Blogness Monster

Also known as That Girl That Draws on facebook. I like pretty things, even the dirty things. When I'm not reblogging cats and art, I'm blogging about body positivity, fat posi, feminism. so yeah i draw stuffs.

Other than that, I also blog about my penniless starving artist self, and how many coffee shops it takes me to actually draw something.

T.O.P for Vogue Korea (November 2014) Official Photos

Source: Vogue Korea

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T.O.P for Vogue Korea (November 2014) Official Photos

Source: Vogue Korea

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Good to know that I can brush my hair without threatening my masculinity

That brush doesn’t have bristles, it has BROstles. And they’re 100% boar, just like you and your buds when you’ve had a few too many brewskies, right my dudes?



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I’ve been gone for a while.

Mostly school and work have taken up my time. Any updates I have is just me getting a break out in my face and I’m thinking it’s all the stress I’ve been under right now. Trying to figure out so many things for my future, making money, opening myself to relationships, having a tough time at work, making an enemy out of a co-worker, having back to back essays. Everything is just crazy. I try to chill, I try to go for a run, or work out to ease my stress. I’ve been taking more and more breaks instead of studying, but my stress gets worse when I procrastinate.

I miss tumblr, and I miss being able to have the freedom to do what I want and go where I want to go, but since I’ve got these new responsibilities, my transitioning to settle down for now is really hard. It’s like drinking really strong coffee, and expected to keep seated through your caffeinated jitters. It’s hard. I like to be on the go. I like to travel, and I like to know that I always have a home to come back to. But because it can’t always be that easy, because My parents are getting older, because no one can help me out anymore, I have to settle down and live life rather quietly and responsibly.

Trying to settle down is so hard.


It is Friday and I am NOT in love. I am mildly angry and mostly sleep-deprived. Robert Smith lied to me.

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Finally, Nigeria’s Kidnapped Schoolgirls Are Coming Home

Photo: Some of the schoolgirls Boko Haram kidnapped in mid-April. 

"On Friday, Nigeria’s government announced it had reached a deal with Boko Haram to release the approximately 200 schoolgirls held captive by the Islamist terror group since April.

The agreement, announced by the country’s defense minister, also involves a cease fire between Boko Haram and Nigeria’s military. The government expects the terror group will not back out on the deal. “Commitment among parts of Boko Haram and the military does appear to be genuine,” an official with Nigeria’s security forces told Reuters Friday. “It is worth taking seriously.”

Boko Haram militants abducted more than 300 schoolgirls from Chibok boarding school in northern Nigeria in mid-April, sparking a worldwide outcry and propelling the group onto to the international stage for the first time. Over fifty of the girls escaped early on. The rest have remained in captivity ever since.”

As reported by Mother Jones 

AWESOME NEWS - this has been such a nightmare to follow, it is so great to hear the girls are being released!


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*falls down fifteen flights of stairs and through a window*

boo ya

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There are surprising parallels between GamerGatorade and the “fake geek girls” thing. The “gamer” controversy is at its core a conflict between white cishet boys rabidly defending the industry’s status quo because it caters to them, and doing so by bitterly attacking those who enjoy the medium in different ways (indie game fans, hobbyist developers, people who analyse games as art and cultural products), with this latter group containing the largest representation of underprivileged groups who were shut out of the “mainstream”.

I mean, isn’t Zoe Quinn kind of the equivalent of a fanfic author getting recognition for her work? And aren’t the charges of her work not being “real games” incredibly familiar?

On all sides we see men angry that they are having to share cultural influence and dialogue space with others, and reacting in roughly the same way: by saying that everything outside their influence is not real, not authentic, not serious, not deserving. That fans of it aren’t real fans and creators of it not real creators, and any praise it receives is due to corruption, sexual favours, and political concerns.

And with video games they’re getting particularly violent and radical because it’s not working. The media, arbiters of traditional legitimacy, whether for profit or ethics are giving space to these Others. The power structure has betrayed them, they have been unjustly cast from power. They trusted these people to support their policy of dominance. And so they must be punished for their insolence and corruption. These are the “journalism ethics” they are talking about.

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I’ve survived a lot of things, and I’ll probably survive this.
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