If you notice me reblogging
- a repost
- stolen art
- false information
please let me know, you’re not rude or annoying and I actually do give a fuck and I will correct my mistake, thank you
Also, if you notice me reblogging things from
- anti-sj blogs
- TERFs or SWERFs
- other shitty people
please give me a heads up. I’ll never get angry at you for letting me know and I’ll actually be really glad that you kept me from giving some awful person more visibility.
I just really don’t think people give Katara or Zuko enough credit when they say Zutara won’t work.
Saying “They’d just get huffy at each other and quit,” is akin to saying “All Aang does is run away from his responsibilities,” when we know he had gone through an incredible growth through the series and through its finale.
Like please don’t ignore the part where the characters helped each other face their biggest demons. Please don’t ignore how vital Katara was in Zuko’s redemption arc. Please don’t ignore how these two characters found a mutual understanding in each other because it is one of the most important arcs in the show and that’s why people ship them.
Because they are comrades and friends and sometimes people just wish they were more than because of how it all played out, ok.
Finally, today’s big announcement! I have launched a Kickstarter to publish Volume One of O Human Star! I’ve got some cool goodies to go along with the book collecting Chapters 1 through 3, so check it out!
Everyone should read O Human Star and back this kickstarter because it is a wonderful comic.
If she starts cleaning up imaginary lint from the sofa, one sort of person is suggested. If she spills her scotch and lets it sink into her skirt without seeming to care, that suggests another. Something prosaic like sitting down and reading the newspaper does not tell the readers much. But if she turns at once to the medical column, that might tell us something. The actions you give your characters should be densely informative.