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Oct 1

nonmodernist:

bigbangpress:

Here’s a picture from our first book, A Hero at the End of the World, written by Erin Claiborne (eleveninches) and illustrated by Jade Liebes (hydrae). The two guys in this photo are Ewan Mao and his former best friend Oliver Abrams.

As a teenager, Ewan was prophesied to save Britain from an evil tyrant — but chickened out at the last moment. Instead, his best friend Oliver ended up defeating the villain. Five years later, Oliver is a national hero while Ewan works at a coffee shop and still lives with his parents. But the two friends are unwillingly reunited when a magical cult targets Ewan in a plot to end the world.

A Hero at the End of the World is a hilarious and gripping combination of YA fantasy adventure, queer romance, and political satire. It will be published by Big Bang Press on November 11, and you can find out more on our website!

fantasy adventure, queer romance, and political satire - this book is everything i’ve ever wanted in my YA fantasy loving heart

Black is beautiful. White is beautiful and every other color in between is also beautiful. :)

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sataniswhite:

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I dunnoooo I think you already know that “White is beautiful” don’t you?

Or will it shatter your beauty if I recognize mine?

Realest. Shit. I. Have. Ever. Seen. THIS IS WHY WE SAY BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL. We’ve been brainwashed by society to think that we’re ugly. We’re trained to think like this before we can even pop out of a vagina. So stfu with that “Ummmmm don’t you mean ALLLLLLLLLLLL girls are beautiful?!?!?!!!?!!?!!” Yeah, they are, but we’re just making sure you know that BLACK GIRLS ARE FUCKING BEAUTIFUL TOO.

- Cici

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llbwwb:


(via 500px / Baby Hyena in Kruger Park by Colin McCann)

llbwwb:

(via 500px / Baby Hyena in Kruger Park by Colin McCann)

malmalma:

菓子のカービィ

malmalma:

菓子のカービィ

gottliebe:

hobbitkaiju:

bipolarqueer:

anything a non binary person does is not binary. showing of cleavage? non binary boobies. lots of make up? non binary beauty. dresses? non binary fancy. stop implying that people aren’t non binary because they won’t buy into the “androgynous masculine” bullshit. a non binary person who doesn’t hide their boobs isn’t mocking you. get over yourself.

Same goes for other body types and ASABs too. Beard and/or mustache? Nonbinary facial hair. Tons of body hair showing? Nonbinary fuzz. Showing off a very flat or concave chest? Nonbinary chest. Rockin’ a baggy t-shirt and cargo shorts? Nonbinary casual.

Nonbinary people don’t need either femmephobia or transmisogyny. Some nonbinary people get policed/erased in the ways detailed by the OP, and others (often AMAB) get their genders policed/erased because they “don’t look femme enough” to be “really nonbinary”.

Also, don’t forget that sometimes people of any gender identity dress a certain way because of sensory and disability reasons. For example, suits and pants may be uncomfortable to wear, so someone sticks to dresses and skirts. Disability intersects non-binary identities too, and I never see disabled non-binary people discussed.

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skookumthesamoyed:

He loves helping us cook dinner, watching for dropped food very intently!

mayormittens:

i can relate

mayormittens:

i can relate