the most upsetting thing about this whole situation is that by edward highlighting the fact that the kpop industry is full of skinny ppl, it made a lot of ppl look at kyla not only now as ‘fat’ but lazy, naive and stupid for choosing a career where she would stand out. ppl are talking about how she should ‘focus more on school’ and that she made ‘a child’s decision’ to become an idol when ‘she should have known’ she was going to be criticised
its just rly upsetting that ppl are now not only criticising her for her body, but for choosing and working towards a career she’s passionate about and trying to make her seem foolish for it. she’s a 15 year old girl who’s achieved so much through her talent and hard work and ppl think they have the right to say she’s not entitled to being happy with her achievements bc of her weight. many other young idols are ‘allowed’ to be as happy and proud and successful as they should be, so why isn’t kyla?
dude, what the heck? that’s totally not cool to say. please don’t generalize like that. you can spread positivity without bringing others down. lots of my friends are cis straight guys and they’re great. my brother is a cis bisexual guy and i love him dearly. honestly what’s the difference yo we’re all human and we’re all unique individuals. (this is coming from a gay female, btw)
me: straight guys are shitty lol
you: what about my bi brother huh???? we are all one man. huMAN.
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