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reindeerofrph:

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Hello everyone, terribly sorry I haven’t been on lately. To make up for it, here’s a requested punk edit tutorial! It’s very thorough, so I hope it helps :)

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mrstomlinsonrph:

♛ This gif hunt includes of 130+, small/medium, high quality gifs of Ash Stymest. None of these gifs are mine, all credits goes to their owners. Please like or reblog this post if you found it helpful. No 24 and 25 code.

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going through my likes to clear them out if i can so sorry if i do a spam of reblogging gif hunts and stuff.

ugh there’s too many “based on” rps nowadays. i don’t care if i don’t need to know about the verse your city site is loosely based upon — i just want a normal frickin real life city site without an overarching idea/plot for me to do my thing on.

↳ BILL SKARSGARD HD GIFS.

ohgifhunts:

[ # 026 ] Bill Skarsgard gif hunt. Expecially from Hemlock Grove. Spoiler alert! The gifs are all small/medium & HD. These are not mine, they belongs to the original, talented creators. Please, if you want me to remove your work from the post, just message me & I’ll do it without a single problem. If you find this post useful, like it or reblog it! Plus, the list could be updated anytime. Save it in your favourites & take a look when you need it!

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Anonymous asked: People saying they're "not comfortable" playing someone who's PoC, transgender, etc really confuse me. Are you implying that these individuals are fundamentally different to the people that you are comfortable playing? Why does the personality you want to attach to your character demand they be white and cisgender? This kind of dehumanizing of certain people tend to carry discriminatory undertones, and as much as it may be alarmist to accuse people of it, I can understand where it comes from.

maliaitates:

the problem with being cis and playing a trans* character is that you have to also understand the lives of real trans* people and understand what their backstories are probably like and try to make it accurate to that. it’s the same as a straight person saying they’re not comfortable playing a gay/lesbian/bi/ace character: they don’t actually know anything about that sexuality, and even though they can get educated, they’d never actually know what it’s like to be them. and even if they are perfectly educated and comfortable playing queer and trans* characters, there are also a ton of queer and trans* roleplayers who attack cis and straight people for it and saying they’re just fetishizing them and portraying them all wrong and basically the cis and straight people can’t win either way

it’s not because they think the personalities they want are strictly for cis/straight characters, it’s because there’s a lot more going on with queer and trans* characters as far as discrimination and internal struggles and everything

Anonymous asked: i personally want to know what's happened to the honor code of rping? following through with things you express interest in (i.e. taking characters), staying on sites for more than the first week. of course sometimes life gets in the way and that's understandable, but there seems to be an increasing amount of people who practice this behavior consistently. and its just depressing to see how crappy ethics creates so many of the bad vibes expressed in these asks. please just be considerate!

Anonymous asked: When denying an application, which of the following is preferable?: denying the app + giving a lengthy reason as to why they're being rejected for everyone to see, simply stating that they're rejected and leaving it at that, or rejecting them + sending a PM regarding why. Or something else entirely? I've seen a lot of the first two, but I don't know if that's considered rude or not.

i also have a generic post when i pend apps that’s basically like, “hey your app doesn’t fit the requirements and you’ll have x amount of time to correct the mistake and a pm will be sent to you shortly” which is when i (obviously) then send them a pm detailing the reason(s) why i had to pend their application. i prefer doing it privately because personally, i always feel embarrassed and humiliated if my application is denied and the admin then goes on to list all the reasons where everyone can see it. the only exceptions to this, usually, are if it’s something as small as they messed up the title topic/description or their images aren’t working (i’m kind of anal and an organization nazi), then i might just ask them if they’re around in the cbox.

but i definitely suggest pending an app and detailing the reasons away from the public eye.

if the issue(s) the app has are something that’s recurring in other apps, then i’d make an announcement regarding the issue(s) without specifying any one person / character, because maybe there’s just general confusion over something.