i call this post ’ stfu atlas no one cares abt jeremy this much ’
hello hi welcome 2 the post where i analyze / explain jer’s actions. don’t get me wrong, i’m not saying what he did was right, i’m just saying he’s got reasons for what he does. anyways, there might be typos but who fucking cares. let’s start :
Honestly Bakugou would be the best sparring partner for Uraraka since he won’t hold back at all and recognizes her strength anyways! Also my excuse for wanting to drawing those pants cause I love doing that in my own pair … Ehehe
can we talk about how much strength and willpower it must have taken for sana to bare her soul out into that message she sent to the girls.
she opened up about how a social worker told her she had anger management issues. she opened up about her deepest insecurities. she opened up about how she never felt enough in any which way to the things that make up her identity.
how she opened up about how much she perhaps had let that affect the girls because she just, for once, wanted all the different parts of her identity - her muslim side, her norwegian side, her moroccan side - all to just, come together in some way, in some form of harmony so as to prove it to herself and the world: that, see, all the parts of my identities can be in sync, because she was tired of people, both close to her and strangers, telling her it couldn’t.
and she did that by having the girls and herself join the bus because that became so important to her, proving people wrong became so important to her, because she was bullied for always being the “other”, and even in that, she got bullied again. got set up again, got deceived again. got ostracised again. because yet again, she was the “other”.
until she finally realised that she couldn’t be silent anymore, and so she made a huge error. a huge huge huge error, and then she owned up to that error. she was ready to face the consequences of that error she made, one of those being that, if she didn’t make the girls understand why she did what she did, and if she didn’t do it NOW, then she’d lose the girls that have been her best friends, for perhaps, forever.
and maybe if she did lose them forever, the one thing she wanted more than anything from them, was forgiveness for her ways.
sana laid herself bare. she opened herself up entirely, perhaps for the first time ever, to the girls, to eva, vilde, chris and noora, knowing what the stakes were. knowing that she could have said all this, and still, perhaps it may not have been enough of an explanation.
but she did it, anyway. she did that. and i am so, so, so proud of her. so proud of sana.