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zoexnova:

"I must be a mermaid. I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living"- Anais Nin

nymphoninjas:


Hi Ninja, Trouble and everyone!
This is my first time submitting and lately I’ve been getting to know myself again. At times it can be so easy to get blurred and stretched thin from work and being a mother that I become a stranger to myself. I’m going through a time where I see there’s so much more about me to love, embrace and discover. It’s been enlightening to stop and take care of myself, as just a person and as a woman. And to be me.
lots of Love,
Zoe

Really happy to see you submitting Zoe! I think that it’s really great to see a mom who can still share and celebrate her body because it will also inspire her kids to not be ashamed or feel as though they need to hide their bodies as they get older. I can’t even imagine how much of ‘you’ it takes to raise kids but I’m also happy that you’re doing something positive for yourself.
- Owen

nymphoninjas:

Hi Ninja, Trouble and everyone!

This is my first time submitting and lately I’ve been getting to know myself again. At times it can be so easy to get blurred and stretched thin from work and being a mother that I become a stranger to myself. I’m going through a time where I see there’s so much more about me to love, embrace and discover. It’s been enlightening to stop and take care of myself, as just a person and as a woman. And to be me.

lots of Love,

Zoe

Really happy to see you submitting Zoe! I think that it’s really great to see a mom who can still share and celebrate her body because it will also inspire her kids to not be ashamed or feel as though they need to hide their bodies as they get older. I can’t even imagine how much of ‘you’ it takes to raise kids but I’m also happy that you’re doing something positive for yourself.

- Owen

zoexnova:

I made some cool things for work today! I love this job :)

zoexnova:

I made some cool things for work today! I love this job :)

You sure are an elusive little piggy. Why do you keep switching/leaving and coming back? Do you not like being followed?

Anonymous

gainingxxgirl-deactivated201410:

I get paranoid sometimes about people I know in real life finding my stuff so yeah I overreact a lot bc of that. Sorry for being elusive! I can’t stay away from the gaining community tho

A coolness medal to you for explaining that! :) Totally understandable, of course… Internet popularity won’t help you much in private life. But, you are seriously hot. Yes, seriously!

This will surely be my favorite GIF for a while :D

gainer-girl:

Go forth and spread the word :p This will surely be my favorite GIF for a while :D

gainer-girl:

Go forth and spread the word :p

(Source: thesearetitties)

Not sure what went wrong this iMovie update. But i’m constantly working professionally with Apple’s Final Cut Pro X - getting hired from content producers to edit their stuff. Trained originally on an AVID system, i worked with or have seen at least most of the programs. I would definitely say: At least when it comes to regular editing (= not extremely complicated projects), Final Cut Pro X is lightyears ahead of all other programs, you’re at least 2x faster. The only thing i don’t like about it are the export options. Not really a problem - i save the edited timeline as *souce* (what i would do anyway for getting an archive file) and throw this (huge) source file at Handbrake (a free converter), offering me all the required options for getting webclips. Just perfect. Final Cut Pro X has been developed from iMovie, it is its professional brother. Thus it shouldn’t be much different. Ok, maybe some features are missing that you need. Maybe it’s an Idea to put FCPX on your wish list :P

bcmargot:

i hate the new imovie update. any one know any good, free mac friendly video editing software? danke!

londonandrews:

Be sure to check out all the images I shot with this beat up Mercedes ….!!! You can find all the new photos on Patreon under the “Creations” tab: http://www.patreon.com/londonandrews

londonandrews:

Be sure to check out all the images I shot with this beat up Mercedes ….!!! You can find all the new photos on Patreon under the “Creations” tab: http://www.patreon.com/londonandrews

Oct 3
jessieminx:

On cam ;-)

jessieminx:

On cam ;-)

roxyredofficial:

it is going to be a real FUN with me… can you handle it?

roxyredofficial:

it is going to be a real FUN with me… can you handle it?

roxyredofficial:

beach photo.. sand, sea… sun… and my hot and warm BODY!

roxyredofficial:

beach photo.. sand, sea… sun… and my hot and warm BODY!

winkingdaisys:

testing testing….is this thing on??  cool JOIN me on streamate!

winkingdaisys:

Ass and titty

winkingdaisys:

Ass and titty

misskittystryker:

So, I really loved my Tank Girl cosplay. I had just watched the movie, as well as skimmed some of the comics, and manifesting her - at turns playful, destructive, keen on social justice and totally immature - was kind of rad. I love that the creators actively worked to make her a counter to the super sexualized images of women in comic books. That said- while I focused my particular take without the military helmet, I agree that “charlie don’t surf” is a fucked up, racist phrase. I am not familiar enough with the comics to ascertain if they’re racist throughout, but the fatphobia bugs me, as does the casual incest joke in the movie. I don’t really go for shock humour.  I do think it’s important to talk about how even the things we love have problematic elements. Is Tank Girl too problematic to cosplay? I don’t think so, but I do think that it means changing some of the basic elements to not perpetuate bigotry. Maybe my cosplays won’t be perfect, then, but part of creativity is reimaging these characters… and when we do that, we can, I hope, deconstruct the influence of institutionalized oppression, to make characters not solely slender, white, cisgendered women, or beefy, white, cisgendered men. We can, maybe, re-envision these characters in ways that perpetuate punching up, not down.Maybe I’m being overly idealistic, though? I would love to hear thoughts from other cosplayers. How do you manage being accountable with fandom, and costuming?

misskittystryker:

So, I really loved my Tank Girl cosplay. I had just watched the movie, as well as skimmed some of the comics, and manifesting her - at turns playful, destructive, keen on social justice and totally immature - was kind of rad. I love that the creators actively worked to make her a counter to the super sexualized images of women in comic books. 

That said- while I focused my particular take without the military helmet, I agree that “charlie don’t surf” is a fucked up, racist phrase. I am not familiar enough with the comics to ascertain if they’re racist throughout, but the fatphobia bugs me, as does the casual incest joke in the movie. I don’t really go for shock humour.  

I do think it’s important to talk about how even the things we love have problematic elements. Is Tank Girl too problematic to cosplay? I don’t think so, but I do think that it means changing some of the basic elements to not perpetuate bigotry. Maybe my cosplays won’t be perfect, then, but part of creativity is reimaging these characters… and when we do that, we can, I hope, deconstruct the influence of institutionalized oppression, to make characters not solely slender, white, cisgendered women, or beefy, white, cisgendered men. We can, maybe, re-envision these characters in ways that perpetuate punching up, not down.

Maybe I’m being overly idealistic, though? I would love to hear thoughts from other cosplayers. How do you manage being accountable with fandom, and costuming?

Nice to see that this has become such a smashing success - 
misskittystryker:

Trying out my Tank Girl cosplay… If I’m honest I feel a little uncomfortable with my belly showing… I guess I need some support! Nice to see that this has become such a smashing success -

misskittystryker:

Trying out my Tank Girl cosplay… If I’m honest I feel a little uncomfortable with my belly showing… I guess I need some support!

misskittystryker:

courtneytrouble:

kitty stryker
photo by courtney trouble

Aaaa perfect for National Donut Day!!

misskittystryker:

courtneytrouble:

kitty stryker

photo by courtney trouble

Aaaa perfect for National Donut Day!!