I'm transmale, (he him his pronouns).
I'm an animator.
I have seizures.
My girlfriend is prettier than I am.
I love blue eyes.
I'm afraid of the dark. I sleep with a teddy bear.
I loved Invader Zim.
I am a Homestuck.
I live near Great America but I've only been twice.
My greatest ambition in life is to be happy with the one I love while doing the thing I love most.
Lime, turquoise, bright pink and purple look beautiful together.
Thank you for speaking out about the seizure-triggery images in the Screen King RIG. I also think it's pretty cool you specialise in making epileptic-safe animations! My family has a history of epilepsy and it's always struck me as sad that they could enjoy more things non-epileptic people could enjoy even if only the world was more accomodating of the condition. The attitudes of seeral in that thread make me as a disabled person pretty ticked off. Instead of striving towards accessibility (I guess I'm kinda like you since I'm half-blind and I aspire to be a web developer with emphasis on accessibility... so I find the points about photosensitivity in internet users made in that thread pretty interesting!), we should just tell people to screw off and enjoy less of the world because of disability/health problems? A person with a health condition that needs management and who has been educated on their condition doesn't need to be told to keep away from what worsens their condition by an ignorant person. I think it's perfectly reasonable for that person to point out the problem, because the devs and artists wouldn't know for the future otherwise, bring about awareness, and request that it be made safer in the future. So, you know, they don't HAVE to keep away from it. Gosh. xD Sorry for rambling sweatdrop I'm just so passionate about this.