angle shot. its done! 🎃🎃🎃
autistic lives are not only worth living if they include a “mysterious talent”. autistic people who aren’t thought of as savants lead just as fulfilled and fulfilling lives as those who are, and being able to be a Productive Member Of Society in the way that allistic people want does not determine any of our value.
i can’t believe i had to read this with my own two eyes
*donates to shelter for homeless teen republicans*
For your viewing pleasure: a squirrel trying to bury an acorn in a dog.
Help! I’m in ampersand-type thing! I ran over something hashtag and now my tire is b. I need a note for the phone. Do I need to mysterious emoticon any of that?
(Source: blowthe-c-a-n-d-l-e-s-out, via ecchers)
abakkus replied to your post:I watched the Urbance official trailer and it looks cool as hell. Don’t let tumblr ruin this for you and the plot of the story sounds really great. keep your head up high okaytbh i dont totally understand the sudden hate? like we have p much the same plot info we did when they talked about it before the kickstarter, so what changed??
Who knows? Maybe people didn’t look at the same website that is there now that was there when the trailer was first floating around? Because to my knowledge nothing more has come out that wasn’t available a year or so ago when Urbance first popped up. Or maybe Tumblr is even more hypercritical than they used to be about anything that doesn’t fit their perfect mold of “all-inclusive/representative.”
I do not mean to sound glib about the issue of gender and sexual orientation representation in media. But as an African-American who is excited to see an animated series that explores themes of African American culture that isn’t Boondocks or Black Jesus, I’m really irritated that people are skewing Urbance’s yet to be revealed storylines and characters.
I think Tumblr is more hypercritical these days. Back in the day everyone thought Urbance looked like the hottest animation project to be announced in years. But increasingly the view that art is made by critics rather than by artists has become the norm on this site.
reblog if you have grown up with an alcoholic parent, just to show we aren’t alone.
You are not alone!
Interesting how few notes this has. We don’t talk about it very much, do we.