After a year hiatus, my shop is open!
This time around, I'll be using a slot based system, as my old system became a bit too overwhelming for us.
My Etsy Shop is linked in my signature, and most of my examples are on my FA page, but here are some of my most recent works:
I used to get bullied for wearing anything that wasn't two sizes too big. I would have loved to wear yoga pants for comfort. But apparently where I went to school, 160 wasn't skinny enough. And I'm 5'7"
I know that I also have it, just not as severe as he. I have loads of other problems that therapy would be good for.
I will ask him if he is seeing anyone or if he'd like to talk to a fellow Aspie about things.
Ah, I mis-read your wording, sorry about that. I do that frequently.
I'm not sure how to help him, or if he already seeks help. He has severe Asperger Syndrome. (I know, don't we all, blah blah blah,) but he legitimately has it. He can't function very well in normal society, and the only...
While I personally never dressed like a hooker, I was often bullied or teased due to my garments regardless of what I wore. It doesn't matter what you're wearing. People will find a way to use it as a distraction.
Particularly if you bend over and your butt shows on accident because you're an...
I wasn't referring to my own life. Right now, paying rent, working, and playing Dota are consuming mine.
But yes, I have noticed those who are very immersed in the fandom are also people with low self-esteem. Particularly my friend.
While at first I saw it as cute and heartwarming, I can totally see the negative aspects above posters have pointed out. Not every "furry" has sexual RP, or goes to cons, etc., etc.
But for those in the fandom whose fuzziness consumes their entire lives, this might make them feel better.
One of my characters is half cyborg. He was working on spacecraft, when his intern made a terrible mistake, and caused a huge explosion, burning the right half of his body. (Think Two-Face, just...the whole right side of his body).