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pallore-m said: I remember this first time when I listened a.k.a. watched SPG music video for the first time, and one of my acquaintance told me 'You know, Bunny is trans.', and I looked closer said 'Awww, she's such a cute girl, why would she want to become a man? She's too feminine besides...'. A-a-and then they told me how things really were. I'm still a bit embarrassed. Just saying! [btw, that last photo is gorgeous]

I’ll take the compliment! :)

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quorgi said: Will you guys and gals be at Ani-Jam for just Saturday or can we expect to see you out and about Sunday as well?

Just Saturday night. :)

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oathstrong:

"We will never be slaves.. but we will be.. CONQUERORS!"

This cinematic is the greatest thing I have ever seen, I had goosebumps, I had chills, the Warlords are back.

LOK’TAR OGAR!
FOR THE TRUE HORDE!

(via brassxgoggles)

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officialsteampoweredgiraffe:

Get our full schedule at www.steampoweredgiraffe.com!
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trekkiebeth:

Rabbit | photo by trekkiebeth
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fadingmemoriesdf:

bunnybennett:

mrboilerman:

"The internet shouldn’t cater to you."

Wow, didn’t realize asking “Hey could you please be careful not to trigger me” was wanting catered to, my bad.

Not about being friendly. Who wants to be against content warnings? My personal beef isn’t with the intent. It’s what crowds of…

In the same thought, Trigger Warnings put the responsibility of your mental health and well-being on strangers who do not know you or understand your sensitivities. There are too many things people claim to trigger them for someone to tag them all. Not only does it put stress on them on what they consider their recreational, fun blog, but people on Tumblr actually demonize them for it.

If you are that sensitive to Trigger Warnings and your mental or physical well being is at harm, I’m sorry, the internet is not a safe space for you. There aren’t enough regulations. Until you can find strength in being able to avoid unhappy things on your dashboard when they appear, you need to take control of your own health and avoid them. Yes, that might mean quitting Tumblr. Or quitting blogs who do not cater to your warnings. Like Bunny Bennett’s. She isn’t hiding that she doesn’t believe in triggers. So if she posts things that cause you discomfort or trauma, for your own well being, unfollow her blog, don’t ask her to change for you.

You said it best! Thank you!

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mrboilerman:

"The internet shouldn’t cater to you."

Wow, didn’t realize asking “Hey could you please be careful not to trigger me” was wanting catered to, my bad.

Not about being friendly. Who wants to be against content warnings? My personal beef isn’t with the intent. It’s what crowds of people turn things like this into. It’s about how organizing it takes it beyond compassion and safety and into the realm of the ludicrous. Too much censoring is not good. On Tumblr in particular people are too afraid of offending or coming off as insensitive and being attacked for it to admit that this organizational system gets fucking scary. Censor one thing and you’re down the road on needing to censor everything. As soon as it’s up for discussion you can easily understand why this is a complicated issue. It comes down to warped perspectives of pride and self entitlements that ruin an otherwise heartfelt consideration.

It doesn’t work. And I mean that in the broadest, encompassing all people aspect. You cannot please everyone. Any which way this is rolled.

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Saw this shirt at the festival this weekend. #doge

Saw this shirt at the festival this weekend. #doge

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bunnybennett:

Now I don’t normally point to stuff like this- because it’d be unfair to the dozens I can’t point to…and well…I’m only one person and my blog would be filled with nothing but all these different causes. And there are a ton of things you could donate your money to…so many good organizations…so many people in need…countless causes that deserve funding.

But today I’m speaking of one of us. A fanmily member in struggle. And while his struggles may not measure up to all of your own struggles, they are struggles all the same

Alex is a good friend. Alex is transgender and has been a huge confidant since the start of my transition…and even before then. A fan of the group, and a constant warm sight for me to see at conventions. I recently spent 7 hours over drinks with him talking about everything from being transgender, the uproars of salad, to science, evolution, and even psychology.

Help an SPG fan out with a dollar. I know this man is going through some rough stuff. I hope my gesture here is taken as a friend trying to give their friend a hand and nothing more.

Thanks for reading!

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bunnybennett:

David and I recently moved- and part of the fun in that besides…moving in general is paying double the rent (yay!) for your new place and the old place. I’m not rich by any means- just in the love from all of you, and I make my living off my art. I’ve had a lot of expenses such as physical…