i think i may have offend some people

wachauuuuu said: since you’re basically one of the most knowledgeable and analytical kook/min shipper out there, may I have the pleasure of knowing your thoughts on the recent hand on the waist + ass rubbing and smacking that happened during their bst rehearsal?? some people said jimin looked lowkey offended/mad but why do I feel like he’s just putting up a front? i mean…i would think jimin would let jungkook off with just about anything so….. 

Jimin has the patience of a saint when it comes to Jungkook, but it doesn’t mean he’ll always take 100 percent of the maknae’s shenanigans: sometimes he’ll only take 98 percent. But people were overreacting if they thought Jimin was legit mad. Jungkook has gotten away with doing wayyy more in the past. I mean, what’s a little ass rubbing and smacking in the grand scheme of things, anyhow? It was only out in the public, in front of all the other hyungs and all their fans, the stage crew and other staff.. So, you know, just another typical day for Kook/min really.

Gemini and Sagittarius seem to be known as the comedians of the zodiac, but I wonder if that has anything to do with that they seem to be universally rather funny, rather than have such a specific sense of humour. They seem to find that sparkle in many different forms of comedy, and can transform themselves in that mutable way depending on their company. They also seem to seek that light sense of heart in their encounters with others. Whereas for example, the Earth signs have a more dry and sarcastic humour, a little more scathing perhaps which some may find odd or off-putting, or maybe they don’t even know that it is humour at all (this happens to me sometimes and I worry that people get offended and think I was being serious.) I’ve noticed Leo seem to have a very physical form of humour too, rather theatrical and larger than life, where someone standing there and reading lines doesn’t seem to cut it.

Anyway, just some thoughts.

Why my Comic was Cissexist

I also had some asks that were along the lines of “You shouldn’t have changed your art because someone got offended. It’s your art and your vision!” 

My response: thank you for being concerned of my artistic direction and the purity of it. But the fancomic was dedicated to Steven Universe, a show including nonbinary and genderless characters. When I think about it, dedicating a comic that excludes nonbinary people is a dishonor to this great show. Though the cissexism may be subtle, cissexism in general is subtle but that doesn’t make it any less problematic. Thank you for the concerns and I hope you understand! 

Note: I AM NOT AN EXPERT IN THESE MATTERS. I have done this post because people have asked me why my comic was cissexist, what is cissexism and why it’s a problem, and so forth. I have done my best, but if anyone out there see something wrong in my explanation please inform me!  I am doing my best to learn and improve everyday. 

anonymous asked:

May I ask what stuff you consider controversial, cause as far as I know this could mean anything from "I don't like pineapple on pizza" to "I think the holocaust didn't happen". Have a great day!

Just stuff that could piss people off and offend them, like I don’t like pineapple on pizza but the fact that some people do doesn’t piss me off or offend me because that’d be silly. I have some very strong opinions that I will post without hesitation. For example I believe that abortion is murder and women who have abortions are scum unless the abortion was performed to save their life and that is controversial as fuck. Thanks I hope you have a great day too

White Supremacy.

This bitch, Shelby Mueller’s apology is drier than a 500BC titty.


“ To those who were offended by my actions on Saturday, I want to offer my deepest condolences. It was a mistake on my part for tearing that man’s sign. I wasn’t thinking. I don’t have anything against him at all. I respect his belief and that we may have different beliefs on some things. This is something that got taken out of context and I never meant for anyone to get so upsetabout it. Everyone is entitled to their own belief, and I respect people who are strong in their beliefs, no matter what they may be. I love all people. I am a Christian, and I understand what I did was wrong. It is my job to love people, and not to judge them. This event has really opened up my mind to the inequality of people throughout America. I am now well aware of the inequalities that exist in our country. I am becoming more aware of this issue, and I am educating myself on it. Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and I will make sure this never happens again. I hope that the other people who are involved also come to the realization that they have to apologize for their wrongdoings, as well. I have reached out to Jovani and apologized to him for this, and I have nothing against him or anyone who was involved. Again, it was an ignorant mistake on my part, and I am learning from it. I want to advocate for those who feel they aren’t being treated fairly, and I will do anything I can to help anyone and everyone else. I care about these people, although my actions Saturday didn’t show that. I respect Jovani and the protesters. This will not happen again. Humanity and quality of life are very, very important to me, and I want that for everybody. There are ways to solve these misperceptions, and I believe it can be done very peacefully by working together. Trump’s values and beliefs do not represent my values and beliefs, and I will not stand for anyone who makes people feel inferior. I don’t think that I am better than anyone else, and I don’t want anyone to think they are better than anyone else. We all deserve to be treated equally. “

Does she really think that saying this whole thing was taken out of context is fine? So you ripping a sign, spouting racial remarks and voting for white supremacy just all dissipates now that your mayo ass is being dragged?   How can anyone believe this shit for a second, she wants it swept under the rug. What she did was give more fuel, people wake up! For those who constantly loveee to say racism doesn’t exist there is no such thing as white supremacy where you at?

so I have been seeing things about people not trusting that the new PTV album is probably not true, and I am probably gonna sound like an annoying little bitch here. But I feel like people saying these types of things may be offensive to the band say they saw this. Like how do you think they feel knowing that their fans dont even believe in them? If I was in their position I would be a bit offended. Maybe some of you dont know why this album took so long. Maybe you do. But just remember, there was a rumor going around that they were breaking up, so just keep in mind that that could have been true, and if it was, you wouldn’t even be getting an album.

So please, be nice. They have been working so hard for us. And if you have a complaint, place it in the complaint box. But beware, I don’t check it often. And if I do, I will give you a hundred and one ways as to why you are wrong

“I think people often mistake discomfort for disagreeability. They think that discomfort is rooted in some kind of irrational malevolence. If they’re feeling discomfort the other person must have either some kind of irrational or malevolent intent. And I think it’s very hard for people who are made uncomfortable and when they are confronted with these things to think ‘Okay, I’m uncomfortable and my back is up,’ it’s very hard. Again, is it that hard? It is that hard when you’re offended to get ahold of yourself and say ‘what are you trying to say?’ and how can I move ahead with you where may we don’t get exactly what we want but at least we keep talking?” –Mira Jacob

The defensiveness and discomfort that may arise when in conversation on what hurts you by someone else seems to come from a deeper place, as recent guest Mira Jacobs notes. But what happens if you step back for a moment and consider what the other person has to say?