It always shocks me when people have interest lists that are like 30-40 media long, I hyperfixate and then scorch earth immediately after so at any point I have maybe 4 total interestsnagahissteria
Do you do that thing where you pick up a new interest or rediscover an old one and one of the things that was on your current list just kinda falls away and you forget it exists until reminded?
If you're nonbinary and sometimes identify as mlm and/or wlw, you're valid! If you're nonbinary and always identify as mlm and/or wlw, you're also super valid! As a genderfluid currently-but-not-always mlm myself, I can confirm that we're amazing!!!
To all that’re NBLM, MLNB, and MLM, even questioning, that feel like they don’t fit anywhere or are conflicted due to their attraction, I think you folks are lovely, valid beings and I hope you’ll find your sense of belonging soon.
I’m in need of money for some food since I’ll only eat certain kinds than have anything available in the house, getting tired of thriving on cereal, sandwiches, and (sometimes) pizza n’ chips, and also want to feed my nephew who’s also especially picky as I am.
Like not to be That Guy who asks for things, especially if it’s something fixable, but I’d rather feel satisfied than go hungry to the point of irritation, anxiety, and getting sick.
I’m unemployed and probably plan living on disability in the future for personal reasons, despite being pressured to apply for a job. My dad’s using most of his money on a house for us he’s paying for to be built back in most of the family’s home country and grandpa. And even if he had the money, I don’t really wanna ask him for some because… terrible things have come to light, let’s just say (plus he gets tired from 12 hours on his job so he needs a lot of rest). Mom can’t work anymore due to her ataxia. My brother… Well, some of y’all know how siblings can be and I don’t wanna pester him to take me places and lend me money. He kinda scares me a little, too.
Not only that, but I also want to have some money for helping me move out of this hell hole, and to cover a few payments that I owe as well.
Sorry for not having a fancy commission sheet on me at the moment, nor having examples for certain types of commissions in the link below. Been having a slow art day as of lately. I’ll probably have one later. In the meantime, here are a few examples of what my art looks like (captions below!):
(Sketchy chibi fanart of RevScarecrow playing My Summer Car. Mind the name in signature, that was my old Twitch username--)
(Bust commission for one of my good friends, cryptid-anonymous on Tumblr, of his OC, Danny!)
(Fullbody lineless art of my shapeshifter OC possibly for D&D, Maddox!)
(Headshot painting of Julian from The Arcana for a trade with @99cmilk on Twitter!)
And here are the prices and examples for what I can draw for all y’alls. Also linked there is what I will and won’t draw tho I’ll toss a link to that in this post, too, just in case.
You can also donate/commission me on Ko-fi as well! I don’t have a sheet (along with prices) set up there either (again, sorry), so you can give or pay what you want.
Reblogging this also helps! Message me for email (and PayPal as well), otherwise the address should on my Ko-fi page. Thank you guys either way!! <3
anonimity on the internet gets abused by a lot of people to be assholes online but like. im such a private person in real life and the cloak of anonymity gives me the confidence to be more honest about my feelings,,, i feel safe enough to say that i love you, the person reading this. im your friend.nagahissteria
Screw anon hate, we use our anonymity to be kind and give compliments!
I finally finished it
I'll be honest, I did not see myself having this finished yet. I've been really motivated though by the encouragement from all of you, so thank you so much.
Once this has gone up everywhere, I'm going to be adding a Commissions page to my blog so keep an eye out for that.
I'm also going to be making a post about my situation. I've been vocal about some of it but I think I need to pull it all together.
If you want to support my work you can find this piece up on Redbubble at -here-
I'm also on Kofi if you'd like to buy me a coffee so I can keep making pieces like this! You can find me -here-not-theatre-trash
It's so awesome! I love it! Does the dragon have a name?
Not yet but I'm open to suggestions~
tbh I've suspected I might be autistic for a long time but I dont think I have the social aspects that everyone describes and with adhd and anxiety it's hard to tell what is symptoms of those vs what is potentially autism? Also I've just got enough going on as it is that I'm kind of too scared to really look into it ya know
i know what you mean, my family has both autism and adhd in it and the two get confused Often due to the amount of traits the two have in common. but my mom has autism without any of the social difficulty traits so like?? it's possible
i kinda think of autism spectrum traits as like. a salad bar. like it's the same wide array of different things but in different combos depending on the person u know?amias-as-i-am
it's also worth noting that a lot of autistic people are forced to learn social cues really early on, and many don't realize they're masking until they have a meltdown/shutdown. i hear this especially from autistic folks assigned female at birth - they're expected to know how to communicate with neurotypicals and punished if they can't, so they do, even though it can be really confusing and damaging. it's definitely hard to pick apart what falls into what categories, but it's good to be aware that not everybody has the same signs, and other signs can be difficult to recognize even for the person living them.
The different expectations placed on amab vs afab individuals are ridiculous honestly. It's made it so difficult for certain traits to get picked up on because they define certain traits as being specific to assigned sex at birth when they're not. My brother and I are both autistic and we share a lot of traits. The treatment we have each received has been vastly different. My brother is amab and was diagnosed at a very young age, because of this people underestimate his level of understanding. So many people I know refuse to listen to actual autistics and are still using functioning labels and brain age comparisons. This has kept my brother from learning a lot of skills because noone will let him try. I on the other hand am afab. The only reason I was diagnosed at all was because I went to a doctor about my depression and anxiety behind my parents' backs when I was 17. I went through school with no support and often got yelled at for not immediately knowing how to do certain "simple" tasks. This has hurt both of us massively but in very different ways. I know this isn't the situation for everyone, but I've heard so many stories reflective of this that it's hard not to start making connections.