momdusa
puff-pink:

So being half skeleton I wanted to know what Bonita would look like with calavera make up. Getting dressed up for Day of the Dead or a parade or just messing around I don’t know.
I’d like to think that Skelita and Bonita are cousins, but Bonita feels more out of touch with her scaritage and doesn’t feel Hexican enough because she’s blonde and isn’t full skeleton. So Skelita’s helping her feel like she belongs and is a pretty butterfly either way.

puff-pink:

So being half skeleton I wanted to know what Bonita would look like with calavera make up. Getting dressed up for Day of the Dead or a parade or just messing around I don’t know.

I’d like to think that Skelita and Bonita are cousins, but Bonita feels more out of touch with her scaritage and doesn’t feel Hexican enough because she’s blonde and isn’t full skeleton. So Skelita’s helping her feel like she belongs and is a pretty butterfly either way.

This is everyone… From Jekyll and Hyde, to Heath (really, TWO Abbeys?) to some gorgeous zombie shake ghouls, to viperine and two Rochelle’s. And Gil/Lagoona. And Bonita eating clothing. Anything else amusing to be noticed?

Now if only everyone would come in the mail…

nbqt

mayas-wingman asked:

are we sending you queer mh headcanons okay Trans*woman toralei was terrified that her traditional japanese parents would be upset that their only son was actually a daughter but her mother so excited to have a daughter that she took Toralei out shopping at once. Also Cleo knew and Toralei sometimes wonders if that's why she didn't want Toralei to lead the fearleading team

nbqt answered:

yES I LOVE pLEASE SEND ME ALL THE QUEER MH HEADCANONS

omgomg i lOVE THIS poor toralei i always felt bad for her even tho she’s an antagonist in the series ;0;
i love this so much i am adoptin this and you cANT STOP ME

sherbetballets

sherbetballets:

dmab venus who always enjoyed wearing dresses and heavy makeup, and never felt like a guy, but was always worried what other monsters would say and confided in the (sentient) plants she talked to (all of which had a hard time understanding because plants don’t have the social construct of gender,…