[Not my art] Please ignore the spelling, he didn't know it was Ja y d y n and i let it slide. But anyways! My big brother through bonds, Kie (pronounced like kai), made me a fursona! I love him to bits in all honesty, i don't personally identify as a furry nor do i draw a lot of these kinda things, but made me really happy that Kie personally came up with a fursona design for me as a gift...i'll post an update when he has it colored, so please look out for that!
Also, regarding fanart of my characters n such, if you guys want to, please go ahead and do so! Just tag me in it and i'll have a hashtag for you guys to put it in, and let me know if you want me to repost it here!
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this post in particular doesnt make me angry or anything. but the thing is this post has absolutely nothing to do with sexuality. like the concept is categorizing people on aesthetic (which is fine) and I figured it would be like a fun thing if it wasn't exclusive. then i realized it doesn't matter because everyone who would have seen the original post was probably either gay, thought they were gay, or identified as gay. obviously its fine to have a community, but it's a bit concerning that its just implied everyone is gay.
because the LGBTQIAPDFLWUEYEYJZ+++* community isn't a community. LGBT has become a fandom more than a people group, and I think thats a problem. what i mean by that is that for a lot of people (mostly tucutes) its more of a hobby than anything else. and since a huge portion of the community is tucutes, you can totally choose to join just because you think it's interesting or you like the aesthetic, and you know what? people are gonna support you for it. even so called transmedicalists who know transgenderism is a condition but are too afraid to actually call tucutes out. anyone can lie about having gender dysphoria! and it's not like tucutes have no reason to lie about that! it's so easy to just say "oh but looking female dorsnt give me dysphoria, my tits give me dysphoria!" so yeah. i guess my point is that we shouldn't glamorize being LGBT like this. i dont really care that as a heterosexual im not being included; even when i thought i was trans and gay i hated being involved in this type of shit. however a lot of people who dont understand these issues will want to join the community because they wont be included as a heterosexual. its totally harmful but its totally understandable when the LGBT community acts like this (to reiterate i dont have the opinion that post is like alienating non LGBT people. i just think it shows a bit about the community)
More edgy art of my boy Sketcherino. I'm actually pretty happy with this, the lineart looks so crisp.