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Being good to each other is so important, guys.

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text tricks; click the <html> button in the corner


<small> makes things smaller. the more <small> you use, the smaller it gets.

<big> same applies with big

<sup> makes things go up up up up

<sub> makes things go down down down down

<u> makes underlines (only seen on…


What even are cats?


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So I went to the great SMASH! Fest and acquired myself the four elements bending scrolls to take to my Avatar lessons, now I just need to practice them well before I start going into avatar state and bend the shit out of everything in the world

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Given that disabled protagonist and queer protagonists are hard to find, it’s no surprise that protagonists who are both queer and disabled are even more rare. We wanted to highlight a couple of YA novels that do feature these characters …

Six YA novels featuring queer disabled protagonists:

Passenger by Andrew Smith
Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis
The Shattering by Karen Healey
Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green & David Levithan
Fat Angie by e.E. Charlton-Trujillo
Far From You by Tess Sharpe

We have not yet had a chance to review any of these at Disability in Kidlit, and we’d love to hear more about them. Have you read any of these? Share your thoughts!

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white people: made fun of on the internet

black people: profiled in real life and can be killed for looking out of place in a neighborhood

yeah i feel u it really does go both ways

Just because you believe one is worse doesn’t make it okay to do either

believe? where do personal beliefs come into play here. call me old fashioned but i’m pretty sure being murdered is still objectively worse than being fun of.

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look at this thing i got at the airport when leaving germany

it’s a giant tic tac box filled with tiny tic tac boxes

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