13 Myths and Misconceptions About TranswomenJust wanted to share this amazing article with you all. ^_^More Like This
Part 1 - http://skepchick.org/2012/01/13-myths-and-misconceptions-about-trans-women-part-one/
Part 2 - http://queereka.com/2012/01/02/13-myths-and-misconceptions-about-trans-women-part-two/
Engagment Announcement and Thanks!Firstly Kawa Kon was freaking awesome. Best con I have been to so far! Our costumes were soooooo well percieved! I have to say THANK you to everyone that took our pictures and that fangirled over me my FIANCE and our best friend :iconlindseyghost:!More Like This
As well I have been getting TONS of favorites...and watches lately 0_0 Thnak you all very much for so much love! <3
THATTTT is the second thing to mention! IM ENGAGED! dshbidfsnvodsmvdsjvigfnds XD XD XD XD XD XD Mason proposed on Saturday of the convention! It was soooo sweet and nerve wracking and adorkable, jsut GAH I HAVE to tell you all the story!
Well as you all know me and Mason met at Kawa Kon 2009, it was a very breif meeting and we got closer about a month after at a cosplay hangout at the mall that we both went to and I organized. Anyways after a month after the mall cosplay we started dating on April 15th. Now I know others know that we
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Chapter Three: The Cat's Fancy Little House
Getting closer to the little farmhouse had taken a while, but now that he was here, Rabbit saw how badly neglected it was. First off, everything was overgrown, climbing up the side of the house, uprooting part of the foundation, or even breaking through the walls. All the windows were be broken or missing entirely, and there was a huge gaping hole in the roof, though that seemed to be more recent damage.
Rabbit walked up to the sagging porch, "H-H-Hello? Any-y-y-yone there?" He slowly walked up the rotten steps, making sure they could support his weight. Crossing the dark porch, he noticed the house didn't have a front door, a small twinge coursed through him as he was reminded of home.
As his eyes adjusted to lack of light, he saw that the inside was much better then the outside. The ground was covered in grass and the walls looked freshly painted, colorful murals depicting various hero's adventures. Even where trees had broken in through th
Buns in the OvenBuns in the OvenMore Like This
"That is not true, you are a liar!" Hatchworth could be heard yelling from the kitchen, "Just taste mine, it is better!"
Rabbit stops by the doorway and peers in. Hatchworth was arguing with the toaster oven and was trying to shove a freshly pressed panini in it.
Tick tick tick.
"U-Uh, Hatchy? Whatcha doin'?" Rabbit takes a few steps into the kitchen and looks over his shoulder at the offending appliance, his eyes going wide for a moment. "Hey th-there, pretty lady." He gives her a wink.
"No, Rabbit, you can not. We are in the middle of a disagreement." Hatchworth steps between Rabbit and the oven, blocking his view of her.
"Well, uh, I could h-help." Rabbit comments offhandedly, trying to move Hatchworth over.
He stands strong, "Would you be fair?"
"Cross your boiler, hope to permanently-shut-down?"
Rabbit eyes him suspiciously, "Okay."
Tick tick tick.
"Then you will have to judge who is better." Hatchworth shoves the hot sandwich into
Thousand YearsHe feels a hitch in his systems when he sees her for the first time, if he had a heart, it would've skipped a beat. The way she moves and talks entrances him.More Like This
Her name is Brianna. He watches with interest as she moves about the room, introducing herself to each family member in turn, before turning to the silver automaton with a light smile, extending a hand.
"Hello." Her melodious voice chimes softly. "I'm Walter Girl B, but you can call me Brianna, if you like."
He takes her hand gently, "Hello, Miss Brianna. I'm The Spine, welcome to the Walter Manor."
She flashes him a smile before moving on to continue her introductions.
He feels a warm in his boiler that's unfamiliar to him, something unrelated to his systems. Strange, he thinks to himself, I'll have to have that checked out later.
It was months before Peter understood what was happening. "You like her don't you?"
The Spine looks at him with confusion. "Like who
ClaustorphobiaPeter VI had always been a curious child, it seemed like he was always running, always active, always exploring somewhere new.More Like This
It wasn't until he was 10 years old he got up the courage to explore the basement. All of the bots had warned him at one point or another not to go down there, that it was dangerous. Up until today, he had listened to them, and stayed away, but with the bots gone, and no one around to tell him otherwise, there was nothing to stop him.
He grabs a flashlight from a drawer in the kitchen. He knew the bots would be home before too long, but that didn't stop him from going down into the basement. He turns on the flashlight, and holds it out in front of him like a weapon as he carefully descends the stairs, shining the beam of light on everything. Even with the darkness it didn't seem so scary, and he wonders why the bots had told him not to come down here. Boxes of Crystal Pepsi, both empty and full, litter the floor, tripping him on occasion.
Peter looks around for
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"Spine. This isn't the right way." Hatchworth grumbled over the seat.
"turn right ahead." The GPS announced.
"Not now Hatchworth. The GPS knows where its going." Spine smiled wide, very rarely getting the chance to take the wheel.
"But Spine. She's lying to us."
"Nonesense. Its function is to give us directions."
"But Spine you don't understand."
"continue going straight ahead."
"Hatchworth you worry too much. Everything is fine see-" Spine slammed on the breaks and stared out at
the cliff in front of them. Confused he looked down at the GPS that had lead them severly off course.
"It just... needs to recalcuate." Spine tried to adjust the screen.
"I've been trying to tell you. She's still mad about the breakup." Hatchworth growled, plopping back in his seat.
"What breakup?" Spine raised an eyebrow, then suddenly realizing he turned to Rabbit. "What did you do?"
"Wh-what me? Nothing. I did nothing." Rabbit huffed, crossing his arms. "She came on to me."
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Rabbit arent you supposed to be building a campire? Spine asked with a raised eyebrow, carrying a small basket of fish he and Micheal had caught during the day.
I did but Steve put it out. Something about, being a danger to society or something. Rabbit made quotation marks with his fingers. I have been taken off campfire duty.
And what are you supposed to be doing now?
Yea like keeping an eye out for bears. Like big ones. Like that one! He pointed as a giant black bear was pushing the Bands van over. Steve and Micheal screaming inside. Just like that one
Rabbit? Spine called out through the store. How did he get lost? Rabbit!? He walked past a circle rack of clothes. Something wrapped around his ankle, tripping him. Spine got on his knees and looked back to see R
Spine scares a kidSpine walks frustratedly along the path in the park. He had been sure that getting out of the house would be a way to alleviate the stress that Rabbit had been placing him under, but Rabbit’s insistence in coming along had rendered any possibility of peace impossible. With his fedora tipped low over his bright green eyes and steam venting frustratedly from his cheeks, he tries to ignore his older brother’s presence.More Like This
Rabbit had taken to throwing a ball at his back intermittently as they walked in an attempt to get him to ‘lighten up’. On the contrary Spine was becoming angrier and angrier with each ‘thump’ of the rubber slamming into his back. At a certain point he becomes too angry, and as the ball hits his back again, he turns, catching it as it still hangs in the air, and crushing it between his titanium hands with ease. The deflated rubber falls to the ground as Rabbit stares with wide eyes, and jaw dropped, hands hanging limply at his sides