LGBT people are not against asexuals, we're against the idea that asexuality is INHERENTLY part of the LGBT community, because cisgender straight people can also be asexual. The reason the LGBT community even exists in the first place is because same-gender attracted people and trans people formed an alliance/community to combat homophobia and transphobia. Cisgender straight people (including those who are asexual) are part of the oppressive class and including them in the community in the name of "ace inclusion" literally defeats the entire purpose. Anyways, Kenna has always struck me as lowkey homophobic and the fact that she proudly calls us "sex loving assholes" doesn't help her case.
No offense but this doesn't make sense to me. What's the difference between emotional and romantic attraction? What's the different between physical and sexual attraction? That really just sounds like using synonyms to describe the same thing lmao. Remember when she always called herself a PoC? She really cannot accept the fact that she's a straight white girl because that's not "unique" enough for her ~smol 4'11 uwu autumn fairy~ image. She couldn't pretend to like women because her followers would've caught on quickly to her lies so what better way to appropriate a community than by calling herself asexual? Kenna lives in a fantasy world and thrives off of how people on the internet perceive her in the image that she cultivated for herself. And she's been making more "ace positivity" posts recently because more people in the LGBT community are catching on to the bullshittery that is the asexual community lol
I think what looks off about her outfit is the fact that she chose her hat as the "stand out" accessory when people usually do that with purses, shoes, jewelry, or jackets. Also the fact that her jacket, skirt, and boots are all different shades of black. It's a cute outfit in theory but looks messier the more you look at it lmao.
He's not ugly but that hairstyle clashes with his strong facial features and it doesn't look flattering at all.
Anyways, I honestly cannot see her being in a healthy relationship. Once the infatuation wears off, she'll start her toxic nonsense yet again and the relationship will go to shit. I expect her to make videos where she overshares details about the relationship etc etc in the upcoming weeks/months. I also really question the type of men she attracts lol I don't think he's a saint either just by association but she's good at manipulating so who knows
I love how she thinks she's stunting but literally nothing matches. Why would she pair that dress with those boots? A mess. Also that color combo is not visually appealing at all, someone enroll this girl in a color theory class lmao
She made that video to make herself feel validated because she knows her (brain dead) followers will take her side. I love how she sprinkled in some social justice and made it about misogyny to sound more credible, even though we've seen the dumb shit she wears to garner attention so I don't blame the guy at all for being embarrassed to be around her in public lmao. Some of the things she wears wouldn't even be acceptable in the U.S. And aren't men in Japan expected to dress pretty conservatively too? I doubt you'll see Japanese men casually wear see-through lace shirts in public, so idk what makes her think she should be an exception.
I don't agree 100% but I do think it's harder for people to change if they were once trash. Like, he comes off as more aware but I wouldn't be surprised if he pulled another sleazy stunt, especially because his new demeanor doesn't seem completely genuine to me since he "changed" so quickly.
That's because whiteness is seen as a standard. You'll never see anyone who's part white be accepted in society as a white person. Even people who are white-passing will start being treated differently when their true identity is revealed. This is due to the history of white supremacy and the one-drop-rule. Someone who's 25% white and 75% black is seen as just black, but someone who's 25% black and 75% white is seen as "not white enough." Anyways sorry for getting OT lol