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I wanted to do a redraw of my fan fusion moonstone! And I decided to do a little comic with it! 😊😊 this feels like one of the few scenarios in which pearl and lapis would fuse, if there were no other gems to help, and Steven was in danger, because they would both do anything for Steven 😊💕 and it would be the goal of making sure Stevens safe that would make moonstone stable! Otherwise I feel like she would kind of fall apart..she’d be a pretty depressed gem because of all pearls and lapis’s past truama 😅 but she would move heaven and earth to protect Steven! 😆💕 so I hope u enjoy it! 😊
here’s a vid from the pov of the dudes inside
This is the only thi ng I will accept with the use of the phrase “boys will be boys”
HOLY SHIT WATCH THE OTHER VIDEO THAT WAS FAR MORE BOYS THAN I EXPECTED
when you’re a gay lion and you accidentally tried to introduce your lesbian lioness friend to one of her own exes at a gay bar and she goes into the bathroom and bitches you out for not being able to tell her endlessly rotating cast of girlfriends apart which isn’t really fair because first of all they all keep dyeing their hair different colors and second of all she keeps getting back together with different ones at different times and meanwhile you’ve been “single” for like 8 months but ar e spending a lot of time with one specific guy who works at your old co-op and were going to excitedly tell her about it tonight but now you’ve ruined the whole subject of dating by trying to introduce her to her own ex at a gay bar (which is a watering hole. because you’re lions.)
the level of chaotic gay energy the McElroys are able to accurately convey in their queer characters despite being straight cisgender men is… genuinely astonishing and really should raise the bar for literally all other straight creators tbqh
like they really hit a commendable sweet spot of “I understand the gravity of representsting marginalized identities that are not my own” and “this is just another character” that really Works for me as a queer listener? because there is that sensitivity and making sure that identities are explicitly state d and treated with respect, while recognizing that it’s not really their place to tell a story About being queer. Griffin, Justin, and Travis all make clear that Lup, Taako, and Aubrey’s hardships do NOT stem from their identities, and it’s so refreshing because 1.) I don’t need background homo/transphobia in my fantasy, thanks and 2.) I especially don’t need those issues being used as plot pieces by straight dudes, thanks.
and that’s just like… never the case. it’s always “oh, she’s trans, and also the biggest badass in this game.” “yeah, he’s gay and dating the grim reaper, but also he’s about to turn into a t. rex so buckle up.” “she’s bi but more importantly she’s about to set a lot of things on fire.” it’s like… literally what I as a queer consumer want to see in my genre and the McElroys deliver like it’s no big.