Dong Wook. It was so nice working with you.I hope we can work in another drama again. I miss you.
- Mr Goblin, Gong Yoo hyung. We had beautiful days. I wasn’t lonely, thanks to you. If we could work together again. I think we can have more fun.
As an INTJ female, I rarely relate to the female characters in books/tv shows/movies- typically I connect more with the Mr. Darcy types or the super villains. It took me a long time to realize that relating to such characters did not mean that I was masculine or evil or the only female of my kind, and that the issue was just that no one wrote a book or film about us bad-ass INTJ women.
“i like the fact that i have a lot of female fans. i think it’s harder for girls to like, support, and back another girl. i don’t have a very feminine, cute face. i think i have more of an androgynous face. i’m sure there are men who don’t like that about me. but that’s just their personal taste, it’s not anything i need to work on trying to fix. i’m never worried about that part of my image.”
@emiliastrong asked me to do edits of 10 female celebrity that are my favourite, here’s the lsat one! (kind of)
[10/10] Rowan Blanchard
This girl is newly 15 and is so involved in politics and societal issues that plague us. At 13, she was being praised for her thoughts on feminism. Do you know what I was doing at 13? It sure wasn’t that. And definitely not at 15 either. I didn’t start caring until my mid twenties. This girl is going to change the world, I feel it in my bones. She’s artistic, creative, intelligent, compassionate, and incredibly well-spoken. I can only wish that I were more like her at that age, I respect the hell out of her.