It now has it’s very own domain, awwww bless it etc.
I have some awesome ideas for comics in my brain and in my computer, but I’ve not been able to actually publish them because I’ve been working on getting a decent webcomic-shaped website made. I started building it all from scratch in HTML, then moved to Dreamweaver, and now I’m trying to get WordPress.org stuff going on, but I’m stuck at the database creation stage; the database doesn’t like me, for some reason. So that’s why there’s no new posts lately. I wish I could do more, but I really want the site to be better and stuff. Watch this space, and leave comments if you are thinking things.
This series of five comics are all based on real coming out stories submitted to Tumblr, and they’re the ones that made me smile and laugh the most. Positive responses, supportive friends and complete unblinking acceptance are responses that do happen, and not just in LGBT situations like those covered here. I thought it would give the closeted readers some courage for if/when they decide to come out.
Credit: Post / Blog / Submitter / Photo taken by me at the Louvre in gay *snerk* Paree/is, though I’m majiggered if I can remember the name of this piece. Tell me in the comments if you know. I just thought it was amazing that he has a plant pot on his head. Like when you take a photo of someone and it looks like whatever’s behind them is actually on their head? Perhaps the sculpter didn’t realise that the plant pot was actually behind this guy?