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rating my favorite Yoosung CGs

lets get right to it ladies

  • CLASSIC YOOSUNG
  • wearing his favorite hoodie
  • happy boy
  • beautiful shiny eyes that ya just FALL IN LOVE WITH
  • LOLOL button
  • :D
  • 12/10
  • :c
  • MY POOR SAD BOI :c
  • someone please :c
  • where he smile :c
  • :c
  • but also: THIS PURE V AND YOOSUNG INTERACTION
  • 9/10 indiana sad bois club :c
  • I JUST OPENED THIS IMAGE AND AUDIBLY GASPED
  • FUCK M8
  • F CU C FUC k
  • fuck ing hell yknow
  • just
  • im fucking emo i c
  • 100000000000/10 FOR THE BOY THAT LOVES YOU SO FUCK MMUCH WEKFBSJSEVFJKESJFSHF
  • :((((((((((((((((
  • :(((
  • give he hug
  • smol and sad
  • he’s just a kid and life IS A NIGHT MARE
  • HE’S JUST A KID HE KNOWS THAT ITS NOT FAIR
  • 11/10 i fucking love him so fuc king mu ch
  • CINDERELLA WHO????
  • I ONLY KNOW PRINCESS YOOSUNG
  • bitch im
  • bitch
  • he mouth is so small and so cute what the fu cko
  • GOOD RAG ON HE HEAD IT LOOK GOOD IT VERY NICE AND GOOD AND I LIKE IT AL LOT
  • 13/10
  • >:|
  • that meme of the little chick holding the knife
  • 12/10
  • WWWWOOOOOOOHOOoooOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • PUT YOUR HANDS TOGETHER LADIES AND GENTLEMEN!!!
  • THIS IS JUST CLASSIC!!! GIVE IT UP!
  • tol boi :3
  • he wrap he arms around u :3
  • merry fucking christmas :3
  • his shoulders r so broad i wanna fucking lick him
  • 16/10
  • BIWEBGIUZSDJFBZLJFBSZEJF
  • TURTLE E NECK
  • TURTLE NECK
  • T U RTLE CNEKC
  • T UR DBEHDC NECKS
  • GLASSES
  • ROS
  • ROSE S FUCk
  • BLUSH THE FUCKING BLUSH THE BLUSH GUYS THE BLUSH
  • 1009347/10

Trans women function as a sort of intellectual curiosity, a Schrödinger’s cat or Gender Trolley Problem for non trans women to argue over. Like, we serve as a sort of Scholastic figure to argue the theory over, and the implications of our hypothetical existence and what it means for ~gender~.

The main obstacle for non trans women abt this situation (on either side), the primary problem, is that we *actually* exist

anonymous asked:

nobody cares if trans women are pro choice or not. abortion rights & the rising maternal mortality rate will never affect any of you ever. you're an ally just like pro choice men. the amount of objection to uterus/vagina signs at the march & your separation of women's oppression from its sex based origin to something we've identified into based on vague feminine feelings or something, belies your solidarity bid. afabs are oppressed for different reasons than trans women. you're not the same.

Honestly, I find this entire conversation so tiresome. You are talking past my points completely if you think that I am identifying the source of women’s oppression in ‘feeling feminine’.

I’m sure that you’ve heard it before and honestly I know that these sorts of arguments don’t really phase RFs, but not every single woman faces all of the component parts of misogyny. Womanhood is an experience that is modified by all sorts of other factors, to the extent that trying to place it in one specific locus is going to be unintelligible in a material sense. So like, your arguments leave behind intersex cafab people as well as infertile women, if we are to see women’s reproductive ability as somehow the root of their oppression. If we are talking abt ‘assumed reproductivity’, then at the end of the day there are going to be at least some camab people who are included in people assumed to be able to get pregnant. I dunno, I just feel like y'alls system of categorization doesn’t track onto real life.

I am somewhat agnostic abt the origins of all misogyny in the world (tho tbh that brings up another substative issue w RF, which is treating misogyny as a trans-historical and trans-cultural phenomenon that can be compared to each other, but that’s for another time). I don’t think it’s particularly helpful to making things better *now*.

For acting like I don’t take misogyny seriously, I would argue w you that I actually see misogyny as a more totalizing force in our society than you do. Y'all are playing a 3rd rate Shulamith Firestone, without any of the transhumanism that makes her theory make any sense (even if it is also wrong). What I’m saying is that misogyny is a force that will always be imposed upon women and people who are seen as un-men, regardless of whatever it is that we might do.

I do believe that women’s bodies are denigrated and controlled. I’ve already said that. You think that when I say that trans women’s bodies are included there, that I’m making some sort of statement that cis women’s bodies aren’t actually stigmatized, but what i would say is that the insight of including trans women’s experience is that womanhood as a social position and as an exploitative measure of control extends to all people considered women. The situation is in fact, much much worse than simply taking refuge in the idea that it came about because of some inexplicable hatred of certain body morphologies.

Just like how when women start to be more represented in a career, the pay drops. It’s not that the careers themselves are hated or not, it’s the person who has it (women). No amount of trying to solve the problem thru absolving gender or trying to make an ‘equal’ complimentary system will work because the category of womanhood is imposed on people in order to exploit us. It’s arbitrary and capricious, like a lot of the supposedly objective social systems that are used to exploit and harm people.

tbh I would love it if I could just be an ally to misogyny, sometimes. Like, who wouldn’t want like less shitty things to happen to them? I would love to just be an ally in a fight against transphobia too, but with both of these things, I am impacted by them in my daily life to such an extent that it’s unwise for me to ignore them. I feel real alienated from feminism, but I feel the need of self-preservation as a woman when I am confronted daily w misogyny. I am always considering not calling myself a feminist, just to be pulled back in when some dude (or sometimes woman) proposes or argues something misogynistic and harmful to us. So, against both of our wishes (mine, because you are a reactionary; you, because you don’t see me as truly human) our struggles for liberation are inextricably tied up in each other.

And maybe that’s the most unpleasant thing that I can say to you.

@fiercerebekah│♕│ Continued From Here

❛ This is one of the MANY reasons I love you. You’re so very right ❜ She replied with a grin, ❛ speaking of men. Tell me, I haven’t seen you with anyone in a while. Any prospects worth mentioning? ❜

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Okay, by that logic, I have a few complaints of my own:

1.) Johny Depp played Tonto despite not being Native American.

2.) Rodrigo Santoro played Xerxes despite not being Persian.

3.) Tyler Perry regularly plays a woman in most of his movies, specifically a black woman, despite being a black man.

They are called “actors/actresses” for a reason. It’s an act.

They might as well have casted Steve Job’s corpse instead of Ashton Kutcher in Jobs, or find someone who actually had Polio to play FDR in Pearl Harbor. Basically you’re saying that the Rocky Horror Picture Show should have never been made, or that Revenge of the Nerds should have cast an actually openly gay black male instead of Larry B. Scott.