reeeeup portrait of @Hikikogal
here’s my sleepy cat being tired
IT WAS A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT ; a two-and-a-half hour long playlist for the next time you’re just chilling in your gothic mansion on a stormy night.
For the perfect atmosphere in any weather, enjoy in combination with these:
Tracklisting beneath the cut.
this is what my front door looks like when closed. i think i might freeze this winter :|
Royal Teeth / Wild
lol look what i made in college :) i’m paying a few thousand dollars for this :) :)
(jk it was a drawing to music exercise about line from my design class, it just looks funny i thought. like, “:D look mom!” *mom proudly pins it to fridge*)
autumn sadness | for those rainy days in october when you just want to sit down with a cup of tea and watch the drops hit the window panes
tracklist: i. all there is - gregory alan isakov | ii. leaves in the river - sea wolf | iii. i think it’s going to rain today - tom odell | iv. port of call - beirut | v. bloodstream - stateless | vi. in the aeroplane over the sea - neutral milk hotel | vii. sense - tom odell | viii. ulysses - josh garrels | ix. kettering - the antlers | x. no surprises - radiohead
i fucking hate you
Commissioned by the talented artist nymre
She does amazing art and was the one who created this modern Zuko and Katara for me.
PLEASE DO NOT REPOST THIS ART
[W]e live in a sexually liberal society, not a liberated one. A truly liberated society is one where sex is value-neutral and not having sex is just as acceptable as having a lot of it.
The fact that asexuals are considered weird, sick, abnormal, mentally ill, repressed, etc is a bold indicator that we are not living in a sexually liberated society but in a liberalized one.
( The Thinking Asexual, “Women, Passion, and Celibacy | Introduction: Celibacy is Not Hereditary” (via cakewithcaroline) )
Imagine your icon as the protagonist of the last show you watched
buzzfeedlgbt reports on this amazing app:
Speech Pathologist Kathe Perez has been working with trans clients for years. She recalls one patient’s insightful remark: “It’s that when I talk, it really isn’t a reflection of my soul – it isn’t a reflection of who I am.”
Perez has now developed Eva, the first phone app designed to help transgender users change the pitch and tone of their voice to reflect their identity.
Eva (Exceptional Voice App) is an entire suite of voice training mobile app products for both trans men and women. The app guides users through various lessons and breathing exercises.
The app’s website states it will take at least 6 to 12 months to effectively alter one’s voice. This video clip features an example “before and after” segment, having a user sample her “original” and “altered” voice:
As one user of the app put it: “Voice can be a real liability. There are definitely large parts of this country, even this state, where it’s dangerous to be trans. It can be a matter of life or death.”
At just $4.99, this app is a far more affordable option for users than visiting a vocal coach or speech pathologist. What a great resource!