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Since pretty much birth, I have loved Disney movies. I spent my childhood watching the old animated classics, falling in love with the songs, and automatically befriending anyone who also adored the iconic princesses. (I still do! Mulan is my favorite princess, if you would like to bond over the greatness of the original movie.) I have a certain sentimentality regarding Disney movies, and so in recent years, it's been a little difficult coming to terms with the ceaseless, ever-growing mountain o
So I just spent today reading, reviewing, and judging all my entries for the Love, ______ Challenge, and I've never been happier to just sit back and enjoy your stories in my life. Every single one of them gave me so many feelings, and I just wanted to thank each and every one of you who entered. Reading all these beautiful, or happy-ending, or creative (or all three!) stories about queer couples made me happier than you can imagine. ?
A quick reminder about the prizes! (I'm going to be leav
In my (very biased) opinion, Chinese is one of the coolest languages. Today I'm going to go on a very long ramble of different parts of the Chinese written language that I think are very, very interesting. It might appear to be really strange to English speakers, especially since Chinese is, grammatically, very simple. In some ways, this makes it more difficult for me to grasp it fully, because I always try to force English grammar into Chinese phrases, which turns out sounding strange and wonky