The material is an unusual silk Edo komon remnant of foxes running in fields with their tails aloft. Foxes are often associated with tales of the supernatural, so it is interesting to speculate as to the original textile, and its wearer.
I don’t really have much to say about the Zoe Quinn controversy. Well, I do but it’s too exhausting and depressing to relate here.
The main thing I want to say though is where’s the apology to Wizardchan? There’s absolutely no proof they ever attacked Zoe Quinn. They are harmless, in fact, the board serves as a safe space for depressed guys. Why is that considered so evil and repulsive?
There’s rotten apples everywhere but I see a great deal of support and friendship at Wizardchan and that outweighs the rare outburst of anger (even then, almost always directed at the self).
They’re easy to pick on exactly because of their mental health issues. We should seek to protect and help those in need, not use them to further petty agendas.
Last night I was watching Himitsu no Akko-chan— more specifically, the remake from the late 80s. Its ending credits sequence sent me for quite the loop, and I showed it to shuryorin so she would share my surprise.
I’m a longtime magical girl fan, but I’m new to pre-Sailor Moon majokkos, so I really did NOT expect the credits to have not one but three shots of Akko using a gun. Or Star Wars, Rambo, and Back to the Future references, either.