Free icon-raffles are yes? YES! -- CLOSEDCLOSEDMore Like This
THE WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED TOMORROW!
I've gained a lot of new watchers recently, but I haven't really done any give-aways any more since ... more than a year?
I figure now is the time to rectify this by doing a free icon-raffle!
I will be raffling off an icon like this:
The icon can be of any character of yours you want it to be.
You're basically winning a free icon-commission.
How many will I be raffling off?
That depends on how many people enter. For now, I'm raffling off 1 icon.
Should more than 250 people enter, I'll be raffling off a second icon.
And in the unlikely event that 500 people are to enter, I will be raffling off a third icon.RULES
- You have to be a watcher for your entry to be valid. After all, I'm doing this as a thank-you for the support I've received from you guys. <3
- Faving this journal is one entry.
500 Points GiveawayEDIT: I'm SO sorry! I wasn't able to post the winners, because I was one week in Vienna with my school. So ...I'll post the winners now! C:More Like This
The winners will get their points today or tomorrow, I don't have the time to do that now, sorry. :/
Yes, I want to give away my points again, because I don't really need them and I want to make some other deviants happy.
So: I'll give 100 points to 5 deviants, who comment on this journal and fave it.
I actually won't check, if you really faved it, I just want to make sure that other also see this journal!
I'll then reply to your comments with a number. In a week or so I'll use a random number generator and figure out the winner.
Additional, you can make a journal/a poll with a link to my giveaway. If you do so, you'll get another number, so you have more chances to win and more people will see my giveaway. C:
Deadline is next Sunday!
That's all you have to know, I guess! You don't have to watch me
125 Points Giveaway! WINNERSorry for being late, but I was too tired yesterday to post the result of my giveaway, soo ... I'll tell you the winner today. 8DMore Like This
THE WINNER IS ...
Gosh, I became member of deviantART exactly 1 year ago, but actually I'm way longer here. Before that one year, I had another account here, but I started to hate my crappy pictures I uploaded there, so I moved to Suona-Chan. This account doesn't attract as much attention as my other one, but I don't care about that. I nearly have 100 watchers with nearly 4000 pageviews, thank you for that guys! I love you so much, thank you for commenting on my pictures and faving them! That means a lot to me. I don't know what I'd do without you.
I have exactly 125 points at the moment, but I don't really need them, so I'll give them to one lucky deviant. I want to share some love, so I hope that there'll be many participations.
What do you have to do?
Just fave this journal and that's all! You don't have to b
BiphobiaOnce I met someone for the first time and they thought I was a lesbian.More Like This
I thought I'd tell a lesbian coworker about it
and come out to her in the process,
since she'll probably understand how I feel a bit.
But "Huh" she says, and to my dismay,
looks me up and down and says
"you don't look gay."
Oh, you're one of those, I think,
That's just fucking great.
Because I don't fit some stereotype
It's inconceivable that I could be anything other than straight.
It's funny, I continue, because I'm actually bi,
and this is where things takes a turn for the worse
because of ignorance? hatred? resentment perhaps?
I still don't understand why.
She frowns, and says "well that's just wrong"
A straight male coworker agrees.
My heart sinks and as she continues,
I do my best to stay strong.
"It's just greedy," she tells me, "and any truly gay woman will say the same."
Nooooooooo! I thought you'd be supportive!
The fact that you think like this is such a shame.
There'll be plenty of gay and straight peop