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Lord What Fools These Mortals Be!WARNING: THE FOLLOWING TEXT CONTAINS SOME PRETTY OFFENSIVE COMMENTS SAID BY SOMEONE ON THIS WEBSITE. IF YOU ARE TRIGGERED BY HOMOPHOBIA, TRANSPHOBIA, AND/OR EATING DISORDERS, I ADVISE THAT YOU DO NOT CONTINUE READINGLord What Fools These Mortals Be! by TraumaChick777
I'll put the original comment in quotes, then a brief response/debunking underneath. Enjoy
"I said that if it's fine for a man to look in the mirror and say that he's a woman, then it's also fine for an anorexia victim to look in the mirror and say that she's overweight"
Yeah, no. You don't fucking compare someone's gender identity to an eating disorder. EVER. Two completely different things, which you would know if you actually looked up what an eating disorder is like. It's so much more than just thinking that you're overweight when you're not.
"AS compared to your logic, that a human being can identify as anything (even as a purple penguin since it is offensive to call people SIR or MA'AM), and that if a man looks in the mirror and see a woman, that he is perf
FluidDon't assume I'm a womanFluid by TraumaChick777
Just because I have breasts
Just because I wear a dress
Just because I carry a purse
Just because I wear soft colors
Just because I wear makeup
Just because I style my hair
Just because I speak in a sweet voice
Don't assume I'm a man
Just because my chest is flat
Just because I wear baggy clothes
Just because I lug around a heavy backpack
Just because I wear dark colors
Just because my jawline is shaded
Just because I have short hair
Just because I speak in a deeper voice
The only thing you can assume I am...
Turnabout Shadows - Chapter 3“Where should we investigate first?” Maya asked as she swallowed the last of her hamburger. She made me stop on the way back from the detention center.Turnabout Shadows - Chapter 3 by TraumaChick777
“There’s the crime scene, although we might be able to get some answers down at Criminal Affairs…”
Maya smirked, “Orrrrr…. maybe the defendant’s house?”
“Maya, no. We’re not breaking into Dr. Vaughn’s apartment. Besides, what on earth would we find there?” I rubbed my forehead.
“Maybe we can find some evidence on… uhh… oh!” she snapped her fingers. “His relationship with the victim! He says he doesn’t know him, but his Psyche-Locks say otherwise!”
As much as I didn’t want to, I had to agree with Maya on that one. But I convinced her that we should check out the crime scene first. Besides, we didn’t even have a way to get into his house.
We were met with a rather annoyed-looking Caduceus staff member w
Turnabout Shadows - Chapter 2“Tell me what you saw again,” Franziska Von Karma said through clenched teeth, feeling her hand slowly drift down towards her whip. "And this time, say it right."Turnabout Shadows - Chapter 2 by TraumaChick777
“I told you, Miss Von Karma,” the witness, Derek Stiles, folded his arms over his chest, “I didn’t see anything. At least, I couldn’t see the scene clearly seeing as how I didn’t have my glas- YIPE!” He screamed girlishly as Franziska’s whip cracked an inch away from his nose.
“I’ll say this one more time, Dr. Stiles: You clearly saw the defendant shooting the victim,” she snarled as she drew her whip back in. “And that is what you will tell the court tomorrow.”
Derek shifted nervously in his seat, “But… then I’d be lying under oath. That isn’t right.”
“I don’t think I was clear enough,” Franziska rose from her seat. “You clearly saw the defendant, Markus Vaughn, shoot the victim, Llo
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Quick Sketch - 5 points
Simple Minecraft Skin - 5 points
Minecraft Character Statue - 10 points
Detailed Minecraft Skin - 10 points
Short Story - 15 points
Detailed Drawing - 15 points
Multi-Chapter Story (includes 3 chapters) - 20 points
Extra Chapters - 5 points each
Okay let's see here... I'm a:|
-Marching band geek (I play flute)
-Video game enthusiast
-Japanese street fashion lover (Lolita fashion is my favorite)
-Socially awkward dork
-Genderfluid (DFAB). Preferably They/them/their pronouns, but he/she are also fine. I'm pretty lax about it.