The Fluffy Coyote Corner
Uh, hello. I am 17, gay, and live in the USA. I post furries, my ocassional/semi-steady stream of art, and things I think are funny, so yeah. I think that's the best blurb I can write about myself.
trungles:

nitrateglow:

allronix:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I told my frozen-obsessed friend that I thought Lilo and Nani are more realistic sisters than Anna and Elsa and my friend said ‘Lilo and Nani don’t count because they’re not princesses’. It really hurt that my friend would say something so horrid and superficial, especially since Lilo and Nani helped me through hard times."

They aren’t princesses and that IS what makes them better. They are working-class Hawaiians who have to worry about bills, social services, keeping a job, school, and the stuff most of us working-class stiffs can totally relate to. They live in a messy, run-down house in a state with ridiculously-high cost of living. They may by Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, or mixed-race on top of it. They aren’t some far off fairyland fantasy, they’re ordinary folk in an extraordinary situation once the wayward Experiment 626 lands in their lap.
Do I like Frozen? It was okay, and Ms. Menzel could sing the phone book and make it sound good, but I adored the realism in L&S.

Lilo and Stitch is a much superior film to Frozen, and Nani and Lilo are a much more compelling portrait of familial love than Anna and Elsa.

I enjoyed both films, but Lilo and Stitch hits me HARD.

trungles:

nitrateglow:

allronix:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I told my frozen-obsessed friend that I thought Lilo and Nani are more realistic sisters than Anna and Elsa and my friend said ‘Lilo and Nani don’t count because they’re not princesses’. It really hurt that my friend would say something so horrid and superficial, especially since Lilo and Nani helped me through hard times."

They aren’t princesses and that IS what makes them better. They are working-class Hawaiians who have to worry about bills, social services, keeping a job, school, and the stuff most of us working-class stiffs can totally relate to. They live in a messy, run-down house in a state with ridiculously-high cost of living. They may by Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, or mixed-race on top of it. They aren’t some far off fairyland fantasy, they’re ordinary folk in an extraordinary situation once the wayward Experiment 626 lands in their lap.

Do I like Frozen? It was okay, and Ms. Menzel could sing the phone book and make it sound good, but I adored the realism in L&S.

Lilo and Stitch is a much superior film to Frozen, and Nani and Lilo are a much more compelling portrait of familial love than Anna and Elsa.

I enjoyed both films, but Lilo and Stitch hits me HARD.

kurosunanomei:

arseniks:

when you finish a drawing and you like it 

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I will never not reblog this.

rukithefurry:

quiet-desperati0n:

I am a feminist because
I don’t think this video could be much more relevant.

free-ottawe:

housewifeswag:

why is there water coming from my eyes

at least i can tell them apart now

wessasaurus-rex:

SHE DIDN’T EVEN FUCKING LOOK

shyrule:

Panic! At The Disco dedicating Girls/Girls/Boys to the WBC

Anonymous inquiried: You should draw a puma wearing puma shoes.

iguanamouth:

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khl0ekardashian:

When you have to drop a friend off and your mamas calling you yelling that you’re past your curfew

khl0ekardashian:

When you have to drop a friend off and your mamas calling you yelling that you’re past your curfew

askthecuriouslarvitar:

effington:

I was taking a pano of the sky and he ran around me

That is amazing XD

askthecuriouslarvitar:

effington:

I was taking a pano of the sky and he ran around me

That is amazing XD