disco bear loves his bff and he dont care who knows it
colored lines are not my cup of tea :::/
the idea for this came from the fact that those two are a couple and their fursonas consist of a doge and a gross cat and this is sort of similar to Sego and Doggy
So I made this drawing where the doges decide to have some fun and swap cats for a bit.
Every time I pick on taberisms my follower count skyrockets and I get flooded with supportive messages, many of them people who used to like him, follow him only for laughs or still pretend to tolerate him out of what they describe as fear.
I dunno what the fuck anyone would have to fear from an inept brony who’s only genuinely liked by more inept bronies.
Dude thinks he’s “got” me by reblogging stuff I’m proud of anyway, especially the fact that I so quickly changed my mind on his Molestia bullshit.
Oh no, don’t make your five pre-teen brony followers see that my opinions have evolved.
Love you tabs <3
Anonymous asked: how do you feel about the trend of young teenage girls 'deciding' to be bi/lesbian and then later 'choosing' not to be anymore? personally I feel it's very negative, especially since these girls claim to be gay rights supporters. God bless.
I think it’s great that young people are feeling more confident about exploring their sexuality, trying out labels to see what fits, and ultimately doing what works best for them and makes them happy.
I think that it takes a lot of courage, maturity, and humility for a person to admit that they were mistaken about their identity, and that a different label suits them better. And I have extra respect for teenagers who can do this. When I was a teenager, I was far too timid and unsure of myself to identify as anything.
I think that there’s a ton of ageism, misogyny, lesbophobia and sapphobia underlying the stereotype of teenage girls’ having questionable or fake sexual identities. Teenage girls get treated horribly by mainstream culture, and are mocked and insulted no matter what they like or do. I find that absolutely despicable. Anon, would you have asked me the same question about teenage boys? I doubt it.
I think that it is wrong and hurtful to invalidate or talk shit about someone else’s sexuality, and just because the target is young or female does not suddenly make it acceptable.
If someone tells me they’re lesbian, bisexual or any other orientation, I believe them. Period. I don’t care how many things they identified as before. It is an honor that they decided to share such personal information with me, and the least I can do is take it seriously.