mayakern:

cute underwear is the best cure all for low self esteem

Post b y the original artist!  Please check out her work.  http://mayakern.com/

watershiphobbits:

If you are a man who thinks it’s funny to make misogynist jokes purely to make your female friends uncomfortable/angry, then you are a misogynist.  It is not “just a joke.”  You literally are finding humor in the discomfort and dehumanization of women.  You are not helping, you are not making satire.  You are just being misogynist.

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iamthedavrezi:

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On friday, I went to school in my Grell cosplay. On friday, I wanted to celebrate a fun day with some friends I met at a convention who are attempting to put on a nearly impossible show. On friday, I went to school expecting a few strange looks, confused questions, rude comments, and maybe even a few laughs.

What I didn’t expect was that I would be attacked by someone that I had never even seen before.

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autumnsappetite:

As I’ve said before, even when I was 250+ pounds, I’ve always been the girl with excessive amounts of confidence and an I-don’t-care-what-you-think attitude. I was going to use an old bikini to take “during” pictures in, but ended up going in a different direction with them. This is me today, I weighed in on the scales this morning at 179 pounds. I rocked all of those bikinis, plus the gobs of others still in my dresser, at 250-some odd pounds. And I didn’t give a fuuuu. AT ALL. As I was standing there looking at myself in the mirror trying these on, I thought, “Holy. COW. I had some BALLS. Super unhealthy balls, but huge balls nonetheless.” I hadn’t given a thought in the world as to what someone may have thought about me. As I’ve lost weight, gotten healthier, and changed my lifestyle that mindset has changed a little. I’m a bit more sensitive about my body and appearance since I do put so much work into my health (and also obviously my body’s appearance) that it sometimes offends me when i hear negativity. ANYWAY, the moral of this post:As long as you’re comfortable with your body, WEAR WHATEVER YOU WANT! Try to put less value into other’s opinions. Because at the end of the day, truly, the only one whose opinion matters of you is YOU. Love yourself, love your body, treat it well. <3

autumnsappetite:

As I’ve said before, even when I was 250+ pounds, I’ve always been the girl with excessive amounts of confidence and an I-don’t-care-what-you-think attitude. I was going to use an old bikini to take “during” pictures in, but ended up going in a different direction with them. This is me today, I weighed in on the scales this morning at 179 pounds. I rocked all of those bikinis, plus the gobs of others still in my dresser, at 250-some odd pounds. And I didn’t give a fuuuu. AT ALL. As I was standing there looking at myself in the mirror trying these on, I thought, “Holy. COW. I had some BALLS. Super unhealthy balls, but huge balls nonetheless.” I hadn’t given a thought in the world as to what someone may have thought about me. As I’ve lost weight, gotten healthier, and changed my lifestyle that mindset has changed a little. I’m a bit more sensitive about my body and appearance since I do put so much work into my health (and also obviously my body’s appearance) that it sometimes offends me when i hear negativity.
ANYWAY, the moral of this post:
As long as you’re comfortable with your body, WEAR WHATEVER YOU WANT! Try to put less value into other’s opinions. Because at the end of the day, truly, the only one whose opinion matters of you is YOU. Love yourself, love your body, treat it well. <3

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mikemaihack:

A young Medusa in the morning.

mikemaihack:

A young Medusa in the morning.

nebularva:

colored the ponies from last night real quick!

i really love my pony headcanons :^) [the less bronies like them, the better! hah]

cautiously compare them to my old rendition

enjoy hehe

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morganagod said: Hello there. I made an image of Suzie McBride, and I was really happy with how it turned out. I was thinking of submitting it to an illustrator's annual, but for pieces like that they need the express permission of the copyright holder. So I wanted to check with you and ask for your permission. May I submit my Suzie McBride picture?

Please do! =)  I saw the pic and really liked it.  Thanks much for asking.  Please include information regarding my comic’s name and website.

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You gals n’ guys! We’re getting SO close to the first milestone! That’s how awesome all of you are! Every little bit of help means so much and takes the anxiety out of month to month bills for my family and I. As little as $1 a month from folks who enjoy my comic and who want to see it keep going spread out over my whole readership could even get me to be able to to more conventions, hopefully some near you! =D Do what you can comfortably, and if $1 a month is not in your budget, remember that Wapsi Square’s archive and new comics will always be free! You will never have to pay to see my comic! =D

Starting today, Patreon accepts Paypal for their funding options!  Please help out with what you can, even $1 a month makes a big difference!  We&#8217;re half way to the first Milestone Goals!
Support Paul Taylor creating Online Graphic Novel (webcomic)

Starting today, Patreon accepts Paypal for their funding options!  Please help out with what you can, even $1 a month makes a big difference!  We’re half way to the first Milestone Goals!

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