I've noticed the same thing about the ftm thing. Fake FtMs tend to be usually weebs/kboos, fujoshis, ship Kpop male idols together, "gay" (and act like they are a yaoi character), can pretend to be (half) E. Asian etc. Those girls are an insult to real transmen. I feel bad for actual transgender people who have to deal with those idiots, like those guys who think they are transwomen because they have a weird sissy fetish and girls who think they are trans/want to be trans because they watch too much yaoi. Being transgender, dealing with dysphoria, etc, is anything but fun.
Is he the new Rachel Dolezal or? He follows a bunch of Asian "activists" and a lot of his captions are about racism against East Asians. How can you preach about racism against Asians while literally pretending to be half Japanese lmaoo?? "we", "us"
Coming from someone lying about being half Japanese....
Dude, embrace your own culture and stop pretending to be something you aren't and will never be.
No one said that asexual problems are invalid lol. Leetchit literally said that "being asexual is harder than being bisexual" which is obviously not true. LGBT individuals deal with different problems that are more complicated and that you can't compare because they are not even the same. Asexuals have their own problems sure, but there's no need to compare them to LGBT problems because they are on a whole other level, no one is "playing oppression Olympics'', it's just how it is in actual real life.
I don't get what's the point in comparing yourself as a person who doesn't feel sexual attraction and your struggles (related to your lack of sexual attraction) to people who get killed/jailed/disowned for who they are/who they love. Not the same thing.
I don't think people (other than your partner and maybe your parents) care if you like sex or not...? "it's even more harder to be accepted as asexual rather than bisexuals " I've never heard stories of asexuals being kicked out of their house/disowned for being asexual, called slurs for being asexual, having laws against them, etc. Asexuals may have their own problems but you can't compare them to what bisexuals (or transgenders and gays) have because they don't have it harder than them. I know it's your opinion lol but I'm sorry, saying it's harder to be accepted as asexual than bisexual is not the truth.
Lol I don't get what's the problem with her being not Korean and wearing a hanbok, she is a tourist isn't she, and there are touristic places in Korea (or any other country) where you pay to wear traditional clothing like hanboks and you can have a photoshoot while wearing it. I don't get why some people get annoyed by tourists wearing-trying out traditional clothing respectfully in the country they are visiting, there is nothing wrong with that.
- People (& prevention ads) often say that ''Suicide is egoistic, selfish" , that you shouldn't commit suicide because it will affect others and ruin their lives, etc. I understand, but, at the same time I don't, and I dislike this way of thinking. To me, it's like a way to blame the people committing suicide or dealing with suicidal thoughts somehow. Someone is taking their OWN life but still, how others will be affected is supposed to be more important than how that suicidal person lived the whole time suffering? Telling someone who has depression or x mental illness, that she is selfish for wanting to end her own life, due in part to how badly her mental health is, is selfish? Isn't it more selfish to think it's others or yourself that will be the most affected by someone's suicide than the person itself.
I feel like shit and been having a headaches since I've learned about his death, and I still can't believe it. I'm not into kpop anymore but SHINee was the only Kpop group I cared about and the group I grew up with since my teen years, 2009-2010. Taemin and Jonghyun were and still are to this day my fav people in Kpop. He always smiled, he also supported LGBT, women, talked against sexism,racism and got so much backlash for it. He was very talented. I never really understood people being so affected by the death of a celebrity and crying but here I am. I wish Korea and other countries would take mental health more seriously, it honestly pisses me off as someone who is also struggling with mental health issues.
- Kpop is not any different or special from American pop, they are both mainstream music - Kpop is getting quite popular worldwide and I can't wait for Kpop to become some dead old trend - Kpop fans are HELLA annoying - BTS is way too overrated
I don't know why but although I know nothing about Melanie I've never liked her, she seemed to me like a bitch? lol. I do like 3 of her songs tho. I haven't really followed this whole story but I don't understand why people always jump to conclusions so fast when stuff like that happen, people were already burning their Melanie merch when they learned about it. What if she was wrongly accused? I'm not defending her, I don't even like her lol, but can't people wait?