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I by myself am doing this and that. Cosplay, something-supposed-to-be-art, handcrafts, glass-works, gaming, daydreaming, roleplaying... and list goes on. I am a young woman living in Finland, Helsinki, and study arts here; my dearest wish in the moment is to have a cat. *u*
Polycoria - a medical condition of having multiple pupils in one eye.
Photo reblogged from For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky with 4,479 notes
*insert fictional character here* has coloured/pale eyes!!! there’s no way they can PoC!!! it’s not accurate!! stop sacrificing integrity for your political correctness whaaa whaaa
PLEASE SHUT UP FOREVER
in addition to the commentary, wow what a bunch of pretty-eyed folks
a) Asian eye with single eyelid, no crease.
b) Asian eye with double eyelid.
c) Asian eyelid with broken or non-continuous crease.
d) Asian eyelid with partial crease.
e) Asian eye with multiple eyelid creases.
f) Asian eye with double eyelid of nasally-tapered crease shape and some widening on the outer end.
g) Double eyelid with parallel crease.
h) Typical Caucasian eyelid crease (semi-lunar shape with widest separation in mid-section).
“Alexandria’s Genesis, a.k.a violet eyes (a genetic mutation).
When someone is born with Alexandria’s Genesis, their eyes are blue or gray at birth. After six months, the eyes begin to change from their original color to purple, and this process lasts six months. During puberty, the color deepens to dark purple, a deep purple, a royal purple, or a violet-blue color and remains that way. It does not affect the person’s eyesight.
Those who have this mutation will never grow any facial, body, pubic, or anal hair (not including hair on their head, on their ears, noses, eyebrows and eyelashes). Women also do not menstruate, but are fertile”
I thought this was accurate the first time I read about it, and my reaction was pretty much “cool eyes, no shaving, no period = perfect life for a woman asagdhkfe”. I was just happy that the mutation did not exist, I’d had been jealous. ””D