One person tell me: "You are teenager - you cannot have a problem at all. No one died around and you have everything you need." Is that true?

ectolime:

No, that is absolutely not true. You cannot judge the scale of a person’s problems based on their age of all things. Everyone leads a very different life from one another, based on their own decisions and the decisions of others. Even if you take a person who has had a very lucky life who hasn’t suffered loss, poverty, or oppression, no one should judge your problems for you.

Your problems are still a problem to you. If you can’t find peace, you need a solution. That’s the very definition of a problem. Problems don’t need to be ranked, they need to be solved. And if someone is telling you, “you cannot have a problem at all” because of a superficial thing like age, they have become another problem. Cast their words away; don’t let them be another problem on your list.

I still remember problems I had in elementary school. I had no friends and the friends I thought I had only wanted the homework and quiz answers and made fun of me behind my back. Is that a problem? Yes, and thankfully, one I was finally able to break after 12 years.

The only time someone is allowed to rank your problems is when you know you are doing something against yourself. If you’re hurting yourself because of an addiction, a bad habit, a bad relationship, depression, or overworking, stop and help yourself. You’re the only you in the entire world so treat yourself once in a while and take care of yourself.

Make a list of all the problems you have in your life, no matter how big or small, just write them all down. Pick a new color to write in and scribble down possible solutions. It doesn’t matter if you feel like they’re unsolvable or out of reach, look at each problem by itself and write down something for each one. The biggest problem we face is grouping all our problems into one big mesh that we can’t untangle. Making a systematic organized list will help clear out the easy to solve and minor problems from the huge stressors in your life.

(For example, the act of cleaning your room could not only tackle the problem of a chore, but other problems you might not even have been aware of like finding something you lost or were looking for. A cluttered area also causes unnecessary stress, so cleaning the house can collect some peace in your life. It’s also a great anger outlet and gets your mind off things.)

crusanite:

(struggling DESPERATELY with inspiration today, so expect a helluva lot of fanart instead)
i do not care for anatomy: i am an independent woman

crusanite:

(struggling DESPERATELY with inspiration today, so expect a helluva lot of fanart instead)

i do not care for anatomy: i am an independent woman

So what are those of us who exist outside of the domain of normalcy: the non-heterosexual, the non-married heterosexual and homosexual, the persons who do not parent or have been parented in two parent-home spaces, those who refuse the mother-father dyad, the non-procreative (who might also be differently abled), the transgender, the single mother, the adopted youth who is a ward of the state and living in transitional housing…those folk who exist outside of the realm of so-called morality, tradition, natural arrangement, boxes…those folk who I name here as queer not because of sexual identity, but whose beings, senses of self, social locations, and choices consign us to stricture because we obviate structure…those of us who have perfected queer failure by obstructing the rules of heterormativity and heteropatriarchy as manufactured by the Church or the State, Black Church or Conservative Right…what are we to do in this moment? How might we assess these times? How might we undo the grips of modernity and illuminate new ways of being in our now?


I answer: Our non-obeisance to the “rules” offered us, the radical act of loving and/or being sexually intimate with someone of the same sex, the refusal of a woman to marry the man who she may love because of the belief—as brilliantly articulated by Cynthia Fuchs Epstein in 1988—that the imagined “traditional family” has to be destroyed “in order to restructure society and abolish all gender roles”…the refusal to bear children even if you can…our ability to fail at that which has been deemed successful by the Church (Black, White, Brown, Catholic and Protestant) and/or the State (whether by way of regulations or legislations) is the radical act. I am arguing that some segments of the Black Church (and many other iterations of the Christian community) and the Conservative Right desire a certain type of legibility, a legibility of the subject. But failure, as iterated by Halberstam, refuses legibility and, therefore, frustrates an agenda tending towards the hetero-norm. We fail successfully.

Darnell L. Moore x Contested Alliances: The Black Church, The Right, and Queer Failure (via tabulasar)

crofesima:

Favourite animators: You Yoshinari (吉成曜)

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mymosae:

I’m an ally of justice. /rkgk

mymosae:

I’m an ally of justice. /rkgk

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dadmau5:

my very favourite supernatural theory is that the only reason that all these bad things happen to the winchesters is because of all the mirrors they smashed back in season one

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Finished dialogue for chapter 9, so now I can work on the second arc at long last holy shit

Finished dialogue for chapter 9, so now I can work on the second arc at long last holy shit

cg-shark:

Credit

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dendyden:

I still love space au Star :D

dendyden:

I still love space au Star :D

nutvers:

danky ass danny
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nutvers:

danky ass danny

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ectolime:

I really wish there was a guy named Wes in Danny Phantom just so people think Danny’s ring is for that one guy.

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Hi! Don't want to be rude, i'm just curious. Could you explain the "dad i want to be an astronaut" picture? I get that thats what danny says to his dad but why was he cut up and stuff? Btw i really like it! The art style is really cool.

because being an astronaut was danny’s greatest dream and motivation before the accident, and when he got his ghost powers the whole dream just kinda became completely unreachable + all the angst galore that comes with the forced responsibility/burden 

him being cut up and the green on the wall implies how much he must have gone mad while he was phantom and just wants to get rid of his role as phantom more than anything because of how his ghost half stunts his opportunities 

and thanks! I hope i explained okay since i drew that a while ago and idrk

Fly me to the moon
Let me play among the stars
Let me see what springs is like
On Jupiter and Mars

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im sry for this question but Im interested if ure a man or a woman :y thoatthesametimeireallydontcare

im female, anon, but i at the same time  i dont really care about gender either lol (except when it becomes a huge inconvenience >:|) 

the picture for chapter 7 which i’ll start uploading later this week or st

the picture for chapter 7 which i’ll start uploading later this week or st

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