Link and Sheik, ready for action.
I’m the worst anime watcher I either watch one episode and then forget it for a month or marathon the whole series
There’s a winged liner “terminology” reference list going around and I decided to give them correct names.
seriously though, list of fucking awful trends in the gay male community:
- "sassy black woman" voice
- t-slurs everywhere and rampant transmisogyny
- talking down to women/harassing them because “it’s ok i’m gay lol”
- transphobia towards trans men (ew, vaginas!!!)
- misogyny towards cis women (more ew, vaginas!!!!)
- "gay is the new black" (says white gay men)
like can we just address
Danai Gurira and Norman Reedus on the set of The Walking Dead.
THE MASTERPIECE, IT HAS ARRIVED. 8D motivation to survive work tomorrow, then to be savoured by my eyeballs. dokidoki. [bookmarks]
MOIRA, STOP, I’M BLUSHINGGGG. YOU HAVEN’T EVEN READ IT YET, YOU DORK. <3 <3 <3 I hope you like it!! and get ~all the feels~ as it were. :’D
S C R E A M I N G, saving this as incentive to finish out my finals strong
:DDD I REALLY, REALLY HOPE YOU ENJOY IT. even though it’s from asshole cheung’s pov and did I mention cheung is a fucking asshole? but yeah~ more of your boy jin~
AAAAH IT EXIIIISTS
IT EXISTS LISEEEEE!! I’M SO HAPPY I FINISHED IT IN TIME AND THE ART IS FANTASTIC AND WOW, WHAT A GOOD. WHAT A GOOD.
Pairings: Cheung Wei, Hu Wei, Jin Wei, Stacker Pentecost
Word Count: ~32 000
Summary/Prompt: In 2015, under Stacker Pentecost’s supervision, the Wei triplets join the Jaeger Ranger Academy. But Jaegers have only been piloted by two, and the triplets - streetfighters battling their own poverty - are desperate to prove themselves even when authority and technology fight them at every turn. Before they can save the world, the triplets have to save themselves.
Notes/Warnings: language, mild violence, headcanon everywhere. much thanks to my beta Tess for holding my hand through this, and to Dalila for being a wonderful artist.
fighting for air
It’s a matter of practicality, at first. Which it should be. It’s the end of the world, ladies and gentlemen – why shouldn’t Stacker Pentecost, now the head of a project that might just collapse on itself at any given moment, worry about practicality first?