i’m not like other girls. actually, i’m nothing like other girls. and that girl u saw get on the bus earlier isn’t like other girls either. it’s surprising, really. it’s almost as if everybody is different from each other. holy shit
Making you look better like always
forced myself to finish a no longer abandoned doodle
imagine a high school romance movie about a girl who works her ass off to play on the football team and eventually becomes the quarterback and she dates one of the cheerleaders
Imagine a movie where the female protagonist does not have a love story in her plot and there is still somehow a story
my cute little text post about hoping for queer representation and stories about non-feminine women was definitely the right place to make this observation right on
And that’s the moment Sherlock realized how much he underestimated Molly Hooper.
I love how she just pushes it out. Like she doesn’t back down and go “oh sorry nevermind” even though you can totally see how uncomfortable she is. She needs to tell him that she understands, and open up that channel of communication with him. So he knows he has someone
Fuck so cute man
if you think about it, molly’s words could be applied to herself as well
Molly is a queen and haters can step to the left
I DON’T KNOW WHAT I WAS EXPECTING BUT IT WASN’T THAT
I’m my own woman—first, last, and always.
And here is collage Wondie in various stages of completion. I sketched out a pretty Wonder Woman, cut out the various parts on foam core, and covered them entirely in color-coordinated DC ladies. It was part of the Ohio Art League’s “One Night” series, the theme was “Fiction” and you had to have one “altered book” piece along with your other art.
She’s put together mostly from quarter bin Catwoman, Teen Titans, and Birds of Prey, as those had the most female characters in them — and pretty much all of Kurt Busiek’s Trinity run, because I needed lots of Wondie.