Seven Shards Chapter TeaserThe black haired figure approached the sod house circle, twin blades obviously strapped to his back,. He wore a sleeveless cloak with the hood pulled low over his face, but nothing aside from his blades and his second pair of ears marked him as anything more than an average Wylt traveler. His two pairs of wolf's ears were black with some red mottling to them, as was his longer than average tail. He stood a bit tall for an average Wylt, which drew the clan's suspicious gaze to the stranger's approach. In general Wulf-Wylt were not necessarily a suspicious folk, though they did tend to avoid those who were not their kind. Physical characteristics such as wolf ears and tails marked individuals as either Wylt or not Wylt. This stranger seemed to be both. Young hunters from the clan stopped their work to stare, and many reached for their weapons that lay close to hand. The stranger paid no heed to the actions of the young. He made his way toward the hut near the center of the circle, makingSeven Shards Chapter Teaser by Wynter-Heart
You might be a feminist...Over the past few months, I have seen some scathing attacks by both men and women on feminism become highly popular deviations with thousands of “faves” here on .You might be a feminist... by 914four
The one thing they all had in common appears to be a significant lack of understanding about what feminism is, and many of the comments supported these misconceptions. In many cases, they were a response to a perceived injustice by a so-called feminist (who probably did not have have a clue about feminism either) hiding behind the term to support said injustice.
"The difficult part in an argument is not to defend one's opinion but rather to know it." - Andre Maurois
I recently tried to explain this to another deviant, as a reply to one of these popular rants, that this is akin to saying that Christianity is all about eradicating Islam, or Islam is based on eradicating Christianity; anyone who makes such a statement is obviously misguided, and does not