Turning this into an art Tumblr
Cause yeah. I’m working on art now. And I can XP
Q:Hello there tinkrtailor Thorkitastic here!! forget the other person we have a winner you make the Loki on Top fic and I will make a comic of it, that is if you like my art enough
Awesome! I love your art!
I’ll get started right away and send you a link when I’m done
by suzuki tsuta (!!!!)
(do hi-res for full glory)
:| suzuki tsuta drew Sherlock art. fuck everything you own.
…please tell me I am not feeling attracted to cartoon lions.
First, someone PLEASE do Kovu, because I need to feel validated in my crush on Kovu.
Also, SCAR LOOKS LIKE LOKI
Timon and Pumb = bear and sassy twink. I approve.
Also holy shit, why is Human Timon so attractive.
Abstinence-Only Bill of the Day: With the nation’s attention trained on the media’s breathless coverage of Super Tuesday, Utah’s legislature this evening quietly passed a bill requiring schools to teach abstinence-only sex education, or else skip the classes altogether.
Additionally, both teachers and students would be prohibited from discussing contraception and homosexuality in the classroom.
HB363 passed in the state Senate by a vote of 19 to 10. Utah’s House approved the bill last month.
Senator Stuart Reid (R-Ogden) said the legislation takes sex ed out of the hands of teachers “who we have no idea what their morals are” and turns it over to parents.
But Democrats countered that parents already had control over their children’s sex education, as they were given a choice whether to keep their child enrolled in sex ed classes or pull them out.
Under the new legislation, sex ed classes — if they are offered at all — must teach abstinence only, and parents are required to opt in if they want their child to attend.
“It’s concerning when now we’re trying to dictate morality,” said Sen. Ross Romero (D-SLC). “We’ve been discussing this as if every child has the benefit of two loving and caring parents who are ready to have a conversation about appropriate sexual activity, and I’m here to tell you that’s just not the case.”
The Utah PTA expressed vehement opposition to the bill. “I just can’t believe they did this,” said the association’s president-elect, Liz Zentner. “I think they’re going to have to revisit it in a couple years when the teen pregnancy rates and teen [sexually transmitted disease] rates shoot through the roof.”
It remained unclear if Gov. Gary Herbert would sign the bill into law or veto it. Speaking ahead of a House Education Committee hearing on HB363 last month, Herbert said he felt the existing curriculum “works pretty well,” but also said he personally supports abstinence as a form of pre-marital contraception.
Dark Lord, what now, voldy?
Well nothing has changed
CONSULTING DETECTIVE. WOO. WATCH OUT SHERLY.
Consulting criminal. Boo yah.
consulting criminal…. watch out moriarty…. im coming for your job
I shaved my head
My freshman year of high school. There was no reason behind it except that I wanted to. While I would never do it again, it is still one of my most cherished memories.
For a moment I defied my sexual stereotype, I was no longer my mothers beloved little princess.
I was strong, not always confident, but it made me see the world in a new light.
People at school asked me to take off my hat constantly, they wanted to see how I looked. But they didn’t laugh at me or call me weird. They called me brave.
It wasn’t something normal girls did, it was seen as a girl hiding from the world or as a girl rebelling. I didn’t know how to rebel, on the other hand, I felt trapped. It was later that exact same year that I attempted suicide. I failed happily.
I pushed on, with my school of supporters behind me, my family next to me, and my inspirations in front of me. I let my hair grow, never cutting it, a symbol of the strength and courage. I pushed myself, and I still defy what people expect from me.
Earlier this year I cut my hair. Not because I was feeling trapped again, but because it was time for a new part of my life to begin. In the fall I begin my freshman year at Agnes Scott in Georgia, where I plan to get a degree in theater.
And while I still remember the fear and panic of my freshman year of high school, I will also always remember the people who helped shape me into the confident young woman I am now.
Thank you for reading.