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Bruno Coulais
Aisling Song

arythusa:

its-tuesday-again:

You must go where I cannot,    You must go where I cannot, 
Pangur Ban Pangur Ban,          Pangur Ban Pangur Ban
Nil sa saol seo ach ceo,            There is nothing in this life but mist,
Is ni bheimid beo,                      And we are not alive,
ach seal beag gearr.                 but for a little short spell.

Wow that translation made it 100% even more better

(clearly I’m having a ‘memento mori’ kind of week/month/life)

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cigar-blues:

I’ve wanted to do a proper fanart for Slayers for a really long time and finally got around to it. Fitting the four main characters into some setting was hard so I put them lost in a forest. Xellos and Naga are there too since the series wouldn’t be the same without ‘em.

cigar-blues:

I’ve wanted to do a proper fanart for Slayers for a really long time and finally got around to it. Fitting the four main characters into some setting was hard so I put them lost in a forest. Xellos and Naga are there too since the series wouldn’t be the same without ‘em.

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typette:

adriofthedead:

emptymouse:

saccharinescorpion:

home-of-amazons:

marjchaos:

taelenne:

the-queerdo-brigade:

I know this comic isn’t even supposed to be ironic or anything but I can’t stop sad-laughing, because this illustrates perfectly so much that is wrong with ‘color-blindness’ and ‘gender-blindness’ and elitist pansexuality with the pansexuals/everyone else division
You’re literally stripping people of their identities, things they live with, things that help make them who they are, in order to homogenize them. You’re not ‘seeing past’ anything. You’re covering it up, ignoring it, erasing it. Whoever told you that ‘seeing past’ any part of a person was a good idea anyway??
Aside from the fact that the second picture is literally NOT what you see in any way whatsoever, given that, y’know, people have eyes and arms and aren’t gray blobs and junk, the way you imagine the world looking is HELLA FUCKING BORING!! Seriously, given the choice between seeing the world as diverse and vibrant and full of all kinds of people, and seeing the world like Night of the Faceless Heart-Eating Blob People, why would you ever even pretend to live in the latter???

they definitely see height though??

Judge people on height alone!

Seems that people who “don’t see” colour/race/gender think it’s difficult to treat other human beings as equals if visible differences exist among them.

lmao it’s the same blog that posted the “Crazy Pansexual Girlfriend” comic why am i not surprised

Yeah you’re a sick fuck for saying you see everyone as equals and implying you treat them the same, and you should be ashamed of yourself.
wait what.

No, that’s… really not what they’re saying at all.
The problem I have with egalitarian, “I don’t see color!” people is that most willfully choose to ignore the differences and experiences of other (read: non-white) people to make them “equal” because it’s more convenient and less uncomfortable for them than actually recognizing that racism and race-based oppression exists and is continually perpetuated. (They’re usually the same kinds of people to insist we live in a post-racial society when we, uh, really, really don’t.)
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to see other people as equals, but there’s EVERYTHING wrong with completely erasing other people’s identities, cultures, and experiences in order to do it.

I feel sad, because the whole “omg I’m colourblind, everybody is the exact same” shit that was taught to little kids in the 90s that they took literally has grown up into this “if you deviate from this. you’re the problem because that was your choice” shit that dominates a lot of the internetI think lots of these people just need to hear, “everyone IS different, nobody is the same. That’s awesome, though, and it IS possible to treat people with equal respect nomatter how different they are” which I felt was glossed over for the more literal and short “colourblind” thing.instead of having kids learn “everyone is the same so you should treat them like they’re all white, like you! and everything else around you!” you should’ve been learning “everybody is different! learn about those differences! it’s easy to respect people despite how different from you they are!”I still see people defend the colourblind shit with tooth and nail, though, impossible to convince otherwise because they think anything else is racist. :P

typette:

adriofthedead:

emptymouse:

saccharinescorpion:

home-of-amazons:

marjchaos:

taelenne:

the-queerdo-brigade:

I know this comic isn’t even supposed to be ironic or anything but I can’t stop sad-laughing, because this illustrates perfectly so much that is wrong with ‘color-blindness’ and ‘gender-blindness’ and elitist pansexuality with the pansexuals/everyone else division

You’re literally stripping people of their identities, things they live with, things that help make them who they are, in order to homogenize them. You’re not ‘seeing past’ anything. You’re covering it up, ignoring it, erasing it. Whoever told you that ‘seeing past’ any part of a person was a good idea anyway??

Aside from the fact that the second picture is literally NOT what you see in any way whatsoever, given that, y’know, people have eyes and arms and aren’t gray blobs and junk, the way you imagine the world looking is HELLA FUCKING BORING!! Seriously, given the choice between seeing the world as diverse and vibrant and full of all kinds of people, and seeing the world like Night of the Faceless Heart-Eating Blob People, why would you ever even pretend to live in the latter???

they definitely see height though
??

Judge people on height alone!

Seems that people who “don’t see” colour/race/gender think it’s difficult to treat other human beings as equals if visible differences exist among them.

lmao it’s the same blog that posted the “Crazy Pansexual Girlfriend” comic why am i not surprised

Yeah you’re a sick fuck for saying you see everyone as equals and implying you treat them the same, and you should be ashamed of yourself.

wait what.

No, that’s… really not what they’re saying at all.

The problem I have with egalitarian, “I don’t see color!” people is that most willfully choose to ignore the differences and experiences of other (read: non-white) people to make them “equal” because it’s more convenient and less uncomfortable for them than actually recognizing that racism and race-based oppression exists and is continually perpetuated. (They’re usually the same kinds of people to insist we live in a post-racial society when we, uh, really, really don’t.)

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to see other people as equals, but there’s EVERYTHING wrong with completely erasing other people’s identities, cultures, and experiences in order to do it.

I feel sad, because the whole “omg I’m colourblind, everybody is the exact same” shit that was taught to little kids in the 90s that they took literally has grown up into this “if you deviate from this. you’re the problem because that was your choice” shit that dominates a lot of the internet

I think lots of these people just need to hear, “everyone IS different, nobody is the same. That’s awesome, though, and it IS possible to treat people with equal respect nomatter how different they are” which I felt was glossed over for the more literal and short “colourblind” thing.

instead of having kids learn “everyone is the same so you should treat them like they’re all white, like you! and everything else around you!” you should’ve been learning “everybody is different! learn about those differences! it’s easy to respect people despite how different from you they are!”

I still see people defend the colourblind shit with tooth and nail, though, impossible to convince otherwise because they think anything else is racist. :P

(Source: comicsandqueers)

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