This is important to see and understand for everyone. Please, if you see someone in a public restroom that you think might not belong there because they don’t look like you, don’t scream or yell at them, have some compassion and go about your business.
^^ 90% of trans* kids don’t feel safe at school, and one part of the problem is that they have no safe access to bathrooms. kids have been expelled for using the “wrong” bathroom, others are bullied or beat up, trans adults are chased out by security, harassed, and humiliated. something as simple as going to the bathroom becomes a daunting, scary, and even dangerous endeavor and its got to stop. we all deserve privacy, dignity, and safety in the restroom.
Naida headed on down to the bay, wearing a casual blouse and skirt. She had a day off from all her duties so she decided to spend it relaxing on the beach with a good book. She kicked off her shoes and got settled in the sand, pulling out her copy of Peter Pan and flipping past the preface with a gloved finger. The spring air was mild and the wind from the ocean was almost gentle. It was a good day for relaxation…
Kuzon walked down the the beach. The wind was only soft so there wouldn’t be that large waves. Kuzon was slightly disappointed since he wanted to surf but it wan’t going to happen. He shrugged and grinned when he made it. He kicked off his clothes and boots, digging his toes into the ground.
The medic lay back in the sand, holding the book above her as she read. Out of the corner of her vision she saw a familiar figure. She turned her head towards it to get a better look. Was that…Kuzon? A smile tugged at her scarred lips. It was! She sat up and put her book down waving over to him. “Hey Kuzon, over here!”
Kuzon looked over at the sound of someone calling to and so Naida waving to him. He grinned and picked up his shirt and boots. He jogged over to her, “Hey. How’s it been?” He grinned and dropped his things next to her. He sat down and ran his hands through the sand, “It’s been far too long.”
“I’ve been alright, and yeah it has!” Naida smiled, leaning back into a relaxed position. It was really good to see her valentine. “What brings you to the bay today?”
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Fandoms that have had a long break:
Fandoms that were all but dead, then came back:
Introducing someone New to your Fandom:
Watching them slowly become part of you Fandom:
When someone insults your Fandom:
When someone Likes a Fandom you don’t:
When Fandom Wars Start:
When another Fandom wins a Fandom War:
When Non-Fandom People think your Fandom is Weird:
Lets not forget when someone new joins the fandom
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Tahno blinked as he opened his eyes. He could barely see, as the light blinded him. Tahno rubbed his eyes and slowly came to the realization that he was on an island. Alone. Tahno sat up and bent some water towards him. He washed his hair out. A shadow moved in front of him…
Naida awoke with a splitting headache. “Nnnn….what happened….where am I…” The medic sat up and looked around, shielding her eyes from the blinding sun. She was on an island, and looking out across the waters there was no other land in sight. How in Yue’s name did she get here? She stood up, dusting the sand off her skirt and legs. She figured the best thing to do would be to start walking and see if she could find someone who might tell her where she is. After a bit of walking she spotted a figure bending the water from the ocean. She cautiously stepped a bit closer trying to make her presence known. “H-hello, um…do you know where we are?”
“No…I don’t remember how I got here. Do you?” Tahno looked up into the woman’s blue eyes. She was kinda short, compared to him. She had short brown hair. “Wh-Who are you? I haven’t met you..”
Naida shook her head looking over at him with her sole cerulean hue. “I don’t remember anything either, sorry…last thing I remember I was walking home, then I woke up here.” She raised her eyebrow a bit as she realized she recognized that voice. “Hey, you’re Tahno of the wolfbats aren’t you? I’ve heard you play on the radio!” A warm smile spread across her scarred lips as she extended a gloved hand forward. “I’m Naida, it’s an honor to meet you.”