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fisk: fel-fisk: happy pride everyone, i went to see godzilla king of the monsters a few days ago and have come to the conclusion that godzilla mothra are girlfriendsthank u for coming to my ted talk
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happy pride everyone, i went to see godzilla king of the monsters a few days ago and have come to the conclusion that godzilla  mothra are girlfriendsthank u for coming to my ted talk

fel-fisk: happy pride everyone, i went to see godzilla king of the monsters a few days ago and have come to the conclusion that godzilla...

fisk: fel-fisk: happy pride everyone, i went to see godzilla king of the monsters a few days ago and have come to the conclusion that godzilla & mothra are girlfriendsthank u for coming to my ted talk
fisk: fel-fisk:

happy pride everyone, i went to see godzilla king of the monsters a few days ago and have come to the conclusion that godzilla & mothra are girlfriendsthank u for coming to my ted talk

fel-fisk: happy pride everyone, i went to see godzilla king of the monsters a few days ago and have come to the conclusion that godzilla...

fisk: cosplayinamerica: I originally planned on doing a cosplay that allowed me to be comfortable at the convention….and then I saw Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse. As soon as I saw Kingpin I thought, I MUST BE HIM. I fell in love with his character design and loved how absurdly large he was.   I started sculpting his face after I saw the movie but didn’t start on the body until a couple weeks before the convention. I basically just built a box out of insulation foam sheets with foam pieces inside that rested on my shoulders to give him height. I cut a hole out of the belly area and covered the entire body in sheer black fabric so that I could see through it without any obvious vision holes. For the arms, I bought the largest pair of black pants I could find at the thrift shop and used them as sleeves. I stuffed them with foam and ran a wire through them so they could bend and so I could easily attach my silicone hands (which were lifecasts of my own tiny hands). I ran the face in silicone and backed it with foam. I then attached the face to the body with silicone caulk. Everything else was basically attached by hot glue and a prayer.  I tried it on for the first time a couple days before the convention and realized the insulation foam was really doing its job and within seconds I was already getting warm. So, the night before the show I ran out and bought a battery operated fan that I installed under his armpit. As much as I stressed about all the imperfections, as soon as I walked into the con and saw the reactions to it, I was immediately relieved. Seeing so many little Miles cosplayers freak out over a giant Fisk truly made my day. Doing cosplay is such an amazing creative outlet for me. I’m a full-time SFX artist, but like most jobs, I don’t have any creative freedom. Cosplay gives me the opportunity to use all these crazy skills I’ve learned and create something that brings myself and others pure joy. —- https://www.instagram.com/dinasaurclub/ Photo : David Ngo
fisk: cosplayinamerica:
I originally planned on doing a cosplay that allowed me to be comfortable at the convention….and then I saw Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse. As soon as I saw Kingpin I thought, I MUST BE HIM. I fell in love with his character design and loved how absurdly large he was.
  I started sculpting his face after I saw the movie but didn’t start on the body until a couple weeks before the convention. I basically just built a box out of insulation foam sheets with foam pieces inside that rested on my shoulders to give him height. I cut a hole out of the belly area and covered the entire body in sheer black fabric so that I could see through it without any obvious vision holes. For the arms, I bought the largest pair of black pants I could find at the thrift shop and used them as sleeves. I stuffed them with foam and ran a wire through them so they could bend and so I could easily attach my silicone hands (which were lifecasts of my own tiny hands). I ran the face in silicone and backed it with foam. I then attached the face to the body with silicone caulk. Everything else was basically attached by hot glue and a prayer. 
I tried it on for the first time a couple days before the convention and realized the insulation foam was really doing its job and within seconds I was already getting warm. So, the night before the show I ran out and bought a battery operated fan that I installed under his armpit.
As much as I stressed about all the imperfections, as soon as I walked into the con and saw the reactions to it, I was immediately relieved. Seeing so many little Miles cosplayers freak out over a giant Fisk truly made my day. Doing cosplay is such an amazing creative outlet for me. I’m a full-time SFX artist, but like most jobs, I don’t have any creative freedom. Cosplay gives me the opportunity to use all these crazy skills I’ve learned and create something that brings myself and others pure joy.
—- https://www.instagram.com/dinasaurclub/
Photo : David Ngo

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fisk: <p><a href="http://trishmishtree.tumblr.com/post/103093670813/upyourcactus-whenwilligetmyrights-every" class="tumblr_blog">trishmishtree</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://upyourcactus.tumblr.com/post/93731189975/whenwilligetmyrights-every-time-someone-says">upyourcactus</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://whenwilligetmyrights.tumblr.com/post/47408349049/every-time-someone-says-we-dont-need-feminism">whenwilligetmyrights</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><span>“Every time someone says <strong>we don’t need feminism anymore</strong>, things like this come to mind. Due to insufficient dowry this <strong>young girl’s husband lacerated her face with a razor blade</strong>.” (Gwalior - India) - ph. Adrian Fisk</span></p> </blockquote> <p>if you say you don’t need feminism, you are <strong>selfish</strong>. selfish that you have not stop to think about the millions of girls and women and trans women who are either getting <strong>killed, mutilated, raped, or sold into sex slavery and child marriages</strong>. for fucks sake, the women’s right to vote in the US isnt even a hundred years old yet. women in the work force is still recent. the first american women to go into  space was in 1983. the firs women to be credited for a marvel movie just happened. like firsts are still happening. and women are still getting murdered for being women. <strong>WE NEED FEMINISM</strong>. </p> </blockquote> <p>So when Women Against Feminism say “I don’t need feminism because we’re already equal,” what they’re actually saying is “I’ve got mine, so fuck you.”</p></blockquote> <p>Uh, no. Actually we&rsquo;re saying something more like: &ldquo;Modern, western feminism doesn&rsquo;t tend to give a crap about non-western women because they&rsquo;re too busy bellyaching about T-shirts and video games. That&rsquo;s why I have no use for it. If they would actually take two seconds to look at the plight of women who aren&rsquo;t Spoiled Westerners, it would put a lot of their whining in perspective.&rdquo;</p>
fisk: <p><a href="http://trishmishtree.tumblr.com/post/103093670813/upyourcactus-whenwilligetmyrights-every" class="tumblr_blog">trishmishtree</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://upyourcactus.tumblr.com/post/93731189975/whenwilligetmyrights-every-time-someone-says">upyourcactus</a>:</p>
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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://whenwilligetmyrights.tumblr.com/post/47408349049/every-time-someone-says-we-dont-need-feminism">whenwilligetmyrights</a>:</p>
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<p><span>“Every time someone says <strong>we don’t need feminism anymore</strong>, things like this come to mind. Due to insufficient dowry this <strong>young girl’s husband lacerated her face with a razor blade</strong>.” (Gwalior - India) - ph. Adrian Fisk</span></p>
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<p>if you say you don’t need feminism, you are <strong>selfish</strong>. selfish that you have not stop to think about the millions of girls and women and trans women who are either getting <strong>killed, mutilated, raped, or sold into sex slavery and child marriages</strong>. for fucks sake, the women’s right to vote in the US isnt even a hundred years old yet. women in the work force is still recent. the first american women to go into  space was in 1983. the firs women to be credited for a marvel movie just happened. like firsts are still happening. and women are still getting murdered for being women. <strong>WE NEED FEMINISM</strong>. </p>
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<p>So when Women Against Feminism say “I don’t need feminism because we’re already equal,” what they’re actually saying is “I’ve got mine, so fuck you.”</p></blockquote>

<p>Uh, no. Actually we&rsquo;re saying something more like: &ldquo;Modern, western feminism doesn&rsquo;t tend to give a crap about non-western women because they&rsquo;re too busy bellyaching about T-shirts and video games. That&rsquo;s why I have no use for it. If they would actually take two seconds to look at the plight of women who aren&rsquo;t Spoiled Westerners, it would put a lot of their whining in perspective.&rdquo;</p>

<p><a href="http://trishmishtree.tumblr.com/post/103093670813/upyourcactus-whenwilligetmyrights-every" class="tumblr_blog">trishmishtree<...