"The Testing of Paul Atreides"
My submission for the BiWeeklyChallenge blog, the theme this time around was Science Fiction, and I chose to do a piece related to one of my favorite books, “Dune” by Frank Herbert.
Hi there followers of my Regular Blog!
Thought I’d show you all my latest piece that’s up on my art blog!
I am very pleased that this was what I managed to break my art block with, and I hope you all like it as well.
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this page really struck me
This is society for everything, if you are considered “conventionally attractive” than whatever you do it’s appealing. However if you are considered to be less attractive than whatever you do it’s wrong.
This deserves so many notes. I have heard all of the black quotes behind my back. It’s really demoralizing.
Once upon a time in my life, I was a 200 pound girl who loved all manner of dorkery. While I was accepted by my few friends, I was also relentlessly taunted because of my interests.
Now, years, and many pounds lost later, I am literally praised daily for being “one of the few” girls who “actually” games and is into comics.
I guess this means, that when I was overweight, I was as invisible as all of the other “unperfect” girls who shared my interests. I didn’t even exist.
I wish people understood just how very real these quotes are, and always remember where you came from, because most of us have these shared experiences of teasing and social stigma. Instead of attacking each other for our perceived “flaws,” we should be building each other up. All of the support for the girls and guys out there who deal with bullying. Stay strong, and long live the geeks.
i think i can accurately say that i can crush a man’s head with my thighs
This is a goal of mine.