Artist Draws Comics About Nebula, The Daughter Of Thanos, Dealing With Everyday Life (10 Pics)

Cuttlesworth has gained popularity recently for her cute and funny comics about MCU character Nebula, who is known as a “brutal space pirate and mercenary.” describes Nebula is an athletic woman, and an excellent armed and unarmed combatant. “She possesses a gifted intellect and is a brilliant battle strategist. Nebula uses blasters worn on her wrists that fire concussive blasts of unknown energy or heat blasts that can incinerate a human being almost instantly. She also apparently wears a device that enables her to disguise her appearance, either through illusion-casting or through actual molecular rearrangement of her body and clothing.” Scroll down below to check them out for yourself, and let us know what you think in the comments! #1 …

Avoid playgrounds and eat the last biscuit: how to keep your sense of self as a parent

Remember when life wasnt all packed lunches and soft play? Its time to get that person back I am currently working away from home, abandoning my family to selfishly pursue my own interests or at least, thats how I felt the week before I left. During that time, I couldnt simply look forward to the prospect of some time alone doing the things I love time being myself. No, instead I was overwhelmed by everything I thought I needed to do, because although I am an author, a Shirley Valentine came out, and my mother and her friends adored it, but I just didnt get it. Why was it so funny? Years later, when I was a mother myself, I …

‘Dont pretend to be something youre not’: a letter to my teenage self

In an exclusive extract from gal-dems new book, three twentysomethings revisit their diaries and reflect on identity, sexuality and cultural heritage Samanthi Theminimulle, 24Diary entry, age 14 Today at school everyone laughed at me because I said pomangranate. Apparently its pomegranate. Ammi and Appachchi say pomangranate???? So embarrassing. Ive always said it wrong. Hi, 14-year-old meDo you remember when you pronounced pomegranate wrong in front of the entire class and everyone laughed? All eyes were on you as you stuttered your way through. You came home, fuming and self-conscious, and looked up the spelling. Of course it was pomegranate! How could your parents have got it so wrong? You said pom-e-granate one hundred times, until you were certain it would …

The dad who gave birth: Being pregnant doesn’t change me being a trans man

Transitioning meant that Freddy McConnell finally felt comfortable in his skin. Then he began a quest to conceive and carry his own child Freddy McConnell takes out his phone and shows me a film of his baby snoring contentedly. Jack is gorgeous, with blond hair, blue eyes and heavy eyelids, and McConnell is the classic doting dad albeit more hands-on than most. Its a year since he gave birth to Jack, an experience he describes as life-changing. He has also made an intimate and moving film about that experience, from the decision to have a baby, through pregnancy and the delivery. Everything is documented in close-up, including Jacks arrival in a hospital birthing pool. You might expect McConnell to be …

A feminist’s guide to raising boys

Before I became a mother, I thought my feminism was a battle fought and won. But having three sons has challenged everything Its always the things you think will be a doddle that end up causing most heartache. When I was asked to write about being a feminist and a mother to three boys, I imagined dashing off something witty, yet touching and wise, and never thought for a moment Id end up losing my temper (several times) or in tears, or storming away from meals, and feeling like a failure. Did not see that coming. How do you raise boys? My extremely authoritative sources for this article were: my friends; my children (I interviewed two of them, but the …

After Living 10 Years Of A Happy Life Man Wakes Up And Realizes He Was Unconscious And Dreamt It All

One of the most daunting experiences a human can endure is being close to dying. While some escape the claws of death without experiencing any changes in them, others come back just not the same. There are many theories trying to explain what happens to us when we are dying, however, there is no definite answer. Yet, many people candidly share what they felt during their near-death experiences and what effect they had on them. When somebody created a thread on Reddit asking “Have you ever felt a deep personal connection to a person you met in a dream only to wake up feeling terrible because you realize they never existed?” one user found a perfect place to share his …