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Shitty K-pop things that should stay in 2015

Since 2015 is winding down, I thought I’d share some things that I think fans should let rest in this year.

1. Making fun of idols’ English/calling their English “Engrish”

Really, it’s old, rude, and just plain ugly. They try so hard to speak English to interact with intl. fans more and it’s not their first language so stop making fun of them. You wouldn’t want them laughing at your “Kowean” when you try super hard to learn it now would you? Exactly. And “Engrish” is so racist and ugly just unfollow me if that word is in your lexicon at all.

2. Over-sexualizing idols (ESPECIALLY THE MINORS!!!)

/side eyes certain blogs/ This one should be pretty self explanatory but some people can’t get this through their thick skulls. Sexualizing idols and especially minors is not okay. “But they’re legal in /insert some western country/ so it’s okay and it’s not like they’d see it anyway haha” FUCK YOU DISGUSTING CREEP. If they aren’t legal in Korean age, they aren’t.fucking.l e g a l. Idols aren’t your little “kimchi fucktoy” no no no no N O. They’re humans and they have feelings. (P.S. Pedonoona/oppa is fucking disgusting and not funny or cute at all stop using it to describe yourself you nasty bitches.)

3. Saying inappropriate things to idols online

If you weren’t aware, BTS recently stopped reading comments on Bangtan Bombs and replying to twitter comments. Why? Because they’ve been getting things like “fuck me” “xx and xx fuck each other a lot” and other things. They don’t wanna see that. It’s disgusting and creepy. Keep it on your blog if anything. And also, tumblr humor doesn’t translate well. As you’ve seen with BamBam and everything that happened, comments like “i hate you” and “stop” or “delete” may be just jokes here, but can be taken negatively by people that don’t use tumblr. Again, keep it on your blog.

4. Fetishizing Koreans/Korean culture and language

/side eyes certain blogs with more intensity/ Again, very self explanatory but some people just have thick ass heads for that tiny ass brain but I digress. HUMANS ARE NOT I REPEAT NOT FETISHES. Idols weren’t put on this earth to carry out your creepy racist kinks and fetishes. Same goes for culture and language. Languages shouldn’t be accessorized. They’re not jewelry. “Oppa omg saranghaeyo jjang annyeong gomawo~~” Stop. And stop using Hangul to get in touch with your “Korean side” because unless you’re mixed with Korean you don’t have one. It’s not an aesthetic, it’s a language. Learn at least the basics or you have no place to use it.

5. Using AAVE if you aren’t black

I would side eye but I can see where a lot of people may do it unintentionally. Terms like “bae” and “slay” are AAVE, not just slang. @jonginsmama explains this very well. The media capitalize on our vernacular and make it more mainstream and people think it’s alright, but it’s damaging. This isn’t just a K-pop thing, but a worldwide thing. (And please for the love of GOD stop using the term FUCKBOY! It’s not a cute term and has a really negative connotation which I’m sure you wouldn’t want to call an idol. I don’t care if you’re joking. If you aren’t black and don’t know what it means, don’t say it or use it in any way. /SIDE EYES THE FUCK OUT OF CERTAIN BLOGS/)

6. Being racist to non-white/non-Asian K-poppers

“/insert race outside of white/asian/white or asian passing or light skinned people/ don’t belong in K-pop” “Kpop wasn’t made for people like you” Literally you can shut the fuck up. Music is global. We should be able to enjoy this without bring color into it. It’s disgusting some things I’ve seen on here and should have been left in 1960.

7. “Your Fave Is Problematic”

My fave is problematic, your fave is problematic, his and her fave is problematic, their fave is problematic, EVERYONE IS PROBLEMATIC OKAY? Including you. Don’t act like you’re some pure higher up devoid of wrongdoing. It’s fine to point out problematic behavior and to correct and teach people on why it is, but don’t be like “oH MAi GAwD oPPar/OONiE REEEEEALYY dINT SAY ThAt?!? UNSTANNING I HATE THEM THEYRE DESGUSTING AND SHOULD ROTT IN HELLLLL AND ANYONE THAT DOESNT AGREE SHOULD TEWWW” (this also goes for the “oppar/oonie didn’t mean it” people too, way too many of those. And don’t disregard other people’s feelings on subjects or say they’re over reacting, everyone’s feelings are valid.)

8. Disregarding colorism within the K-pop industry

Colorism isn’t a joke. It’s not funny, it’s not cute, it’s not “just how they joke around.” It’s hurtful and said with some degree of malicious intent if the person has mentioned they dislike it. Even if they haven’t, they have no reason to make “jokes” like that. You don’t know how much some people wanna bleach their skin to fit into a mold and to be “beautiful”. You don’t know how many people go to extreme measures to lighten their skin. It’s disgusting and no one should be excused for it.

9. Bringing groups/idols up while bringing others down

Everyone in K-pop works their asses off to bring you a good performance/good music. Some may not but there still is no excuse. You’re entitled to an opinion, but don’t force it onto people as if it were fact. If whomever you like is as good as you claim, you wouldn’t have to pull anyone else down in the process of praising them.

10. “You’re not a real fan”

EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTS A GROUP IN ANY WAY, SHAPE, OR FORM IS A REAL FAN. You don’t have to know every birthday, every little fact about them, their exact height and weight, or anything to be considered a real fan. Just supporting them is good enough. You don’t need every edition of a CD or posters covering your walls from top to bottom to be a fan. Lots of fans (like me) can’t really afford albums or posters/merch, but we still support. Does that make us any less of a fan? Of course not. It’s more important to be a good fan (by respecting idols and other fans) than being a “real fan”.

I’ve done a lot of these things that I’ve listed, but I’m teaching myself out of it. There are many more things that should be dropped but then we’d be here forever. Part of the responsibility is within us fans to make K-pop better for everyone. It will be a slow process, but the outcome would be amazing. I hope 2016 will be a better year for K-pop. Happy New Year and best wishes!

anonymous asked:

Hi, Please I need help. How do people usually deal with illegal idols? Because I just want to go down on Yugyeom from GOT7 so bad and ride him and stuff like that but I'm 23 and the boy is 16 and I'm feeling such a pedonoona

*bursts through the door* DID YOU SAY PEDONOONA FEELS?!

DIS BITCH

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HAS BEEN GIVING ME GRIEF SINCE I GOT INTO BANGTAN AND HE’S 16 AS WELL.

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JUST STARTED MOTHERFUCKING HIGH SCHOOL AND I’M JUST GONE BECAUSE I STANNED HIM AS MY BIAS BEFORE I FOUND OUT HOW OLD HE WAS.

THERE IS NO HELP. THERE IS JUST SUFFERING AND ROCKING YOURSELF AS YOU STARE AT YOUR LAPTOP SCREEN AND MAKE PLANS TO KIDNAP THEM AND RUN AWAY TO AUSTRALIA OR NORWAY WHERE RELATIONSHIPS LIKE THAT ARE LEGAL.

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