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Karst

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  1. "Pet" is French for "fart". Also, take a look at this Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brand_blunder "In 2019, Mushkegowuk Council Grand Chief told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that Heinz's latest 'Mayochup' product means "shit-face" in Cree."
  2. I understand how you feel. As a non-binary person, I've always had a rough time with social expectations around clothes and cosmetics. Being shoved into a dress for formal occasions was hell for me. Clothes shopping with my parents was also less than enjoyable, since I knew that wandering over to the men's side of a shop wouldn't go over well. Oddly enough, I've gotten more comfortable with some traditionally feminine things as I've come to understand my identity more. I'm fine wearing skirts on hot days, for one thing- they're just more physically comfortable when you live somewhere with humid summers.
  3. Final installment: https://topographicdungeonmap.wordpress.com/2021/06/13/pride-month-art-project-part-iii/
  4. Part II: https://topographicdungeonmap.wordpress.com/2021/06/11/pride-month-art-project-part-ii/
  5. Misread a sign for the "Artisan Food Traders" (a new grocery store in my hometown) as "African Food Crusaders" while I was out shopping.

  6. Assuming that money is no object: I'd have loads and loads of roses, since they're one of my favourite flowers, and they bloom during outdoor-wedding season. The dinner would be vegetarian- probably different kinds of curry, since that's easy for a caterer to make for a large number of people. I think that instead of a cake, I'd have one of those elaborate tiered towers of pastries, so guests could choose between different desserts. I'd hate to have the highlight of the meal be something that someone's allergic to, or just can't stand. I'd rather wear a suit than a dress. I think I'd go for an old-fashioned tailcoat, like you see in BBC dramas. Instead of having a single colour theme, I think I'd decorate the place in rainbows.
  7. Welcome to the forum!
  8. To celebrate Pride, I'm making a series of flag photocollages using images of gemstones and other minerals. All of these images are free for you to use as profile pics, etc. Part 1: Aro: Rainbow: Ace: Bi: LGBT+ POC: Trans: NB:
  9. I saw some elaborate, almost heraldic designs people were making with pride flags, so I made a flag combining some of my identity labels (aromantic+agender).

     

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  10. Traits/types of people I find aesthetically attractive: - Deep voices (bass/low alto) - Grey eyes - Strong-but-chubby body type - Tall women (especially muscular ladies)
  11. In general, I'm not all that interested in stories where the main plot is a romance, although there are a few exceptions. If it's just one plot thread alongside many other elements in the story, that's more interesting to me. To be perfectly honest, I'm a bit weirded out by the dynamics of some straight romances in media. A lot of the pairings in movies and TV seem unhealthy/unstable/forced in one way or another. In real life, I think romantic love can be a wonderful thing ... for other people.
  12. Happy Pride! By the way, do you have an online shop for your stuff?
  13. Personally, I don't feel like there's any strong connection between my being aro/ace and being non-binary. They're both important facets of who I am, but they don't affect each other any more than my love of sketching affects my religious beliefs.
  14. Original lyrics (from Mulan): (Be a man) We must be swift as the coursing river, (Be a man) With all the force of a great typhoon, (Be a man) With all the strength of a raging fire, Mysterious as the dark side of the moon Run through Esperanto, Welsh, Chinese, Xhosa, and Amharic: (To be human) We have to be fast like a river (To be human) With all the power of a mighty wind, (To be human) With all the power of a blazing fire Mysterious as the dark side of the moon
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