[Image: Three photos. The first shows Laverne Cox, a beautiful Black trans woman with long light colored hair seated, head tilted, across from CeCe McDonald, a beautiful Black trans woman seen from behind, as they speak. The second photo is a shot of a row of prison cells. The third is a picture of CeCe McDonald speaking with the back of Laverne Cox shown.]
FREE CECE, the new documentary with Laverne Cox, explores the roles race, class and gender played in CeCe McDonald’s case. McDonald’s claim of self defense was rejected by Hennepin County prosecutors. The documentary explores the implications of CeCe’s story as a survivor, housing trans women in male prisons, and the practice of keeping trans women in solitary confinement. Please take a moment to visit the site and contribute a tax deductible donation so this important work can continue. http://fiscal.ifp.org/project.cfm/655/
If you can’t donate, then signal boost if you can. This deserves all the attention it can get!
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Notes: 54432 / 9 hours ago
from steviecass (originally from psych-facts)
"It’s better to have nobody, than to have someone who is half there, or doesn’t want to be there."
I decided to make 10 free sketches as a Christmas present to my followers.
The selection will be random.
The only thing you need to do is like and reblog this note.
Every reblog counts, so, if you reblog more than once, you have more chances of getting a sketch :)
You HAVE to be following me. If you’re not, I’m afraid you can’t enter the draw (that means that you have to click Follow if you like the idea of getting a free sketch :P )
ALSO, 3 lucky people will get prints of mine (you will be asked to decide which of the prints you want, 1st prize gets 3 prints, 2nd gets 2 print, 3rd gets 1 print)
I will ask my followers to pick 10 random numbers on the 15th of December. If your name gets selected you will receive an ask informing you that you won a free sketch, so that you can ask me to draw whatever you want (yes, even hot steamy messes :P). PLEASE have your inbox open. If you don’t have an inbox or it’s disabled, I’m sorry but I’ll have to give your prize to someone else :/ I’m doing this to promote my work and to thank you for sticking with me through thick and thin.
Anonymous asked: Well you just sort of have that classic baddie appearance. It's probably the dark eyes and hair. Especially with your hair slicked back, it's just very sinister. And who's more classic villain than Tom Riddle? You know, when he's till handsome and human and has a nose
Yes, the nose. Definitely a plus ^^ :D *nods* maybe it’s the eyes yeah, I agree, people say they are too intense sometimes. Thank you for answering, my dear anon :)
1 week ago
Anonymous asked: Not to be obvious, but the Master. Also Tom Riddle
Hm, interesting. Care to explain about Tom Riddle? No one has ever likened me to him before, please? :)
Notes: 50668 / 1 week ago
from theswordintheparsnip (originally from drunkbari-deactivated20120425)
which fictional character do you think I resemble the most, in terms of personality?
My tiny Four and I @ ExCeL London Doctor Who 50th Anniversary We had a great time (not that many Classic cosplayers tho, such a shame) I wish I could find the people that took a photo with me, I am such a dork and didnt ask them their details^^
Also I haven’t seen another Master, what happened? :( Weren’t there any? No one likes The Master? That’s impossible :S
Hello, I'm Harry Saxon, an illustrator and comic colourist from Greece that lives in Northern England. In case you're wondering Harold (Harry) Saxon is really my name (at least in the UK) because I changed it. So, it's not a nickname and this is not an RP profile (if you want to RP though, I may have time). I usually blog about Doctor Who, and some other tv shows, clothes, transgender issues and LGBTqia matters, gender equality, gender identity, human rights, my work and things like that. I am not a teenager but maybe sometimes I act like one. I am usually lonely and always reply to asks sooner or later (even if I'm not on tumblr as much as I used to be due to work)