Just a thought...Recently on Tumblr, I saw a post that read along the lines of "It bugs me how some people say that R34 can't be considered 'art'". I posed myself the question: are Rule 34 images truly art? Art, in my understanding, is the invocation conveyance of emotions and ideas through various mediums – audio, video, sculpture, painting, etc. Classic artists such as Michelangelo and Rembrandt often showed the human body – females especially – as nude to display the natural anatomical design. Why? Because the human body is beautiful, a piece of art in of itself, and those artists wanted to show that, to show the beauty inherent in our form. Our bodies are wonderfully made, each part working each other so we can walk, talk, and breathe, so mind-boggling complex and yet able to function in perfect harmony. That was their purpose: to display the simple beauty of our complex beings.Just a thought...10 months ago in Personal More Like This
So what's the difference between that and Rule 34?
In some cases there is no di
I need to rant I'm sorry....Yay an angry journalI need to rant I'm sorry....7 months ago in Personal More Like This
This fucking article here pissed me right the fuck off :iconStockingRageplz:
as you guys may or may not know I full on support gay marriage and LGBT stuff in general
and now hearing that these stupid ass people from the Australian Christian Lobby are comparing gay marriage to the stolen generations?!
NO FUCKING HELL NO!!!! >.<
For people who don't know what the stolen generations are
I'll quote what the article said about it "In Australia, the 'stolen generations' were aboriginal children who were forcibly removed from their families to be brought-up under white 'Christian' values, where many were physically and sexually abused." yeah.. it's pretty sad I know I mean when I first heard about the stolen generations back in primary school I remember I felt like crying and thought it was really sad
and now these fuck
Criticism, A GuideIn honor of the now suspended :iconDellyDevil:, i decided to make a guide regarding criticism and how someone should handle it.Criticism, A Guide3 months ago in Personal More Like This
I don't know exactly why, but I have noticed that people these days seem to have tissue paper-thin skin when it comes to feedback. Maybe this is just our "privileged youth", bad parenting and teaching, or just something rotten in the water. I don't know, but it's been getting on my nerves.
First off, allow me to state the following: over the course of your life, you are going to be criticized. There is nothing you can do about this.
Your parents will criticize you for not doing chores. Your teachers will criticize you for not doing your homework. Your boss will criticize you for not working. Your partner will criticize you for not paying attention to their date. Those are pretty basic examples that you're probably going to face sometime in your life.
Let's face it, the only way to escape criticism is to completely cut yourself off from