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- Most people in the LGBT community are faking it to feel special - Allies have no place in the LGBT community - Blaire White isn't problematic. Black Lives Matter shutting down LGBT events is. - I despise Beyonce and her 'music' - 'Cultural appropriation' isn't problematic - Most books are amateur pieces of shit. I don't blame people who don't like to read - The Hunger Games was just okay - The Walking Dead is an awful TV show. It's what I watch when I want to fall asleep - People who talk about nutrition without degrees in that science, or without having consulted a nutritionist, don't know what the fuck they're talking about and need to shut the fuck up - Humanity is primarily evil. Everyone who thinks that most people are good are delusional - Europe isn't racist. Just tired of terrorism.
Whoa! I didn't realize he actually put the symbol in the game. I was about to say that there really isn't anything you can do about the people who donate to you and that honestly I'm one of those people that as long as I get money I don't fucking care. But this is so different. It's like if he put a swastika in the game because a donor asked him to and he just assumed that because the swastika is also a buddhist thing, that the donor meant it as a buddhist thing. Fuck off Alex.
First of all I'm so sorry about your abuse... I know how terrible that is to go through and I really wish that that didn't happen to you. I wish you all the best, dear <3 I would just like to add to what Kiko has so eloquently said here. I don't think it's that anyone genuinely has an issue if you have a daddy kink. I think people have an issue when you talk about it all the god damn time. I don't want to be one of those people who gets 'triggered' by everything and wants to censor shit, but seeing the daddy kink fucking everywhere legitimately triggers my PTSD and it is very difficult to get through my day if I see and hear that shit everywhere I go and have to fight flashbacks. Legitimate triggers are when you cannot physically or mentally function because something has caused you to relive a traumatic event, and the WHOLE KINK IS ABOUT ABUSE AND TRAUMA. If that's your thing then I couldn't care less and I'm happy you've found something exciting to do in the bedroom. I'll throw this out there to prove a point - I have a rape kink. But I don't go around waving it in everyone's faces hoping that I'm not parading it around in front of a rape victim. You have to be aware of that crap. Also 'you' as in like... not 'you' but as in 'one' or 'they'. Not like. You you. English sucks.
You sound so sweet oh my god But exactly! It's easier to have a nice, rational discussion when we're not at each others' throats dehumanizing everyone we disagree with, and I'm really impressed and appreciative that Micky, the person who's being talk about in a negative way, was the first to initiate the positivity. Regardless of how I feel about her or the things she's said, that earns major brownie points for me. And let's even say for the sake of argument that she still holds those opinions that we have an issue with here. Because it's the internet, it's easier to be so harsh about it, and thus instigate the people we talk about to respond by spamming or trolling (which of course isn't justified but still). That's just how the internet is. But in real life neither side would do that. I'm a same sex-leaning bisexual and I've had very homophobic friends who made their opinions extremely well known. But we KNEW each other, and none of us ever wanted to genuinely hurt each others' feelings because we could clearly see that we're HUMANS with FEELINGS. In real life we just wouldn't say the shit about each other that we would on the internet. I could be friends with those people because even though their opinions were offensive as all shit they were still civil about it. Fucking wrong and offensive, but civil. And that's like what's just happened here. And yes~. Kudos to all the body positivity I saw Mickey promoting on her tumblr. Many loves for that .
First of all, thank you for remaining calm and civil through this. Usually that doesn't happen when someone we talk about comes on this forum to 'defend' themselves as I'm sure you know. But I do have some questions that I mean to ask only out of curiosity. I went back to check the facebook that was provided by the user who created this thread, and it was in fact called 'Kawaii Black Girls' which you say you are affiliated with. I thought I'd point that out if you'd like to comment on it. On the problematic posts made by virtually all your other accounts, can you say about when you made those posts? It's difficult to tell from the screenshots. Would you say you now disagree with what you said back then, or do you still hold those opinions? I've also just looked into your social media accounts (the ones I could find anyway as it seems you've either deleted or changed your twitter account?) and though it was very minimal research, I indeed didn't find anything worth talking about that came up in the recent past. If that's true, then I get it dude. I've said really stupid, problematic shit in the past too and if anyone on PULL found me back then I'd probably end up with a thread on this forum too. On your popularity... I usually agree with you on this and I can't stand when people make threads about unpopular, irrelevant people. However, you are a lot more popular than the more 'unpopular' people who've had threads made about them and you have had a lot more drama as well. Overall though, it doesn't really matter. Anything put on the internet is subject to scrutiny and criticism. While you may personally find it not worth talking about, a lot of people might, especially when you've put very debatable opinions out there. It's very easy and interesting to talk about. But I do get that this may be stressful to you, especially if you don't hold those opinions or act that way anymore, and if you really want to you can talk to a mod about it.
Because we all genuinely give a shit about your spam. We are all losing our fucking minds because there is a wall of text that we can just scroll past. It's too hard! I can't do it! I can't bring myself to scroooooooollllllllllllllllllll
Cirque du Freak by Darren Shan (about 272 pages) - It's a cute book that very much reminds me of a manga. It's also fast-paced and a light read, so I really recommend this if you can't find books that hold your attention. "In the tradition of Stephen King's 'Salem's Lot, Cirque Du Freak is the frightening saga of a young boy whose visit to a mysterious freak show leads him on a journey into a dark world of vampires. Filled with grotesque creatures, murderous vampires, and a petrifying ending, Cirque Du Freak will chill, thrill, and leave readers begging for more." The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky (about 213 pages) - A coming of age story about Charlie, a shy, socially awkward, but intelligent freshman in high school as he is introduced to "the world of first dates and mix tapes, family dramas and new friends; the world of sex, drugs, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show". It's a very light, quick read. I think I read it in about 3-4 hours, and most people I know who absolutely hate reading or just can't do it have at least read this book and love it. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde (about 254 pages) - A young, innocent and naive man in 19th century Britain becomes obsessed with his own inevitably fleeting beauty after an acquaintance tries to corrupt his innocence for the lulz. He then sells his soul to the titular picture of himself in exchange for eternal youth and becomes an awful, but intriguing man. Also gay. Gay everywhere. Everyone's gay and in fact when the author was on trial for homosexuality, this book was used against him as evidence. Also, beware of a certain chapter toward the middle-end of the book. It'll start talking about all the shit that Dorian owns. You can skip this whole chapter, as nothing central to the plot happens. It was only added because the publisher thought the book was too short. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne (about 224 pages) - I don't know if you've seen the movie or read it for school, but regardless, it's certainly a page-turner. "Berlin, 1942: When Bruno returns home from school one day, he discovers that his belongings are being packed in crates. His father has received a promotion and the family must move to a new house far, far away, where there is no one to play with and nothing to do. A tall fence stretches as far as the eye can see and cuts him off from the strange people in the distance. But Bruno longs to be an explorer and decides that there must be more to this desolate new place than meets the eye. While exploring his new environment, he meets another boy whose life and circumstances are very different from his own, and their meeting results in a friendship that has devastating consequences." Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson (about 176 pages) - Jeanette is a young girl raised by a fundamentalist Christian family and is very loyal to her faith. However, as she reaches puberty, she discovers that she is attracted to other girls, and cannot stop herself from engaging in relationships with them. The story follows Jeanette as she tries to reconcile her faith, family, and romantic preferences.
I became aware of him about two or three years ago when my friend was obsessed with him and blindly agreed with all of his opinions. She showed me a video of his where he talks about how people with mental illnesses need to 'just get over it' because apparently just telling yourself to be happy is enough, or whatever. Idk. I think he believed that you could control your emotions very easily. Anyway, I was going through a lot of abuse at home and I developed really bad anxiety and depression, which I would only rarely share with my friend if she insisted on knowing, because she's one of those friends who will never be there for you but expects you to be there for her. Anyway, she then proceeded to aggressively tell me that I'm just 'choosing' to be upset and that I'm not doing enough for myself. Because ONISION said so. I stopped talking to her after that, needless to say. Also, his supposedly 'comedic' videos are fucking retarded. That... that 'I'm a banana' video or whatever... that killed a little bit of my soul. How anyone thought that was funny is beyond me.
As someone who's a victim of incest (not going into details but I'm sure from the topic of the forum you can guess) this kink absolutely fucking disgusts me. I don't care if you can't help it and that's your thing. Whatever. Do you boo. But I have a serious issue with people talking about it in public. I don't want to be a special snowflake and demand that everyone be conscientious of every possible consequence of their speech. I really don't. So if someone mentions it positively and doesn't know what happened to me, as long as they're apologetic that it made me uncomfortable, that's okay. But way too many fucking times when someone notices I'm uncomfortable when someone mentions that kink, EVEN AFTER I TELL THEM WHAT HAPPENED, they still flip a shit because I'm 'kink shaming'. It's fucking ridiculous. To reiterate, I guess. I don't care if anyone is interested in it and wants to take part in it. I have a lot of controversial kinks too, I understand. But don't fucking parade it around and get pissy if someone becomes uncomfortable.
"Pelvic floor dysfunction" fffff I have a really bad case of that actually and all that happens is sometimes you get a momentary sharp pain in ya cooch. like maybe once a week. and if you sit down for like two seconds it's fine. omg