starlights reblogged lynaiss

A small wolf study.

uh i can't upload images anymore?

I voted. :/

Northern shrike
Lanius borealis

C Paul Hurtado, CC 2.0

Something About Us

I might not be the right one.

It might not be the right time.

But there's something about us I've got to do.

Some kind of secret I will share with you.

[Image ID: Artwork of Haida and Retsuko from Netflix series Aggretsuko. Haida is wearing a black jacket and pants while Retsuko is wearing a white colored blouse with a black skirt. They are sitting at night on a fountain with colorful lights. They sit away from each other though Haida looks back at Retsuko with longing. End ID.]

starlights reblogged babushka
babushka -

Good morning! My heart is breaking from the in side

i fucking really hope i don't have fucking covid because someone forgot to wear a mask

i haven't slept in 24 hours so that could be it but idk

Global Capitalism - Rich Nations and Poor Nations | Renegade Cut

starlights reblogged chicory
chicory -

Folk songs are the best songs because they weren't made up with like, technique and performance in mind but just for the fun and joy of it. I mean people shouldn't be shamed for being 'bad' singers(and that;s like. by the music industry standards. which already makes no sense) anyway, no matter what it is they're singing. I guess what I'm trying to say is that folk songs-like, litteraly, the people's songs- really embody what music is all about at its core and all the best stuff about it, with the way they come to be.

flowerfemme -

are US liberals aware that russia is a real place with real people in it and not just their scary scapegoat they can use any time a leftist or conservative says something they don't like/agree with

starlights reblogged chicory
chicory -

You ever just look at humanity and go "Damn, bitch, we live like this?"

I think the worst part about living in a dystopia is realizing that I've always lived in one and was just too ignorant to realize it, even despite all of the bullshit my family has gone through. The schools I attended even did a decent job talking about how fucked up my country's past was, but I stubbornly clung to my idealism and the belief that people are good at heart. I no longer believe that anyone is inherently good or evil, but it is their environment that enables their morality.

And right now, we live in a society that enables suffering, ignorance, and cruelty. And I can't do anything about it.

Vote you say? Please.

When people around the world and in my country, mock or criticize people in our county for the shitshow we're living in, they don't realize that most people did not want it to be this way. The person I and millions of people voted for technically won, but our votes were nullified because of an outdated and corrupt system. We never really had a choice, just an illusion of one. My vote wouldn't matter even if I could vote and liked one of the candidates.

Protest only works if protesting is safe, and if powerful people have a sense of shame and the will to actually change things...and most don't.

Misinformation on social media is leading to real life suffering and horrific violence. There's technology out there that is rapidly advancing to the point where people can manipulate video and audio so it seems like someone is saying or doing things they aren't. Corrupt broadcasting companies are buying up news networks. Greed and corruption are destroying the planet, and those who are responsible for it don't care because they know they can avoid the worst of it.

I'm beginning to realize that most people aren't going to have the patience or will to fix small problems until we address the big ones. The root of most lessor evils are the greater evils, and it is impossible to fix the lessor evils without acknowledging the greater evils.

I can only hope the next generations are taught to value compassion, history, critical thinking, and humility and that will be enough to salvage what's left of Earth in the future. That people will have their needs met to the point were they aren't trapped in cycles of abuse, or won't cling to harmful and destructive delusions in their efforts to make sense of the world.

Despite everything, I do not hate humanity. Because I think to truly hate humanity would mean letting go of my ability to feel compassion for other human beings, and I'd rather die before that happens.

Don't get me wrong, I'm still a realist. I know a lot of marginalized people are going to suffer for a long time. I don't fault anyone for trying to cling to any happiness they have now.

starlights reblogged rubbertig
supermario -

"You can't make every character trans!" Actually, I'm obligated to. It's part of the trans agenda, you see,

Druid Tabaxi

Wanted to draw a tabaxi for once!

starlights reblogged chicory
babushka -

i wanna know what kind of peak feminism people think they are achieving when they put "im a proud misandrist uwu" in their bio

starlights reblogged star-rice

Magnificent frigatebird, adult and juvenile
Fregata magnificens

C Ε arΕ«nas Burdulis, CC 2.0

starlights reblogged rubbertig
rubbertig -

a cat: *exists*

me: *vibrates*

William Powell Frith, Pope makes love to Lady Mary Montague, 1851, oil on canvas, Aukland City Art Gallery, New Zealand. [X]

flowerfemme -

can't stress enough how important it is for people, young people especially, to not confuse admiring someone with thinking you're friends with someone. parasocial relationships aren't inherently bad, but they can be if the person who has the power in said relationship is a shitty ass shit scum bag. this isn't to victim blame anyone, more to just remind people that your favorite content creators are not your friends. they're not your family. they're not your significant other(s). and they're not people that should put on these high pedastals where they can do no wrong.

i'm still reeling and wanting to just. i dunno, scream? hit something? scream some more? it's very odd.