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"It appears that the presence of peers who are experiencing the same struggles, a “social convey” couters isolation and suicide among LGBT teens. A recent study found that in schools with established gay-straight alliances, not only was suicidal behavior reduced in homosexual and bisexual students, but it was also decreased among other students who attended those schools."
LGBT Suicide Prevention Must Start in Our Schools,by Dr. Neeral Sheth.  (via wertheyouth)
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I RP in a fandom where the source material takes place in a historical era most of the fans know nothing about, other than through the source material. As a result, most of their RPs are wildly historically inaccurate. Meanwhile, I’m passionate about the era. I still enjoy the fandom, but I keep having to stop myself from jumping into random fans’ asks and correcting them about everything. I don’t want to be the pedantic nerd who makes everyone feel bad about their fun.
Are you a woman who is attracted to more than one gender?
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midenianscholar:

3 Tips for Designing a Flag
When you make up a country, it’s easy to get caught up in the whirl of landscape and custom and fashion. But don’t forget to build details like its flag’s colors or design!
Designing a flag can help you discover something new about your country’s history and myths. Just have a look at some of our real-life flags and all the history, stereotypes, and attitudes associated with them. (The Union Jack and the imperialism ingrained in its very design. The American flag, the very image of which seems to conjure eagles and liberty (or rednecks). Canada’s red leaf and maple syrup. You get the picture.)
Even if your novel doesn’t delve into the Deep Meanings behind your design, you should know it. A flag helps form national identity, and some of that identity will impact your character(s).
Ergo: Flags are important.
But more importantly, flags are fun.
1. Look at other (real) flags for inspiration.
When I decided to make my flag, I went on the prowl to find my favorite flag designs from around the world. I already knew that I wanted to steal the Venetian flag layout (above), but I wanted to take a look at other options. I compiled a secret Pinterest board of flag designs, then printed thumbnails to arrange in my journal and pick my favorites.
Duly inspired, I went on to…
(keep reading)
midenianscholar:

3 Tips for Designing a Flag
When you make up a country, it’s easy to get caught up in the whirl of landscape and custom and fashion. But don’t forget to build details like its flag’s colors or design!
Designing a flag can help you discover something new about your country’s history and myths. Just have a look at some of our real-life flags and all the history, stereotypes, and attitudes associated with them. (The Union Jack and the imperialism ingrained in its very design. The American flag, the very image of which seems to conjure eagles and liberty (or rednecks). Canada’s red leaf and maple syrup. You get the picture.)
Even if your novel doesn’t delve into the Deep Meanings behind your design, you should know it. A flag helps form national identity, and some of that identity will impact your character(s).
Ergo: Flags are important.
But more importantly, flags are fun.
1. Look at other (real) flags for inspiration.
When I decided to make my flag, I went on the prowl to find my favorite flag designs from around the world. I already knew that I wanted to steal the Venetian flag layout (above), but I wanted to take a look at other options. I compiled a secret Pinterest board of flag designs, then printed thumbnails to arrange in my journal and pick my favorites.
Duly inspired, I went on to…
(keep reading)
midenianscholar:

3 Tips for Designing a Flag
When you make up a country, it’s easy to get caught up in the whirl of landscape and custom and fashion. But don’t forget to build details like its flag’s colors or design!
Designing a flag can help you discover something new about your country’s history and myths. Just have a look at some of our real-life flags and all the history, stereotypes, and attitudes associated with them. (The Union Jack and the imperialism ingrained in its very design. The American flag, the very image of which seems to conjure eagles and liberty (or rednecks). Canada’s red leaf and maple syrup. You get the picture.)
Even if your novel doesn’t delve into the Deep Meanings behind your design, you should know it. A flag helps form national identity, and some of that identity will impact your character(s).
Ergo: Flags are important.
But more importantly, flags are fun.
1. Look at other (real) flags for inspiration.
When I decided to make my flag, I went on the prowl to find my favorite flag designs from around the world. I already knew that I wanted to steal the Venetian flag layout (above), but I wanted to take a look at other options. I compiled a secret Pinterest board of flag designs, then printed thumbnails to arrange in my journal and pick my favorites.
Duly inspired, I went on to…
(keep reading)