a reminder to my asexual friends that it’s okay to want to have sex
and also okay to not want to have sex
and also okay to be kinda curious about sex, but feel kind of grossed out abou tit
and a reminder to my aro friends that it’s okay to want to be in some sort of relationship
or to want to avoid anything that resembles romance in any way shape or form
whatever you want, your identity is your own and is valid, and nobody can take it away from you
Anonymous said: PLS just draw simon and kieren. kieren making fun of simon’s sweaters? kieren takes simon to the cave? simon stares at kieren too adoringly? dRAW THEm pleaseAnonymous said: ANYTHING IN THE FLESH PLEASEeyjayyarts said: pls draw kieren and simon kissing im so gay and gross sorry
i had more than a few requests for these two so here’s some dumb undead babies smoochin’ in snowy christmas sweaters because it’s only september but apparently i’m already excited for the holiday season
things i need u to please know right now:
- bad days don’t last forever
- napping is never a crime
- all the cells in ur body are working so hard to keep u healthy and happy and they love u very much
- also dogs, they love u very much
- instant hot chocolate takes 2 minutes to make and requires no culinary expertise please indulge urself
- u are a part of this world
- and a very important part
- don’t doubt that for a single second
I was discussing the topic of sugar skulls used for the Mexican festival Dia De Los Muertos yesterday with a friend on our way to see the book of life, and I used the term “dumb” when describing those who view sugar skulls as cultural appropriation in an incredibly offensive way.
It’s been eating at me quite a bit, even though I was talking with a friend with the same views on the topic as myself, and no one else was present during the conversation. I’ve realized that the people who make these statements about the tradition of sugar skulls in today’s society are not dumb, but misinformed on the topic.
So I had a sort of silly idea I’d like to propose:
Anyone that feels negatively toward the concept of sugar skulls or feel as though it’s offensive, I invite you to come to my ask box with questions and comments and we can talk about it a bit! That goes for anyone! Maybe you have some information I didn’t even know about and we could compare and share information!
Keep in mind I’m not actually of Mexican heritage (or Latin American for that matter because the celebration has traveled there as well), but I am very enthusiastic on the topic and have been since I had first learned about it in an introductory language course in middle school. If you know me, I’m very adamant about proper research when I feel strongly for any topic, so what I know is all through books and articles I’ve found throughout the years on it.
So please, come talk to me! There will be no judgement what so ever, or negativity in general! I just want to share this wonderful holiday with you!!