Just, lil teethy nuzzles pressed to your cheek, forehead and hand. Chillin then bae wraps his arms around you from behind and presses his teeth to the curve of your neck. The slightly awkward first kiss when it’s all tense romantic atmosphere and then haha you don’t have lips thisisfine. Intimate kisses when he parts his jaw and lightly traces the tips of his teeth to your skin and you can feel each puff of his breath. Heated nips and tiny bites.
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If a white cop shoots a black person, regardless of whether or not it was the right move, suddenly that makes every cop a racist???
WHAT. Where is the logic in that?
When a teacher rapes a student, is every teacher a rapist?
When a loss-crazed sports fan, or group of them, start riots and get violent does that make them all criminals?
No, it doesn’t. In those situations, almost NEVER does the entire niche of people get demonized. But as soon as a white cop shoots a black person, that makes every white cop racist and deserving of death?
How in the fuck does that make any sense at all?
YOUR RACE DOES NOT MAKE YOU RACIST. YOUR PROFESSION DOES NOT MAKE YOU RACIST.
Now, I’ve seen comments being thrown around about the “offensiveness” of this outfit, and I just wanted to chime in with my 2 cents as a Chinese person (who is supposed to be offended at this, according to some people)
At first it might seem pretty racist, with the conical hat and everything, but it’s a legit thing that farming communities in China wear. The panel looking things on the boots and back resemble the terracotta warriors’ armor (commissioned in ~210 BCE by the Qin Shi Huangdi of the Qin Dynasty) and the beads look kind of like Buddhist prayer beads. This makes me think that the person who is supposed to be wearing this outfit died a long time ago.
So what does that mean?
I took it to mean that this outfit was supposed to represent a Jiangshi, a “vampire/zombie” from Chinese mythology. They’re “pacified” by sticking a tag on top of their heads, which is where I think those tags on the hat came from. Because they’re deceased, they have these long, sharp fingernails (present on the outfit, though you can’t really see them from the screenshot I took). The Jiangshi lore is believed to have started in the farming communities in rural China, which is where the hat comes into play. It fits in with the whole Halloween theme of ~spooky spirits and monsters~ and isn’t just HURR DURR STEREOTYPICAL ASIAN
Of course I could be totally wrong but hey
TL;DR: don’t be assuming that things are inherently offensive, especially if you’re not too knowledgeable about the culture