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I don't think it's relevant to refer to her as first woman or first transgender woman to play in LCS tho, bc she's still a girl, but afaik she made a lot of requests in order to accept playing in public/LCS, and it might sound rude, but if it's your most desired goal, wouldn't you be willing to do anything it takes? I kinda understand she wanted to have surgery at that time to feel more comfortable in public, but I still feel very divided in that matter. I also agree that her passing away doesn't shield her, it just bothers me that this might happen with other egirls, even tho the circumstances might be different. I feel so weird reading her chan posts bc of all the 'it was a fetish and still is' thing, but I don't really have much to say besides her depression got really worse within the years. This is why I don't buy all the 'passed away peacefully'. Anyways, may she rest in peace now.
I agree with you in most of your points, but maybe she suffered from such a heavy body dysphoria that led her to go through so many surgeries, and not just her sexualized self and fetishes. BUT, she could have done both: surgeries and therapy, one at a time, priorizing therapy and mental health, of course. SRS is such an invasive procedure and she was in so much pain since she went through the first ones, this all favored her suicidal thoughts. I just feel she was constantly trying to fight and argue with people who didn't agree with her, when she could've just let it be and take care of herself and what she wanted to do. It's easy for me to say, but she was always being so aggressive towards a lot of people, including fans, who had different opinions, that she started to lose support, and it led to her feeling so lonely as well. Still, it's all sad, I feel bad the situation has come to this point.
Guys, I know we are discussing about a lot of egirls and ebois at the same time, but I think this should be brought to light. I just learned today that Remilia/Maria Creveling passed away two days ago. I logged into my twitter and saw a person I follow leaving a message about it. I'll leave everything hidden in case this is triggering for someone.
Makeup is somehow like painting. Your face is the canvas, you do whatever pleases you. If you wanna use makeup to the point people don't recognize you, that's fine, and if you wanna go for a natural or light look, that's fine too. Whenever you wanna paint a bowl of fruits or some aliens flying on a blue cow, that's up to you as long as you're enjoying it. There's no point in doing this to make other people happy because someone's always gonna talk about it. With that being said, I'm not saying she can't be criticized for her actions overall, but bringing this up and trying to make strict concepts/rules about (her) makeup doesn't make sense. We're just wondering what she could do to achieve a better look (I'm assuming she likes the flawless skin big eyes anime look, so telling tips to make it less cake-ish would be an example of relevant criticism). I think people making her makeup a big deal about "being fake", "too much", etc, could make her feel even more insecure. I know you're trying to give your opinion in the matter, but to me, her excessive use of makeup and filters is not a problem, but it's a consequence of other problems that she is going through.
She says "fine, I give up" like she's a big celebrity of some sort, yet I don't see her doing anything new, impressive or with a huge impact that would require her to hide herself on a different Twitter account and/or hide other social media accounts. She speaks like she is being chased by paparazzi, but I honestly feel most people are growing tired of her drama by now. Her public/fans feels like being the same as always to me, as the content she makes (always trying to "be that different girl" but too insecure that people will see through her); maybe that is why she created a tiktok account.
So far the celebs on tiktok that I got the chance to see or follow in social medias, it gave me a huge amount of cringe, just like the video she posted on her IG stories, but maybe I dont have a good eye to pick decent content creators.
I don't know if you all saw it, but Emiru posted a video on her Instagram stories with an earrape soundtrack while dancing with her dinasty ahri cosplay on. It looks like one of those tiktok videos. Should we expect her doing this kind of stuff, now that it's a "trend"? I don't think this is the best way to get more attention but maybe she calmed down about the "im an egg owo" stuff someone mentioned here?
I'm new to this topic and lemme just say something that has been pointed out already, but it's really important:
YouTube shouldn't ban Eugenia because she is anorexic. They should ban her because she PROMOTES it. When she says she would hate gaining weight, or she's naturally like that, or that she's happy when people compliment her weight and say they wanted to weigh the same as her, it's a bad influence and should be taken down from YouTube. People who promote obesity or other disorders should be taken down as well. Not every anorexic, obese, whatever disorder, makes a person a bad influence for their public, because not all of them promotes it. I'm saying this because my friend's sister used to watch Eugenia's channel and she passed away recently, due to complications of her anorexia. I don't know the details and I don't want to, because I wanna respect my friend and give her space, but I know her sister used to be very skinny and used to say "she wanted to look like Eugenia and other skinny girls she followed", as well as she was always saying there was nothing wrong and she was fine. This is why YouTube should take Eugenia's channel down, but I don't think it's gonna happen and I don't want to think about the consequences of it, considering Eugenia's life revolves around her channel and other social medias. She needs help ASAP and the whole internet knows it already... And again, there's not much we can do if she doesn't want help. I don't know what else to add here, sorry.
I have some friends who watch porn even in a relationship but only for some very specific reason, for example: when the partner is going to travel and they're gonna be apart for a long time (and even considering that, I don't see the point of Emiru doing this because she lives with Dyrus). Is this stuff that Emiru posted showing us how sexually active their relationship is? Is she trying to look kinky or something? Maybe trying to make sex in a "gamer couple" relationship a big deal? Please someone clarify this to me. I don't get a clue of what she's trying to achieve this time, I really don't.
Someone said a few posts ago that Emiru might be going through depression lately. Besides the self-hate about her being half asian has been going for a while, I think most of these attitudes are linked to her depression. I feel it got worse - both the depression and her attitude, and I don't know if that's her way of calling for help, but we can see there's something wrong. Maybe next week she will start complaining and posting about other details from her life that will make people call her out on her BS as usual, but she needs to seek professional help if she is really going through a bad time, instead of trying to act like she has everything, like you said. Her content was a bit interesting, but now it's not even good to stick around because of this behavior you've mentioned.
Thanks for pointing it out, I guess I didn't know how to express in proper terms. So, what about her complains on Twitter saying that people won't leave her alone? I mean, if what you say is correct - and I actually agree because you were able to describe it better than I ever could - are the haters wrong, or is something that she said that is wrong, in the middle of this confusion? Because from what I saw lately on stream, she tries too much to hide her Asian features and tries to emphasize her white traits. To me it's seems she isn't totally comfortable about being mixed and having asian heritage, so i dont quite understand why she's complaining.
Ok, I've been following this topic in anonymous again but since the ethnicity thing came up, I might as well give a few words. I, myself, am a mix of German and Italian ancestry. Both my surnames are from the original countries. I have parents from Germany and Italy. Which means: I have ANCESTORS in both countries, but I was born in Latin America. I am freaking a Brazilian white being, born in my own country. I'm not a EUW civilian, nor I am German or Italian. I don't claim I'm German because I wasn't born in freaking Germany. Withthat being said, it applies to Emily as well. She's a North America citizen. She's american. From my point of view, it's wrong to say you're Asian when you're not even born there. The same applies to "being German". People don't call her out trying to invalidate her ancestry (which she can't deny, it's in her face that she has Asian ancestry). People might be calling her out on this because she's saying something she is not... But I might be interpretating it wrong. I just wanted to state this because I thought she changed, but she's trying to claim a space it's not hers. I can understand why people get mad at this subject... Also I'm not sure but I've seen her claiming in stream that she got bullied for being mixed, and I can't tell if it's true, but I have a lot of mixed friends who weren't bullied because they were mixed. Please y'all feel free to point out if this line of thought it's right. And I guess I'll be unfollowing her again, tired of giving her more chances and she is messing this up.
Also I edited because I think she's using the word ethnicity in a wrong way and I wanted to make it clear that she has Asian and German ancestry, but I think ethnicity is about where you are born, and she wasn't born in China neither Germany.
I'm so sorry that I can't provide the tweet, but I'm sure it wasn't about her dealing with this kind of treatment. I'm sad to hear that people make suicide donations to streamers... I also agree you should ban a subscriber even if they've been subscribed to your channel by months in a row, because it's your channel and also your health. Although what I meant is that Emiru most likely doesn't care for her subscribers and fans, and she isn't nice towards them either when sh*t hits the fan (like when she was tilting, because overall she is nice when someone donates or subscribes, and she interacts with the chat frequently). But... She doesn't even have cool content anymore, it's just her complaining about how she doesn't wanna play botlane due to actual metas, being stuck in D5/D4 and doing aesthetic stream content. I'm sure there are people who enjoy this content and there is a fanbase that really likes and supports her, but even for them she is being rude when she doesn't stream and just let them wait, without any news. Other people might have other things to do besides streaming, but I wonder what she is doing that she isn't even sticking around for her "real fans"; she doesn't have other jobs, neither she is in college as far as I know, and she once said her job is full time streaming. This is what I think about her stream "career" and herself, but I don't have anything else to point at this moment. Sorry if it came out rude.
I'm new to this thread but I've read everything since the beginning and kept following from page 80. I already posted here but it seems it didn't got approved. I used to be a fan of her until I got here and started to realize how rude she is towards her fans. She reposted a tweet a few months ago saying "if your followers and subscribers donate to you, you still owe them nothing", something like that. I feel disrespected (never donated but was always watching her) because she doesn't keep with a schedule, so basically when you subscribe, you're not even having a chance to support her stream because she's not f***ing there. Another thing that I wanna point out is: in the beginning of this thread, a pic of her accusing another female streamer of viewbotting can be seen. I've watched Kaceytron's stream for a while and it didn't reach 1K of viewers, but the chat just didn't stop; meanwhile Emiru got 4K of viewers but the chat consisted of the same people and it wasn't flooded. I don't know, this is strange to me. The last thing is that one day she was tilting and she screamed that we should stop telling her how to play, because we're probably gold. I replied that to be in diamond, everyone got to go through gold elo at least once, and people started to attack me, like they were pleased to have Emily insulting them. I don't like her content anymore, I think she's prettier having her natural look - she has a VOD "proving" how she got her proms done and she looked really pretty and relaxed in the clip. I just feel like she doesn't respect her followers anymore, despite what they think about her makeup, pushup bras, et cetera. There where times she didn't stream for a week but was online on every other social media. If I subscribed to her twitch, I'd be very mad that she doesn't show up at all, nor she gives any news about the stream.
I've seen another streamer who plays ADC and just chooses the champion as it pleases her gameplay, and she's not worried about that stereotype. Emiru could learn something from other streamers. I feel like lately she altered her voice tone to sound more 'cute', which reminds me that people where complaining about her low toned voice. Maybe she does read this topic. BTW, I'm new on the website. I was just following the page anonymously. I've been following Emiru for a while and I've noticed some changes, but not for the good side.