Idols will gain weight
Idols will get acne
Idols will get angry
Idols will cry
Idols will get sick
Idols will make mistakes
Idols will sometimes say stupid things
Idols can have depression or anxiety
Idols can have eating disorders
Idols have feelings
Idols can find love
Idols can get hurt
Idols aren’t perfect angels
They aren’t gods or goddesses
They aren’t elements of perfection that are there to be objectified
They aren’t there to be worshipped
They aren’t pure and innocent
They are all just extremely hard working human beings who are just trying to make a living. Always keep this in mind.

By reblogging this post, it means that you have promised yourself that you will NEVER call an idol “daddy” on their SNS or to their face, because you have understood why it is wrong, and why it should not be done. Either keep these thoughts and other kinks in your head or away from the eyes of the person you are referring to. Let’s all try to be a little bit more mature about this. It’s more serious than we all think it is.

Things you get to DO as a fan:

● Support them
● Buy their music
● Buy their merch
● Watch their music videos
● Request their music on the radio
● Cry with their selfies
● Laugh with their interviews


Things you DON’T get to do as a fan:

★ Choose who they should date
★ Hate on the people they date
★ Act like you own them
★ Be an asshole

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: k-pop was supposed to be something that made people feel good, but instead it has become a way of receiving more likes, views, and followers. not only has it become something people use to gain popularity, but fans are constantly fighting each other and promoting their faves by demoting others. why can't it just be enjoyed like it used to be? why does everything have to be a competition? when will people stop using k-pop as a pathway to thousands of subscribers?