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curvellas:

but if you criticize social justice and online activism more than you criticize oppressive systems y o u   a r e   a   t e r r i b l e   h u m a n   b e i n g




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metaknighty:

why do straight ppl think they can whine about gay ppl “throwing their sexuality in our faces” when almost every waking second of every minute of every day of my life is filled with heterosexual romance media and heteronormativity. like u think 2 girls holding hands in public is rubbing their sexuality in ur face you have no fucking idea what queer people go through on a daily basis shut the fuck up



the gloves post is on my dash again with 10,000+ notes and i  //wipes away tear/// :’)

AND wHY NOT she frikkin made gloves that make music how much more hardcore can you get

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FIFTH DOCTOR + TROPES

life-in-neon:

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kelesti:

forestambassador:

Player 2 is a game about conflict and healing by Lydia Neon.
Play Online
Why Try It: Example of a game that centers “exoludic” player experience (that is, interactions which take place outside of the game’s programmed rules structure); can be a difficult but helpful experience for the player in voicing feelings around unresolved interpersonal conflict.
Time: Ten minutes.
How to Play: Use the mouse to click links and the keyboard to enter information into the text fields. At any time, you can click the “esc” link at the bottom of the screen to stop playing if you need to.
More Info: Player 2 was made for the “Your Enemies Don’t Have To Die For You To Win” #CreativeConflictJam, an event where participants created games that centered alternative modes of conflict resolution. It was created in Twine, a free tool for creating hypertexts, interactive stories, and text-based games.
You can find Lydia Neon at her website or on Twitter.

Reblogging the shit out of this. Seriously.

This is really, really good. This is like how people tell you to write a letter when you’re angry about something/someone and then don’t mail it, except way, way better. Really feels like an actual dialog.

……I. needed. this.when something simple like this makes you break down and cry, well… this is more cathartic than any unsent letter i’ve ever written.

<3 you all. I’m really happy and overwhelmed that it’s helping people.

life-in-neon:

aviendhalia:

vitaemachina:

kelesti:

forestambassador:

Player 2 is a game about conflict and healing by Lydia Neon.

Play Online

Why Try It: Example of a game that centers “exoludic” player experience (that is, interactions which take place outside of the game’s programmed rules structure); can be a difficult but helpful experience for the player in voicing feelings around unresolved interpersonal conflict.

Time: Ten minutes.

How to Play: Use the mouse to click links and the keyboard to enter information into the text fields. At any time, you can click the “esc” link at the bottom of the screen to stop playing if you need to.

More Info: Player 2 was made for the “Your Enemies Don’t Have To Die For You To Win” #CreativeConflictJam, an event where participants created games that centered alternative modes of conflict resolution. It was created in Twinea free tool for creating hypertexts, interactive stories, and text-based games.

You can find Lydia Neon at her website or on Twitter.

Reblogging the shit out of this. Seriously.

This is really, really good. This is like how people tell you to write a letter when you’re angry about something/someone and then don’t mail it, except way, way better. Really feels like an actual dialog.

……
I. needed. this.
when something simple like this makes you break down and cry, well… this is more cathartic than any unsent letter i’ve ever written.

<3 you all. I’m really happy and overwhelmed that it’s helping people.