Fangirls, I’ve got to be honest with you. I did not want to give this book a second glance. We came across it at Baltimore Comic Con and I was not super into the art style. But next to the table a small crowd was gathering, and the divider had been moved because there was a sweet little dog just hanging out, getting pets. So I stopped and asked if I could join in with the love for the pup, and his owner said I could, and started to tell me about the comic at the table.
As we all know, Gertrude (the hate wielding heroine of I Hate Fairyland) hates Fairyland and everything in it. One of the things that (though I have yet to see them in the comic) I’m sure is in the area, are unicorns. I feel that Gertrude would love castrating all of those horned horses and serving their balls as a delicacy, so I made some of my own.
Fangirls, I bought this first trade paperback because I had seen the cover a couple times and was in love with how angry the main character looked, atop her half dead mushroom. I am so glad that I did. This is the perfect balance of un-fluffing-believeable cuteness and pure hell.
Boy, have I found something good, Fangirls. I have a real passion for good soul music, but it seems to have had it’s era, which has come and gone. However, that’s no longer the case. Leon Bridges has arrived to grace our ears with a vintage sound so classic & true it’s hard to believe this album was just released this week. Read More »
I recently got into a heated discussion about things related to HPV, Fangirls, and it reminded me how important of an STD it is to talk about. When we think about sexually transmitted infections or diseases, HPV, or Human Papillomavirus, seems to be overlooked much too often. That has to change for a laundry list of reasons, friends.
About a year ago I learned a pretty neat little craft, Fangirls. When I’m bored, its an easy thing to do to just keep busy. But it also comes in handy when cute little crafts are necessary; tiny gifts, decorations, and favors. They take just a few minutes, are easy as pie, and have endless design possibilities!
To be honest, I don’t remember the exact day, but I know it was the spring time, a bit before my 15th birthday. I’ve never really kept track, or celebrated it on an anniversary of sorts. It was 6 years ago now that fully came out as a gay woman. I don’t like to make any big show about being gay, because I think that makes it seem like I’m separate in some way, or attention seeking. However, it’s a part of me, and there’s no doubt that coming out is a process that a lot people don’t experience. It was a marker in my life that honestly seems so long ago now. It’s felt like a lifetime between then and now. But really, I am so young still. It was the beginning of a life, my life, living openly about who I was. And it’s very weird to think about it now.