<b>Seth:</b> HOPE!! HOPE, HOPE, HOPE!! GUESS WHAT!!?<p/><b>Hope:</b> what?!<p/><b>Seth:</b> I love you hope, like...a lot...and I've been thinking a lot about you, not Ina creepy way...i just, feel like we have a strong connection...like we're not just friends...<p/><b>Hope:</b> you're right Seth -grabs Seth's big paws and brings them close- we're not just friends...<p/><b>Seth:</b> r-really?! S-so y-you s-see u-us as-<p/><b>Hope:</b> were best friends!!<p/><b>Seth:</b> ...*re-fucking-jected**<p/></p>
Colorism isn’t just a Korean issue, colorism is GLOBAL so yall pulling that “its their culture” bs can chill because in every race and ethnicity, colorism exists and darker skinned people get treated differently.
What BTS said was ignorant and harmful and nothing is gonna get done if you fools keep treating them like they’re perfect. They’re human beings like you and me and will fuck up and make plenty of mistakes. That doesn’t make them bad people who should disappear.
Preferences are fine. Preferences that perpetuate colorism? Not fine.
Whoever feels offended and disappointed have a right to be. You dont have any right telling them they are wrong and stupid. You don’t know their experiences with colorism and you just make yourself look like an insensitive bitch trying to derail and talk over people.
What if my problem wasn’t that I don’t understand people but that I don’t like them? What if I was obliged to hurt you for something like this? I mean, physically. I think you’d have to believe afterwards, if you could, that agreeing to participate, and then backing out at the critical moment was a mistake. Because that’s what I’m telling you, as clearly as I can.