Fatshion Feb. Brunch with my dad a week ago.
Hey girl!! <3 Ok, I got my cat dress back from the tailor, I swear I’ll take a picture. I’ve definitely been dressing really similarly to you in terms of the school girl thing: baby blue ’50s cardigan, striped gray mini dress with peter pan collar, black over the knees, and saddle shoe heels.
I was on the phone and even so I gasped out loud at these
Chic University photographed by Marc Philbert for Grazia magazine via The Clothes Horse
The last two weeks in some of my favourite outfits. Perfection is an understatement. 👑
Ok I want your wardrobe.
I have hips like these. Babin’
I worked with her!
Okay so you’re hella gorgeous
I need this wardrobe.
And that hair.
Nina Leen via The Clothes Horse
- Books by TWOC
- lunulata asked:Do you know anything about the statistics breaking down gender representation of main characters in young adult novels? I found an article about LGBT novels published in 2013 only and 59% of the main characters of those were cis males, and I was wondering if there was anything that collected stats on genders for ALL YA novels published in the past few years. I'm curious about the overall diversity (or lack thereof) in books. Most things I find are author stats, not protagonists.
Hi! I’m Malinda Lo, co-founder of DiYA, and I’ve been publicly sharing my research about LGBT YA every year for the past few years. Here’s my...