20 10 / 2014

unthreateninglumpofchocolate disse: Sorry if Im bothering you, I've sent this in before, and you never replied, so maybe it got eaten by the ask box? I hope I didn't send something that you didn't like, especially since you seem like a super nice woman. Anyway, my friend has albinism, commonly referred to as being "albino", and I've never seen anyone with that condition represented in the media at all, especially as beautiful. Can you maybe do a picture about that?

Hi there! It’s true, sometimes I get lost here, especially because I don’t check the ask box every day! But yes, I want to do something about albinism, I think it’s a very important theme, and people do not talk much about it.

20 10 / 2014

Sorry about that! Soon things will get back to normal! #stock

Sorry about that! Soon things will get back to normal! #stock

18 10 / 2014

Jessica is an old one. But I guess many people here haven’t seen her yet! :)

Translated by me and Rosie Werner-Grant

[image text] Jessica has always been skinny, and used to get upset when she heard people saying, “real men love curves”.
Jessica, your body is not there for “real men to love”. You don’t have to do anything to please anyone but yourself.

[texto da imagem] Jessica sempre foi magrinha, e ficava chateada quando ouvia homens dizendo que “mulher tem que ter onde pegar”.
Jessica, seu corpo não foi feito para o tato masculino. E mulher não “tem que” nada para agradar ninguém além de si mesma.

18 10 / 2014

Anônimo perguntou: Can you do one about dress codes at school!

Search “Eduarda”! ;)

18 10 / 2014

Anônimo perguntou: How dare you make such stereotyping and patronizing statements about men. 99% of is happen to not be pigs, just like the 99% off women who are decent human beings. Just so you know, your callous and judging statements place you in the 1% that perpetuate the problem. You fucking sexist pig.

I don’t recall making a single statement about men. Why don’t you go take a walk and rethink your rude comment? Or try to find something better to do with your time other than offending people you don’t know for doing things you don’t understand, protected by anonymity on the internet?

18 10 / 2014

Anônimo perguntou: Is there anyway to purchase your work?

Yes! http://www.carolrossetti.com.br/#!store/c1zkh
Thanks for your interest! :)

18 10 / 2014

Translated by me and Monica Odom 

[image text] Agnes identifies as aromantic, and sometimes feels bothered by people saying that she should “get a husband.”
Agnes, there’s nothing wrong with not being interested in this kind of relationship. You can live your identity and y our feelings in your own way!

[texto da imagem] Agnes se identifica como arromântica, e às vezes se incomoda com a pressão da sociedade para “arranjar um marido”.
Agnes, não há nada errado em não se interessar por este tipo de relação. Você pode viver sua identidade e seus sentimentos à sua maneira.

15 10 / 2014

Translated by me and Monica Odom 

[image text] Liv usually has pimples on her face. She has lost count of how many times random people have come up to her saying she should “handle” this problem.
Liv knows that acne is something natural, and doesn’t understand why other people are so worried about something on her skin that doesn’t even bother her that much.

[texto da imagem] Liv quase sempre tem espinhas em seu rosto. Ela já perdeu a conta de quantas pessoas já a abordaram dizendo que ela deveria “dar um jeito nisso”.
Liv sabe que acne é uma coisa normal, e não entende porque os outros se preocupam tanto com sua pele quando ela própria não se sente tão incomodada assim.

14 10 / 2014

Translated by me and Monica Odom.

[image text] Brenda is always getting harassed on the street while on her walk to work. Brenda, you should never have to feel threatened when using public spaces like everyone else. 

[texto da imagem] Brenda sempre é assediada com cantadas de rua no caminho para o trabalho. Brenda, você deveria ter o direito garantido de não se sentir ameaçada ao utilizar espaços públicos, assim como qualquer pessoa.

12 10 / 2014

Anônimo perguntou: People always ask me "how are you going to feed your husband and children if you don't know how to cook?" I'm 21. I cook to survive. I don't particularly enjoy it and a husband is so far off my radar right now.

Well, I think if you shouldn’t worry about feeding a husband. First, because you don’t ever need a husband if you don’t want to. And second, if you do want a husband, I expect you’d marry a grown up human being - and then he can feed himself, cause that’s the least an adult needs to do, right? :)