kpop boys….havin fun..?? partyin?? some recentish kpop boy songs 2 dance to (listen here)
boys with fun bangtan // the beat topp dogg // rythm ta ikon // eoeo uniq // hey you 24k // mansae seventeen // ma firsthyunseung // too very so much myname // midnight sun hotshot // dope bangtan // love me rightt exo // oh my gosh hwangtaeji // silver spoon bangtan // can you feel it super junior d&e // hero monsta x // super fly 24k //
“ I am not a “disgrace to women” because I don’t support the Women’s March. I do not feel I am a “second class citizen” because I am a woman. I do not feel my voice is “not heard” because I am a woman. I do not feel I am not provided opportunities in this life or in America because I am a woman. I do not feel that I “don’t have control of my body or choices” because I am a woman. I do not feel like I am “ not respected or undermined” because I am a woman.
I AM a woman.
I can make my own choices.
I can speak and be heard.
I can VOTE.
I can work if I want.
I control my body.
I can defend myself.
I can defend my family.
There is nothing stopping me to do anything in this world but MYSELF.
I do not blame my circumstances or problems on anything other than my own choices or even that sometimes in life, we don’t always get what we want. I take responsibility for myself.
I am a mother, a daughter, a wife, a sister, a friend. I am not held back in life but only by the walls I choose to not go over which is a personal choice.
If you want to speak, do so. But do not expect for me, a woman, to take you seriously wearing a pink vagina hat on your head and screaming profanities and demonizing men.
If you have beliefs, and speak to me in a kind matter, I will listen. But do not expect for me to change my beliefs to suit yours.
Respect goes both ways.
If you want to impress me, especially in regards to women, then speak on the real injustices and tragedies that affect women in foreign countries that do not that the opportunity or means to have their voices heard.
In Saudi Arabia, women can’t drive, have no rights and must always be covered.
In China and India, there’s infantcide of baby girls.
In Afghanistan, there’s unequal education rights.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, the rapes are often and brutal and women are left to die. They’re left HIV, STD and AIDS infected and left to care for themselves and children alone.
In Mali and Egypt, women cannot escape the torture of genital mutilation.
In Pakistan, in tribal areas women are gang raped to pay for men’s crimes.
In Guatemala, the impoverished female underclass faces domestic violence, rape and the second-highest rate of HIV/AIDS after sub-Saharan Africa.
An epidemic of gruesome unsolved murders has left hundreds of women dead, some of their bodies left with hate messages.
And that’s just a few examples.
So when women get together in AMERICA and whine they don’t have equal rights and march in their clean clothes, after eating a hearty breakfast, and it’s like a vacation away that they have paid for to get there…
south-indian-spice is a great go to for recs that cover most of south india and i’m sure the lovely show runner of the blog will be happy to help you with any other recs (kannada maybe? i’m sorry i can’t give you much info on that i haven’t seen enough)
and WELCOME TO THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SOUTH INDIAN CINEMA. I HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR STAY. I KNOW YOU WILL :)
George Orwell aka
Eric Arthur Blair
(English, 1903-1950, b. Motihari, Bengal, India) - One of Forty-Two different book covers for George Orwell’s book 1984; book cover shown above is a Swedish edition, unknown date.