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Feel free to browse through my gallery folders! My "Featured" folder contains what I feel is my highest quality, but also non-controversial artwork. My other folders contain my complete works! I enjoy working with many different styles, subject matter, and mediums. I often deal with hard subjects in my stamps, journals, and comics, but I welcome respectful disagreements. Feel free to share my artwork on DA and other websites, but please credit me if you do so. Thank you!





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Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu ABOUT ME Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu
I'm a Christian artist who specializes in animals, fantasy artwork, and portraiture. My other studies include philosophy, hermeneutics, and environmental biology (emphasis in zoology.) I'm not perfect and I've made mistakes just like everyone else, but I try to put the past behind me. We can't change the bad things that have happened. Life stinks sometimes, so laugh at it! I aim to be a positive influence on others, but I won't deny the evil that exists in the world. I want to help spread love and joy.

I have a very tender heart, and I have and will stand up for the voiceless, be them human or animal. I have obsessive haters because of this, but haters gonna hate! I've been bullied verbally and have even received death threats from said bullies, although they deny it and try to shift the blame on me, all in typical bully fashion. If you've been bullied, I really sympathize with you. Words can hurt worse than anything, but don't give up! Always remember that there are people out there who care about you even if it looks like the entire world hates you. If you need someone to talk to, feel free to message me! You are not alone. :hug:

I also have a strong sense of justice and I value purity very highly. I think that's why I love unicorns so much, aside from the fact that they're happy, sparkly horses! They stand for many things I believe in: compassion on helpless creatures, sexual responsibility and restraint, and caring for the environment.

NLD: I have been professionally diagnosed with non-verbal learning disorder (NLD), which means that I have difficulty picking up on social cues, reading between the lines, etc. I speak very literally. It doesn't affect IQ or my ability to perceive reality. Sometimes I say things that may come across as angry or harsh when I don't mean them that way. I'm actually a very goofy, happy person by nature! Most of the time when someone gets offended by something I said, it's because they read something into it that I never said nor meant to say (remember, I'm literal). If I ever say something to you that hurts your feelings, please tell me. I acknowledge that I have difficulties in this area, and I don't want to hurt anyone.

Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu ADOPTABLES / COMMISSIONS Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu
My commissions are currently CLOSED. I'll reopen them hopefully in December and then again in May, but right now I'm very busy. I'm sorry!

I make dragon species adoptables that anyone is free to purchase, and I take requests for art. I currently accept both points and actual currency (PayPal.) Because I'm usually working on several different projects at once, please don't expect your request to be finished overnight. If you have a deadline you need it for, please let me know. Thanks!

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I upload low-resolution, watermarked copies of my art onto dA, but as I own the full-size unmarked images, if you'd like a print of something, feel free to ask and I'll see what I can do!

Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu BLOCKING: Pixel Heart Speech Bullet by Momoko-chu
I am pretty easy-going and I don't enjoy blocking people, but I will block people if
A) I feel threatened or unsafe by their messaging me (such as if they are stalking me, they have or are threatening to steal personal information, etc.)
B) they are exceeding hateful and/or are spewing childish insults (I don't mind opinions and respectful disagreements, but hatred is a different animal, and I want no association with it.)
C) they have exhibited willful ignorance and they are pushing that ignorance on me.
D) a debate has turned into an is-to-is-not type of fight / they're repeating themselves like a broken record without taking my position seriously / they're repeatedly strawmanning something I have said.

As you can probably tell, all these things have happened to me before. If you believe I have blocked you unjustly, you may *respectfully* contact me through a *neutral* third party. I understand that I frequently misunderstand people (it comes with having NLD,) but if you respect me, I'll respect you, even if we disagree about something. I do not block people for disagreeing with me. Anything less than a *respectful* attempt to mend a relationship is block evasion and is against DA etiquette policy.

However, as I believe in second chances, I generally unblock people after a period of time.

Stamps about things that make me happy:
Horses stamp by Unicornarama Unicorn Lover by Unicornarama Goldfish stamp by Unicornarama Mustang Advocate stamp by Unicornarama Autumn stamp by Unicornarama Christmas stamp by Unicornarama Halloween stamp by Unicornarama

Stamps for adoption:
How Do YOU Know Itll Be Expensive Adopted into the Family of Christ Adoption is Not a Trash Can or a Pet Shop by Unicornarama Adoption is More Loving Than Biology by Unicornarama Consider Adoption First by Unicornarama What Did You Expect Are You Called to Adopt Is Adoptio Someone Elses Problem Adoption and Health and Mental Problems

Stamps for animals and the Earth:
I Support PZP on Wild Horses by Unicornarama Animal Adoption stamp by Unicornarama Save the Mustangs stamp by Unicornarama The Big Picture (save the mustangs) by Unicornarama Captive-Bred is Not Wild by Unicornarama Stewards of the Earth by Unicornarama AnimalAwareness stamp by Unicornarama The Damage Isn't Worth It by Unicornarama Service Dogs Are Not Slaves by Unicornarama

Religious stamps:
Christianity Doesn't Promote Murder or Rape. by Unicornarama Religious vs. Secular Wars by Unicornarama The Accuracy of Scripture by Unicornarama Hitler Was Not a Biblical Christian by Unicornarama Overpopulation is a Very Real Threat by Unicornarama Asexual Christian by Unicornarama Read the Description by Unicornarama Not Always a Choice by Unicornarama

Political and other controversial stamps:
We Know You're Not Concerned About Our Health by Unicornarama Prolifers Value the Mother by Unicornarama Image and video hosting by TinyPic The Abortion and IVF Paradox by Unicornarama Your Choice by Unicornarama Pro-Life Violence is Not Common by Unicornarama Cause and Effect by Unicornarama Crisis Pregnancy Babies Have Homes by Unicornarama Not the Same Thing by Unicornarama The Fetus Doesn't Just Happen to Die by Unicornarama Underdiagnosed by Unicornarama Religious Freedom is for Everyone by Unicornarama Reverse Racism is Real by Unicornarama From the Lab, Not the Field by Unicornarama Be Careful What You Glorify by Unicornarama Transgender Restrooms by Unicornarama

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A little before Valentine's day, I was driving home from work and heard a radio program where a preacher was talking about marriage. He said a lot of good and true things, like how we should invest in our spouse deeply and such and be willing to talk to each other to work through problems, but I was caught off guard and shocked by his statement that (and I'm quoting him here): "sex is the glue which holds a husband and wife together." Okay, what even. Sex is glue? Glue? Seriously? That's what this preacher thinks of marriage? Look big guy, if your marriage needs to be glued together by sex, it's broken. If your relationship with your spouse will fall apart if you can't get into their pants, you've got serious issues. Sex is NOT the purpose of marriage, it is merely one of many optional forms of love expression. Sex is NOT the basis of marriage, marriage is the basis of sex.

Sadly, the idea that marriage is all about sex is hugely prevalent all over the world. It's an extremely worldly attitude that has infiltrated the Christian church, as shown by this preacher's statement. The idea that anyone, Christian or not, would get married with idea that sex will hold their marriage together is...horrifying, to say the least. When you think about it from that perspective, it's really no wonder that failing marriages and divorce rates are skyrocketing at a rate never before seen, even in the Church. People everywhere are depending on sex to do things that it was never meant to do. Living for sex is not healthy and belies an obsession and quite possibly a harmful addiction. A relationship that is dependent on sex is not a healthy relationship.

I've heard countless people of all creeds say the same thing: that sex is some kind of inherent need for a married couple, typically saying that it's the husband who has the "need" for "physical intimacy." There's nothing wrong with enjoying it, but needing it is an addiction. It also equates that person with an animal. These women are literally saying that their husbands are no better than animals. Although this idea is unspeakably sexist, many husbands and husbands-to-be actually agree with it! What the..?! These men WANT to be thought of as animals? Well, two can play at that game. *Forgets how to use the toilet*

 God does not command sex ever.

He allows it in marriage. He does not command it. The command to "be fruitful and multiply" (which is nearly always used by Christians to defend the Doctrine of Sex-Based Marriage) was to a very specific group of people during a very specific time, first when there were only two humans on the entire planet, and again when there were only eight, and sex was not the point of that command: preventing human extinction was. There are over 7 billion of us now. We have followed that command. It's a thing of the past. Bringing it up as an excuse for basing your marriage on sex is to take it out of context, and is a logical fallacy, quite a ridiculous one, really.

 If there were ever decisions in marriage that need to be highly collaborative, they are decisions about when it is wise to have sex. Wives will often bear the results of contraceptive and reproductive decisions in their very bodies in a way that husbands will not. The husband therefore has the responsibility to hear, receive and weigh his wife’s thoughts with love and compassion. If she's says she doesn't want to (no matter the reason), that should be the end of the story. The same goes for if the husband says he doesn't want to. The final decision should ALWAYS lie with the person who doesn't want sex, not with the person who wants it. To command anyone, within or without a marriage relationship, to have sex, is the definition of rape. And as I made a long, detailed stamp about the Bible and rape, we know where God stands on that (if you haven't seen that stamp, here it is: the-cynical-unicorn.deviantart….)

Supporters of the Doctrine of Sex-Based Marriage quote a short passage in 1 Cor. 7:2-5 to make this claim, but they take the verse out of context. I will quote the entire passage (1 Cor. 7:1-6): 
“Now for the matters you wrote about: “1 IT IS GOOD FOR A MAN NOT TO HAVE SEXUAL RELATIONS WITH A WOMAN. 2 But since sexual immorality is occurring, each man should have sexual relations with his own wife, and each woman with her own husband. 3 The husband should fulfill his marital duty to his wife, and likewise the wife to her husband. 4 The wife does not have authority over her own body but yields it to her husband. In the same way, the husband does not have authority over his own body but yields it to his wife. 5 Do not deprive each other except perhaps by mutual consent and for a time, so that you may devote yourselves to prayer. Then come together again so that Satan will not tempt you because of your lack of self-control. 6 I SAY THIS AS A CONCESSION, NOT AS A COMMAND.” (NIV) 
Interesting, huh? Almost every single person who brings up this Bible passage to preach sex sex sex leaves off the first and last verses. Paul is permitting couples to have sex. He is not commanding couples to have sex. He allows it. Sex is not the most important part of marriage, and thus it should never come before another person’s well-being. Love does not equal sex. Obviously Paul is not recommending complete abstinence within marriage, but also neither is he commanding that couples sex it up every night like many Christians believe. Thus, sex should NEVER be what glues your marriage together. 

Some Christians may also tell you that sex is a picture of Christ's love for the church, but that's a false analogy. Nowhere in Scripture is Christ's relationship with the Church portrayed as errotic. It is portrayed as loving leadership, like the family structure of a husband and wife, but never errotic. Some people point to Song of Solomon as an example of eroticism, but Song of Solomon is clearly describing Solomon and one of his wives (research the history of the book if you don't believe me.) It is not an alagory of Jesus and the Church. To even imply that Jesus has or had a sexual relationship with the Church is blasphemous, to say the least.

On the subject of Song of Solomon, some supporters of the Doctrine of Sex-Based Marriage will use it as supposed "evidence" that the purpose of marriage is sex. I hate to burst their bubble, but where exactly does it say that? Oh yeah, nowhere. To say that Song of Solomon tells us that marriage is all about sex is to say that a cupcake cookbook tells us that the sole purpose of eating is to eat only cupcakes. Do you see the problem there? Both Song of Solomon and a cupcake cookbook present sex in marriage and eating cupcakes as good things, respectively. But to say that the purpose of marriage is sex or that sex is meant to glue your marriage together will result in an unhealthy relationship, just like a belief that the purpose of eating is to consume cupcakes will result in an unhealthy lifestyle. Neither thing is wrong, but they are not what you should base a relationship or eating habits off of.

I'd like to share a quote from one of my friends:
"If marriage were a pizza, sex is the dipping sauce you dip your leftover crust in."
It cracked me up when she said this, but it explains the truth so well. There's nothing wrong with dipping sauce, but it's not meant to be the main point of a pizza, nor does it hold the pizza together. It's something optional and enjoyable on the side that you dip your leftover crust in. You can have a perfectly good, enjoyable, and functional pizza without dipping sauce. Now obviously if you really, really like dipping sauce, the allegory sort of breaks down, but I think you understand the point she was making.

To answer the preacher, no sir, sex is not the glue that holds a husband and wife together. Love is. Sex does not equal love. Sex is merely one of many, many forms of expressing love. You can't properly express love if you don't properly love someone, and an expression of love, especially if you're confusing the expression for the thing itself, will not bind two people together. It will ultimately hurt their relationship, which is exactly what we're seeing day in and day out with the massive spike of failing marriages. If you want to marry someone because you think they're hot, maybe wait a few years. After all, hotness changes over time. A person will not look or act the same 25 years from now. You need to love someone, not lust after them, in order for a marriage to work.

When Live Action caught Planned Parenthood in 2011 attempting to aid and abet sex traffickers prostituting 14- and 15-year-old girls, Planned Parenthood told the media that it would retrain thousands of staff to identify and report child sex traffickers.

But a new Live Action investigation shows that Planned Parenthood’s claims were nothing but a bald-faced lie!

In fact, former Planned Parenthood manager Ramona Treviño recently revealed to me that the abortion giant instead used those sessions to train staff how to identify undercover journalists investigating its facilities! Click here to watch:

Live Action also searched public records to check the abortion chain’s 2011 claim that it had reported the suspected child sex traffickers to authorities. The responses from law enforcement show that Planned Parenthood failed repeatedly to report the suspected crimes to local police departments, state police, or even child protective services.

When confronted with sex traffickers, it’s clear that Planned Parenthood cares more about protecting its image than protecting children. This is just more proof that taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to fund a ruthless corporation that puts profit before people. 

We need to do all we can to spread the truth about Planned Parenthood, especially in the face of the defunding debate in Congress. Please share our new investigative video on Facebook to expose as many people as you can to its message. And for your friends who aren’t on Facebook, email them this link. 

Thank you for standing with us in the fight against Planned Parenthood.

Yours in the fight for life,
Lila Rose

 Lila Rose
 Live Action

Check out my group :iconcompassionforall: for more information on how to protect life in all its forms, not matter the age, race, gender, species, etc.

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Legs wrapped in chains dipped in acid. "Stacks" attached to hooves like sadistic platform shoes. Nails and screws drilled into hoof pads. This is how Tennessee walking horses are tortured in order to achieve the crowd-pleasing Big Lick gait.

On January 13th, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced a new federal regulation that would halt the inhumane treatment of Tennessee walking horses. But before the regulation could be enacted, one of President Trump's executive orders forced the USDA to put it on hold for further review.

Please sign Gini's Care2 petition demanding that President Trump and the new Secretary of Agriculture review and approve the USDA's regulation that would save countless horses from torture.

Every year, trainers and owners force their Tennessee walking horses to participate in competitions to see which horses have the fastest, highest-stepping Big Lick walk. In order to achieve this unnatural gait and win blue ribbons, the trainers make it so painful for the horses to put their hooves down on the ground that they immediately pull them back up again. This is called horse soring.

The most common soring method is to put caustic chemicals on the horses' hooves and legs, leaving painful blisters and scars. In the most extreme cases, trainers have been known to beat horses and use cattle prods to get the gait they want. Apparently, the more pain the horses are in, the more likely they are to wow the judges.

Animal welfare groups, horse owners, and animal rights activists alike have been working for years to get the USDA to crack down on horse soring. When the agency finally announced that they had finalized a new regulation, it was a huge victory. At last, stacks and chains would be banned. At last, the USDA would enforce the rules instead of letting the show horse community police themselves.

But when President Trump's executive order put a freeze on all pending federal rules, the USDA's new show horse regulation was also put on hold. Until the new administration reviews and approves the pending regulation, show horses will continue to be tortured. So please sign the petition now!

Thank you,

 Lacey K.

Check out my group :iconcompassionforall: for more information, updates, petitions, and ways you can help protect life in all its forms, no matter the species, age, race, gender, etc.

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Notice how the horse stands with its hind legs tucked underneath its body to relieve pressure (and therefore pain) on its forefeet.

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We have the momentum with multiple pro-life victories as hundreds of thousands marched for life yesterday on Capitol Hill. We're aggressively fighting to stop you from being forced to fund the largest abortion business in America. We must completely defund Planned Parenthood.

Sign Our Petition: Stop Giving Tax Dollars to Abortion Industry.

What You Need to Know about Defunding Planned Parenthood.

Within hours, we expect the court in Sudan to issue its decision on the fate of Pastor Hassan - the pastor facing a possible death sentence for his Christian faith. He needs your voice now.

Sign Our Petition: Save Pastor Hassan from Possible Death.

This week, President Trump responded to our call, reinstating the policy to ban taxpayer funding of abortions worldwide with U.S. foreign aid, and began implementing our plan to repeal pro-abortion ObamaCare.

Pro-Life Victory: Pres. Trump Reinstates Mexico City Policy.

Read More: Taking the First Steps to Dismantle ObamaCare.

Lie busting investigative journalists reveal the latest lies from Planned Parenthood.

Share: Planned Parenthood Offers Abortions, Not Prenatal Care.

Share: Planned Parenthood will only offer an ultrasound if you want an abortion.

A thought-provoking piece of writing from thecurmudgeonnextdoor.tumblr.c…:

I hate children.

Maybe I should clarify:

I hate the culture of children.

It’s not really children, per se.  If I’m out in public somewhere and a child looks at me, I will smile at it.  If I see a video or gif of a child doing something adorable, I might coo and share it.  I don’t actively go out of my way to upset children or even discuss them with most people.

But I hate with all my being the culture that surrounds the concept of children.

There’s an overwhelming societal expectation of a be-uterused person that they must not only have children (usually multiple), but that they must desperately want children, often to the exclusion of all else.  It’s tied very much into the notion that everyone is supposed to get married and promptly produce offspring and put themselves neatly into traditional gender roles so as to be a good adult and a “productive member of society.”  Indeed, the mere presence of breasts and a presumed uterus is indicative that a person’s worth is whether or not they reproduce.

And it’s this idea that infests every conversation about health or future or family.  It’s this concept that makes those of us who do not want children (especially biologically) have to constantly brace ourselves for potential arguments when we talk about any of these things.

It’s the reason people with vaginas require checkups for “reproductive health” to make sure everything is “functioning correctly for reproduction” instead of just to make sure things don’t hurt/aren’t infected/need attention.  It’s the reason we see language used like “baby-making” for het sex with no stated reproductive intent, why the term “biological clock” is still exclusively used in regards to reproduction, and why there is an over-emphasis on pregnancy and reproduction language in sex (“baby goo,” “baby batter,” “gonna make a baby in you,” etc.).  It’s the reason why family, friends, and even strangers feel completely within their rights to ask you about your reproductive plans, to make you justify all of your life choices to them at a moment’s notice, to question your thoughts and beliefs as if they know you better than you do yourself.

It’s the reason why the questions are so intensive when someone asks for lasting birth control.  It’s the reasons why we are told over and over the rate of regret, the success stories of people who changed their minds, the horror stories of those who didn’t.  It’s the reason why, when you state that you have a “phobia of pregnancy” in the hope that it will make people stop asking you without making you explain yourself or justify your feelings for the umpteenth time, the only advice you get is, “Well, that needs to be fixed before anything else.”

It’s the reason why “because I don’t want children” isn’t enough.  It’s the reason why adoption is never seen as an option because “you’ll want some of your own someday.”  It’s the reason why people put such value on “extending the family line” and “continuing the family name.”

It’s the reason I have to say I hate children for people to stop questioning me.  It’s the reason I have to monitor my conversations with certain people because they’ll say, “Ah, see, you DO like kids!!”  It’s the reason parts of my dysphoria kick in hard when I see the sort of things mentioned above.  Because, unless something happens to remove or damage a uterus, it is not only expected, but demanded of you to know why you’re refusing “the most precious gift on Earth,” “your womanly duty,” “the greatest love you’ll ever know,” and so forth.

It’s the reason why “I hate children” is rolled off my tongue more and more until finally people just stop talking.

But I don’t hate children.

I hate the culture of children.

Most of all, I hate the people who perpetuate this culture, who deny someone else the right to say they don’t want to be part of it, who threaten to make them part of it.

But, you know, it’s so much easier to just say I hate children.


Today, President Trump signed the order to defund International Planned Parenthood! While there is still a lot of red tape for him to get through to defund Planned Parenthood's domestic chains, he is holding true to his word thus far. American tax dollars are no longer being funneled into overseas convenience abortions. Before you panic, abortions done for the life/health of the mother have not been affected (they are still governed by the individual countries, performed in hospitals, etc.) If Planned Parenthood's domestic chains are defunded as well, women will still be able to get needed health care in numerous other facilities all over the country. Women's health care WILL NOT disappear.

Read more about today's events here:…
How many "tantrumps" do you think the anti-Trump peeps will put on tomorrow?
Don't expect to be respected by young people if you don't respect them. Contrary to popular belief, being older than someone else does not automatically place you in a position of authority over them. Instead of belittling them, treat them like adults. Weigh their thoughts and ideas as equal to your own instead of shoving them to the side as if they are incapable of using logic and reason. Ephesians 6:4, 1 Timothy 4:12.
Hey guys, I need your opinion. Do you think Beshte in the Arctic Guard should be a musk ox or a reindeer? Both are very strong (I think musk oxen are technically stronger pound for pound), but reindeer are still very strong, and... well, wouldn't it be great to have a reindeer in the guard? So which one do you think is better? Let me know in the comments! :)

UPDATE: I'm going to make him a musk ox. Both reindeer and musk oxen are pretty small, but musk oxen are strictly arctic and they're a bit burlier than reindeer. I think reindeer would be more of the "panic and run!" fellas. ;)
I saw a kid dressed as Dean Winchester for Halloween this year. He made my day. :)


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schizocatgirl264 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Just so you know even though we seem to be mad at each other right now I'm very grateful for you. I don't experience delusions anymore. My Schizophrenia is receding.
Unicornarama Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student General Artist
Sorry for the late reply! I've been busy with work and art projects and making Valentines for my neighbors. :)

Anyway, I'm not mad at you. I'm confused as to why you kept misunderstanding me, and I'm not sure if you still are misunderstanding what I said, but I'm not at all angry with you.

And that's good! Getting those other things out of your life probably helped a lot.
schizocatgirl264 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Yeah I'm better now. I still get very moody though. I just had a freak out. I think it's anxiety but in the past I've been diagnosed as schizoaffective so I don't know. I hope I'm not schizoaffective...
Unicornarama Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Student General Artist
Okay! I figured it was probably something like that so I decided it was probably best not to continue that conversation. What's schizoaffective?
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schizocatgirl264 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Take a lesson from the trolls and learn to lighten up a little bit. Humor is a good thing. :) take a lesson from LiberalLaxatives. <3
Unicornarama Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2017  Student General Artist
What do you mean? What I told you was the truth and I can back it up with proof if you want. You asked me to tell you if anything you ever said was possibly schizophrenic, so I sent you a note to tell you that as gently as I possibly could. I was very taken aback when you responded with "stop watching me," and "what's wrong with you." I'd rather not talk about things like pap smears in public comments, but you weren't open to talking in the notes. If you want to believe gynecologists all want to hurt you, that's your business, but I was trying to cheer you up and show you that the world's not as dark as you think it is. If you want to live in fear, that's your right, but it will grate on you and eventually make you very depressed. I don't want you to get hurt like that. I care about you.
schizocatgirl264 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
You're being autistic. Stop arguing with me. You can't disprove a situation you didn't experience with facts from the Internet. I seriously don't get autism. We can still be friends if you stop arguing. You're not gaining anything!
schizocatgirl264 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ok your attitude really makes me mad. You want to prove something then do it. If you're going to be this way don't talk to me. I like funny people not serious people.
Unicornarama Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2017  Student General Artist
What attitude do you mean? I'm "checking my illness," as you say, and asking you to show me what you think I'm doing wrong. What have I said that's made you so angry?
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Iightyears Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2017
So what are your views on gay couples adopting? Do you think that they could raise a child?

Also, is Fluttershy your favorite pone?
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