So there’s a little thing that’s been miffing me. It’s the use of the word “shaman”. Shaman is a noun, describing a person who does Shamanism. But what is Shamanism? Merriam Webster has an idea: Definition of shamanism : a religion practiced by indigenous peoples of far northern Europe and Siberia that is characterized by belief …
Trigger warning: Mentions of low-self esteem, anorexia, mild framing of healthy eating as a positive thing (which might be interpreted as anti-fat or pro-diet). Content warning: Self-analysis and freeform writing.
This should’ve been my first post, but I’m pretty sure I made this account immediately after watching Bride & Prejudice (my first post). Anyways, this is seperated into grading levels and what’s being graded on. The grading-levels are prettier and probably more focused on, so they’re first:
https://www.change.org/p/walt-disney-encourage-disney-to-make-wander-over-yonder-season-3 Why you should watch this season/show
Spoiler: The black guy in the back is the protagonist.
Note: This is a quickly written post. I may edit it to rearrange things, fix errors, and/or add examples after the list. Note 2: Vulgar language has been censored so younger people can access this article.