Just saw someone say that trying to reason with “shaladins” was like trying to reason with transmisogynists and white supremacists…
So basically, because this person dislikes shipping Shiro with his peers for valid-to-them (but not actually canon) reasons, trying to talk sense into anyone that ships those Shiro ships would be as pointless as trying to talk sense into bigots.
Like really awful bigots.
I’m trying to resist the urge to engage with this person because they’re probably thirteen and I am TIRED, but where do they get off making such a comparison?
For multiple reasons (like the fact that the problematic aspects of Shiro ships aren’t freaking canon/real or how the post acts like transmisogynists and racists couldn’t possibly be in their anti communities) that post rubs me the wrong way and I can’t believe someone thought it was appropriate to say.
Even if those totes nasty Shaladin ships were actually awful (and I mean… They’re not actually awful as they’re all teenagers as per official material and there’s no power imbalance), shipping them would not even be remotely comparable to anything white supremacists or terfs have done and continue to do.
In case you were wondering, I still really hate the voltron fandom and it’s still determined to be garbage.
“I punched someone.” - minseok “What?! Why?! Are you hurt? Where are you? You are in so much trouble young man!” - jimin
“I punched someone.” - minseok “Why?” - jungkook “He made fun of Sehun’s lisp.” - minseok “Was there blood?” - jungkook “Yes.” - minseok “Good.” - jungkook
“Mom, why is the sky green?” - yixing “It..isn’t….” - jimin “Oh.” - yixing
“Dad I’m hungry.” - jongin “There’s some leftover chicken.” - jungkook “No there isn’t.” - jongin “Oh yeah I ate it lol.” - jungkook
and their family group chat is just chaotic
high school was definitely an….interesting time
jimin’s certain suho and kyungsoo already lost their virginity
both parents are speechless when jongdae comes home crying over a break up
baekhyun had the hardest time out of all understanding his sexuality
jungkook doesn’t know if it’s the trend or whatever but chanyeol and sehun’s hair changes color every week and he wants it to stop
yixing dates the school’s bad boy and as much as jungkook trust yixing, he doesn’t trust the boy.
minseok gets insecure about himself and jimin going through deep measure to reassure his son that he is perfect the way he is
jongin falls in love with two people, and neither jimin and jungkook are prepared to handle the shitstorm that came with that
they still share rooms because no house is big enough for the eleven of them
jimin sulks when some of the kids grew taller than him
jimin and jungkook are the embarrassing parents
soccer practice, dance lessons, theaters….wherever they are, they mortify their children and humilate them
but it’s okay because jikook doesn’t give a damn
lots of crying and shouting on game nights. it is team mommy and team daddy plus the scorekeeper. the neighbors usually call the cops around 2 in the morning
the kids try to throw a party when jimin and jungkook are out and they get caught
jikook can be cruel when it comes to punishments
camping trips are filled with complaining and anti-social teenagers. but night time usually ends with yixing and chanyeol playing the guitar and the family singing around the campfire so it’s not that bad.
it’s difficult to send each child off to college. some going to the city, other’s going out of the country.
it gets quiet and lonely around the house, but jimin and jungkook learns to appreciate the family time they have when all nine of them come back for school breaks and holidays.
plus, there’s always grandchildren. lots and lots of grandchildren.
here’s a small dose of fluff and crack for today’s negativity.
i apologize if you’re not an exo fan and this was a bit hard to keep up with haha
Genre: Fluff (Rated M for mentions of sex and coarse language)
Summary: A budding romance started with similar interests in a bookstore
A little quiet, more observant than not, and perhaps, a bit of a bibliophile in your own sense - that was what defined you.
The days of your teenage years were spent huddled up in the most comfortable crook of the public library, surrounded by shelves of the seemingly endless supply of paperbacks or hardcovers you so enthusiastically devoured. Unlike some girls your age who were obsessing over the in vogue Gucci line of the season or not-so-subtly batting their eyelashes fervently at the school’s hunks, you showed little to no interest in anything except your beloved books.
Which was why meeting the love of your life with tousled bangs and the most sparkling eyes that crinkled ever so wildly in the young adult fiction section of the bookstore just down your street was far from a mere coincidence. Like a carefully and deviously plotted novel, twists weaving in and out of pages, this story was a roaring tempest in the darkest of nights and a warm fireplace on a wintry morning with a cup of cocoa and melted marshmallows.
I’ve been blessed to witness abrasive, rude, anti-social, and aggressive teenagers (male and female) support, bond with, and relate to their vulnerable peers in the most unique and surprising ways. Peer relationships are powerful and watching teenagers support one another is one of the greatest and most wonderful things I get to witness as a therapist
Mayucva I'm so sorry but I thought your username was "Mayucvs" like the cvs store and so my grandma waltzed in while I was on my device and also thought that so she said: "Why are you on a 'new trendy cvs site?' And to make matters worse, she thought that Dr. Flug was an really anti-social teenager that:" always stays on Facebook 24/7."
HAHA! Oh man that’s amazing :’)
I now need to claim ownership of the CVS stores >8)