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i feel like people take the genders of pokemon too seriously ok so i really like primarina--who has a high chance of being male, btw (since its a starter pokemon). it's the first time i truly liked a starter's design. personally, i prefer if my fave pokemon are female (with the exception of milotic). though people who say that it shouldn't be a male bec of it's feminine design..and it should be a female-only species thing (this same goes to male gardevoirs)....like, okay, i understand the reaction? but in animals, they have varied gender roles. this for an example. and pokemon aren't even humans, lol. plus there are men who act feminine and cross dress so why should something deemed 'feminine' be a female specific thing...idk.
i dont agree with the quote "if you guys are meant to be together, it would've happened already" like...no...ik some healthy couples who have to make effort before becoming 'official' at first. or they have to fight whats keeping them from each other.
my mental health has been terrible this year i'm more sensitive than i used to be. i cant brush off terrible things like i used to. then it sticks to me, and it haunts me. and i dont even want to think of things that hurt me. i feel trapped. i need someone to talk to.
ppl really need to spend less on threads named 'signs youre pretty/ugly' bec everyone has varying experiences. i know someone who was pretty. when she got ps, its only when people admitted to her that they found her pretty to begin with. i even have a friend who isnt conventionally pretty but she gets hit on a lot. its pointless to seek validation from reddit threads (and sometimes quora answers) bec it varies.
filipino here too. i dont hate being SEA or being filipino--and same here! i want to even my skin tone out. my face + upper body are lighter bec i use an umbrella, while my arms and legs are darker lmao. i personally think that if someone is pretty, their skin tone doesnt matter
as for korea and its beauty standard---it definitely makes me nervous, and ik im not alone in feeling this. sad to say, i cant help but feel nervous at the thought of visiting there? i already have body image issues to begin with--and while im definitely trying to feel better abt myself, my self esteem is pretty low (like heck my looks are so important to me). it doesnt help the fact that south koreans are racist towards SEA people like me luckily, i haven't come across a racist korean and all the koreans i met were nice (one was even my close friend, and we're still on okay terms despite not talking much anymore) i feel even more sorry for the girls on this thread too.
not even a fucking week and im already seeing people talk shit abt other idols
ik theres every toxic fan in every fandom...but idk man, its something that i dont wanna see at all. as some people already mentioned here pages ago, kpop stans are ready to throw their morals out for whatever reason--or maybe they dont have any to begin with. im so close to being done with kpop fandoms. don't be afraid to show your love to the kpop idols you care about. they may not see it, but it helps that you care. we'll never know what theyre like in person---but theyre still people regardless. i'm not a sulli fan. but the fact she said she felt lonely made me feel sad....i wish i sent a message that i care. i dont know.