Nobody has to agree with me on this since I understand everyone has their own opinion and such, but assuming that all Western artists have ulterior motives when it comes to their interactions with BTS at/after the BBMAs is kind of … unnecessary? 

Sure, I get that is how the industry works and making connections is the way to gain a bigger audience worldwide. But literally claiming every snapchat or collaboration or mention of BTS by another Western artist as the artist being obsequious in order to weasel their way into Eastern culture and reach a wider following makes it come across that you only think BTS are worth the interactions for their money and status. Remember that these Western artists are musicians too, and so, of course, they are going to pay their respects and perhaps try to learn more about BTS, the first Korean pop group in history to make it as nominees, nonetheless win an award on the Billboard Music Awards. That does not mean that they are prying for an opportunity to take advantage of the boys’ fame for their own sake.

Let BTS have their moment. Let them be respected by the artists that we all know they respect without having to assume every little detail. They deserve this time to shine and make an even greater name for themselves in the Western world!

anonymous asked:

I'm surprised you're not going for a degree in screenwriting or producing or whatnot, since you're really good at storytelling and fantastically expressive.

I would love to be a screenwriter, but I’m thinking of Media Management and Production? how do we all feel about that? can we see me doing that?

Things people with ADHD people can have without being autistic:
-sensory processing disorder
-special interests
-executive dysfunction
-cognitive asymmetry
-sensory overloads
-sensory underloads
-learning disorders
-mental illnesses
-social difficulties due to inattentiveness/being distracted or oblivious
-social anxiety