lavender-sprinkles: Can you believe that canonical autistic characters like Julia from Sesame Street, the Blue Ranger in the Power Rangers movie, Symmetra in Overwatch, and even Rick from Rick & Morty have only come out in the last 2 years?… Read moreThe Power of the Autistic Community
writingtipsandtricks: Hi! Apologies for the delay in my reply. This is an interesting question. From my limited research and some base knowledge I got from talking to friends, modern Egyptians tend to speak their own dialect of Arabic if I’m… Read moreSo, I’m writing a book about a girl going to her alternate self in another universe. In one, she is born in America and speaks only English. In the other she is born in Egypt and speaks Egyptian. I’m writing the book in english, but I want her to obviously speak Egyptian in her other universe, but the words to be in English and not half and half. Do you have a suggestion on how to write that ? – J
By 35 you should have returned to your childhood home to discover the ancient evil you and your friends thought you’d defeated when you were all 12 has risen again, say retirement experts. — Julius Goat (Read Pinned Tweet!) (@JuliusGoat)… Read moreRT @JuliusGoat: By 35 you should have returned to your childhood home to discover the ancient evil you and your friends thought you’d defeated when you were all 12 has risen again, say retirement experts.
astriiformes: very good d&d idea for DMs: have your players run into a rival adventuring party that specializes in dealing with undead and other spooky monsters, consisting of an oath of devotion paladin, an enchantment wizard, an inquisitive rogue, and… Read more
writingtipsandtricks: Hello! Apologies for the delay in my reply. In my experience, enthusiasm is nice in a healthy amount and you can show that in your character’s expressions. If someone is into another person like that, they’re gonna look interested!… Read moreHey there! I’m trying to write a scene where a male and a female sleep together. It’s supposed to be casual, and I have the female instigating it, but I don’t know how to write the male response without falling into one of two annoying stereotypes; a. The overly-eager, vaguely misogynistic dude, or b. The slightly slut-shaming holier-than-thou guy who says no. I hope this makes sense. Do you have any advice on writing a response that seems sensible? Thanks in advance!