"I know. Step on the fucking pallet." (x)
"I can't abandon the place where I raised my family. It's my home!"
let's just all stop & appreciate Jude's facial expressions.
some drag queens are a much better influence in young girls than some teen queen pop stars out there.
I WANT TO COSPLAY REALLY BADASS/SCARY CHARECTERS BUT I AM BARELY FIVE FEET TALL AND LOOK LIKE A CHILD - An angry novel by me
I want to cosplay really cute small characters but I’m really tall and look like I’m in my twenties
The sequel written by me
I only want to cosplay male characters with broad shoulders, but i have crazy girly curves.
I want to cosplay but I am broke and live with my mom - the epilogue
have you ever known somebody so shitty they completely ruin that first name for you?
it’s interesting but also terrifying to see the ways that capitalism has shaped our language and how we talk about bodies. can you be useful? can you be a productive member of society? can you work? can you make money? that is all this comes back to. so much ableist and fat phobic rhetoric is, at its core, does your body enable you to produce capital. if not, then you are useless and don’t deserve humanity.
when steve rogers sleeps for 70 years he’s hailed “a hero” and “an icon” but when i take a five hour nap my mom says i’m “lazy” and “need to find better ways to spend my time” such bullshit