Feminist: a person who supports feminism.

Feminism: the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.

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"Each and every one of us has the capacity to be an oppressor. I want to encourage each and everyone of us to interrogate how we might be an oppressor and how we might be able to become liberators for ourselves and for each other."


OH RIGHT I played The Grey Garden and Mogeko Castle

The Grey Garden was great, I loved Yosafire and Rawberry lots.

Mogeko Castle was fucked up. What the hell even was that. 

you know what irks me the most when people remove my comment from my drawings? 

it’s that my presence from the post is completely removed. I mean SURE my blog is still the source, but now it’s circulating like a random picture on the internet, instead of a drawing I made and uploaded to my personal blog. 

OH GREAT the random lesbians drawing is getting loads of notes again

with my comment removed

fucking great

wadanohara fandom be like


fandom: sal is fucking trash

fandom: but his design tho we gotta draw him

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Fans who did know what an unfair system we Disney comics people work in have often said to me “you’ve made a name for yourself now! Why not stop this thankless work and produce comics of some character that you create yourself?” And publishers have often told me they would publish anything I decided to create for them. But my reply has always been “Any character I might create next week… I would not have grown up with that character. I wouldn’t care about him. My thrill is in creating stories about characters I’ve loved all my life.” I’m a fan.
Don Rosa, speaking on his decision to retire from Disney comics after 20 years of work, and why he wouldn’t be creating original comics. Sexagenarian former engineers don’t seem like the type to really get what fandom is about, but Don Rosa really really gets what fandom is about. 
About artists’ signatures


Recently, I had to do a lot of paperwork, sign a bunch of things etc, which made me think how my ID signature is so different from how I sign my drawings. And then I remembered it was something my design teacher said we should do: differentiate your credit card, id, etc signature from your artistic one.

If you think about it, it’s really logical. ID signatures are not supposed to be widespread, where people can learn them and imitate them. Whereas the way you sign your drawings is supposed to be memorable, so everyone can look at it and eventually recognize it at sight. Of course you wanna make both difficult to imitate, preferably with handstrokes. Or if you have to have a logo for the later; certify it if possible so that only you can legally use it.

So yeah, in case you’re an artist, have two different signatures, it’s for your own safety/good publicity.

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