gays,

when you put on you’re boyfriend’s shirt when he’s not there and it smells like your boyfriend and it makes you happy

boost if you agree

I bought a ring cuz it's cute.
Now i need a boy to marry too.
(It costs one dollar)

After a couple of days on motivating to complete the "redesign" line: i am glad to introduce to you my other ocs.
These all belong to an universe where a post-apocaliptic China got exterminated of it's citizens by a nuclear blast, and, instead, fruits started to become sentient and evolve by the radiations- this making China be inhabited by humanoid fruits ever since.
This is basically the universe's backstory in a nutshell.
I actually have a full doc laying around my device where it has full specifications of the species, history, and etc. (so does a separate one that tells each oc's full infos).

Each slide contains their reworked design and how they used to be before it. These were all made around 2017-18, but never made any proper development to all of them...until this year came and decided to give a something to them.

All of their stories, tl;dr, are:
- "Papaya" (aka. Azure) came from a small city to a bigger one due to a special event and started a new life at 16;
- Barry (Azure's cousin) used to be of a wealthy family, but got sick of having the "rich kid" life and decided to live normally once older;
- Mérise is an orphan that got adopted by a scientist of an hidden lab. He aspires to be like his "father" one day;
- Lilith was an escaped, failed, experiment from the hidden lab a long while ago. Used to be part of a particular project, she had a big desire to see the outside world. Suffers of abnormal maturity and isn't the best at fashion and dressing.
Her only friend is Azure, days later she came of the surface.

#Programming is a path to freedom. As long as we're willing to learn, we can #code our way out of the ignorance created by proprietary software designed to keep us dumb so to squeeze money and data out of us.

Events like #Hacktoberfest encourages you to not just code but also learn valuable skills like cooperation. Unfortunately, it is hosted by corporate interests... There should be more grassroot events that encourage and reward contributions to #FOSS!

Ass 

I'm liking my ass today. Feeling good, looking good.

I bought a shaving machine.
Damn, shaving never was so easy and painless.
Still want to Lazer my body tho

If you're used to centralised networks like Facebook, you may be wondering why Mastodon and the Fediverse are spread across thousands of sites. Why not just have a single site where people sign up?

There are many important reasons, but maybe the most important is this:

Networks on single sites tend to be bought by bad people when they get popular 😠

It happened to Instagram (bought by Facebook), it happened to Whatsapp (bought by Facebook), it happened to YouTube (bought by Google). It can happen to ANYTHING built entirely around one site.

No matter how much you trust the people who run a site, when someone offers them billions of dollars they may just take the money.

Decentralised networks, where there is no central site, are much more resistant to buyouts.

No one owns the global email network, thousands of indie players like @Tutanota and @protonmail are able to offer alternatives, and if one provider behaves badly you can switch to a different provider.

#FediTips #Fediverse

I took a look at gab. No registration, just taking a lot at the main site.
I don't know what is worst. That shit or 8kun.
Fuck me

Here's some art that i did back when i had my AF account (sort of) active, each done this year.
Almost all of these artworks had been uploaded to my profile as attacks, but the last one never got to be there due to not, at the time, aknowledging that AF is an yearly event that only lasts a few months and never for the whole year instead.

I knew of this platform back when i was on a small art block, and some of my online friends suggested me to register there and have fun.
On the bright side, i got rid of my art block and surely had blast doing art of ocs i saw around (and cherry picking which used to appeal more to my tastes).
Even though the source i referenced from used to be simple looking:
i always have this habit of going all out and best depict the character basing from their desc. or the vibes the image is supposed to give off.

After a certain while of doing activities on the acc, i started being curious on browsing the site and, unsurprisingly, find out it's full of kids...and after some while realized that the scoring system was incredibly flawed.
Tl;dr, you don't even need to put an huge amount of effort to your art at all- you can simply circumvent the whole system by making a scribble that fills in all of the tags possible (shading, bg, patterns, multiple ocs in full-body): et voilà, you'll get cheap art with a ridiculously high score!
Besides that, i had also saw that some users get to circumvent the site's feats for other uses (ex. use the oc entry to request anyone to make an oc for you) and, if you want to make your own profile very fancy:
you must pay a subscription. Damn, looks boring seeing another art community making clear differences between the "peasants" and rich users for the 1000th time.

Details aside, if you want to check my AF: here's the link
(sadly, there's no way to bypass the login screen- unless making an userscript for it, lol)
https://artfight.net/~Baempaieo

tumblr is proof that porn bans do not in fact ban porn

I've made an alternative frontend to Medium:

scribe.rip

If you, like me, are occasionally forced to read articles on medium.com, now you can read them on Scribe instead! Feedback welcome.

#OpenSource #crystallang

This is my collection of LGBT+ Cubes. What started as a simple exercise to practice and expand my knowledge in Blender, has become an artistic contribution to the LGBT+ community, of which I am very proud. I have also expanded it beyond the initial 4 designs, to include more non-binary identities and orientations. If there is a person who identifies with any label, and that identity has a flag, then it is worthy of inclusion in this collection.

This one has the colors of the GenderQueer flag.
Lavender: The mixture of blue and pink (traditional colors associated with men and women, present on the transgender pride flag) as lavender is meant to represent androgynes and androgyny. Also represents the “queer” in genderqueer, as lavender is a color that has long been associated with “queerness” , including gay, lesbian, and bisexual communities.
White: Meant to represent agender identity, congruent with the gender neutral white on the transgender pride flag.
Dark Chartreuse Green: The inverse of the lavender color; meant to represent “third gender” identity, i.e. those whose identities are defined outside of and without reference to the binary.
The purpose of the flag is to help create visibility for the genderqueer community and related identities.

You can download full 4K wallpaper at my telegram channel:
https://t.me/lgbtcubescollection

#lgbt #queer
This is my collection of LGBT+ Cubes. What started as a simple exercise to practice and expand my knowledge in Blender, has become an artistic contribution to the LGBT+ community, of which I am very proud. I have also expanded it beyond the initial 4 designs, to include more non-binary identities and orientations. If there is a person who identifies with any label, and that identity has a flag, then it is worthy of inclusion in this collection.

This one represents the transgender community. The original flash consists of five horizontal stripes. Two light blue which is the traditional color for baby boys, two pink for girls, with a white stripe in the center for those who are transitioning, who feel they have a neutral gender or no gender, and those who are intersex.

You can download full 4K wallpaper at my telegram channel:
https://t.me/lgbtcubescollection
#lgbt #trans
This is my collection of LGBT+ Cubes. What started as a simple exercise to practice and expand my knowledge in Blender, has become an artistic contribution to the LGBT+ community, of which I am very proud. I have also expanded it beyond the initial 4 designs, to include more non-binary identities and orientations. If there is a person who identifies with any label, and that identity has a flag, then it is worthy of inclusion in this collection.

The bisexual pride flag was designed by Michael Page in 1998 to give the bisexual community its symbol comparable to the gay pride flag of the larger LGBTQ+ Community.
The pink color represents sexual attraction to the same gender. The blue represents sexual attraction to the opposite gender (or a different gender in the case of nonbinary genders) and the resultant overlap color, purple, represents sexual attraction to 2 or more genders.

You can download full 4K wallpaper at my telegram channel:
https://t.me/lgbtcubescollection

#lgbt #bisexual

My Google Takeout with all of my data arrived 3 days ago, i just forgot about it lol.

Fucking 24 gb if data (do be honest, i deleted some)
I think most of it could be Google photos, but yeah, it's a lot.
It will take a while to download.

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