shattercats asked: Why do you feel the need to publicly call people out on stuff? It's pathetic. The more you link people to your old chat logs with people who you didn't get along with the more idiotic you look. Come on PK, shouldn't you grow up a bit? It's just one drama after the other with you. People follow this blog to look at your art, not to have you force your opinion on some guy that you didn't get on well with. I just figured that most people in mid twenties grew out of this childish behaviour.
Here’s Lexyeevee’s guest answer:
notice that everything about this ask criticizes how mel is responding to an incident, rather than the incident itself
the asker neither condemns nor defends any of pommy’s actions. they’re barely even a blip on the radar, reduced to a mere side reference, the implied second party of someone mel “didn’t get along with”.
did he do something wrong? did he do something justified? none of that matters, because we have a far worse issue on our hands: someone is talking about it, and talking openly about things someone else did is… well, that just won’t do.
this is an amateur magic trick, a misdirection. it is the fluff of people afraid to have conversations about reality, of people who worry themselves with how discourse affects our appearance rather than how actions affect our lives. play nice, little children. it doesn’t matter if he actively sought you out and deliberately unnerved you; talking about it is “drama”, and how do you think that makes you look?
quiet down, little girl. you should be seen for your art, not heard for your thoughts and experiences. who gave you the right to talk about what someone else did? now let me go back to lulz to talk about what you did.
basically, dear asker, this is complete bullshit and you know it. have some fucking self-respect.
I’m too busy drawing to bother answering this one in depth myself. However, I do find it *incredibly* gross that you ignore his stalkerlike behavior because… how dare I talk about someone actively seeking me out to antagonize me in person, then flaunting to me how he has a role in a game I frequently draw art for and post about. The audacity I have. So childish, I am.
Male privilege is feeling so entitled to getting whatever you want that you argue with women over the right to call yourself a feminist, because you don’t like the sound of “feminist ally”, thus proving that your biggest priority in the feminist movement is yourself.
Zoomed out while taking a picture of my Christmas tree
[ CHRISTMAS INTENSIFIES ]
living vicariously through fictional characters circa… pretty much ever since i can remember
legitimately worried i will die pretending to be part of an otp tragically ripped away from my love
my last words will be, like, “senpai, you were the only one who ever noticed me”
and my bed nurse will be like, “not this shit again”
Vietnamese photographer Thanh Ha Bui captured this incredible image in his parents’ back garden and, after spotting a line of super strong weaver ants marching across a branch, decided to test their legendary weightlifting skills. First experimenting with pieces of food and leaves, he eventually ended up with this incredible shot