discussions of trauma and transphobia
discussions of trauma and transphobia
breeding, pregnancy discussion, transformation, blood
Blood, gore, sex, pain, transformation
As the prospect of further damage to pro-abortion laws looms in the United States, including the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade, I wanted to illustrate one area where such a measure would likely fall short: Colorado. Since 2010, Coloradans have rejected several attempts to restrict abortion and have kept Colorado one of the most lenient states in the nation with regards to abortion and other elements of reproductive healthcare. This article will examine those attempts in 2010, 2014, and 2020.
Redistricting cycles for the United States House of Representatives have historically been times of great change in the composition of Congress. As districts are redrawn according to law, some incumbents get drawn into more competitive districts, drawn in with another incumbent, or find their new district not right for them. This has led to cycles which result in many retirements, vacancies, and the defeat of incumbents in primaries or general elections.
With Colorado’s new congressional districts approved by an independent redistricting commission and the state’s new legislative districts awaiting only State Supreme Court approval, I wanted to look at the amendments that made that possible. I also wanted to look at the offices that will be up for re-election 2022.
Hello once again! This article is to document some of the most important elections that happened in the state of Colorado during the 2020 United States elections. As a resident of Colorado, I have taken great interest in the ways Colorado politics have shifted in the past decade as the state has undergone large waves of change. It is my hope these maps will give greater understanding of the ways in which coalitions around Colorado can take shape.
This story contains depictions of transformation, dominance, human doll, biting, implied past abuse, and death
This story contains depictions of suicidal ideation, blood, transformation, mental change, dominance, biting, discussions of violence, past abuse, and transphobia.
The rain which beat against the dirty windows of the forest home was echoed in the steady dripping of water off a miserable girl’s sodden clothes. Her name was Rachael, and she came to the home in the woods she knew of only in hushed, angry whispers to end her life. The object of that desire sat across from her in a wooden chair creaking with age. The flames of the fire behind Rachael cast the woman before her in flickering light and shadow. The woman was a witch, it was said; and Rachael had no reason to believe that rumor untrue.
Hello, all. Today, I am going to look at a history of contentious primaries for Colorado Senate seats, the candidates involved, and the elections that resulted from them. I chose this topic ahead of the 2020 Senate Primary here in Colorado this June, which will pit former Speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives Andrew Romanoff against former Governor of Colorado and Presidential candidate John Hickenlooper. It has all the trappings of a close race with lots of money thrown in, and who knows what could happen after Romanoff had a surprise runaway victory in the caucuses earlier this month.
Frosted wind howled savagely and beat against the thick plexiglass shell covering a lonely maglev train station. Inside stood a single woman shivering even in a thick coat and standing beneath heaters that hummed lowly in the grim light.
It’s too cold, she thought, and was surprised at herself. With a Canadian passport buried in the silver bag on her arm, beneath scarves and gloves and estrogen pills, she wouldn’t have thought herself a stranger to freezing temperatures. Yet here she was. Standing on a tile platform as gray and featureless as the world outside, the monotony only broken by rows of plastic benches, Laura pulled her coat tighter around herself.
In 2019 I slowed down on pixel art to begin the process of learning drawing and illustrating, which I will be posting on this site as well. Nevertheless, I made a few pieces of art that I am proud enough to want to post on here for y’all. Please enjoy.