OK SO I DONT KNOW WHY BUT I FELT PRETTY GOOD TODAY LIKE RIGHT NOW AND BECAUSE TOMOROW WE TAKE OUR GRADUATION PICTURES I WAS LIKE “WELL I COULD TRY SOME MASCARA IT WOULD BE DIFFERENT THAN NOTHING AT ALL LIKE ALWAYS LOL” SO YOU KNOW WHAT I PIT ON SOME MASCARA AND LOOK AT HOW BRIGHT MY EYES ARE LOOK AT THOSE DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE EYES AND TELL ME THEY DO NOT SHINE LIKE TEN BILLIONS DIAMONDS.

hate it when people say mixed babies will end racism

my experiences might be a little skewed considering disabilities, christian “ideals”, and white control

two immigrant parents here, both of them were brought to america by means of their parents (my mother’s adopted parents) for them to have a “better life” therefore taught their original language + english, but on my mom’s side she was adopted from south korea from my white grandparents because she has dwarfism. mom was taken from korea at around ~13, they don’t know her real age because my mom’s family had some messed up problems with her being a dwarf and was abandoned and never returned to her family

—skip to my father—

my grandmother wanted a better life for her 7 kids so she raised them in thailand but moved to seattle and taught her children english both here and back in thailand, so they were able to intermingle within the school system on a relatively okay basis, but that probably caused problems within my dad having to know thai and english, when i was born they both raised me with only english in mind

—here we are—

i was a planned baby, but they had absolutely no idea how society would be considering by the time i was born they were both past the generation to see (my mom was 28 my dad was 41)

they did however know that if they gave me an asian name i would be berated for it (both parents having native names), so they decided to give me a name that would be from white people but not exactly a name that white people would give their children

but i absolutely hate when people think that mixed kids will somehow “fix" racism because their lazy asses can’t do anything about it and just shove it off to their kids and hope that they’ll do something about it

like i have some kind of mental issue where language doesn’t really click in my mind unless i’m taught day in and day out and constantly remind myself on how to read things (i was learning japanese in highschool and learned hangul just recently) and i always feel like i don’t have a home

like i look at korea and thailand and want to go there, someplace without all these white people constantly telling me that i should pick a side on who i am and forget the other side

while i want to identify more with my thai father, there’s nothing i can do about looking more like my korean mother

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anonymous said:

Wow. I'm astounded with that anon who is so against the idea of bottom!Steve. I understand the concern about patriarchal gender norms and how that can be harmful, but it's not about "emasculation of the 'manlier' character, or 'putting him in his place'". It's exploring a possible characterization for Steve that is not necessarily supported by canon. That's what I love about fanfic, it's an endless realm of possibilities. Trying to say Steve is one or the other -I think- is the real problem.

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