Because I always forget hashtags... Repost rather than redraft. Finished this commission for @tikke

Rubber, latex, nsfw, suggestive 

My Owner @dragonarchitect ordered it to spend some time in its butler uniform tonight as well. This fits MUCH more comfortably than the drone suit. Just got the gloves and shoes in to complete the look. Please let it serve you~

@wellingtonrock Boosting this *with* alt text because everybody should be able to read it.

I regret to inform you that Twitter has not, in fact, died. Nor has the Apartheid Billionaire dragged it behind the woodshed to put it out of its misery.

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Me, at Twitter: "Death knell! Death knell! Death knell! Death knell!"

It's going to take a long fucking time to get into the habit of posting here.

Trans rights are human rights.

Black lives matter.

No human is illegal.

Love is love.

Their body, their choice.

Science is real.

Kindness is everything.

P.S. If you started following me due to this post, PLEASE look at my profile and decide if it's for you.

Make sure general nerdiness, tabletop roleplay, and other related pursuits are the kind of content you want to see in your timeline.

Our values obviously align, but our interests/hobbies might not. No hard feelings if you unfollow. 😉

Real long aggregation of Mastodon etiquette for birdsite expats 

Some Mastodon thoughts, for bird-site expats (which include myself). I'm aggregating these from posts I've boosted before, so little of this is my own brain.

- There's no algorithm here. That means favoriting/liking doesn't do anything except communicate approval to the OP and others (which is still nice!).

- No algorithm means boosting ("retweeting") is the true method to increase a post's visibility. Do that more than you did on birdsite.

- There's no post-quoting here, and that's by design. Look at quote-tweets on the birdsite; it's a feature primarily used for toxicity.

- There's no direct word-search here either; that means you want to use hashtags to make posts more searchable. This is also intended, since word-searching posts was often used to harass/stalk on the birdsite and elsewhere, so that was left by the wayside here. This also means hashtags are much more a thing here than any of the algorithm-powered sites.

- It's encouraged to put in text descriptions when you post images; a lot of Mastodon users use screen-readers due to various disabilities, and getting an image description read out loud helps them immensely.

- Speaking of screen-readers: using capitalization in your hashtags allows the screen-readers to read them more easily, especially if you're smashing multiple words together. #rockmusic = unreadable. #RockMusic = readable.

- The best way to make threads is to make set your first post as public, but "unlist" all of your replies. This prevents your whole thread from clogging up feeds.

- Content Warnings should be used more liberally here. If you haven't gotten the impression yet, much of Mastodon was built and populated by marginalized groups who were harassed/bullied off of other platforms. This is the culture they built, to respect each other's mental health. It's not a rule, but it's well-appreciated.

- Consider chipping a few bucks towards whomever runs the server you're on; the strain is real, and most server admins were likely paying out of pocket before so don't have an existing donation base. The growth here has been extremely fast, and that means money's needed.

- DMs are just posts with privacy settings. So if you @ someone in a DM, you pull them into the thread. That could be embarrassing.

- Also, no, DMs aren't end-to-end encrypted, but they aren't on Twitter either. Don't use either if you want true privacy.

- Including your Mastodon handle in your birdsite profile will help people find you here; there's a tool ( is one of them that's used) people can use to pull Mastodon handles from Twitter profile.

- Use the blocking and reporting features liberally, if needed. This should go without saying, but they work, and work well!

- If there's an entire Mastodon server you don't want to hear from, you can block the whole thing too.

- Preferences -> Appearance -> "Slow Mode": this can make larger "Local" feeds and any "Federated" feed much more readable.

I'll reply with some more as I see them, or reply here too. I've only been here 4 days but I'm loving it so far.

I'm playing A Plague Tale: Innocence today so, here's a reminder that Medieval Europeans washed themselves daily and bathed at least once a week, that communal bathhouses were so popular that the clergy railed against them and that clothing was so colorful that it was lit up like a Lisa Frank painting. I'm begging you, stop covering people in filth and leather straps*!
#medievalism #Histodon

If you liked my "Medieval People Bathed, Actually" toot, follow me for more interesting historical content such as:

Medieval People Didn't Dump Garbage Out Their Windows Into The Street

The Mayans Are Still Around, Actually

Viking Was A Job Title, Not An Ethnicity

Black People Have Always Been Part Of European Culture And History

Medieval People Looooved Them Some Sex

The Cathars, As A Group, Might Not Have Really Existed

And much, much more!


Fish goo suit, used for deep diving. :3 Cause everyone loves to deep dive if you know what I mean ;3

I do mean going down into the ocean for exploration of course

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A simple little mastodon instance that deals with hissing. Or whatever us reptiles and kobolds do.