"To them, ‘Asian’ is our defining characteristic, in a way that ‘white’ would never be used to define themselves. When the “Yellow Fever”ed men speak to me, they aren’t speaking to me, they’re speaking to their idea of an Asian woman, their fantasy made flesh. They’re speaking to every Asian woman they’ve ever seen in the media, every Asian porn actress they’ve ever leered at on their computer screens. My personality tries to push itself forward, but is rendered invisible, obscured by the lenses of racial stereotype."


My little bug meeting the voice behind her cosplay ~


Here is what to do with some old, broken terracotta pots!


ace day

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#Ace #999 #queue


Black and White Pocket Comics


絶対絶望少女 ダンガンロンパ Another Episode PV 2


Has this been done yet or…


TREBLE & IGGLES my clefable n wigglytuff duo; i bred and hatched them together and they always level up at the same time bc their exp is the same

Anonymous wonders
I like you, man. Putting sources in the description, through photo link, and the source option. You hella great. Hope you have a wonderful day!

thanks, anon!! i hope you have a great day too and i’m v glad you appreciate my source-intensity ♥

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saraaza wonders
hey court... i recommend not tagging people "femme fatales" in selfies if you dont know their gender, its best to just not arbitrarily gender people if you can, so gender neutral tags are best! and that person you reblogged with really curly hair happens to be agender too, so they're not a girl and you're kind of misgendering them?? so uhm. don't do that yeah ;o;

oh um!! i actually changed my tag from #ladies to #femme fatales for that reason a while ago—i had a p lengthy discussion about it at the time and that’s where we got. it’s a pun but it’s not “femme” meaning “woman” but meaning “feminine”—y’know, like butch/femme, terms all kinds of queer people—cis lesbians and binary trans people and nb people—use to describe their presentation, not identity

that’s kind of where we ended up last time this came up but ofc i’m willing to reopen the discussion if anyone else has thoughts?

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the only domestic instinct my parents have managed to pass on to me is the tendency to hoard multiple plastic bags in another plastic bag despite the fact that I will probably never need this many plastic bags in my adult life