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NUMBER ONE REASON WHY YOU SHOULD LOVE DAEHYUN
nidotortle said:tips on drawing from different perspectives or trying to draw specific poses? I need help pls ;-;
when it comes to specific poses I try to first draw the most basic shapes and movement lines and then gradually go into more and more details, like so:
if you have difficulties with perspective, try drawing a perspective grid first:
it’s nothing different than tips from other artists, but I hope it helped a little ;u;
Wrong, wrong, and wrong. Literally. If I got a dollar for every person who thought this because they couldn’t be assed to do their research, I’d be a happy girl indeed.
Lolita is a book written by Vladimir Nabokov about a girl named Dolores Haze, but her nickname is Lolita. The protagonist of Lolita falls in love with Dolores despite him being 42 and her being 12. He is a pedophile who abuses, rapes and takes sexual advantage of her after becoming her stepfather.
Lolita FASHION is something else entirely. Lolita FASHION is a fashion trend that started in Harajuku, inspired by victorian fashion, victorian dolls, sailor dresses and femininity, and most of all, self-expression. It has NOTHING to do with the book by the same name. The only thing they share is their name. Lolita FASHION has nothing to do with sex, because it’s just that; A FASHION.
Lolita is a term misguided and misinformed people (such as yourself) use about attractive girls when, in truth, it stems from a book about a pedophile rapist.
Do your research before you try to start a discussion on something you have no clue about. There is absolutely no reason for you to be this much of an arrogant know-it-all when you haven’t even done the research to back up your arguments. Don’t be overconfident before you’re 100% certain that you’re right.
Can I just add a thing here
When my mum heard about / discovered that this weird fashion I started trying to wear at 16 was called “lolita,” she had a miniature heart attack. She thought I didn’t understand that that word was used in the wrong context often. She thought that the fashion was intended to be sexual and that I was too naive to understand that, and that I just took it to be a cute fashion. Here’s the thing tho: it IS just a cute fashion. And after explaining this, she was then worried that other gross people would sexualise me against my will or target me and therefore I shouldn’t be wearing it.
Wrong. It is other people’s fault for sexualising me, not mine. It is never my fault, if I am sexualised against my will. It is never anybody’s fault.
Especially when, personally, I liked the idea of lolita because it was so darn sweet and elegant, and in my opinion, so not-sexually-charged in a world that shoved sex in my face every day. It was a breath of fresh air. I’ve had more sexual connotations associated with me when I was fucking 12 and wore a tank top and shorts to grade 7 orientation on a hot summers day and everyone who didn’t know my name called me ~the girl with the boobs~ for two years straight. Like ????
And then we fast forward to when I met my dad’s partner and she heard about lolita and had a minature heart attack because, in juxtaposition to my mum, it was so adorable, she couldn’t believe it. In her native culture, Lolita was a nickname for Dolores and had little-to-no sexual connotations with it. She even, if my memory serves me right, mentioned that lolita or dolly was just something you called sweet young girls. So the word was really fitting and it was all just so sweet and cute. She even pronounces it with a Spanish accent despite having an Australian accent because that’s what you do with totally native words.
So I’m emphasising a cultural difference here.
And here’s my thing, here’s a bit of TL;DR:
Have pedophiles and misogynist pigs who sexualise young girls seriously infiltrated every aspect of our society that it is somehow more fucking plausible that girls who want to dress in cute and feminine fashion are doing so because they want to be sexualised? Or that they should expect to be sexualised? Is that what people are saying now? That girls cannot take charge over their lives and their aesthetic for one god damned second before being, yet again, sexualised in every aspect of their being?
I don’t want to use ‘you’re damned if you do, and damned if you don’t’ but hey, that’s all I can muster up right now because I feel like I’m on a different fricking planet.
And, as a not-so-subtle side note, if you don’t think mainstream porn and it’s culture has something to do with this, you are dead wrong.
Amazing new concept: If girls want to be sexual, they can be sexual. If they don’t, they don’t. Either fucking way it is impossible to win when mainstream society oversexualises young girls and their fashion in an ~adult way~ and if you somehow take a different path you’re fetishised as an ~innocent sex nymph doll~ like where the fuck do we draw the line?
I will tell you where we draw the god damned line: where ever the fuck the girl in question draws her own m o t h er fricking line.
I don’t get these posts that go like “part of me wants to be a hot girl at the bar and the other part of me wants to read and sip tea in a bookstore”
like you can wear red lipstick and a leather jacket and sip tea and dance in the rain and go to the gym and curl up in bed and get turnt the fuck up and go to church
you can literally have it all sis
the world is yours
This is the most inspiring thing I have ever read
bless them for letting baby girl keep her heritage
I peep them braids and that dress
I was just thinking this. She actually takes the children back to visit their family in their home country and they study about their own cultures. She isn’t one of those white people trying to assimilate her non-white children.
Seizure First Aid.
Learn it. Share it. Know it. Use it.
100% correct medical information on tumblr for once; also consider calling 911 if you don’t know how often the person has seizures and ESPECIALLY if the seizure has lasted 5 minutes or more (which is why the watch is critical)
I wish I would have seen this a couple of days ago because a gentleman had a seizure in my store yesterday and only a couple of people knew how to respond. This is good information to know.
i’ve tried to compile some of these longer masterposts into just the really useful stuff, and i’ve added a lot more that isn’t already circulating ~ hope you enjoy uwu
get to know your character fill in sheet
writing board - plan family trees, timelines etc with pictures and videos
writing specific character types
the psychology of colour
creative writing prompts
26 stages of death
how to write a kiss7 steps to the perfect story
words that don’t exist in english
relationship words that can’t translate into english
wheel of emotions
tip of my tongue - word finder
fictional people and place names generator
fantasy world map generator
wonderful writing resources masterlist
the ULTIMATE writing masterpost
mary sue litmus test
create smart powerpoints in a different format
how to structure an essay
how to take an effective study break
self control - ban yourself from certain sites while studying
check through writing, grammar and spelling editor
healthy study snacks
microsoft world alternative
solves any maths equation
heaps of studying playlists
look like you’re typing an essay
loads of fonts
more uncommon language sites - including afrikaans, gaelic and greek
20 most common grammatical errors
icing colour reference
25+ hot chocolate recipes
so many cookie recipes
harry potter food
make cookies that look like allsorts sweets
caramel apple nachos
triple chocolate mousse cake
36 homemade popsicle/ice lolly recipes
chocolate mousse in a chocolate cup
dip dyed marshmallows
more microwave mug recipes
avacado face mask - for acne prone skin
strawberry face mask - for acne prone skin
tea for a sore throat
tone your stomach, thighs and butt
get fit - cardio, legs, butt, abs, arms and yoga positions
10 best yoga positions
10 things to do when you’re feeling shitty
good advice from ser loras
a confidence boost from the tenth doctor
self harm recovery masterpost
hotlines masterlist - inc. domestic/alcohol/drug abuse, suicide + lgbt
watch an actually funny cat video
what to do when you feel like self harming
click to donate to people who need it
how to help a friend feeling suicidal
worried a friend is self harming?
what to do when your friend is having a panic attack
makeup + hair
easy eyeliner tutorial
spoon eye makeup
what makeup suits you?
eyeliner variations with tutorials
amazing eyeliner ref
eyeliner ref chart #2
eyeliner ref chart #3
diy newspaper nails
zoella’s everyday makeup routine
read stories about nice people
how to survive college/university
packing for college/university
college/uni references masterpost
what to know when you’re getting a new apartment
getting rid of bobbles/pills on clothes
how to tie a bow tie
hiv morning after pill
order free condoms
deleting yourself off the internet
why girl-on-girl hate is wrong and you should celebrate your girl power
a complete guide to kissing
journal inspiration and guide
how to fall asleep fast
building a memory palace - the method of loci
find the source of an image
how to afford to travel
accidentally closed your tab?
play cards against humanity
make an adventure time princess
synaptop - webcam with interactive features
dip dye shoes tutorial
solar system jewellery
how to customize your denim jacket
create your own temporary tattoo
how to dip dye your hair at home
easy ukelele chords
buy a vintage scrabble letter ring
diy globe garland
super cute constellation notebooks
A co-worker closed the door to the staff room behind him.
It locked automatically
and I started planning what I could use as a weapon:
smash the glass beside the fridge into his eye.
pick up the fork next to me and sink it into his leg.
claw him across the face if I couldn’t get to anything in time.
As I calculated how hard it would be to shove his body weight off of me,
he finished making his lunch, said, “Sup,” and left,
the door automatically locking behind him.
I expect if I told him I was prepared to stab him with the corner of my staff ID if I had to,
he would say what I’ve heard too often, the one we all know
but are getting wearily suspicious of:
Not all men are like That.
When I was eleven, all the girls in my class got sent to self-defence
because they assumed we’d need it one day.
When I was twelve, there was a prostitute’s body dumped in the river next to my house
because someone thought she was disposable.
When I was thirteen, it happened again and this time the man went to jail
and people stood outside the courtroom and held up signs that he did the right thing.
When I was fourteen, my friend showed up to a sleepover late, chest heaving from sobbing
and from running four blocks after getting chased by a man that followed her off the bus.
When I was fifteen, my mother accused me of being a Man Hater
and I said, “No, but god, would you blame me if I was?”
I got catcalled and then got laughed at when I flipped them off.
they pulled up beside me and I clutched my bag tighter,
my hand going in for my keys and my mind going over how their noses would look
if I smashed them in with my elbow.
“What’s the big deal,” the guy at the steering wheel asked. “We’re just complimenting you. We’re not like That.”
Sorry, but I’m not going to trust you in case I end up on a poster labelled ‘MISSING.’
Even if you seem like the nicest guy, I’ll still have one hand holding my keys
as the only knife I’m allowed, because I don’t know how far you’re going to take it:
if you won’t back off when I tell you I don’t want to date you
if you’ll shout BITCH at me when I don’t respond well to your catcall
if you’ll expect my body as a reward for treating me like a human being
if you’ll try to take what you think you’re owed by being a man
if you’ll turn me into another statistic that people shudder away from.
I have been trained to assume that it’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing
or face the consequences.
I don’t know if you’ll nod when I reject you
or pump me full of bullets.
Every single woman I’ve talked to has a story where they haven’t felt safe in their own body
because of what a man said or did.
Not all men are like That, but god, it’s enough.
→ 'Welcome to Girlhood: None Of Us Are Safe,' theappleppielifestyle (via tiredestprincess)