and move on. It sucks, but sometimes people grow apart.
A great comic telling people to stand up for their fellow fans!
You want to know how terrible that these douche bags can get? I made a Sailor Venus cosplay for my younger sister who looked amazing and proud to wear it. I made sure she wore white shorts that covered her panties and stopped where the skirt ended, (because of the horror stories we heard about perverts taking pictures up cosplayers’ skirts without consent) Turns out there were jerks trying to take pics up her skirt, but started to complain to each other that she was wearing shorts under and it wasn’t fair. SHE WAS UNDERAGE AT THE TIME OF WEARING THIS COSPLAY! Not only were they attempting sexual harassment, but ON A MINOR! Please, reblog this, spread the word, and stand up for other cosplayers if you see/hear this.
I can’t tell you how flattered (and also somewhat triumphant) I am that my comic is still going around being shared like this. Keep doing it, and keep telling your stories, and this is how we’ll change things.
By the way, cons, the above is available in large size for printing and posting in your spaces and con books for free, just download them from here:
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George Munro Grant, on observing the skin colour of the Indigenous people of the West:
'We noticed … that … some of the old Indians had skins almost as black as Negroes [but] the young men and women were comparatively fair…The explanation is that the young… are taking to civilized ways’
Source: Page 171 Ocean to Ocean: Sandford’s Fleming’s Expedition through Canada in 1872. by George Munro Grant.
white people, this is why nobody trusts you
Today’s episode of Old Timey People Didn’t… Know Stuff is brought to you by the letter W, for old Whitey.