dys4ia is an autobiographical game about the period in my life when i started hormone replacement therapy. it’s a story about me, and is certainly not meant to represent the experience of every trans person. - Anna Anthropy
This game only takes 10 minutes of your time. Play it.
this is such a beautiful and well crafted game.
(Source: thedetailsdevil, via jackalopefever)
I’m going to press the five leaf clover.
I found a five leaf clover today!
Did you do anything nice for Easter? :)
I had a lovely Easter at home with my family and the doggies. My mum baked (vegan) hot cross buns and I got a mini milk easter egg. I also watched episodes of old Dr Who and began learning how to code websites.
Did you have a good Easter?
Creepy paintings by Hikari Shimoda
Hikari Shimoda‘s creepy paintings of children depict them as sweet, sinister, wounded and abused. The eerie mouths, asymmetrical, strange little faces and one-eyed appearance (often one milky eye, one bruised and bloody-looking) of these alien but painfully familiar little beings, rendered in bright or pastel, almost child-friendly, but also quite subtly mixed and profound, colors, all serve to give a creeping sense of the corruption of innocent childhood, an inversion of the saccharine bliss associated with little .
Eyes for Easter.
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