Salutations! I'm Jessica, and this is the blog of a nutty, slightly obsessive, bisexual, teenaged, feminist, fannish, internet activist. Therefore, you ought to expect lots of LGBTQ+, feminism, anti-racism, shipping, and general fandom nonsense, including but not limited to Harry Potter, Star Trek (TOS, Reboot, and DS9), Merlin, Psych, Community, Elementary, various other incarnations of Sherlock Holmes, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Homestuck, The Avengers, Doctor Who, Supernatural, cats, other assorted adorable animals and various other things which have a tendency to be shiny, squeeable and/or very, very gay. Any oppressed group I'm a member of, I'm an activist for, and any that I'm not, I try to be an ally for. Please, call me out on my bullshit whenever it occurs.
I'm a seventeen year old high school graduate (skipped a grade, woohoo), and I want to be a novelist or a geneticist. Perhaps both, but probably not at the same time.
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Watching How to Train Your Dragon: Legends, and I’m suddenly wondering what kinds of dragons are native to the rest of the world. Asian dragons are pretty easy to figure out, but what would North and South America dragons look like? What about African dragons? Would Australian dragons look just as weird as the rest of Australia’s animals? And would the people living in those regions have already tamed them, or not?
welp if one were to use dragonology as inspiration - a reasonable thing i think - it has feathered amphitheres that are like giant winged serpents in middle/south america. and marsupial dragons in australia.