Nobody convinces me that 2018 isn’t the best year for representation. So far, we’ve gotten;

  • Black Panther, a black superhero film
  • A Wrinkle In Time
  • Love Simon, a gay rom-com
  • Crazy Rich Asians, a rom-com with dominant Asian cast
  • A Quiet Place, a horror film with deaf representation
  • Hayley Kiyoko’s debut album “Expectations” a.k.a a gift from Lesbian Jesus
  • Janelle Monae’s “Make Me Feel”, “Django Jane” and “PYNK” (“Dirty Computer” whole album once it’s already fully released), celebrating pansexuality and black womanhood
  • Asian descent people winning, medalling at and making history at the Olympics (Yuzuru Hanyu, Nathan Chen, Mirai Nagasu, Chloe Kim, Shibs etc.)
  • Adam Rippon and Gus Kenworthy during the Olympics

So many that I can’t keep track of it. You guys can help me add more stuffs.


On a break from filming Voltron season 5 Coran Hieronymus Wimbleton Smythe takes on impersonating Norwegian ski jumper at 2018 Olympics

you say he’s gonna get a lion, but that man doesn’t need a lion to fly
he lost his eyebrows in a tragic accident however the mustache stayed untouched
the question is, if Coran’s in Pyeonchang, where’s Norwegian ski jumper Robert Johansson??


I feel like so many of us have wanted to see professional athletes, especially Olympians, ‘swap jobs’ to see what skills would transfer. This is great because a diver and a gymnast teach each other the basics of their trade, and it’s scientifically of interest, it’s all for science, there’s nothing about fit men or accents, it’s just, it’s science, okay, it’s sports, it’s athleticism and science and

Iron Man met Iron Man

Do you remember this guy?

For reference, my previous post about this iron man (2018 Olympic skeleton gold medalist Yun Sung-Bin) is HERE.  (* Related news : Hollywood reporter )

He said in an interview that he’d overcome his fear of skeleton sliding by imagining as if he were flying like Iron man.

Anyways, he finally met his idol during Avengers : Infinity War press tour in Singapore. Here are some pictures.

K-pop group EXO crushes performance at PyeongChang Closing Ceremony

EXO entered the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium on trucks, circled artistic projections of animals like a horse and tiger and knocked out a collection of its most famous songs, including Power and Growl, with all of the pyrotechnics you could wish for.

Photo: EXO performs during the Closing Ceremony of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on February 25, 2018 in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)