girls x boys

Yousef “I work in kindergarten and I love children, I also want you to have my 12 kids, I know how to cook and I’m the most beautiful human out there, but I’ll low-key break your heart” Acar.

Originally posted by eleveun

As a kpop fan I am very proud to hear BTS at an American music award. I hope for the best for BTS and their ARMY because this is a start of something great for kpop and kpop fans. Please be supportive watch the billboard awards and tweet kind supportive things to them. They may not be the group you stan but maybe next time it can be.

PSA: Girl Groups are amazing.

I was scrolling thought instagram today and I saw a comment on how essentially girl groups are shit, and while I can respect someone’s opinion I’d just like to give mine as well. (Original comment below) I don’t know where this comment came from, but I’d like to address it anyway, even if it was somehow fake because I’ve seen comments and statements like these before.

I’d just like to open everyone’s eyes to the amazingness girl groups have. (Also, this is just a few of the amazing performances from girl groups, there are a lot more.)

Some amazing and powerful dances performed by girl groups: 

Black Widow, Performed by Pristin

Originally posted by byulhoseok

Boombayah, Performed by BlackPink 

Originally posted by blckspink

Fingertip, Performed by GFriend

Originally posted by femaleidol

Crazy, Performed by 4Minute 

Originally posted by ssonqs-archived

Some Amazing Female Rappers: 

Amber (f(x))

an amazing and beautiful singer as well

Originally posted by ajols

CL (formerly 2ne1)

Originally posted by secondleadclub

Hwasa (Mamamoo) 

Originally posted by hwasa-thighs

Some girl groups who have branched out into different and cooler concepts:

Red Velvet Happiness

Originally posted by fan-tastic-day-blog

Twice Like OOH-AHH

Originally posted by oh-thatdoll

They have zombies for crying out loud.

2ne1 COME BACK HOME 

Originally posted by hrcrux

f(x) Red Light

Originally posted by nameless-flowers

Some BOMB vocalists:

Taeyeon (snsd)

Originally posted by kidleadertaeng

Luna (f(x))

Originally posted by kyungsi

Minzy (Recently debuted as a soloist, former member of 2ne1)

Originally posted by 1kyoshi

Wendy (Red Velvet)

(Hasn’t had a solo yet but the girl can sing like damn. as well as the rest of RV)

Originally posted by fyeah-redvelvet

Hyolyn (Sistar) 

Originally posted by serlians

I could go on forever but this is getting too long

And now I present to you: girl groups being awesome and themselves.

Originally posted by blankjiace

Originally posted by fyjisookim

Originally posted by kpopcorngifs

Originally posted by 2ne1edits

Originally posted by kyungwonita

Originally posted by kimteyons

Originally posted by heavenlyt21


I could go on and on for ever but my basic message is: It’s fine if you don’t like girl groups. Everyone has their thing. But calling girl groups untalented?? Nuh uh. Totally completely untrue. And besides, there’s nothing wrong with cute and sexy concepts, I actually like them most of the time. If you didn’t like girl groups before, I hope you can and will now. Girl groups work just as hard as boy groups and can be extremely creative. There’s soooooOOOooOOo many groups and singers that are so super talented, way more that just this small list.

I’ll end it here. Hope everyone can stop hating on girl groups now.

Originally posted by realitytvgifs

think about how lonely queer idols must feel… knowing most of their fans would turn on them in a moment if they came out… it’s hard to be an idol in general because majority of fans - even subconsciously - feel like they have some kinda of ownership over you and don’t actually care about your well being… but imagine been closeted queer. not only do they use you but they would actually hate you for just being queer.

i really really hope there comes a day when idols can come out and not be ashamed of who they are. on top of that, im so proud of all of them for having the courage to pursue their dreams and make music despite the bigotry that exists in their very audience