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snazzapplesweet:

weh

Had already seen this a while ago. No idea why, but tonight seemed suitable for reblogging this. 

I’ve certainly felt this way now and then. For both characters. 

ANONYMOUSLY MAKE ME BLUSH

bechnokid:

vertex-the-pony:

balladoftarby:

dnotive:

Go ahead. Do your worst.

this is either gonna be a terrible decision on my part or nothing’s gonna happen haha

I’ll only post the successful ones.

^^^^^

sleepysatyr:

hello hi i made the anti choice five nights at freddys post. it currently has over five THOUSAND notes. I was wrong about the desolate hope. here’s a link with a statement from the creator

i never saw this article, but if i knew the post would have gotten this many notes, i…

Actually, I reblogged that one post with comments that already had that particular link. So in my case, at least, I stand by what I already wrote, as it’s the exact same context. 

Fire and Dragon

Fire: What’s something you’re more passionate about than you care to admit?

Hmm, I make no secret about several hobbies that are normally considered embarrassing so… Probably my fondness for a lot of cheesy songs. 80’s rock in particular. 

Dragon: Are there any “urban legends” from where you live? What are they?

Yeah. One such: in Mexico City it is said that the last wagon of the subway is a popular meeting point for gays, and there’s legends about orgies being held there. So pervasive that for a while they wanted to close that particular wagon at night. In truth, it’s just the one line (that leads to Zona Rosa, more  or less the local gay zone), and the only difference is that you might see more same-sex couples making out. The reputation it has is grossly exaggerated, basically. 

Send a Pokemon type!
Fire: What's something that you're more passionate about than you'd care to admit?
Dragon: Are there any "urban legends" from where you live? What are they?
Dark: Tell us about a time you had to face up to a fear.
Ghost: When is the last time you were so surprised, you gasped?
Grass: Where do you feel you belong the most?
Poison: Name something you enjoy, but that no one else seems to.
Bug: What has changed about you in the past 5 years? What has not?
Normal: What are three of your favorite things in your everyday life?
Fairy: Tell us a story. Any story.
Water: What do you do when you feel you need to be healed?
Ice: If you were to stop time to enjoy an activity, what would that thing be?
Flying: Tell us about a moment when you gained perspective in life.
Psychic: Who truly understands you?
Electric: What do you think gets you out of bed in the morning?
Rock: Name three things your life revolves around most.
Ground: Who helps you stay on the "right path"?
Steel: Name an opinion/practice you are adamant about, something you will not change.
Fighting: What is something you desperately want to change?
M.O.R.E.N.A.T.S.U

(Let’s pray nobody turns these things into an actual acrostic…)

M. Mangoes.

O. Ocean.

R. Rock music, still!

E. Enzy, still!

N. Nature (as broad as this is)

A. Animation, still!

T. Triumph (as abstract as this is)

S. Sex (well, duh)

U. Underwear; in a comfy way, I mean. 

ballisticducks:

sleepysatyr:

hey, just an fyi, the creator of five nights at freddy’s is extremely anti choice and even made a pro life video game called The Desolate Hope that’s also on steam.

if you want to play five nights, please torrent it. don’t give him any money.

Links to prove it 

http://thanksforexisting.wordpress.com/2012/05/04/the-desolate-hope-by-scott-cawthon/

(Look in the comments)

http://hopeanimation.com/news/more-games-by-scott-cawthon/

(The synopsis) 

Explains a lot, doesn’t it? 

But what I *really* want to know is what those people praising him for his “wonderful messages” make of this game. Assuming they aren’t covering their ears while singing “Lalala”, of course. 

B, E, A, R

Heh, lovely. 

B. Bara manga. 

E. Enzy, of course!!

A. Animation.

R. Rock music. 

night-people:

xharries:

Put a letter from A-Z in my ask and I’ll tell you 1 thing I love which starts with that letter.

THIS IS CUTE PLEASE

Can someone educate me on why a work is terrible because it's "heteronormative"? If the work is specifically saying that being anything but hetero is bad, that's one thing. But if a work simply doesn't have non-hetero characters it doesn't mean it's expressing contempt. Maybe the writers just had ideas in mind and didn't go out of their way to put non-hetero couples in it.
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askmgc:

If the creators actually considered queer and/or trans characters they would’ve put them in there. Anything that doesn’t go out of its way to show non-hetero couples is heteronormative. People can headcanon but if everything s boy likes girl and girl likes boy, that is bad. And if you’re queer and/or trans, well, there is a lot of heteronormativity out there, and it’s exhausting, so I completely understand thinking a work is terrible for being aggressively heteronormative. 

Let’s put it this way… when it comes to any oppression, a piece of work does not have to be outwardly hateful to a group to be hurtful to it.

In any case, I feel like there are definitely better resources than our ask box for something like this, especially since it’s not like we’re personally responsible for/agree with all confessions posted.

- Ayu

Nevertheless, food for thought.