bikiniarmorbattledamage:

wulfgnar:

I keep getting this question a lot and this still exists in tutorial books, concept art etc. Please stop doing it.
edit: It’s not about realism, more about common sense over fashion. How can women admire and relate to “strong female roles” when sexiness is valued over everything.

Every time we share a parody tutorial like this, part of me worries that it will be mistake for real advice due to the general state of media that includes female armor.
-wincenworks

bikiniarmorbattledamage:

wulfgnar:

I keep getting this question a lot and this still exists in tutorial books, concept art etc. Please stop doing it.

edit: It’s not about realism, more about common sense over fashion. How can women admire and relate to “strong female roles” when sexiness is valued over everything.

Every time we share a parody tutorial like this, part of me worries that it will be mistake for real advice due to the general state of media that includes female armor.

-wincenworks

hoganhere:

John (aka Don) Kenn’s Post-It Note Monsters. Big scary things on little yellow pieces of paper.
http://johnkenn.bigcartel.com/

hoganhere:

John (aka Don) Kenn’s Post-It Note Monsters. Big scary things on little yellow pieces of paper.

http://johnkenn.bigcartel.com/

Some writers need a while to charge their batteries, and then write their books very rapidly. Some writers write a page or so every day, rain or shine. Some writers run out of steam, and need to do whatever it is they happen to do until they’re ready to write again. — Neil Gaiman (Entitlement issues)

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huffingtonpost:

Jon Stewart’s Priceless Response To Fox News On Ferguson

Jon Stewart is back from vacation, and he’s not wasting any time going after one of his favorite targets: Fox News.

Watch his the full brilliant 10  minute monologue on racism and Ferguson  here. 

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sorayachemaly:

NOT A JOKE: Photos from Personhood for Women

Also, check out National Advocates for Pregnant Women, org that stands up for the rights of women (often the ones with the least means) who have no way of  debunks bad science and challenges religious lunatics in courts. 

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Lisa’s role on The Simpsons is a natural fit for episodes where the writers want to ground the show in emotional reality. For some, that makes her something of a killjoy, a too-rational counterpoint to Springfield’s broader comic insanity. And in 25 years, she, like every other member of the family, has certainly seen those qualities exaggerated in unflattering ways. But there’s a reason why Lisa is at the center of some of the show’s most affecting episodes (especially with Yeardley Smith as her voice)—of all the myriad residents of Springfield, Lisa is the most alone.
 
Sure, her family loves her—in their way—but her intelligence sets her apart, even as the little girl in her wants nothing more than to be one of the crowd. Lisa appeals to every viewer who looks at the craziness and boorishness of a loud, dumb world and longs to both transcend it and be embraced by it. And since Springfield is our world, only exponentially crazier and more boorish, Lisa’s isolation is even more profound
The Simpsons: “Summer Of 4 Ft. 2” · TV Club · The A.V. Club (via wilwheaton)

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taracynara:

doctordonna10:

qthewetsprocket:

dixie-chicken:

but guys, you realize Morgan Freeman had to read those lines

…without laughing.

LOOK AT THE GUY HOLDING THE MICROPHONE

This post doesn’t show up on my dash enough.

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