KozmoFox

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  1. I get asked so much how I got into omo and I never know how to answer, like its something specific for everybody BUT me apparently. My answer is always something like "Man, idk. Puberty and the development of my sexual identity?"

    1. Misteriousmr

      Phah, that CAN'T be it, there has to be a specific reason or else you're a wierdo and a freak and also a weirdo!!11!!!1!

      No but for real, though people don't really ask me about it (apart from the time I told my sister, we're very close) I do think about it myself sometimes, and I simply do not have an answer. Why do I like this? Because I do, and that's all that matters, right?

  2. R a v i o l i  R a v i o l i  d o n ' t   l e w d   t h e  d r a g o n  l o l i

    1. Lisk

      But ravioli are lewd by design!

    2. Misteriousmr

      Bucatini Bucatini what are you gonna do about itini?2125407%20-%20Kanna%20Strawberry_(artist

      I'msorry

  3. This is definitely the place for this! I was going to message you about this topic because I saw the topic you tried to post, but I see you've already found it :) Have fun!
  4. I'll look into it next time I do anything! That only took a few days LOL @NYburbsGuy I'm glad you enjoyed it! I'm always so happy when people enjoy my writings, it makes me feel like I'm being the best contributor I can be ^^ Dude I mean....here's to hoping! I might just fall over squealing with joy if this were to get that high! I would die of happiness! Nothing worth writing about! I often take part in the privacy of my own home but those ones would be dreadfully boring tales. Things like "I held for a bit then peed" are better suited to ongoing stints in the live action thread, in my opinion, and that thread tends to bore me because I get impatient and lose interest in any audience very quickly. I consider it there in spirit <3
  5. As someone with a background studying religion and cultures, who has studied them to the point where I've been to mosques and spoken to their workers, visited monasteries, met Hindu's and Jainists and all sorts of religious people and backgrounds, who has become intimately familiar with the teachings and scriptures and general ideologies of countless religious sects, including Islam, I never cease to be baffled about how much people think they know about the religious portion of Islam and are completely wrong. Not even debateably, not vaguely, just outright objectively wrong about what the religion is. Its often the same stuff over and over too, people who make guesses based on what they've seen often do so over faulty information given the political climate surrounding such shoves diarrhea down the throats of all that will listen, and the people that want to be against the entire religion because "muh terrorism" have the worst track record on earth of ignorantly cherry picking lines from various sources without any regard to context, nor the sects that do and don't follow them (In the vast majority of cases, the majority of total population wouldn't even be looking in the direction of said line.) After all, believe it or not, Islam has many sects and believing they're all for the same things is like lumping together Jews/Christians/Protestants/Anglicans/Catholics/Etc. The assumption that Muslims cannot integrate into normal society is absurd: Millions already have with no problem. Outsiders pay no mind to the inner workings of such beliefs, nor the infighting of such beliefs or the differences between say the Shia or the Sunni or even the Ahmaddiyah (Which can get really significant depending on the topic of discussion: by the time someone generalizes "Islam" they're often already wrong about whatever they're trying to prove.) One of the biggest culprits are people who talk about Sharia Law. Its always a hilarious rollercoaster to watch people dish out "facts" about Sharia Law and almost always be misinformed in some way or another; its something I've tackled in the debate forum multiple times and each time someone in opposition had just about zero idea what they were ACTUALLY talking about. Everything I just said goes for both sides of things, for or against. I could honestly write a dissertation on this topic alone, and the misguided concepts of a people on any foreign culture, really. Its absolutely rampant and really requires more study if everyone is ever to come together as the human race. This is also something I've studied and wrote about in the field of folklore: how societies, especially 1st world ones, have a near-fascination with painting other cultures as "The Other." It happens in North America with every other culture, straight across time itself. Urban Legends and folktales develop, painting this new strange presence as something to be feared but also intrigued by with their forms of taboo/against-the-norm lifestyles ("The chinese cooked my dog and fed it to me!" "I took this rock from Hawaii on vacation, and I've been cursed with bad luck by their god Pele for my transgression!" "It is a Muslims duty to kill non-believers!": All of which are urban legend cycles with significant study around them, and folklorists study why such urban legends arise!) Muslims weren't the first to be subjected to becoming "the other", nor will they even remotely be the last. TL;DR Its not racism to fear something based on what information you possess that paints something as threatening, however it is ignorant to fear a people without truly understanding it, which in itself is an oxymoron, as most fears stem from things we do not truly understand. You do you, but if any particular religion/culture strikes up fear in you I advise you to actually visit your nearest mosque/monastery/church/what have you, speak to the people there and the religious leaders present, get to know the environment, what goes on there, what it means, and open yourself up to this way of living and have a good time being there and talking to these people and learning about this other culture up close and personally. I feel 90% of people in such a position would feel a million times better about things if they did this.
  6. @Misteriousmr You still avoided a very specific thing I asked. You say you accept the people, but at the same time you say you see them in an entirely different way. That they can be whatever they want, but you see them an entirely different way. Let's say you're in a one on one conversation with the Phoebe/Phil example person. Do you call them Phoebe or Phil? In conversation with said person, do you call them a man or a woman? Biologically they are female but we're talking about social interaction and thus social connotation and thus in turn, gender and not sex. Would you refuse to call them what they truly are, throw their gender dysphoria back in their face and cite "BIOLOGY!" as if its a 100% valid excuse to break this persons heart? You say your points of view on either side, but never address getting right down to the hard knocks of this specific thing, how you treat the people in question.
  7. I might have an extreme problem with this statement, depending on what you meant by it. I do understand what you are saying, many several years ago in my teens I let people I met on tumblr (The hive of SJW's everywhere) convince me I was a boy. Because gender is a social construct and the way I socially acted was masculine, therefore I must've been trans, and I fuckin' believed them, when actually I was just a huge tomboy and one of the bro's. Still am too, and liking pretty clothes and the like doesn't take that away. But at the time thinking I was trans due to the shit they put in my head put me through some very dark places resulting in some mental (and unfortunately physical) scars. I have extreme familiarity with the people you talk about, and I very much see where you're coming from. I have since come back to form and feel much more comfortable with who I am now. However. I do not entirely agree with the way you go about it, that statement I quoted included. You've made correct observations, but at the same time severely misguided judgements based on said observations, especially depending on what you mean by phrases like the statement in question. Seeing somebody and making an assumption on how they identify if they look very feminine or very masculine is understandable. If you see an obvious female by sex, wearing very feminine attire and generally all femmed out, its obvious that one would conclude that the person in question are female by both sex and gender. But. If when you say you don't care you mean, say, you meet this person and you find out they're a closeted trans. They have severe gender dysphoria and identify as a man. Their name is Phoebe, but they wish nothing more to be called Philip, but is currently too scared to ask that of people. They wish to transition, but in the meantime while they work things out with their shrink and generally get over all their anxieties, and to avoid persecution by friends and family, they're staying as feminine as possible even though it kills them inside to pretend to be someone they are not until they're absolutely sure they can be. You meet this person and hear their story. If your response is "I don't care. You're a woman, deal with it."... If I was friends with this person I would deck you on the spot, because that's a horrible thing to say to a suffering human being. So god, I really hope that's not the case. I think you've been watching waaaay too much sensationalist media and paying waaaay too much attention to what SJW's think in say, because they are FAR from the majority, and the stuff they scream about is mostly ignored, which in some cases is extremely fortunate, and in some cases extremely unfortunate (like the movie thing brought up here) because boy let me tell you, being a trans person isn't all sunshine and rainbows. You don't get golden carpets, you don't get special treatment. You get fear, anxiety, and shit on by everyone around you and it REALLY sucks. One of my friends is a trans person. She's a loving mother who has a son from before she transitioned and she's the best mom I've ever seen. She now identifies as a female, has had her license changed to reflect her new name and the like, she's on hormones to transition and everything. I'm sure you're thinking everyone's treating her like a special snowflake because of how you see society now, which really sucks since she's been kicked out of her home for being that way, and not only will her own mother take her in, said mother is trying to take her son away from her because she's "sick", and sick people can't take care of children. I know many people in the LGBT+ community. Some trans, plenty homosexual, quite a few bisexual including myself, hell, some even bigender and agender. Guess how many are treated like unique special snowflakes? None, unless you count support from their friends. Guess how many are going through hell because of it? Just about all of them, from persecution to harassment to downright sexual assault. So when you say Pardon my french, but I don't know what the fuck you're talking about! Because it sure as hell isn't coming from the OUTSIDE of their community, a media sensationalist like Obama or Ellen Degeneres campaigning for them won't stop them from being beaten in the streets or decapitated in other countries! And if you mean from inside their own community...then what are you so upset about? People being welcomed and accepted for who they are within their community and having the GALL to hope someone on the outside might also recognize them for who they are? It's not elitism or superiority to want that. To NEED that. It shouldn't make you so uncomfortable and want to make threads about it and how steadfastly you want to hold some sort of "moral ground" on how they are. Threads like this are one of the many EXACT reasons they need to yell so damn loud! And this line. Given the whole fact that gender and sex are two different distinct terms that are objective and definitive has already been brought up... Same as above, with the Phoebe/Philip example. Would you emotionally spit in their face and say "Nah, I don't care. Look at those tits, you're a woman. To hell with how you feel, I won't acknowledge you for who you are" ? Because again. Decked on the spot. I really hope this isn't the case like your words seem to imply. TL;DR I hope you're not treating other human beings less than you would another human being based on a preconceived bias regarding elitism and superiority that doesn't hold up or exist outside of a very niche sect of society represented by very loud and angry people that nobody listen to; especially when the people in question are likely suffering a great deal because of who they are and are not in fact treated special for it. Unless by special you mean how they're being treated special in Russia, where they're apparently being put into camps? So please. Do clarify your statements a bit? Because they paint an extremely ill picture.
  8. Don't give up, skeleton.

  9. Be warned of much nudity in that post.
  10. I'm starting this in a bit. I'll make sure to come back and let you know what I think of it! Pajama route first! I'll start at the half hour after cutoff from bathroom mark of the rapid desperation method, me thinks. I don't want to start it empty.
  11. We've inevitably hit the pedophilia accusations, like I figured we would, so is time to nuke the thread. There are just some topics that cannot be civilly talked about forever, and this is one of them. I encourage debate, as its healthy, but this is one of those ones that is doomed to never ever cease, given that even mildly entertaining the concept of changing things from what they are opens way too many extremely uncomfortable doors to ever reach a proper conclusion that is good for everybody. As a result, we end up right about here. Please, for the love of god, be nice to each other. When tense topics like this come up, you have to step out of your bubble a little and put yourself in peoples shoes instead of being extremely immature and screaming pedo at the top of your lungs. This gets nowhere fast and just lands a thread on the fast track to flame war two. I'm ending flame war two before it starts by seeing your pedo harbor and raising you an atomic thread lock. Also; age bar isn't getting lowered around here anytime soon and all underage members will be ban-erino'ed on sight with my glorious banhammer, banjolnir. Please don't campaign for otherwise; the rules aren't negotiable.
  12. Someone admitted it without a fight not 15 minutes ago and it was dealt with. You make a lot of assumptions. This happens in a faaaar more common manner than you seem to think.
  13. Diamond Neith & Ra reporting in Attack fire giant D:<
  14. No, that is not allowed.